And just like that, another Star Wars poledance snapped into formation and got to Disney-fueled work. Which is always a good thing for us, because Disney-fueled red carpets tend to be colorful, well-coordinated affairs, to no surprise.
Although maybe this wasn’t as well-coordinated as it could have been.
Emilia Clarke in Valentino Couture
We miss the shock of seeing her on the red carpet in her natural hair color instead of this Khaleesi-adjacent one. With that bit of whining aside, we can get on with praising this look for being pretty great. The gown is gorgeous; bold, graphic and eye-catching, it sets off her own pale coloring and takes a terrific picture. It’s probably a bit too formal and grandiose in tone, but after years of playing a stern desert queen, we can’t really blame her for diving headfirst into a Disney Princess aesthetic.
This … is not working for us at all. We like this guy, but he’s not Harrison Ford and this all smacks of a really strained attempt to give him that laid-back, scruffy, ’70s-style sex symbol look that Ford embodied back in the day. But that’s not really who Alden is, nor is this the best way to set off his looks for pictures. He looks sleepy and sleazy, instead of sexy and laid-back.
Style that hair, shave that neck, burn this faux-denim Burt Reynolds special and get yourself into some Tom Ford or something, mister. In other words, Boy, That’s Not Your Suit.
Emilia Clarke: Valentino Floral-printed Gown from the Spring 2018 Couture Collection | Neil Lane Jewelry | Christian Louboutin Shoes
Styled by Petra Flannery | Hair by Adir Abergel | Makeup by Kate Lee
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, vogue.com – Video Credit: Star Wars via YouTube.com]
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