Somehow, the return of pregnant Jennifer Lawrence to the red carpet in a shiny gold dress was overshadowed by an unexpected style icon at the time: John Hill.
The upcoming Netflix movie “Don’t Look Up” premiered all the stars of an incredibly complex cast including Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep, Tyler Perry, Kid Cadi and Lawrence in New York City on Sunday night.
But all eyes were on Hill and his girlfriend Sarah Brady as they debuted on the red carpet as a couple in identical blue Gucci pantsuits. Beneath the suits, which were decorated with gold buttons and funny lapel pins, both were shirtless, with Hill fully revealing his chest tattoo.
Fully committed from head to toe, the couple, who revealed their relationship in September, finished off the look with matching turquoise jacquard mules from Manolo Blahnik.
Hill described the ensemble as “glamorous space twins” in an Instagram post in which he talked about his new girlfriend.
“Thank you for being the most responsive and best person,” he wrote. “I love you.”
In a separate post, Brady, who works as a surf instructor and photographer, responded to this suggestion by writing, “Not surprised you helped create another awesome movie for the world. I love YOU SO, and it was an honor to be with you on a date. “
The Wolf of Wall Street star confirmed his relationship with Brady in a cute Instagram post earlier this year, months after ending his engagement to girlfriend Gianna Santos. He and Santos parted ways in October 2020, just over a year after their engagement.
Since then, Hill and Brady have acquired some dress syncing habit, sharing photos of themselves in matching outfits on social media.
Regarding Hill’s emergence as a fashion force, the actor said he came to his senses after realizing he could “define my own style.”
“When you are overweight, it is very difficult to dress in a certain way because clothes are not designed for overweight people to have style,” he told GQ back in 2020. “I think it surprises people. Even now, I overhear someone discussing my place in the fashion world or elsewhere, and people are like, “This guy? The naughty guy from Superbad? “
“It was a big turning point for me when I realized: okay, be yourself,” he added. “You don’t have to be who you don’t want to be. And if you are really interested in fashion, then you should be interested in it, don’t push it away. Lean on this. “