The Fantastic Four of red carpet fashion turned it out, as expected, for the Mexico City premiere of Dune Part Two. Let’s pit them against each in a cage match of style, shall we?
Florence Pugh in Standing Ground
Our first impression was good. The shape looks great on her and the off-white color works really well with the spikey blonde hair. But the longer we take it in, the more it looks like she’s wearing one of those Man Spanx undershirts with a skirt. The bodice is unresolved as a design and too tight on her.
Timothée Chalamet in Prada
We just knew Prince Timmée would step up his game after that low-key opening look. Does that mean we love this? Oh honey, no. But it does mean he’s not going to coast. Having said that, his stylist took a standard men’s suit and then fucked it up. Good for him if he’s skinny enough to tuck a suit jacket into dress pants, but that doesn’t mean you should do it. Points for trying, but we need you to do better next time, Timmée.
Zendaya in Bottega Veneta
Miss Zendaya would like it to be known that she will not be raising her hands in the air like she just doesn’t care. Please make a note of it in your coverage. She’s really leaning into the Fremen Couture looks for this one, but as much as we might get huffy about theme dressing for movie premieres, we can’t deny that this looks gorgeous on her. Impractical as hell, sure. But this is about delivering a moment, not delivering a pizza.
Austin Butler in Saint Laurent
We want to pretend to snore or be bored by this. Sure, it’s pretty conventional compared to his co-stars, but it’s such a gorgeous suit and he’s so well-suited to this kind of light sleaze. Our only suggestions are for a more interesting pocket square and a heavier chain.
Winner: Zendaya. Let’s face it. It’s always going to be Zendaya.
[Photo Credit: EyePix/INSTARimages]
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