Dress code dell’evento: bianco e nero. Nulla di complicato vero, ma sapete che su #TEB l’oggettività è di casa e non c’è miglior abito senza peggior scelta…
If you haven’t got the silk bracelet to enter the party, don’t worry: here you can sneak a peak to the outfits of the soiree. Dress code of the event is black and white: “well, not that complicated” you may think, but you know that objectiveness is the main feature of #TEB and so there is no best dress without worst choice…
The Polish model shows her sensuality on the Pink Carpet too, wearing a black hand-woven dress in leather by the Polish stylist Magda Bytrym. The shoes perfectly suit this dress and the result is a basic but striking look.
Lily non sbaglia mai un colpo sul Red (o Pink) Carpet e ancora una volta si classifica tra le meglio vestite. L’Angelo di Victoria’s Secret è raggiante in questo coordinato nero in velluto e raso, con gonna lunga a vita alta e crop top by Eva Fehren.
Lily does never go wrong on the red (or Pink) Carpet and once again she is among the best dressed. The Victoria’s Secret Angel is shining in the black coordinates in velvet and satin, composed of a long high waist skirt and a crop top by Eva Fehren.
Worst Dressed, because even models make mistakes:
If at the after party you wear fewer cloth than during the show, maybe there is something wrong.
There’s too much going on there: sheer embroidery, lace, polka dot and underwear in plain sight…the show is over!
Behati and Barbara wear similar dresses with a V-neckline, sequins and fringes. They remind me of dance dresses and I think they are not modern; in this sense, also the shoes do not help for the final result.