We had to give Julianne Moore her own spotlight, but rest assured, she wasn’t the only cast member serving lewks on the red carpet for the premiere of Dear Evan Hansen. The rest of the cast came out to dazzle too, some in quieter ways than others.
Amandla Stenberg in Gucci
This, we would not call quiet. Amandla always likes to push their fashion in harder, sometimes more severe directions. We might think this a bit much for an ensemble cast film premiere, but really, that’s just the way they’ve always rolled on the red carpet. The hair and makeup are gorgeous, as is pretty much everything else. We just hate that (for lack of a better term) bust design. Not because it’s revealing, but because it’s so badly married to the rest of the dress.
Amy Adams in Thom Browne
Amy Adams! On a red carpet again! Wearing … well, pretty much what she always does. There’s some minor interest provided by the row of buttons and the textile, which looks like men’s suiting but that’s about it. She defaults to this sort of Jessica Rabbit-lite style. Part of us can’t blame her because it always works on some level, but it’s not very interesting. She looks pretty, though.
He’s apparently been on a bit of a ’70s Dandy tear in his style choices lately. We can’t say he’s ill-suited for it but it strikes us as an odd way to promote a film where his own portrayal of a teenager has been widely questioned. This doesn’t look bad on him but it adds about ten years to him at least.
Colton Ryan in Gucci
This, on the other hand, is very youthening because it looks like something a 16-year-old with a Black Card would put together. We like all of these pieces but we don’t think they all belong together. And yes, the label is supposed to stay on. Gucci’s not a subtle house.
This isn’t shattering any menswear paradigms but it’s nicely done and looks great on him.
Nik Dodani in Kunal Ruwal
Just a flat out STUNNER of a look from Indian menswear designer Kunal Rawal. More of this on the red carpet, please.
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