Hunter Schafer in Schiaparelli: A
This Schiaparelli hand-painted couture gown is both extremely high fashion and also could believably have been in the movie’s costume department. Schaefer’s natural beauty look accentuates the Mother Earth appeal of the ensemble. It doesn’t appear the most comfortable dress, but couture is worth not being able to sit down.
Tom Blyth black tank: A-
A spaghetti-strap tight black tank top paired with fitted black pants? Yes, please. The inspiration for this classic ensemble ranges from an Argentinian tango instructor to Italian waiter — and it brings some sex appeal to the red carpet.
Rachel Zegler in black and red dress: B+
This has a big Goth glam appeal to it that works perfectly with the cinematic, fantastical nature of this particular carpet. Referencing Katniss’ famous flaming dress, the red silk skirt enhances the drama. We’re also big fans of the makeup and hair drama combo.
Tom Blyth London premiere: C-
This boxy ill-fitting white blazer paired with black pants and business-ready belt comes across as the before picture of a James Bond makeover. The curly bangs only add granola.
Rachel Zegler L.A.: C+
The corset detailing and draping on the sleeve give this a medieval feel, yet the beige shade keeps things modern. That said, it’s hard to get excited about beige. All it needs is a different hairstyle and it would then be a Halloween costume.
Hunter Schafer London look: A
This is yet another chapter of the red carpet becoming an extension of the movie’s fantasy world. The gold metallic blended with black bows gives a retro galactic vibe, while at the same time being very movie star.