"I always make an effort," Diane says of her on and off the carpet looks. "But I certainly walk to the supermarket in sweatpants. It's important to look how you'd like to look all the time, but it's not that conscious. It's important you don't over think it."
Diane's style is universally praised, which makes her fashion faux pas that much more apparent. But according to the actress, she never worries about what other people think of her outfits. "I don't really care so much what people think about my clothes. I don't really think about whether or not the fashion critics are going to like my red carpet outfit. I admire personal style. I love someone being themselves. Above all, I want to look most like myself on the red carpet."
"Fashion is the most obvious expression and the most obvious canvas of who you are," she told me. "The fabric you choose is the first impression you make on someone. You can get a job or not get a job based solely on the color you wear." And while Diane says she doesn't have a personal style philosophy, she says, "I admire personal style. I love someone being themselves. I want to look most like myself on the red carpet." http://insdr.co/PORhNJ
If you're going to wear Marchesa, you might as well go all the way with it. Eva Longoria wore perhaps the most outrageous gown at Cannes so far, owning the red carpet with her long tulle train at the Cannes Film Festival Opening Ceremony.