Tuesday, April 23, 2019

'Avengers: Endgame' LA Premiere Wrap-up

Yesterday evening(April 22nd) the Avengers: Endgame premiere took place at the LA Convention Center in LA. To see all of the celeb looks, click HERE and continue below for the wrap-up. 

Brie Larson looked simply beautiful wearing a custom lilac CELINE dress, which she dressed up with IRENE NEUWIRTH jewelry. The jewelry was an ode to Thanos stone glove in the film.  I was hoping that she wore something bold & fun from the Rodarte collection, but this is still a stunning, sultry look. 

Gwyneth Paltrow served up some leg action wearing a black mini dress and blazer from her Goop, G-LABEL collection. With that scarf neckline, her hair should have been completely off-the-shoulder.

Scarlett Johansson worked the slit on her strapless VERSACE crystal beaded dress, which stopped just below the knees. The bustier dress is a little tight on the bust, but she is serving sexy and this is her best in a while. Just like Brie, ScarJo also paid homage to the film by wearing SONIA BOYAJIAN jewelry.

Chris Evans wore a custom SALVATORE FERRAGAMO suit, which he teamed with CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN shoes. I love the combination of the mint shirt with the blue.

Anthony Mackie stepped out in a ETRO blue double plaid suit & vest, which was styled with a purple plaid shirt & tie, and brown shoes.

Chris Hemsworth also chose a suit by ETRO. His blue paisley suit & shirt, were styled with a black tie and shoes. I feel like he needed to go up a size but I am glad that he chose a interesting piece.

Evangeline Lily stepped out in a DENIS GAGNON red silk power suit which was a good look but unfortunately pants needed to hemmed.

Elizabeth Henstridge wore a lovely MONIQUE LHUILLIER ombre tulle halter, high-low hem dress, featuring a ruffle neckline and velvet waist sash.

Elizabeth Olsen ALEXANDRE VAUTHIER PRE-FALL 2019 teal crystal beaded dress feel so familiar and not because it's a signature of the designer but because she has already worn a very similar dress from his collection.

Bridgid Coulter posed in a navy cutout dress, with husband Don Cheadle wore was wearing a STRONG SUIT. His look was topped off with vibrant white sneakers.

Liam Hemsworth was on hand to support brother Chris Hemsworth wearing a simple black SAINT LAURENT suit. It's like he didn't even try.

Miley Cyrus also wore a look by SAINT LAURENT. Her black strapless, velvet dress, featured a cutout embellished neckline. Although it's really not visible in this image, I think she over accessorized with the jewelry, mainly the rings.

Katherine Schwarzenegger joined Chris Pratt wearing a MONIQUE LHUILLIER FALL 2018 bronze one-shoulder, shimmery gown with an slit detail. If I had to nitpick, I wish the hair was completely off-the-shoulders.

Chris Pratt kept it simple in a black two-piece suit, which was accessorized with an white button down shirt, a grey printed tie and pocket square. Those pants needed to be tailored better. TOD'S shoes topped off his look.

Lydia Hearst coordinated with the carpet wearing a tie-dye dress, which was belted at the waist from the BALMAIN RESORT 2019 collection. With a statement piece like this, an off-the-shoulder hairstyle would have been ideal. GIUSEPPE ZANOTTI sandals rounded out her look.

Chloe Bennet bold orange hue made her stand out on the purple. Her BLUMARINE SPRING 2019 crisscross halter gown, featured a cutout waist and double split. This is a cute dress but the fit of the bodice is off. KALLATI earrings, MARCO BICEGO rings and center part waves finished up her look.

Emma Fuhrmann wore an ELIZABETH KENNEDY SPRING 2018 black gown which featured a strapless bustier floral peplum top and a black floor length skirt with an short sweeping train in the back.

Olivia Holt stepped out in a MONSE RESORT 2019 ensemble featuring a black off-the-shoulder satin panel jacket and black silk, pleated drape panel trousers, that revealed a stripe panel. The pieces are cut but together on Olivia, this is not a great look. Also the pants needed to be hemmed.

Credit: InstarImages, Vogue.com

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