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“When you feature a red-carpet post, you’re promoting the designer who gave them the clothes, the stylist who styled them — even if you don’t name the person — the shoes, the bag, everything. The red carpet is the phoniest thing in the world, and there is so much money on the line,” Fitzgerald said. “The minute that stiletto hits the red carpet and she pivots out of her limo seat and stands up, it’s all about promoting her, promoting her movie, promoting her dress, promoting her shoes, promoting her jewelry. So much is on the line.”
“Everything is calculated,” Marquez added.
“Right! This is why we’re so damn critical,” Fitzgerald said. “I would never criticize a person in the real world the way I critique someone wearing $75,000 worth of stuff to promote a $200 million project.”