On the night of April 16 the Westworld cast reunited for the red carpet premiere of Season 2. Each cast member showed their unique personalities through some truly incredible fashion. The Delos Portrait Studio was brought online (Heh. See what I did there?) to capture fun, chic poses and turn them into very entertaining clips.
As fans, we tend to follow our favorite actors off the screen and onto the streets. Their fashion tastes influences ours. Watching the red carpet step-and-repeat, we react viscerally at the first sight of their dresses, suits and accessories. The Westworld cast showed up in individual designer fashion ensembles and we loved it! In Part 1 of this two-part article, we’ll be covering what the ladies wore. In Part 2 we’ll cover the guys.
That being said, head on over to HBO’s official Instagram account to see the veterans of Season 1, the Season 2 newcomers and Co-Creators/Executive Producers/Directors Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy and Composer Ramin Djawadi.
Which Delos Portrait Studio videos are your favorites? Mine was the dynamic duo of Ben Barnes and Jeffrey Wright. Let me know by commenting below!
Always delighted to see pants worn on the red carpet, I was thrilled to see Evan Rachel Wood and Thandie Newton arrived in these fitted styles. Evan wore an altered version of an Altuzarra runway look. Her beige striped, 3 piece was perfect for Evan who leans towards tailored suiting. The pocket watch and chain reminds me Dr. Ford’s clothing style. Thandie must have walked straight off the Osman runway and onto the carpet in her jewel-toned brocade print outfit. The peplum skirt adds the right amount of femininity to this fearless outfit.
Angela, Kiki and Ingrid bring the romance
The modern romance looks came courtesy of Angela Sarafyan, Kiki Sukezane and Ingrid Bolsø Berdal. Angela wore a white sequin, plunging neckline gown by Honor. Kiki arrived in a Francesco Paolosalerno featuring pleated satin inserts which added a perfect pop of Spring color to her black gown. Ingrid Bolsø Berdal chose an olive-green gown by J. Mendel. This is one of the most uniquely wearable dresses I’ve seen this year. The candy colored metallic pieces woven throughout the gown was a genius move.
The bold looks came courtesy of Tao Okamoto, Shannon Woodward and Julia Jones. Tao wore a sheer, garden-motif Ellie Saab dress. This dress reminds me of beautiful stained glass panels. Shannon’s silver beaded, black dress had geometric design elements. The triangle neckline and bodice’s square cutouts make for a unique combination. I could’ve done without the center slit. I feel it visually halts the flow of the hemline’s ornate beading. The designer of this dress is currently unknown. Julia’s strapless Oscar de la Renta dress with raised red floral embroidery was effortlessly chic. It was a standout all on its own.
Which of these outfits would you wear or not wear? Let me know by commenting below!