Kid Cudi wore teddy bear slippers to movie premiere


Adam McKay’s new Netflix movie Do not seek has the kind of sprawling ensemble that really gets you going, “…Well!” A movie starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence sounds pretty big, but add Meryl Streep, Tyler Perry, Ron Perlman, Timothée Chalamet, Cate Blanchett, Ariana Grande and Kid Cudi, and you’ve got a recipe for maximum savagery. As a result, nothing of the fashion at the film’s world premiere last night made any sense. DiCaprio and Lawrence wore glitzy evening outfits; Hill and his girlfriend Sarah Brady made their red carpet debut in matching blue suits; and Cudi arrived as only Cudi could, in a safety orange Balenciaga hoodie, a Gucci x Balenciaga Hacker Project puffer jacket and huge Vetements teddy bear slippers.

Cudi’s look operates here on several levels: apart from paying homage to Demna Gvasalia’s various legacies, it also matches her style which has been in the headlines of late, and the piece de resistance slippers remind us that it is the season for absolute unity shoes. Bafflingly, actor Henry Winkler tweeted his approval of Cudi’s shoe choice. (Apparently they have already flown in the same plane? Knowledge is power!) Without forgetting that Vetements has long been synonymous with outrageous, both in terms of stylistic proportions and the impact of the stickers. The same slippers and their price of $ 2,090, although they are currently at 39% off at SSENSE, if you act fast, you already had quite a plot on the last season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, when housewife Sutton Stracke wore them on a trip to Lake Tahoe and the rest of the ladies roasted it for spending four figures on house shoes, which the internet then compared to road.

Elsewhere is this outrageous cut, the handwritten “Willis5000” on the sweatshirt is a Cudi phrase tweeted Not long ago next to a photo of himself at this year’s Met Gala, although he hasn’t given any further explanation on what that means so far. Which makes the teddy bear slippers quite obvious by comparison.


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