The stars came out to celebrate the return to the Breaking Bad universe, which is sort of like the Marvel Cinematic Universe except with more drugs and existential angst and less superpowers and magic stones. We look forward to the opening of the Universal Studios Breaking Bad theme park next year.
Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston
Cranston is a classic and besides, he didn’t really need to dress up. He’s just here to support his former co-star. As for Aaron, we just can’t say we are loving the combination of shaved head scoop neck shirt and pleated pants. It’s all asking a lot of us. We suppose we should be grateful he’s not wearing a heavy gold chain.
Kirsten Dunst (in Brock Collection) and Jesse Plemons
They’re just so darn cute.
Krysten Ritter in Georges Chakra Couture
It’s a little boob-ier then we’re used to seeing from her, but that sort of “goth prom queen” style is her sweet spot. Love the ring.
That textile is a lot of fun and we really love the skirt in combination with the shoes. But the shape of that top is stiff and more complicated then it needed to be. We’d have rather seen her in something that contrasts with the skirt a little more.
As any loyal kitten knows, we hate turtlenecks with a white-hot ferocity, but this is really cute on him. Turns out a purple houndstooth does a lot for a look.
[Photo Credit: Sara De Boer/startraksphoto.com, Hahn Lionel/ABACA/INSTARimages.com]
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