Good for her about H&M because it’s an environmental initiative. Which…explains why her dress looked so cheap. Because it was. It’s basically what you wear to work. And you get out of the car and, oh sh-t, your blazer is already lined across the back. That’s how they keep the costs down.
It’s certainly admirable to want to make a statement at the Oscars. But I don’t see how you’re encouraging anyone to wear the clothes when they’re being presented so poorly. Does this dress, all creased and losing its colour integrity, seemingly by the minute, is it making you want to wear it? If the effect is so… messy?
That poor necklace was totally shafted.