Netflix hosted a screening of ‘The Politician’ at San Vicente Bungalows on Tuesday (July 23) in West Hollywood, California.
January Jones: I don’t know about you, but I was excited to see January Jones back on the red carpet.
The actress gave a nod to the ’80s in this Magda Butrym Faro dress with its retro blooms, wrap-effect and gathered shoulders.
No red carpet look seems to be complete these days without a pair of PVC leg-lengthening sandals.
Zoey Deutch: Following her trip to Italy, I was delighted to see that Zoey was keeping up a non-black, playful look in this Miu Miu Fall 2019 dress.
Doused in pretty, romantic lilac florals, some may feel this silhouette is too twee for Zoey, but when styled with vertiginous Miu Miu heels, this is one of my favourite looks from the actress.
Lucy Boynton: The actress has been a Gucci girl, even though I think she’s more suited to Miu Miu/Prada, but here she rocked a Louis Vuitton Fall 2019 dress.
I can’t say it’s my favourite look on this red carpet, but it does possess plenty of playful elements we expect from a Lucy Boynton look, with her signature cat-eyes completing the look.
Rahne Jones: The actress wasn’t about the summery dress mood that dominated this red carpet. She marched to the beat of her own drum rocking a unique Heron Preston Prince of Wales dual-colour blazer, with a Maison Margiela blue shirt.
This is not an easy look to pull off.
You need confidence, and self-awareness to make this work.
We’ve seen a lot of women in suits in recent times, but something tells me this is Rahne’s regular and preferred style.
Julia Schlaepfe: You’ll be forgiven if you thought this Alessandra Rich striped double-breasted tweed jacket was from Balmain, as the style’s boxy shape, and stripes have become Olivier Rousteing’s signature.
I call this a jacket, because it seems too short to be considered a dress, although Julia appears to make it work, but the
over styling goes against her.
Both the headband and bag feel unnecessary here.
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