Darlings, the gays, gay-playing, gay-supportive and gay-adjacent stars came out for the premiere of a film we’re pretty sure is gonna make ol’ T Lo all weepy and sentimental when they get around to seeing it.
But until that teary-eyed day comes, we must remain firm and bitchy in our judgments.
And we find ourselves unable to bitch at the first entry on the list. Sure, we hate the color of that suit, but as gays, we are duty-bound to salute a man secure enough in himself to venture out in a pink suit. It’s a thing. Plus the shirt is cute and the shoes are well-chosen. We can’t say he’s not working that pink.
Yes, that was meant to sound a little dirty.
He’s lucky he’s cute, because this is just an oddly half-assed look. We get that he wasn’t on the hook to show up looking impeccable. He’s just here for the after-party, we imagine. But a shawl-collared dinner jacket with a t-shirt, gold chain and crappy jeans sure is a weird way to go.
Katherine Langford in Stella McCartney
It’s … okay. She looks very pretty, but that white strip in the bust gives the illusion it’s slipping off her and those puffy-ass things on her arms look silly.
We have no complaints. It’s a little dull, but serviceable. The play of the red t-shirt and blue/gray plaid of the jacket helps to elevate it.
Kid, you need to fire whoever dressed you like this. You’re young and cute and this is your first buzz-y starring role. Why are you dressed like an aging cop in 1976? The various browns look terrible together. The combination of dress pants and a leather jacket reeks of middle-age, and the proportions on said jacket are horrible. This all needs to burn. Maybe the shirt gets to stay.
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages – Video Credit: 20th Century Fox via YouTube.com]