Wednesday, June 22, 2022

'Westworld' NY Premiere

The cast of HBO's 'Westworld stepped out yesterday evening(June 21st) in New York for the season 4 premiere which took place at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center.

Tessa Thompson struck a pose in the INTERIOR FALL 2022 'Callisto' translucent, fluid gown with a cutout, bow back. The futuristic tone was perfect for this premiere but this crinkle, silk metal fabric is not working for me. She looked beautiful in general though. REZA jewelry and a flawless beauty look finished up her look.  

James Marsden went the simple route, rocking a navy DOLCE & GABBANA suit which was styled with a white basic tee and a grey belt & shoes. 

Aaron Paul also wore DOLCE & GABBANA and it's unfortunate that his white double-breasted suit is overshadowed by creases. However I feel the white loafers don't work here. 

Evan Rachel Wood wore a pretty blue, ZUHAIR MURAD SPRING 2022 silk-chiffon, cutout dress with flowing draped panels in the back. I would have loved to see her wearing the matching sandals or silver metallic. However I think the main issue here is the head styling because it doesn't compliment the dress. FRED LEIGHTON jewelry finished up her look. 

Angela Sarafyan looked beautiful in a mint one-shoulder, layered gown with was accessorized with EFFY jewelry. However, I do think the draped panel across the bust & shoulder wasn't needed. 

Ariana DeBose wore a vintage JOHN GALLIANO red floor length dress from SHRIMPTON COUTURE. The ruffle short sleeves added playful movement while the silver sequin, design added some sparkle but I just don't think this works on her. 

Emily Somers wore vintage also. Her ALBERT NIPON red silk and printed panel halter dress was belted at the waist. I would swap out the black sandals for silver metallic.

Zane Phillips
wore a TEDDY VONRANSON SPRING 2022 suit and he easily stood out. Instead of wearing white sneakers, he opted for stripe espadrilles slip-ons. 

Jeffrey Wright
wore a PAUL SMITH suit and I like this color on him but he needed to go up a size or two. 

Credit: InstarImages, Interior,

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