AMSTERDAM World Premiere Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on September 19, 2022

We gave Margot Robbie her own post, but the Amsterdam premiere was a (slightly) star-studded event and they all deserve our loving judgment too. Let’s do it.

 

 

 

Andrea Riseborough in Paco Rabanne

We love her weird and severe take on fashion. It’s always refreshing when someone hits a red carpet with the goal of being interesting over the goal of looking conventionally pretty. Having said that, while we like the slightly weird proportions of the dress, we late the hem and we think the textile looks a little cheap in pictures.

 

 

 

Drake in Tom Ford

Can’t really argue with any of that. He showed up working that Executive Producer drag, but with the dials turned up to pop star levels of finery. Love that eggplant velvet. His grooming is spectacular.

 

 

John David Washington in Prada

The shirt sleeves and pants hem are too long, but aside from those two issues, this is pretty much perfect. Tan suits can be either bland or striking depending on the wearer (and yes, skin tone will have a lot to do with which side you’re gonna land on) and this really sings on him. Love the hair, love the shoes.

 

 

 

Michael Shannon in Tom Ford

We wouldn’t normally care, since this isn’t really his thing, but since the other gentlemen on this red carpet are working some impeccable grooming, we kinda wish he’d either gotten his hair cut or put some product in it to tame it a little. That “beard” is looking pretty bad too. Nice suit, though.

 

 

 

Rami Malek in Prada

The suit’s nice, but it’s the jewelry and shoes that really make the look. Accessorizing is as important to a guy’s outfit as it is to any woman’s. We’d have liked a tie with a little silver in it.

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: JOHN NACION/startraksphoto.com/Cover Images, Theo Wargo/Getty Images for 20th Century Studio, Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for 20th Century Studios]

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