“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” LA Premiere Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on December 11, 2017

Darlings, so many stars went to war (FASHION WAR) on this Star Wars red carpet that we’re just going to have to line the rest of them up for quick n’ dirty judgments, lest we fall behind in our red carpet judging duties and the whole country is thrown into chaos because of it.

It’s important stuff. Now simmer down and start your judging:



Adam Driver and Joanne Tucker

He’s doing the usual Johnny Cash drag, which we can’t “whatever” hard enough. We don’t love her top, but that’s a pretty stylish look overall.



Billie Lourd in Tom Ford

Love it. Perfectly on point for a Star Wars movie. Or a movie about Studio 54.



Chadwick Boseman in Ports 1961

You can’t wear that jacket with an all black ensemble of competing blacks. A white dress shirt would’ve been our rec. Those shoes are awful.



Cobie Smulders in Emilia Wickstead

The naked sandals and bare midriff look really odd with all that heavy fabric.



Dita Von Teese in Jean Paul Gaultier Couture


Of course this one would know exactly how to drag it up for a Star Wars premiere. She is giving us Goth Princess Leia and we are bowing down for that.



Domhnall Gleeson in Burberry

It’s fine, but he looks like he’s at a wedding.



Joe Manganiello (in Peyman Umay) and Sofia Vergara

Check these two out, getting all fashiony on our asses. They look pretty great, actually. We don’t love her shoes or his black shirt, but the rest of their looks have enough impact and style to distract from them.



Kelly Marie Tran in Thai Nguyen Atelier




Laura Dern in Vivienne Westwood Couture

It’s not the worst black lace dress we’ve ever seen. We like the shape, but we’re not crazy about the white lining.



Tessa Thompson in Solace London

WERQ your cray, Miss Thing.




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