Of course Zendaya and Tom got the spotlight, and we couldn’t just let Benedict Cumberbatch’s shade situation go unremarked upon, but let’s round up the rest of the Spider-Man: No Way Home premiere red carpet denizens and judge their style efforts, like a family.
Corinne Foxx and Jamie Foxx in Dolce & Gabbana
We haven’t loved the public bra trend but this one feels appropriately glam and formal. It coordinates really well with the skirt but we don’t love the halter strap or think it was necessary. He looks great. Very shiny.
Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani
LOVE his suit, even though we’re not usually inclined to love matching shirts. Not sure his shoes really go all that well with it. Her footwear choice, on the other hand, is a spectacular accompaniment to that skirt. Just a really cute look that feels true to her.
Jared Leto in Gucci
Okay, fine. Whatever. But what we want to know is, what’s with the doll feet?
Madison Beer in Nensi Dojaka
Sure. Okay. The sheer gloves with the sheer tights certainly make thematic sense, but overall, it just feels like she couldn’t decide on how covered up she wanted to be. And we hate that the reds don’t match.
Marisa Tomei in Zuhair Murad
She tends to have a much funkier and more interesting style than this, but it’s a big Marvel movie jawn opening during the holidays, so it’s hard to argue with the thinking behind this one. It’s on point and photographs great.
Marsai Martin in Dolce & Gabbana
Overwrought and overdesigned. Not worth the hassle of wearing the D&G label.
Storm Reid in Courrèges
The top half is interesting, but we don’t love the cut of the pants and we wish the whole thing was in a deeper, richer color than that.
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