You Have To See These Shoes At This Premiere.

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We have so many questions about the Legend of The Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole premiere: like, why is Russell Brand involved? Did the owl have fun? And how does Vanessa Hudgens walk in those shoes?

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Carla Gugino is clearly on-board with this whole 70s juggernaut.


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Kinda digging how Jamie Chung balances tailored trousers with a soft top.


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Here's the whole 90s-inflected shebang.


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And...the shoes themselves.


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Jena Malone does an adorable take on 50s demureness.


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Emily Browning, meanwhile, jumps ahead a decade and goes all Mary Quant.


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Author Kathryn Lasky Night coordinates hair to clothes: a new high in the history of matchery! My grandmother, somewhere, is thrilled.


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Oh yeah...Brand, Owl.



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DISCUSSION

zoethebitch
ZoetheBitch

Vanessa Hudgens, Jamie Chung, Jena Malone, Carla Gugino and Emily Browning.

Is it a coincidence they are all at this premiere and also in Sucker Punch (due next year)?

Is this a harmonic convergence, or some kind of synergistic publicity work?