The stars and supporters of Creed III came out in high style (most of them, anyway) for the LA premiere. We gave Tessa Thompson the spotlight treatment because she served us a look worth dissecting and discussing further. Also because she’s Tessa Thompson. Anyway, here are the rest of the gang:
Michael B. Jordan in Givenchy
We guess the lapels are supposed to be worn that way. We’d like the jacket a little more if we weren’t seeing so much creasing; not just at the lapels but at the hem as well. Still, it’s a really sharp, chic look. We just wish the pants were’nt so long and we weren’t seeing raw edges at the cuffs.
Serena Williams in Roksanda
We won’t tell a lady who’s feeling herself this much that she got it wrong, but these charmeuses and satins travel terribly and we’re confused as to why they’re so trendy for the red carpet lately. We’re tired of this pink, but it does look great on her.
Storm Reid in Prada
This is spectacular; sexy, sophisticated and grown up. It’s probably the best Prada look we’ve seen in a while.
Another perfectly nice tuxedo that looks like he shoved it under a bed for a few hours to season it. That bow tie nonsense is eyeroll worthy. There’s not a chance in hell that no one knew how to tie it correctly for him.
Marsai Martin in Giambattista Valli Couture
Those knots running down the center aren’t the greatest design choice in the world and it’s kind of hard to shake the impression that she’s got two sets of boobs, but in terms of high impact hotness, this can’t be beat.
Selenis Leyva in Marchesa
Well, it would appear that Marchesa is back on its fluffy, overly romantic bullshit. The skirt is wildly overdone and we’re not entirely sure what’s going in the bodice, but it’s a bit of a mess.
[Photo Credit: PAPIX/INSTARimages, Koi Sojer/INSTARimages]
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