Make no mistake: yes a large number of chats About Don’t worry, baby, the second film from director Olivia Wilde, as tension surrounding the film and its stars — among them Florence Pugh, Harry Styles and Chris Pine — flared up during the Venice Film Festival premiere this weekend. via. Set in the charming seaside setting of Venice, the noisy silences, Expectations are speculatedand the pointed Instagram captions take on a new layer of rust, turning the whole deal into a sort of dramatic, high-fashion Vécrité spectacle.
But there’s one thing we don’t need to worry about Don’t worry, baby front view: boring red carpet fashion. The film’s main men — Styles, Pine, along with comedian Nick Kroll — each wear their own chic, classic, and elegant outfits.
Styles and Pine, who more or less exchanged a strangely paradoxical interaction after the footage was recorded, wore almost opposite interpretations of the retro-modern suit to the premiere. Style, still in his man Harry’s House a bag, rolled up in Gucci from head to toe; exaggerated lapels about the size of ice cream cones (sugar, not waffles) of his baby blue shirt overlaid on the sides of a jacket, exaggerated blue shoulders his seawater, it all feels a lot like Harry Goes Gucci to Hollywood. (Wilde, who is dating Styles, also wore a full Gucci suit, and the label’s creative director Alessandro Michele walked the carpet.) Kroll, introduced a third blue color to the combination. with her cobalt Dolce & Gabbana suit.
Meanwhile, Pine continues his track record as a Hollywood man most free gentleman in a cocoa brown Ralph Lauren jacket and matching bow tie, as well as a pair of vintage Ray-Bans become the focal point of the film. But that’s another worry for another day.