There’s been plenty of drama and rumours floating around regarding the backend of Olivia Wilde’s new film Don’t Worry Darling starring Harry Styles and Florence Pugh but one thing is for sure – they sure do know how to look good on the red carpet.
Presenting a united front at the Venice Film Festival overnight, Wilde, Styles and Pugh were joined by cast mates Chris Pine, Gemma Chan, Nick Kroll and Sydney Chandler and everyone take note – this is how you look when you want to take control of the narrative.
Since arriving in Venice Harry Styles has been repping his relationship with Gucci, wearing his collaboration capsule HA HA HA on his first day. For the red carpet premier, it was a sea of blue for the English singer – a nice primary colour compliment to his “never been public” partner Olivia Wilde’s yellow.
For his part, Pine shook up the black tie concept by ditching black and white for brown and cream and frankly, it was perfect. Dressed by Ralph Lauren, Pine’s jacket and bow-tie were in keeping for the red carpet, but swapping out black for brown made it perfect for an Italian summer.
This, lads, is how you dress formal for the summer.
Toe be fair, since arriving in Venice, Pine has been knocking it out of the park. The 42-year-old has always had a flair for colour in his personal style – who can forget that mango and orange get up he wore to Comic Con in 2018 – and it looks like he’s embracing his flamboyance as he gets older. At a photocall with co-star Gemma Chan, he combined wide legged red trousers with a simple white shirt and oversized coat. It was giving old money off to Montecarlo vibes.
The cherry on the cake was the five minute standing ovation that Don’t Worry Darling actually got at the end, despite all the drama that has plagued it. Good work team.