Not to keep banging this drum (they shouted over the banging of the drum), but if you’re looking for even more proof that red carpets are roaring back into life with the dials turned up to 11 (which we’ve been predicting for a good while), we offer the following phrase “Finale Premiere Red Carpet.” Forget that all three of these stars are SERVING for a second; just the idea of a high-fashion red carpet event for the finale of a streaming limited series is enough to demonstrate that the fashion and entertainment industries have both been keeping their powder dry for way too long and they’re ready to explode all over the culture. Bring it on, we say. We’re ready to judge it all. And on that note…
Sebastian Stan in Dolce & Gabbana
Sad that it’s D&G, in awe that he’s working a tan velvet suit with a pink shirt. He looks amazing in this, although we think someone was a little heavy-handed with the bronzer, possibly to provide more contrast with the suit.
Lily James in Roberto Cavalli
It’s got that perfect combination of sexy and high-glam, paying homage to Pamela Anderson’s style and looking like an A-list movie star at the same time. The collar is a bit heavy, though. And we think the hair might be a little too downplayed.
Seth Rogen in Paul Smith
He LOVES wearing orange. Someone must have told him it’s his color to wear. We certainly can’t argue with the results here. Generally, we don’t love all-one-color suit ensembles, but the cut and color are both so great here. Love the shoes. Maybe this is harsh, but we think men’s dress shoes on the red carpet should look like they’ve never been worn before. Given how high the expectations are for women on the red carpet, we’re happy to impose this standard.
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