It’s a nice-enough suit, although it’s a bit snug on him. If you’re going to do the Amish no-tie thing, you’d be better off not doing it with such a basic suit. Even better: don’t do the Amish no-tie thing, Andy. This look would be exponentially improved if you’d just put one on.
Daniel Kaluuya in Gucci
He looks like he’s leading a delegation to the U.N., which means this couldn’t be any more on point. LOVE the tiger tie.
Florence Kasumba in Jenny Packham
You can probably tell at which point our disappointment crept in. She’s a stunning woman and this is fine from the neck to the waist, but once it goes sheer, it loses us. Truth be told, even if it was opaque to the floor, we’d have found it a somewhat basic choice for someone so striking.
Our second delegate has just processed into the chamber.
Damn, he got big.
Letitia Wright in Rami Al Ali
There’s something very appealing about the low-key, vaguely retro way she styles herself. It’s a really cute look for her on its own (not sure about the sandals), but it’s really getting drowned out by everyone else’s A game.
She would make the perfect Earth Kitt for a biopic.
As much as we rail against the standard business suit, British actors who show up in British banker’s suits tend to get a pass if it suits them. The tie and pocket square are nice touches, although we’re not convinced they coordinate well.
Michael B. Jordan in Calvin Klein
Fine in every sense of the word.
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