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Originally Posted by SkinnyGoomba View Post

Eddie Redmayne knocked it out of the park

Looked like he was wearing a pair of velvet slippers with his suit.
post #77 of 136
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Originally Posted by MrDaniels View Post

Nicholson looks like went blindfolded into a Goodwill and just started grabbing things.

It's Jack.

I really wanted to hear more from him than the first lady.
post #78 of 136
Wooster looking pretty awful in the background here...

post #79 of 136
What background?
post #80 of 136
Eddie Redmayne
post #81 of 136
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Originally Posted by steffenbp11 View Post

Wooster looking pretty awful in the background here...


Is that Kiera Knightley..?

Wooster looks like more of a clown than usual. Wow.
post #82 of 136
I can't believe NW gets a ticket to the Oscars. But seeing him there dressed like that...crackup[1].gif
post #83 of 136
I never realized this before but is Nick Wooster 4'11"?
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He's short but not that short. Like 5'5"
post #85 of 136
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Originally Posted by unbelragazzo View Post

He's short but not that short. Like 5'5"

Then he should not be having any trouble at all getting trousers of the correct length. What's the inside leg on those trousers in the picture? 16"?
post #86 of 136
Idk but I agree it looks terrible. He looks way worse than Tarantino IMHO.
post #87 of 136
Wooster loves his ankles just a little too much.
post #88 of 136
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Originally Posted by benjamin831 View Post

What background?

+1



CroppedTFY
post #89 of 136
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Originally Posted by Willin View Post

Is that Kiera Knightley..?

Samantha Barks
post #90 of 136
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Originally Posted by bourbonbasted View Post

Again, I know everyone here loves drawing parallels between their clothing and pomp or circumstance. However, you need to realize that there are some people who don't care or don't know, just like the rest of the world. Assuming that a celebrity would know better or care to learn makes assumptions based on their cultural position, which I initially said is a flawed view.

 

This is a very good point. I think it's important to remember that just by being on this forum, SFers care more about clothing than 95% of the male population. And while many celebrities would typically be more invested in their overall appearance, this isn't universal. Some (many) people just don't care, celebrity or otherwise.

 

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Originally Posted by benjamin831 View Post

Eddie Redmayne

 

I thought his tux looked good as well, and the velvet shoes were an interesting touch. I'm surprised that no one has flipped out about the inch of shirt visible under his button in that photo. Does that mean that he didn't go with a vest or cumberbund but still looked good?

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