YELLOWJACKETS Season 2 Premiere Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on March 24, 2023

We are thrilled to report that the second season of Yellowjackets premieres today on streaming, with the first episode airing this Sunday. We’ve seen some of it and will have some recapping to do when our vacation is over, but we can say that the series has not lost its way or its unique energy in its sophomore outing. We can also report that the surprisingly massive cast hit the red carpet in style. Let’s go judge them.


Alexa Barajas in Michael Kors Collection

Simple, understated (for a red carpet), and chic.


Christina Ricci in Fendi

The neckline looks too high to us and the irregular shape of the halter is giving us eye twitches. Love the boots.

Courtney Eaton in Area

This is hot, but the hair is too severe for it.


Elijah Wood

It’s extremely difficult adjusting to a Frodo who looks like a million suburban dads, but it actually really suits him. We bet he’s going to be a striking middle-aged man when his hair goes gray. The suit is nice but his shirt is a mess and he needs an undershirt.


Ella Purnell in Carolina Herrera

The top half looks like a gown, so the flared pants come off like a pleasant surprise. Hair and makeup look great.


Jasmin Savoy Brown in Ronald van der Kemp

The Yellowjacket girlies are all going HOTTIE for the premiere and frankly, we don’t blame them. Imagine getting your big break as an ingenue and you have to spend it shooting scenes covered in dirt and eating people. We’re not sure what the deal is with the gauntlets but the dress is fine. WEAR COLOR, STARS! IT’S NOT SCARY!


Juliette Lewis in Olivier Theyskens

We think the semi-chaotic feel of the gown suits her really well, but we really don’t like the textiles. They just don’t seem to photograph all that well.


Kevin Alves

That’s a great color for him but we don’t love the black turtleneck with it.


Lauren Ambrose

It’s okay, but it would look so much better with a more open neckline.


Liv Hewson

We tend to get annoyed with designs that are like “Let’s take a jacket and fuck it up a little,” but we really like this. Not crazy about the textile, though. The hair is bad.


Luciano Leroux

Adorable. Love that he went for the full black tie look.


Melanie Lynskey

Melanie, we love you. We’re also here to tell you that this is absolutely the right direction for your style. Highlight the waist, boobs and legs because they look great and it’s overall way more flattering than some of the more modest styles you tend to favor. The body con, off the shoulder dress you wore in the finale last year was the best you ever looked on screen. The fit in the jacket could be better, but we like this style for her.

Mya Lowe

LOVE this. The textile is very pretty.


Nia Sondaya

The dress looks a little prom to us and we don’t think the gloves work at all. Love the hair.


Nicole Maines in Solangel

Girl, you completely had us until we got to the fringe hem and the matching bag.


Samantha Hanratty in Dolce & Gabbana

She looks like she just finished a long crying session after discovering that the airline lost her top.


Simone Kessell in Georges Chakra

Sometimes, a dress is giving way too much dress. G


Sophie Nélisse in Givenchy

Some of these girls are completely unrecognizable out of character. This is a really interesting look, but we don’t love the minty color.


Sophie Thatcher in Vintage Dior

She looks like a sexy rose. The hair is terrible, though. We guess some of the girls figured that, since they have to do all of their scenes with dirty, unkempt hair, a red carpet appearance is a great time to put ten pounds of product in it


Tawny Cypress

It’s an elegant design, but the fit could be better. Her hair is so gorgeous on the show that we’re surprised to see her working such a restrained style. Granted, the show hair might be a wig for all we know.


Warren Kole

The suit is great but he needed to button the jacket for pictures.


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