Seth Rogen will convince you to buy a velvet suit
Now is a good time to be Seth Rogen. Our guy just started a cannabis business, an upcoming book, a nice touch in ceramics – and, you know, that flourishing career in Hollywood. He also has one (1) brand new velvet suit, which he pulled out for this weekend’s MTV Movie Awards. And what better look could there be to help you return to a semi-formal awards show style? The velvet is cozy. Chelsea boots slip on perfectly. This flaming pink button reminds people that you’re not stuffy (like the Austin Powers quality costume doesn’t make it clear). In short: an award-winning costume expertly executed, and at a time when appropriate red carpet wear remains a widely open question. Whether it’s ceramics, high-end cardigans, or ’60s swing costumes, Rogen proves that you underestimate her huge taste at your peril.
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A wild print from the 70s! A crossed silhouette with a massive cuff! Flared pants! Sneakers! Any of these would have been enough for an ordinary person. Harry Styles doesn’t do it regularly.
Jaren Jackson Jr.
JJJ’s Memphis Grizzlies competed in the NBA Playoffs Play-In Tournament, so we’ll assume he was testing out this holiday outfit for every time the Grizz season ends.
The seldom seen – but deeply enviable red carpet look.
The Spurs guard takes Jerry Lorenzo’s new wave Fear of God model – super luxury, super easy, super cool – and works with it.
The Haim sisters
Another week another example of female celebrities rocking the The Row womenswear we’d love to own.
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Vibes Tony Soprano, in the best possible way.
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