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Just when we thought the fashion in Ridley Scott’s upcoming film House of Gucci couldn’t get any better — think: Adam Driver as Gucci heir, Maurizio Gucci, in a cable knit, snow pants, and ‘70s aviators; and Lady Gaga, as his ex-wife Patrizia Reggiani, in a Pretty Woman-esque polka dot dress — Lady Gaga appeared on the set in Italy wearing a wedding dress. *Cues “Marry The Night.”* The scene being shot? The 1973 wedding of Patrizia and Maurizio Gucci, of course. House of Gucci follows the rise and fall of the couple’s relationship — the fall being the eventual murder of Gucci in 1995 at the hands of Reggiani. (Sort of: Reggiani hired a hitman named Benedetto Ceraulo to carry out the job, for which she received a 29-year prison sentence.) Mandatory Credit: Photo by Andrew Medichini/AP/Shutterstock (11849111a) Lady Gaga plays Maurizio Gucci’s former wife Patrizia Reggiani during the shooting of a movie by Ridley Scott, based on the story of the murder of Maurizio Gucci in 1995, in Rome Lady Gaga Gucci Movie, Rome, Italy – 08 Apr 2021 The dress worn by Gaga on the set of House of Gucci differs from the original one worn by Reggiani. While they are both long-sleeved, photos from the wedding ceremony show the “black widow” wearing an unadorned, high-necked gown with a tapered waist. Meanwhile, Gaga’s features a high-low hem, a sweetheart neckline, embroidered details, and lace sleeves. (Manolo Blahnik’s Hangisi heels, which came out in the ’00s and were popularized by the Sex and the City film, are also period-inaccurate.) Like Gaga, though, her lace and scalloped cathedral veil was attached to a swept-back beehive updo. Both carried a large bouquet of white-and-pink flowers. Driver looked equally dapper, mimicking Gucci to a T in a black tuxedo jacket with tails, gray, pinstripe pants, and a silver tie. The only difference between the fictional version and the real-life look was Driver’s oversized, tortoiseshell eyeglasses. They’re very 2021 Gucci, though, so we’ll let it slide. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?The "House Of Gucci" Heiress Would Like A WordFirst Look: Lady Gaga & Adam Driver's Gucci MovieLady Gaga's Commitment To Platforms Is Unwavering
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Having grown up in the South, I’m no stranger to a smocked dress. The style is certainly having a moment, with designers from Tory Burch to Proenza Schouler to Molly Goddard putting their own spin on the trend, but my interest in the smocked dress is about more than jumping on the bandwagon. Like so many over the past twelve months, I've put on a few extra pandemic pounds, and a smocked dress offers a flattering, feminine aesthetic that looks pulled together without being constricting or uncomfortable.
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After one of the harshest winters on record, spring and its associated pleasures cannot come soon enough. We want, nay, we need the mercury to rise sufficiently and thus fling open the floodgates for the season’s essential activities: sunshine-soaked weekend walks with your besties, bottomless afternoon iced coffees, and, most crucially, the skin-baring outfits that have been eagerly waiting in the wings (aka our closets). This leads us to influencer Savvy Shields who recently doubled down by posting on both TikTok and Instagram, a 5-second video that encapsulated all of our hopes and dreams for the tantalizingly close warm weather. She and co-influencer (?) Anna Page are positioned somewhere on the Upper East Side (“Pack it up, Blair and Serena!” wrote a commenter in reference to Gossip Girl), oat milk lattes in hand, dancing to Anderson Paak’s “Heart Don’t Stand a Chance.” (Search the song’s hashtag on the TikTok platform and you’ll see approximately a gazillion additional videos of users attempting the dance challenge.) But, what really demanded our attention — along with hundreds of Shields’ followers, judging from the comments — was what she was wearing: a perfect white mini dress. @savvyjaninee oat milk latte edition @annawpage #nyc #heartdontstandachance #springvibes ♬ Heart Don’t Stand a Chance – Anderson .Paak Eagle-eyed shoppers have already traced the frock to Zara, where it’s priced at a reasonable $49.90. (Page’s black poplin style is available at Madewell — where it’s already started selling out — and also comes in white. Phew.) It seems that Shields, a former Miss America, tapped into not only our collective human desire to hit the streets in an extra-cute new ’fit, but for that ’fit to consist of a knee-skimming minidress in a bright, eye-catching shade of white. There’s something about the color that goes hand in hand with the season of rebirth — and, while it’s certainly not the lowest-maintenance hue, its association with the world of sports (tennis, anyone?) makes it feel fresh, unencumbered, and ready for some warm-weather action. Suddenly, we found ourselves not only carting up Zara’s pleated micro-mini confection but scouring the internet for more and MORE little white dresses to enhance our spring wardrobe rotations. A billowing shirtdress with carelessly cuffed sleeves? Check. A swingy, crocheted slipdress? Add to cart. Everlane’s just-launched, soon-to-sell-out cotton tent dress? We’ll take two, please! We spotted enough snow-colored frocks — most of which clocked in at less than $100 — that we had to round them up for you. So, if you find that your spring fever is raging, nab one of these little white dresses in preparation for the season ahead. (TikTok dancing while wearing them is, of course, completely optional.) At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. All product details reflect the price and availability at the time of publication. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?These Amazon Home Buys Are The Talk Of TikTokWhat’s Your TikTok Fashion Aesthetic?The $9 Dickey With Over 2,000 Amazon Reviews
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