Naomie Harris, it seems, would do anything for her Golden Globes dress. You know, that stunning gold, beaded, plunging Armani number she wore on Sunday.
"My dress has little crystals on it, and they're all sewn in by hand," Naomie told Jimmy Kimmel Live! about the amount of work that went into the ensemble. "They were sewn by this lovely guy called Leonardo from Armani, and he flew from Milan … fit me in L.A. for the dress, and he just had so much love and care for [it], like it was a baby."
All the care that was put into the dress would go to waste if Naomie showed up to the Globes lookin' a mess, so she made sure it wouldn't happen in the most extreme way.
"I just felt awful about the idea of wrinkling it!" Naomie elaborated. "So, I got [Leonardo] to carry me like a child to the car, and then lay me flat so that I just spent the whole journey like [that]." She spent an entire hour in that position, and, thankfully, documented it on Instagram (pics or it didn't happen!).
If you look closely, it's also obvious that Naomie has tissue paper wedged in her armpits so she doesn't sweat on the dress, either.
But Naomie isn't alone in her antics. Stylists often make their celebrity clients ride horizontally to red carpets. "When Brooklyn [Decker] went with Michael Kors to the Met gala, we had to have her lay down in the limo so her dress wouldn't wrinkle," stylist Annie Ladino previously told Cosmopolitan.com of the practice. "It's all about that one moment on the red carpet. Everything has to be perfect. If there's a chipped toenail [or a crumpled crease] that's all anyone will look at."
All that careful consideration paid off, Naomie. You were flawless as ever at the Globes.
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