This Is How You Make a Red-Carpet Debut as a Couple

Jonah Hill and Sarah Brady Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Netflix

There is an art to the celebrity-couple red-carpet appearance. Bennifer knows this. Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox know this. However, Jonah Hill and his girlfriend, surfer Sarah Brady, redefined what it means to make your red-carpet debut as a couple at last night’s premiere of Don’t Look Up. Per their example, all celebrities and their significant others must wear the same outfit to formal events. I do not make the rules; Jonah Hill does.

Sunday night, Hill and Brady, who confirmed they were dating in September, wore matching powder-blue suits complete with coordinating lapel pins and necklaces. Underneath the suit jacket? No shirt. On their feet? Identical turquoise loafers. Head to toe, the look is incredible. And to see it twice? Stunning. No notes. All other celebrity couples should take heed.

Imagine, if you will, Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker in matching leather suits. It’s not a difficult image to conjure up! Now think of the possibilities for Zoë Kravitz and Channing Tatum. Nearly endless, no? While we mentally will Chris Evans and Lizzo to just date already, let’s also manifest a red-carpet debut where they both wear something assless. I could stop there, but why would I? Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick should wear matching tutus for the And Just Like That … premiere. Put Zendaya and Tom Holland in that nude Balmain dress. As a treat, you may spend the rest of today thinking about what Pete Davidson and Kim Kardashian West would for their matching red-carpet debut. You’re welcome!

This Is How You Make a Red-Carpet Debut as a Couple