Will Smith, Naomi Scott and Mena Massoud at the “Aladdin” Paris Screening

Posted on May 09, 2019

We have two things to say before we get to the judging. First (and we realize we say this about a lot of Disney jawns): we could not be less interested in seeing this film. We actually said no to a screening of it. Trust us, Disney fans. You wouldn’t have wanted these two bitter queens reviewing a film they’re not interested in. Second thing:


Did Will Smith go through a growth spurt recently?




Will Smith

We’re not going to get all worked up over it, possible because we’re exhausted from the formalwear of the Met Gala, but this is a piss-poor look for a Disney premiere in Paris. The coat’s nice enough and it looks like a pretty decent sweater under there, but the footwear’s unfortunate.



Naomi Scott in Off-White

Yeah, no. We realize it’s the whole point of the design, but we just can’t get behind the activewear top with the formal skirt. They look absolutely terrible together. The crew neck collar and short fitted sleeves look awful from a proportional perspective when paired with that skirt. The marriage of the top to the skirt is clumsy and unflattering. The difference in the weight of the textiles is jarring. It’s all a big no for us.



Mena Massoud in Givenchy

Yes to ALL of this. And once again, we can thank Rami Malek and Chadwick Boseman (with an honorable mention to Timothee Chalamet) for effectively changing the menswear game on the red carpet. Any time a male star steps out in suiting that doesn’t make him look like a lawyer is a win, but this is especially chic.





Still not gonna see it.


Style Credits:
Naomi Scott: Off-White Ensemble from the Spring 2019 Collection
Styled by Zadrian Smith | Hair by Marcia Lee | Makeup by Valeria Ferreira | Nails by Hanaé

Mena Massoud: Givenchy Suit from the Spring 2019 Collection | David Yurman Ring
Styled by Ashley Weston | Grooming by Rachel Burney

[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, vogue.com – Video Credit: Walt Disney Studios via YouTube.com]

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