Let’s check in on some beautiful and charismatic people, just to see how they’re doing! And also to judge their clothes.
They gave us much to discuss.
Chris Hemsworth in Dolce&Gabbana
Chris, why must you make things so difficult for us? We realize that the ThorChest made a lot of money for you and we’re certainly all about a man with a massive chest getting every opportunity to show it off, but your collapsing placket makes us sad, sir. You picked a lovely jacquard suit. It deserves a crisply standing collar and placket. Just do up one button. We’re begging you. You can air out those things another time.
No one’s reading this. Let’s get on to the main event:
Tessa Thompson in Rodarte
That is completely over-the-top drag and we are having no problems with it at all. She has an amazing knack for turning this sort of wildly loud and flamboyant look into something Vogue-cover chic. The severe hair and gorgeous makeup go a long way to dialing back on the drag-queen qualities of the look even as the whimsical purse and KILLER heels elevate to further drag-pageant levels. It’s just a look to which she’s incredibly well-suited that perfectly plays into the whole idea of dressing for your premiere according to the genre of project you’re promoting. This is sci-fi drag and it’s as on point as it gets.
Also, these shots are cute:
WERQ that sleeve, girl.
Chris Hemsworth: Dolce&Gabbana Black Jacquard Three-piece Suit
Styled by Samantha McMillen
Tessa Thompson: Custom Rodarte Silver Metallic Ruffle Dress | Eva Fehren Jewelry | Judith Leiber Couture ‘Moon’ Clutch | Aquazzura Gold Sundance 140 Platform Sandals
Styled by Wayman + Micah | Hair by Lacy Redway | Makeup by Alex Babsky | Nails by Tracy & Lee
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages]