Idris Elba Rocks a Silky Mauve Suit and Louboutin Loafers at Last Night Luther Premiere

It’s official: The days of the boring black suit are over, at least in Hollywood. Idris Elba stepped out for the Luther: The Fallen Sun movie premiere last night in a style that’s the ideal follow-up to all the playful menswear he’s seen on the SAG Awards red carpet lately: a mauve satin suit that’s the perfect picture of modern luxury. Is.

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From Pedro Pascal’s pops of color on various red carpets, men wearing bright colors — and especially even shades of pink — have appeared on the celebrity fashion scene lately. Elba continued the trend with her brightly colored look for last night’s premiere. Elba, who attended the event with wife Sabrina, dressed in a stunning satin mauve buttonless suit by stylist Cheryl Conteh that featured an oversized collar and a plunging neckline. had a pleated front, which she paired with Christian Louboutin’s high-sheen leather No Penny loafers, currently available for $945. , and no socks. The suit appears to be from an upcoming fashion line called Eve of Winston, which stylist Conteh teased on her Instagram page.

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Its world premiere at BFI IMAX Waterloo

The movie Luther is a Netflix follow-up to the popular detective series starring Elba that aired between 2010 and 2019. Last night, the long-awaited continuation of the series celebrated its global premiere at London’s BFI IMAX Waterloo, where cast members Elba, Cynthia Erivo, Andy Serkis and others gave red carpet interviews celebrating the release – during which Elba told Good Morning Britain that he would love to see the story continued in a series of films.

The Fallen Sun’s Logline Film Series

The logline for Luthor: The Fallen Son describes the film as “an epic continuation” of the series in which “a gruesome serial killer terrorizes London while the brilliant but disgraced detective John Luthor sits behind bars.” The film will be streaming on Netflix from March 10.

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