The cast of the sumptuous-looking Chevalier doffed their wigs and waistcoats in order to serve much more modern fashion at the film’s premiere. Clearly, none of them wanted to be the one who slacked off.
We love it when a cast goes hard on the red carpet, even if we don’t love ever one of their choices.
Minnie Driver in Maticevski
She’s got the bearing and the fashion chops to make this look chic, but it would come off pretty bedsheet-y on a lesser wearer. Our only quibble is with the hairstyle, which feels wrong for it.
Samara Weaving in Valentino
Adding a floor-length cape to a cropped sheer blouse strikes us as massive fashion overkill, but we think we’re more upset by the awful brown color of this ensemble. We think we might have liked it a lot more if the color were slightly more appealing and photogenic.
Kelvin Harrison Jr. in Lanvin
This is incredibly disappointing. If it had actually fit him it would have been a stunning, modern twist on menswear, but because it’s so comically oversized, he just looks like a kid trying on grownup clothes.
Lucy Boynton in Erdem
Here is one of those sentences in fashion blogging that could be considered a compliment or a devastating insult, depending on who’s saying and about whom it’s being said: It looks vintage. We’ll let you figure out if we meant that nicely or not (hint: not).
Ronkẹ Adékoluẹjo in Azzi & Costa
This feels like a cute idea that went off the rails somewhere. The colors look great and the idea is fun, but the shapes are awkward and the pants are too tight.
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