Two days ago, in Leicester Square - a pedestrian square in London surrounded by cinemas, restaurants, pubs and nightclubs, a place of great turmoil especially at night -, the première european movie "How To Be Single" in which actresses act Rebel Wilson, Alison Brie, Dakota Johnson Y Leslie Mann who, despite the rain, dressed in their best clothes for the occasion.
Leslie Mann came with a suit bustier with black transparent organza corolla skirt with large multicolored flower embroidery signed by Reem Accra to match some purple rooms Louboutin.
He modeluqui from David Koma in pure blue color that he put on Alison Brie It reminded me a lot of that one from Versace with whom Elizabeth Hurley appeared in 1994 at the premiere of the movie "Four Weddings and a Funeral" when she was Hugh Grant's girlfriend. The dress in question was black with a huge V-neckline and was held by safety pins.
This one is not black, nor does it have such a pronounced neckline, but it does have a wide opening where one of the legs appears, and the effect of the tie without knotting holding the front with the back of the dress does remember a lot the effect of those safety pins used by the Italian designer who catapulted Liz Hurley to fame as they ran rivers of ink.
As to Dakota Johnson Y Rebel WilsonWhat can we say Melanie Griffith's daughter opted for a Marc Jacobs in gold lame adjusted to the body, with a little tail and with the back in the air that immediately reminded us of Freixenet bubbles. So that the ornaments of the shoulders could be seen well, the actress picked her hair up in a high ponytail, and held the dress with one hand to give it some volume.
The wayward Rebel Wilson he put on a turquoise suit in one color textured oil blue by means of flowers made with a cloth of chiffon of the firm Theia that combined with some halls in taupe.
Upon arrival, Leslie tried to protect herself from the rain with a transparent umbrella, but in the end the girls decided to put a good face in bad weather and even dance steps were marked. How proud Gene Kelly would have felt of them!