The Styling of Ocean’s 8 with Gucci, Off-White, and Loewe

by Charlotte Smith

Anticipating Ocean’s 8 with Gucci, Off-White, and Loewe Live on

I can’t wait to see it.  Just to look at the styling of the soon to be summer blockbuster. Read all the Ocean’s 8 plot and styling predictions now exclusively on  Have you seen it yet?  Don’t spoil it for us we haven’t.

In the opening scene of Ocean’s 11, a weary and bearded Daniel Ocean, played by George Clooney, shuffles into frame to plead with the parole board that the motivation for committing whatever crime he was imprisoned for was that his wife left him—he was upset. Granted parole, what follows is a glossy, star-studded heist film, laden with celebrity cameos, slick dialogue, cash, and a lot of men. 17 years later, the stage is set with a similar premise, only this time it’s Danny’s sister at the crux—Debbie, played by Sandra Bullock.  But who did the styling of the cast?

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Rather than lament a break-up and point fingers, Debbie seems to have spent her time behind bars—“five years, eight months and twelve days”—more constructively, figuring out the logistics of her next move. An all-female (better late than never) six-strong roster of recruits, hand-picked by Debbie, orchestrate what appears to be a jewel heist at the Met, complete with (it’s rumoured many) celebrity cameos.


This is what we are pretty sure of, but questions still remain: who is the eighth? Is that why Anne Hathaway is here? Is that Danny Ocean’s tomb that Debbie is having a martini in front of in the trailer? What’s Anne Hath doing? Can we have some more Rihanna, please? In the meantime, the SSENSE editors have paired each character with a well-suited item from the site, sharing insights and predictions of what will be revealed with tomorrow’s long-anticipated premiere of Ocean’s 8.


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