Kathryn Hahn, Paul Rudd and Will Ferrell at “The Shrink Next Door” Premiere

Posted on October 29, 2021

A bunch of funny people have what looks like a fairly dreary limited series coming out in which all three of them play against type. Perhaps that explains the somewhat serious tone of their style choices as Kathryn Hahn, Paul Rudd and Will Ferrell unveil their series based on the hit podcast of the same name, The Shrink Next Door.

 

Kathryn Hahn in Emilia Wickstead

We really like this; so much so that we find ourselves annoyed by the busy background and low lighting. This gorgeous jumpsuit needed a little bit more of a spotlight. We love the shape of the sleeves and the pants, but the bodice feels a little off. We’d have liked more of a belt placed a bit lower than that sash and we think the collar is too high for her. But we love how dramatically off-beat it is and the earrings are fabulous.

We’re really only here for Kathryn, but we suppose we can devote a little time to the rather blandly dressed men.

 

Paul Rudd

This is funereal, but at least the tie’s interesting.

 

 

Will Ferrell

Ditto, with the addition that the pants look sloppy and the shoe choice is all wrong. There are so many stylish sneakers that would pair well with this.

 

 

 

 

Man, we don’t know. We’re all for actors trying new things out, but this just looks weird. We’re not the ones to be leading this charge, but it strikes us as odd that both Hahn and Ferrell, who aren’t Jewish, were cast in these parts. Hahn recently came under fire for largely the same reason when her name was briefly attached to a now-abandoned Joan Rivers biopic.

 

 

 

Style Credits:
Kathryn Hahn: Emilia WicksteadEdna‘ Balloon-sleeve Pinstriped Crepe Jumpsuit
Styled by Jill and Jordan | Hair by Matthew Monzon | Makeup by Brigitte Reiss-Andersen
[Photo Credit: Marion Curtis/StarPix for AppleTV+, matchesfashion.com, – Video Credit: AppleTV/YouTube]

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