Carice Van Houten, Colette Dalal Tchantcho, Paloma Faith, Kosar Ali, Alice Englert at the DANGEROUS LIAISONS Premiere

Posted on October 28, 2022

There’s a Dangerous Liaisons prequel series coming out and we had no idea about it until today, which speaks to the power of the red carpet as a marketing tool but also speaks to how this series has not perhaps been as well-promoted as it should have been. At any rate, the cast came out for the premiere and most of them completely overdid things on the fashion front, which is exactly what we’d expect for a cast promoting a Dangerous Liaisons series. “Extra” isn’t just on the menu, it’s the entire menu.



Carice Van Houten in Ronald van der Kemp

We can’t say we love this, but we do appreciate it for being offbeat and photogenic. If the textile had been any color other than white, the “doodling on scrap paper” vibe of the design might not have been so overwhelming. It’s rare that we suggest a design should’ve been black, but this one would have benefitted greatly from it.




Colette Dalal Tchantcho in Sabirah

Yes, queen. This is regal and high-impact. As a red carpet ensemble, it works really well and we’re impressed by how unwrinkled it is. She can pull off this yellow, but that doesn’t mean we love it. A richer jewel tone would have been our preference here. Love the headpiece.




Paloma Faith in Richard Malone

There are not enough nopes in the world to convey just how much nope this is. The dress is hideous and the footwear doesn’t belong with it at all. If you want to wear the shitkicker boots on the red carpet, which we support fully, you need to pick an outfit that actually goes with them.




Kosar Ali in Sabina Bilenko

Pure stunning. No notes.



Alice Englert in Susan Fang

The colors are a bit harsh and oversaturated, but that skirt is really eye-catching. Everything above the waist is terrible, though. That skirt deserved a bodice worthy of it.





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