Bruh by Claude J. Easy September 11, 2017
Harper’s Bazaar and Carine Roitfeld threw a banger popping off NYFW on Friday, celebrating ICONS at the Plaza Hotel.
The spectacular event was attended by a constellation of star-studded celebrities. The event partnered with Swavorski, FujiFilm, Stella Artois, Infor, and Laura Mercier to put it on for those who are making waves in their industries.
The sauce was provided by Moet & Chandon and Belvedere. The Weeknd also pulled up to entertain the crowd of icons.
But the most memorable moment from the event was provided by actor Jim Carrey.
He had some choice words for viewers while he was being interviewed by Catt Sadler from E! News on the red carpet.
Carrey was dressed quite fly as he strutted around Sadler staring at her with an intense gaze while ranting about the meaninglessness of the event.
Known for his comedic genius both on and off the set, Carrey went off on a tangent, explaining to viewers, “There’s no meaning to any of this.”
Well, you definitely can't say that Jim Carrey gives a boring interview: "There is no me. There's just things happening." pic.twitter.com/HatQ6mHsKp
— E! News (@enews) September 10, 2017
Probably one of the most real things I’ve ever heard a celebrity say. As Carrey continued to make Sadler feel even more awkward he said,
“So I wanted to find the most meaningless thing that I could come to and join and here I am.”
Sadler tries to press him on the fact that the event was a celebration of icons, but Carrey wasn’t having it.
As he gazed into the windows of her soul, he explained how he doesn’t believe in icons,
“Celebrating icons? Boy that is just about the absolute lowest aiming possibility that we could come up with. It’s like icons, do you believe in icons? I don’t believe in personalities, I don’t believe that you exist, but there is a wonderful fragrance in the air.”
Sadler was stressing!
I’m not going to front my mans was buggin’ (A$AP Ferg voice) as in between his explanation he hit us with a light James Brown impression.
But his point proved to be a trippy look into how people see those who are the so called trendsetters of the game. Jim Carrey is now the great cultural critic of our time.