What a night! What a red carpet! Quentin Tarantino‘s love letter to Hollywood in the ’60s premiered in London last night and… wel… let’s get right to it. Brad was there, of course, and looked oh-so-delicious, my GOD, he just does the aging thing so well, doesn’t he? Margot was breathtaking in burnt umber… or dusty sienna…. Damn, where’s my color wheel? Leo was positively leonine, but puffy and no you cannot wear sunglasses on the red carpet. It was Lena Dunham, though, who caused the most commotion in her custom orange-and-fuchsia sequin-and -feather dress dripping by 16Arlington, with its dramatic asymmetrical hem and one-shouldered neckline.
“She rose like a phoenix from the ashes, bitches… and ended up in London,” Dunham captioned an Instagram pictureof herself on the red carpet.
Check out the pics below via MediaPunch.
And I’m just going to say it again: Brad will get a best supporting nod (he’s better than Leo in my opinion)… although the movie REALLY belongs to Austin Butler who played Tex Watkins with just the right amount of menace and charisma.