"Annie" New York Premiere Wish List

Cameron Diaz is not one of my favorites to see on the red carpet. I usually find her very plain, unless she is presenting at a major awards show. I am hoping that when the new, modern take, on the classic Broadway sensation “Annie” premieres in New York City (date and time to be announced) that Cameron will shed the meh red carpet looks that she favors and the dirty styles of her character Miss Hannigan in favor of something more glamorous. This is why I have picked this Christian Dior Spring 2013 Couture strapless silk satin jumpsuit in color blocked ivory and ice blue. This is a modern and sexy yet glamorous and chic ensemble would elevate Cameron on the red carpet several notches than was presented in her “The Other Woman” and “Sex Tape” promo tours this year. A pair of white sandals and a pair of statement diamond drop earrings would be the perfect accessories to keep this look simple. Finish the look with curled hair worn slightly teased and full and a bright pink lip to make sure that the hair and make-up do not let the rest of the look down, as is usually a case with Cameron.
Rose Byrne also stars in this remake of “Annie” as the iconic secretary Grace. I have long been a fan of Rose and her red carpet styles. She knows how to make the right impact at the right time and I expect none the less from her at the “Annie” premiere. This cornflower blue double silk georgette gown from Elie Saab Spring 2015 RTW that is detailed a with fitted bodice with contoured lace inserts, an A-line skirt, and a full length cape creating a dramatic look would make quite the impact on the red carpet. A pair of the matching cornflower blue Elie Saab Spring 2015 RTW strappy sandals that the gown was paired with on the runway, a vintage inspired faux bob, and a red lip finish off what would be a stunning red carpet ensemble for rose for the “Annie” premiere.

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