Parker nodded to Carrie by selecting an Oscar night costume that had a traditional, uptown-worthy really feel. The customized costume and cape was designed by Oscar’s Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia, and featured a sweetheart neckline, beading all through, and a full tulle skirt that’s meant for twirling (a intelligent nod to the opening credit of the unique present, by which Carrie twirls round in a now-infamous ballerina skirt). Parker then accessorized the refined look—which was styled by Molly Rogers—with customized SJP Assortment heels, titled the “Duchessa,” in a fairly rose satin. The look wouldn’t be full with no stiletto—it’s in spite of everything one other Carrie signature.
For ending touches, Parker carried a bag by Erdem and wore glowing jewellery from Fred Leighton, Larkspur and Hawk, and classic costume jewellery. General, it was the proper fashionable tackle what Carrie would put on to a giant film premiere at present—one thing that mimics the recent, present lens that And Simply Like That’s costumers Molly Rogers and Danny Santiago have been infusing into the present. (Up to now, Carrie’s new appears to be like have included the classics—like this viral Norma Kamali costume—and brand-new items, like a Gucci x Balenciaga bag that is sizzling off the runway.) If the remainder of the collection’ vogue is pretty much as good as Parker’s look tonight, although, we might have simply formally discovered our new favourite present.