The star may have shown up looking every inch the star, but that doesn’t mean her co-stars slacked off. Even for a Disney movie, this was an unusually high-fashion premiere.
We adore him and we think it’s absolutely right for him to stick to the Boy-Twee looks that suit him so well and clearly make him happy. We don’t personally like this and we’d almost certainly have to resist the urge to go at those cuffs with a pair of scissors were we standing anywhere near him, but he is who he is and this is pretty much the visual representation of that fact.
Never gets it wrong. Also never strays one micron out of his very tight style box.
Emily Mortimer in Valentino
Why Miss Emily. Look at you all glamorous and high fashion, dear. Love the dress. Love the pedi. Hate the sandals. A frock with that much presence deserves some more substantial footwear.
Lin-Manuel Miranda in Stella McCartney
This will do fine.
Meryl Streep in Elie Saab
LOVE this. Despite her reputation as someone with little interest in fashion, she has a tendency to pick looks with some personality to them when she’s really feeling it. This has the structure and coverage she tends to prefer, with an appealing combination of mature seriousness and slightly witchy whimsy. Design-wise, our only criticism is with the cuffs, which add too much visual to a look that already has enough.
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