The stars of Black Adam came out for the film’s premiere and paid tribute to lead star Dwayne Johnson by not wearing shirts!
Dwayne Johnson in Dolce & Gabbana
It is perhaps not a surprise to learn that we’re loving the Rock’s shirtless style phase. Somehow, he can pull it off without looking sleazy about it. The suit’s fantastic, the color really sings on him, and it’s a great way to show off the pec tattoo just a little. It’s a very minor thing, but the white lining makes the suit look a little cheap.
This is not bad, but we think this guy could use a little bit more guidance in his style choices. This is not the kind of suit that pairs well with kicks and we’re leaning toward the idea that it doesn’t pair well with a tank top either. It’s just too conventional a suit; practically begging for a white shirt and black tie to go with it. Not that we’d want him to dress more conventionally, but if he wants to wear the kicks and tank top on the red carpet, he should be picking a more casual type of suit in a less dreary color.
Quintessa Swindell in Celine
Can’t argue with any of that. We might have suggested heavier or showier jewelry, but a dress like this can go tacky so easily with the wrong styling. She was probably right to keep things simple.
This is another man who can pull off a plunging neckline or a lack of a shirt in a red carpet setting and we think this suit probably demands it, but we really don’t like the satin of the shirt or the way it all gathers at his crotch like some sort of window treatment.
Sarah Shahi in Versace
WAY too many straps happening here. We think a bra top could work fine with a skirt like this, but we also think bra tops should be relatively simple in their design if you’re going to wear them formally.
[Photo Credit: Dave Allocca/Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures, Media Punch/INSTARimages.com/Cover Images]
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