We are DYING to see this film solely on the basis of this cast. They just look like they all have insane chemistry with each other.
And they tend to dress in some of the most wildly divergent styles we’ve ever seen in the same cast promoting the same project. Each of these ladies are doing their thing and going their own way. Mind you, that doesn’t necessarily mean that they’re all nailing their looks.
Miss Viola, we love you, but your jumpsuit and jacket are both too tight. Worse, the former has a sheer panel running right across the stomach, which is … well, it’s a choice, is what it is. We maintain that it’s not a good one. We need to get you into more kickass suits and away from this trickyass nonsense.
Elizabeth Debicki in Giorgio Armani
It’s minimalist and tasteful and offers its own spin on the tuxedo trend in womenswear. We’d even say it’s chic. But as much as we adore her, this is too safe and too dull for promoting a film with this kind of buzz and intensity.
Cynthia Erivo in Mary Katrantzou
And then there’s Miss Cynthia, who is simply never hard to find in a picture. We love her style and we can even be convinced on the merits of this dress (although we maintain it’s not a great choice for picture-taking just because it pulls all the focus toward it). And it’s no surprise that we adore the hairstyle. But it took us a while to nail down what we think is wrong here and it’s simply this: the hair and the dress don’t work together at all. Too completely different styles, two totally focus-pulling elements.
Michelle Rodriguez in Jill Stuart
She’s got a brand in this is pretty much it. It’s even more dull than Elizabeth’s look, but she’s got a slightly lower bar to get over since she’s never really been a fashionista. It’s okay, but the sleeves are an odd length and we don’t think she shoes go at all.
In retrospect, they’re a charming, if somewhat randomly put-together crew.
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