So? Have you watched it yet? If you need convincing on Killing Eve, please read our review, because we’ve seriously started to fall in love with it.
Also, we’re loving the sort of Charlie’s Angel style vibes of the three women at the heart of it.
That’s a well-coordinated threesome dressed in distinctly different styles that define each one of them. It’s so well-styled all around that it almost comes off like costume design.
Sandra Oh in Simone Rocha
Sadly, this look’s just not working for us. That dress design needed some serious editing before the real thing saw the light of day. The fuzzy neckline is a definite no, the puffy sheer sleeves are a soft no, and we’re just a little confused about the weirdly complicated look of the skirt. Basically, everything here needs to be simplified and she needs to ditch the platforms. If she feels they give her the height she needs for pictures, then pair them with a pantsuit, we say.
Jodie Comer in Stella McCartney
Jodie’s platforms more or less work because of the sheer busyness of what she’s wearing. It takes a special gal to pull off a pair of Stella McCartney pajamas with a peplum, but we think she’s making it work. The clean face and sort of windswept up do were the right choice, giving the look a breezy sort of feel instead of a try-hard one.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge in Hellessy
We love this. Yes, the sleeves are too goofy and the flare of the pants is wider than we’d like to see, but it’s such a strong look for a show creator to wear while promoting her show. And we think it perfectly suits her. We might have suggested some design edits (those buttons looks curiously small and cheap), but the style looks great on her.
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