Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Hail, Caesar! LA Premiere Wrap-up

Along with Jenna Dewan, Alison Pil, Amal & George Clooney & Channing Tatum hit the red carpet yesterday evening at the Hail, Caesar! premiere at the Regency Village Theater in Westwood, CA. 

Alison Pil wore a TALBOT RUNHOF PRE-FALL 2016 strapless purple floral jacquard dress. While I thought this was a great look, a simple ankle strap sandal would have been the ideal choice here over her black pumps. 

Amal Clooney was on hand to support hubby George, wore a GIAMBATTISTA VALLI COUTURE white & red floral embroidered flare mini dress. Again, a simple ankle strap sandal would have worked better here over her silver metallic DIOR pumps but the look is very tween which is something that she seems to always gravitate towards. A matching red lip and a curly up-do completed her look. 

George Clooney kept it simple in a charcoal grey two-piece suit which he paired with a black knit turtleneck and black shiny oxfords. I just wish the suit was a bit more neater because all those creases are a bit distracting. 

Channing Tatum wore a ERMENGILDO ZEGNA COUTURE COLLECTION three-piece grey plaid suit styled with an grey tie, a white shirt & pocket square and shiny oxfords. Ugh, just like George, those creases & wrinkles 
really takes away from his look. 

Credit: StarTraks Photo



  1. What is it with Amal and juvenile dresses... The little sweet GV dress is way too "little girl" for her. It doesn't suit you, give up.
    Alison - better, good fit and silhouette, also wish she opted for more inspiring shoes instead of the dull pumps.
    Both men could've done better, but Channing of the 2.

    1. I agree, besides that why would one wear a Couture Spring number at Winter? It looks silly and "newcomer". Also, it is too similar to the dress she wore in Italy after getting married. I like her a lot, but this outing was totally wrong.

  2. Alison could've killed it with that dress but the styling to me isn't good. Boring hair, boring shoes and I feel like something is missing.

    Amal tends to dress a bit too twee sometimes, the dress after her wedding wasn't as twee but this looks a bit like the other one.

    The guys could've been better.

    By the way, Cheryl, great job covering events and expressing your comments with the posts. I have just started reading you about a month or so and so far I am pleased with how well you have been doing it.