Storm Reid was VERY EXCITED about red carpets being back on her Instagram last night and Storm, guess what? SO AM I! I am also excited to note that this custom Prada number is very fun on her. It has a 1960s Version of THE FUTURE vibe to it — let’s call it Jetsons Fashion — that is youthful but not juvenile, whimsical without being silly, and it makes me want to go stay at the TWA Hotel at JFK immediately. It has to be a little challenging to style an 18 year-old; she’s not a child, but you also don’t want to push her out of the house in something that’s trying too hard or makes her look like Alexis Carrington. This is fun, but also sophisticated. Besides, who doesn’t like a grommet?
She’s also wearing a super long braid and she is having the best time playing with it:
I am personally always in favor of taking a hairography opportunity when it presents itself, myself. This is fun and memorable — and eye-catching — and it all works really well for a big premiere of a movie like this. I had this whole long blah blah complaint earlier today that Margot Robbie’s look for this event felt somewhat underwhelming, especially for a big smash/crash/pow explode-y summer movie premiere. It feels good to see someone just perfectly whelmed here!