Love It or Hate It? Diane Kruger’s Soft, Blue Prabal Gurung Confection
Diane Kruger wore a dream Prabal Gurung gown to MoMa’s tribute to Quentin Tarantino. Love it or hate it? Weigh in here!
The Museum of Modern Art feted film director Quentin Tarantino on Monday night, and from what we can see, it was a star-studded event to remember. Naturally, loads of stars from Tarantino’s flicks showed up to pay tribute to the director; among them was Diane Kruger, who played German actress and double agent Bridget von Hammersmark in 2009’s Inglorious Basterds. Love them or hate them, Diane’s red carpet choices are always worth a look, so let’s take a peek!
Here, the actress is wearing a tiered, ruffled gown by Prabal Gurung. A silver and white belt defines her waist, while a matching strap at the top gave the gown’s halter a little extra oomph. She paired the dress with a white clutch by Charlotte Olympia and silver earrings in the shape of a feather by Crow’s Nest. What do you think, Bettys? Love or loathe?
First things first: I LOVE the color. Diane has the ability to wear pretty much any shade and look fabulous (lucky gal), but blues look particularly lovely her, and this soft blue-grey is no exception. I am not, however, as fond of the rest of the gown. I’m not sure if it’s the ruffles or the fact that the tiers are all see-through, but something about it just doesn’t do it for me.
That said, Diane is one of those people who could make a paper bag look like a million bucks, so these are probably tiny quibbles in the grand red carpet scheme of things. Oh, and the Veronica Lake hair and subtle, natural makeup? Dynamite!
Tell us: What do think of Diane’s dreamy look?
Lucia Peters is BettyConfidential’s associate editor.