Actress Kerry Washington, best known for Django Unchained and Scandal, knows a lot about vintage. At the American Black Film Festival, she appeared in a red velvet dress that once belonged to musical legend, singer Whitney Houston. In it, the pop diva performed at the BET Walk of Fame Awards in 1996. The rarest copy for Kerry was found by her stylist Lo Roach, who also dresses Zendaya, Tom Holland and singer Halsey.
No lies. The real Whitney Houston dress she wore. This is an incredibly special day. Here I am,” Kerry, 46, wrote in a new post.
The actress combined the vintage look with elegant matching pumps and jewelry from the Gismondi 1754 jewelry brand. However, while some appreciated Carrey’s choice, others advised the celebrity to “stop digging through the closets of dead colleagues.”
What makes you wear iconic women’s dresses? These outfits should be in the museum, they are not worn for boasting, – one of the subscribers was indignant.
Why do you all like to wear dead people’s clothes so much? I sincerely would like to understand this issue, – picked up another commentator.
Thank God you got to it before Kim Kardashian,” added a third, alluding to the much-discussed outing of the television personality in a Marilyn Monroe dress at last year’s Met Gala.
Recall that Kerry Washington played in the films “Ray”, “Fantastic Four”, “The Last King of Scotland”, “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer”, as well as the series “Fires Smoldering Everywhere”.
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