This week had us seeing double with the amount of celebs who wore matching outfits to parties. Kim and Kourtney Kardashian channeled their witchy sides in all-black leather and velvet. The Instagram duo and self-proclaimed “matching couple” Young Emperors, took their twinning to new heights in head-to-toe tan vegan leather. And Tag Warner and Vincint Cannady lit up the GAY TIMES Honours 500 in shimmery suits reminiscent of Timothée’s Tin Man moment. Who wore the best look? Scroll to see everyone, below.
What’s Really at the End of a Rainbow: Chadwick Boseman
At the 21 Bridges New York screening at AMC Lincoln Square Theater.
Best All-Black Everything: Dree Hemingway
At the launch of Emilia Wickstead Nightwear with Matches Fashion.
Best Toxic Slime Look: Blanca Miró
At the Vasquiat opening in Soho hosted by Blanca Miró.
Most Likely to Start Their Own Coven: Kim and Kourtney Kardashian
At the Violet Grey x Victoria Beckham Beauty L.A. Dinner.
Most Likely to Ask for a Martini ‘Shaken, Not Stirred’: John Legend
At P&G’s “Talk About Bias — Be a Catalyst for Change” livestream event.
Best Nonchalant Neutrals: Young Emperors
At Alexander Wang Presents Its Sinfully Wang holiday activation at the New York flagship store.
Daintiest Accessories: Carini Louchiey
At the after-party for The Song of Names, hosted by Sony Pictures Classics and the Cinema Society at Omar’s La Boîte.
Most Likely to Catch Disco Fever: Tag Warner and Vincint Cannady
At the GAY TIMES Honours 500 at Magazine London.
Preppiest Layers: Daisy Haddigan and Anaa Saber
At the “Somewhere” by Maggie Marilyn launch preview and dinner.
Best ’80s-Inspired Suit: Ralph Souffrant
At a Nowaday x Drew Barrymore launch at Dear Irving Gramercy.
Most Creative Use of Organza: Pari Ehsan
At a pre–Miami Art Week dinner hosted by Equinox Hotels.
Most Likely to Put the ‘Suit’ in ‘Jumpsuit’:Tyler Emmons and Renato Dicent
At “Bergdorf Good Times” holiday 2019 windows unveiling with private fête at Fifth Avenue Flagship.