Miss Charlize had her own statement to make, but that doesn’t mean the rest of the attendees get to escape our loving judgment, even if half of them showed up ready to wash their own cars.
You may think it’s because he’s filling it out spectacularly, but we don’t honestly have a problem with him showing up in a t-shirt for a film premiere. It’s a Fast and Furious flick and he knows the audience well. They’re not looking for Dior Homme out of him. They want cool-as-shit/hot-as-fuck hero cosplay. Done and done. The fact that he fills it out so well is beside the point. This is right for this venue and he was savvy enough to pick high-quality items. We bet that t-shirt was in the hundred-dollar range. In fact, we wouldn’t be remotely surprised if he wasn’t wearing a 5,000-dollar outfit here.
Lo: “It’s way too “British Gangster.”
T: “Isn’t that exactly his brand, though?”
Lo: “Point. But it feels too literal.”
Still, even though we both hate turtlenecks, we can’t deny this suits him really well. It helps that the suit itself is impeccable.
She looks great. Girlfriend’s visibly pregs and sporting lace-up sandals on stiletto heels. Respect.
Enh. Personally, we think she should take a page from her male co-stars and show up rocking a pair of killer jeans and a leather jacket, but she tends to like to gown it up. It feels a bit too formal for the occasion. Plus, that neckline is awful and she doesn’t actually look all that great in silver.
Please. The Rock tried. You’re resting on pretty, son.
Again: it’s his brand. It’s on point for the venue, and it’s probably not cheap – although it doesn’t have the luxe look Dwayne’s items have. We’re not crazy about the white jeans – especially since they’re kinda baggy on him – and we’d have preferred a t-shirt with a little color or something. But again, he’s fine for where and who he is.
[Photo Credit: Kristin Callahan/ACE Pictures/INSTARimages, Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images]
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