On Tuesday, the day after the annual Met Gala, fashion blogger Ivy Marshall dissed Supreme Fashion Being Sarah Jessica Parker by listing her as one of the event's worst dressed. Marshall had the audacity to claim that (SFB) SJP (along with Diane von Furstenberg and Madonna) neglected to follow the ball's theme of "Manus X Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology."
Marshall's caption reads:
(Insert image of Parker sitting on her bed, Carrie Bradshaw-style, typing on a laptop: "I couldn't help but wonder…just who does this bitch think she is?")
Parker let Marshall know that she got the damn memo and did indeed pay attention to the theme. She defended her choice of the white Hamilton-inspired outfit by commenting on Marshall's actual Instagram post:
Always welcome thoughts but I’m a stickler for the theme and pay close attention to what it means. Every year with great consideration, research and conviction. The understanding of man and machine, how they intersect, when and why is what we considered. Perhaps you weren’t aware of the technology used in the details and embellishments of the design. Or perhaps you simple didn’t like that I wore which is completely fine but you can’t accuse me of not paying close attention and adhering to the theme. With respect and warmest regards, sj.
Those sure are warm regards! Toasty warm like the raging fires of hell. Also, SJP deigning to comment on a fashion blogger's analysis of one of her outfits is like George Lucas commenting on some rando's Livejournal review of Star Wars.
Marshall posted another Instagram on Wednesday, a triptych of Parker's past Met Gala looks.
She captioned this one:
2016 might not have been her best look and yes i still think she was out of place!!! Head to the blog and read my thoughts and also see my "Top 5 Met Gala looks from this Fashion Icon"
www.ivymarshall.com (link in bio)
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Uh-huh. Okay. Marshall is lucky SJP didn't stab her with a Manolo Blahnik. Don't hold your breath waiting for SJP to comment on this one, Marshall.