All the Pretty People on the Red Carpet for the Premiere of “The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society”

Posted on April 10, 2018


Here is perhaps the purest, most overt form of red carpetry promotional methods: “Our film is full of really good-looking people, which is why you should see it!”

Our hearts are hard and cynical, however. We will not be swayed by this quartet’s genetic superiority. Judge, we must.

 

Michiel Huisman in Giorgio Armani


Hey, boo. Long time, no see.

That’s a beautiful suit, but we don’t see him as one of those rare guys who can work a double-breasted cut. It looks blocky on him. And it’s all so dully gray-black. It’s got some style to it, but it’s not your best look, boo.

 

Lily James in Emilia Wickstead


We’re gagging on romance here. We get that this is sort of her  brand and all, but this is just too twee for us. Plus it looks big on her. And the flimsy sandals don’t finish it off well.

 

 

Jessica Brown-Findlay in Vivienne Westwood Couture


As Westwoods go, it doesn’t ask a lot of her. It’s not the freshest look in the world, but it’s got a classic Elizabeth Taylor sort of vibe to it; something she should consider leaning into a bit more. Jazz a basic gown up with pounds of diamonds, girls. Liz knew the score. Get earrings at least three times that size.

 

Glen Powell


We headed straight to his IMDB page to see if he was currently playing a Kennedy somewhere, but he’s not and that’s too bad, because it would’ve been the only way we could have accepted that goofy haircut he’s got. The suit is blocky and the jacket’s too short on him. We seem to be saying that a lot lately, which indicates either that there’s a new trend in suiting going on or suddenly everyone forgot how suits are supposed to fit.

More pics of happy, friendly, good-looking people who want you to see their (admittedly cute, if saccharine) movie:

 

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: INSTARImages – Video Credit: StudiocanalUK via YouTube.com]

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