Which Was Your Favourite Douglas Booth ‘Noah’ Promo Tour Look?

Which Was Your Favourite Douglas Booth ‘Noah’ Promo Tour Look

Like Jennifer Connelly, Douglas Booth kick-started his ‘Noah’ promo tour in Mexico City; he chose to wear a royal-blue Alexander McQueen suit with a maroon skull-print tie for the occasion.

Deciding that blue looked oh so good on him, he opted for a deeper shade in Berlin, donning a Hugo Boss double-button suit sans tie.

In Dublin he worked a few shades of blue, turning to Alexander McQueen again for his dapper double-breasted chequered suit and waistcoat and adding a complementary blue tie and polished black loafers.

While his sea of blue suits were all impeccable, he reached a whole other level of gorgeousness when he donned a Burberry Tailoring Prince of Wales check three-piece suit with a striped tie and shoes so shiny you could check your makeup in for the London premiere.

Berlin was a very close second, but London takes home the prize.

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Which Was Your Favourite Jennifer Connelly ‘Noah’ Promo Tour Look?

Which Was Your Favourite Jennifer Connelly ‘Noah’ Promo Tour Look

Jennifer Connelly kick-started her promo tour for ‘Noah’ in fine fashion wearing a Givenchy Couture gown to the Mexico premiere, setting the bar so very high.

She moved on to Berlin wearing a far more subdued black Lanvin gown before dropping jaws again in a mint Giambattista Valli Couture mini frock in Madrid.

The edger side to her red carpet style came out in New York when she wore Louis Vuitton, before blowing us away once again in McQueen in London.

When in Paris she turned to Louis Vuitton again, bringing this epic promo tour to its conclusion.

I debated long and hard between Givenchy and McQueen, with Givenchy eventually emerging as the victor.

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Which Was Your Favourite Emma Watson ‘Noah’ Promo Tour Look?

Which Was Your Favourite Emma Watson 'Noah' Promo Tour Look

The ‘Noah’ promo tour started for Emma Watson in Berlin, where she wore a sensual Wes Gordon halter gown with a bold red lip and partless hairdo.

Moving on to Madrid, she gave us a different, and very much unexpected, look donning a J. Mendel two-piece trouser look, which had an edge and plenty of sex appeal despite the modest plunging neckline.

In LA she had a trio of looks, starting with Stella McCartney, Peter Pilotto and Osman before heading to New York where she worked the menswear trend to a tee wearing a classic Saint Laurent suit.

There were mixed reviews about her Oscar de la Renta gown in New York – I’m not expecting this to do too well in this poll; however, she quickly redeemed herself with a breathtaking Ralph Lauren Collection white gown at the London premiere, which was her last stop on this tour.

It was a hard choice, but the J. Mendel is still my favourite, followed by the Ralph Lauren.