Let’s check out what all the stars wore to the Star Wars: The Force Awakens premiere last night.
If it’s a red carpet event, there must be designer duds, and fashion! Whether you managed to watch the LiveStream last night online or on the pop up channel on Verizon FIOS, or you’re just waking up today to discovered you missed it, we’ve got all the looks from last night’s carpet for the judging. Line up A Listers and those of you who wish you were in the movie stars. Let’s see how you did.
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‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ film premiere, Los Angeles, America – 14 Dec 2015
Best dress on the carpet goes to Fashionista Gwendoline Christine who wore a custom Oscar De La Renta, and knocked everyone as dead as if she’s shot them as Captain Phasma.
Daisy Ridley worked the fresh-face ingenue angle with her choice of Chloe and Christian Louboutin shoes with orange bottoms instead of red. (For BB-8, natch!)
So many men fear color on the carpet and show up looking like a bunch of vaguely ill-fitted penguins. Not Boyega. He showed up in a purple Versace suit. It’s so good I almost fogive him the single glove.
Luptia Nyong’o is a red carpet staple attendee for the Best Dressed list. This time she wore couture Alexandre Vauthier.
The good thing with Adam Driver’s outfit is that it’s not ill fitting. But his wife is the scene stealer here.
Oscar Isaac clearly took notes from Boyega. The blue isn’t that daring, but it’s so good to see a lack of black tuxes on the carpet.
Carrie Fisher has not given a single (ahem) for about two decades now. And though she is clearly thrilled to be a part of the new movie, some things aren’t about to change.
Harrison Ford is much like Fisher, but he has Flockhart on his arm to make him behave. (Actually, he’s behaved quite well the whole press tour.)
Mark Hamill, rounding out the original stars of the original trilogy. I’m inclined to forgive the carf, but not the way the shirt fits with the collar that’s obviously open because it does not fit.
Peter Mayhew and Anthony Daniels, in one of the few times you’ll see their faces.
Max von Sydow is just thrilled to be a part of this.
Domhnall Gleeson, ill-fitting penguinville.
Andy Serkis want to make sure that when Ryan Seacrest opens the phone lines you text your vote for Episode VII.
George Lucas wore jeans. It’s not like he’s making money off this.
The Old Guard, standing together for the fans. (It’s also a really good picture of Carrie because she’s not posing.)
George Lucas was just ordered to go stand by that JJ person.
As we saw above, Anthony FDaniels is not actually inside the C-3P0 suit.
The old droids were ovbershadowed by BB-8’s new design anyway. Gyroscopic movement is big for Winter 2015. You heard it here first.
Carrie Fisher’s daughter Billie more designer Reem Acra. Clearly her mother’s dislike of red carpets was not hereditary.
And now, the other stars who showed up, even though they’re not in the movie.
Elizabeth Banks, who is looking for franchise work now that The Hunger Games are over.
If it’s a Disney backed carpet, Zendaya will be on it.
Sara Hyland in Kaufman Franco. She doesn’t have a franchise yet everyone!
Gina Rodrigez, looking like a black and white Go tile.
Janelle Monae. Her Cyborg persona Cindi from her albums obviously chose her outfit from Erevos Aether.
And finally Joseph Gordon-Levitt cosplayed Yoda. God bless him.
Make sure to check out the entire Star Wars Force Awakens cast list.