BFI London Film Festival GLASS ONION: A KNIVES OUT MYSTERY Premiere

Posted on October 17, 2022

When we feature two different posts of the same cast on the same day, you can bet that it’s either an A+ List cast or that they’re serving capital-F Fashion. We didn’t mean to get all alphabetical on you with our opening sentence, but our point is that we’re returning to the Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery cast mere hours after featuring them because they are both an A+ List cast AND they’re serving capital-F Fashion. LFG!

 

 

Daniel Craig

The jacket cuffs are oddly short, which we seem to be seeing a lot lately, but we love everything else here. The man can handle a wide lapel, a double breasted cut and a big butterfly of a bow tie really well.

 

 

 

Dave Bautista

It’s a beautiful suit. The combination of tats and velvet is an irresistable one and we have to say, we’re loving the trend of big guys not wearing shirts on the red carpet lately. We know those words are going to come back to haunt us soon, but between him and The Rock, it’s really working for us.

 

 

Gwendoline Christie in Thom Browne

It’s Big Fashion and you should know by now that your girl Gwendoline absolutely loves a look that takes up space. We love that for her, but we can’t say we’re in love with this paper bag color. Still, it’s hard to deny that it’s a high impact look and that’s exactly the kind of fashion she prefers the most. She’s not interested in being conventionally pretty so much as being an amazing presence.

 

 

 

Janelle Monáe in Christian Siriano

And then there’s Miss Janelle, who can turn herself in a rose for the evening and have that seem like the most perfectly natural thing in the world. She looks like some sort of couture nature sprite. She really should have a pair of Tinker Bell wings with this.

 

 

Jessica Henwick in Atelier Versace

This is about as far away as she can get from that beige pantsuit she wore to the photo call. The skirt textile is drop-dead stunning, but the design is a no for us. We like the top, but the combination of a fishnet top with cutouts, and a ballgown skirt over a pair or pants is too much for one outfit or person to handle. It’s dramatic, but it needs editing.

 

 

 

Kate Hudson in Saint Laurent

Yuck. What a dreary and unflattering frock. Girl, you were done wrong with this one.

 

 

 

Kathryn Hahn in Maison Rabih Kayrouz

It doesn’t offer the best silhouette from the side, but we really like this. She’s at her best when she’s playing with really sharp, dramatic fashion. You know. Witchy stuff.

 

 

 

Leslie Odom Jr. in Prada

It’s amazing how much damage that Prada logo does to an otherwise really cute outfit.

 

 

 

Madelyne Cline in Tom Ford

She looks like she’s standing over a really powerful wind machine. We don’t like this design at all, but we have to say we’re really impressed by how much this cast seems committed to the idea of wearing weird or challenging fashion. No one wants to be the normal one.

 

 

[Photo Credit: Jeff Spicer/Getty Images for BFI, Aurore Marechal/ABACA/INSTARimag/Cover Images, Doug Peters/PA Images/INSTARimag/Cover Images]

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