Somehow, it is possible to pregnant Jennifer Lawrence’s return to the red carpetIn a shimmering gold gown, she was able to get upstaged by an unexpected style icon: Jonah Hill.
It was the premiere Netflix’s upcoming film “Don’t Look Up” brought out all the stars of the ridiculously stacked cast, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep, Tyler Perry, Kid Cudi and Lawrence, to New York City on Sunday night.
Hill and Sarah Brady were the center of attention as they made red carpet debuts as a pair in identical Gucci pantsuits. Hill and Brady wore the same suit, embellished with funky lapel pins and gold buttons. Hill, however, opted for a simple shirt.
They were completely committed to wearing the outfit from head to tail. The couple made it official in September when they announced their relationship.
Hill described the ensemble as “glam space twins” in an Instagram postHe then went on to exclaim about his girlfriend.
“Thank you for being the most supportive and best human,” he wrote. “I love you.”
In the following: separate post, Brady, who works as a surf instructor and photographer, returned the favor, writing, “Not surprised you’ve helped create another amazing film for the world. I love you SO MUCH and was honored to be your date.”
The “Wolf of Wall Street” star confirmed his relationshipBrady with Gianna Santos in an adorable Instagram photo. This was months after he ended his engagement to her. After being engaged for a little over one year, Santos and Brady split in October 2020.
Hill and Brady made it a point to be sartorially compatible ever since, posting photos on social media of them in matching outfits.
As for Hill’s emergence as a fashion force, the actor said he came into his own after realizing he could “define my own personal style.”
“It’s really hard when you’re overweight to dress a certain way, because clothes aren’t made for people who are overweight to have style,” he told GQIt will be back in 2020. “So, I think it surprises people. Even now, I’ll overhear someone discussing my place in the fashion world or whatever, and people are like, ‘That guy? The schlubby guy from ‘Superbad?’”
“For me, that was a big turning point of realizing: okay, be yourself,” he added. “You don’t have to be anything you don’t want to be. And if you’re really interested in fashion then you should be, don’t push that away. Lean into it.”