We just had to give Evangeline Lily the spotlight treatment because of her SUPER-cray look, but she wasn’t the only cast member of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania serving somewhat questionable fashion at the Los Angeles premiere. Come with us on a judgmental journey, won’t you?
Paul Rudd in Fendi
Someone should’ve done a camera test on that suit before he wore it in public. It photographs terribly. It’s also strangely bad in the fit and in a weird color. His hair is a mess and he should’ve shaved. Paul, what is going on here?
Someone please find this man a good tailor and stylist. There’s just no reason for everything to look so sloppy, dull and ill-fitted on him.
Michelle Pfeiffer in Saint Laurent
MISS MA’AM. You are SERVING and we are bowing down. She’s almost never this dramatic in her style choices. The accentuated shoulders look great on her and she’s handling all that foofaraw around the waist like a champ. Love the gold cuffs and massive hoops.
Kathryn Newton in Rodarte
It’s that most rare of red carpet beasts: the actually interesting, well-designed sheer dress. We’re so used to seeing them in black and red that this white version comes off kind of fresh. The mirror embellishments are impressive because they don’t appear to do a thing to weigh the garment down. It’s a sleek, sexy, eye-catching look.
Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones (in Carolina Herrera) and Dylan Michael Douglas
Why is Michael Douglas wearing a huge suit with a clashing shirt and no tie? You have money, sir. This is not acceptable. Catherine’s doing all of the heavy lifting here, but we can’t say we love the dress all that match. It comes off stiff and heavy, with too much volume in the skirt and a hem that hits at the wrong spot.
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