I watched Season 1 of The Politician almost as soon as it came out. I was hooked. It was fantastic. It was all of the camp of your typically Ryan Murphy production with a great political twist. It captivated me. So when it was over I was already craving a second season. So I am happy that in the midst of TV and Movie drought, since I’ve binged pretty much everything new out there, that we are getting a second season so soon after the first was released. The new season will start streaming tomorrow which means that a red carpet would most likely have already happened to celebrate the new season. I am hoping that as California starts to re-open that soon we will have some red carpet premieres happening. But until then we we will continue to dream about the red carpets that could have been. Ben Platt has always been one to push the envelope on fashion, but unfortunately the looks just don’t usually pan out that well. I want him to have a major fashion moment because I know he could. So when I was looking at looks for him I fell in love with the idea of him wearing this burgundy Azzaro Spring 2020 Couture two button double breasted suit which features black abstract fringe detail embroidery across the blazer and on one of the pant legs. The cut of the suit is definitely more along the lines of a classic menswear fashion moment, but the embroidery is what makes this an envelope pushing fashion moment. The look is definitely something I would see Ben wearing, but the styling from the runway isn’t right for him. Instead a crisp black button up, a skinny black silk tie, and a pair of black leather Christian Louboutin ‘Roadie’ chelsea boots would add the perfect finishing touches to this look. I LOVED Gwyneth Paltrow’s character in The Politician and I cannot wait to see what is in store for her in season 2. When it comes to her fashion I have been VERY disappointed with pretty much everything Gwynie has delivered on the red carpet. So in my wish for what could have been at a premiere is this aqua blue and celadon A.W.A.K.E Mode pleated asymmetric sleeveless crepe dress. I have been obsessed with the idea of seeing Gwyneth wearing this A.W.A.K.E Mode dress since it was first presented. I feel like it speaks to her more simplistic side while still being quite the avant garde creation. It definitely wouldn’t be an easy look to pull off, but I do think that Gwyneth could do it. Styled with a sleek high ponytail, defined eyes, bright pink lips, a turquoise mother of pearl Rafe ‘Stella’ minaudiere clutch bag with a tassel, silver Alaia ‘Bombe’ stud snakeskin ankle wrap sandals, and a selection of major Buccellati High Jewelry including a pair of ‘Macri’ Pendant earrings in white and yellow gold with white gold bezels set with diamonds and a complimentary “Oasi” cuff bracelet with a statement aquamarine set in white gold and yellow gold openwork I know that Gwyneth would have had her best red carpet moment in a really long time. Lucy Boynton is definitely a style star I love to see on the red carpet. Since her breakout thanks to Bohemian Rhapsody last year I have followed her quirky sense of style closely. I wanted to go for something super eclectic for Lucy so when I saw this Rodarte Fall 2020 RTW purple, blue, and black sequined ensemble which features a short puff sleeve crop top jacket and a pair of high waisted slim fit straight leg pants I knew it would have been a major moment for her to have brought to life on the red carpet at this premiere. It is definitely a little more 90’s grunge than the lighter bohemian looks we are used to seeing Lucy wearing on the red carpet, but she is very much a style chameleon and I think it does work with what have come to expect from her. I think that a wavy bob, thick midnight blue smokey eyes, soft pink lips, a black Jimmy Choo ‘Callie’ feather covered chain strap bag, and a pair of black satin Roger Vivier ‘Twinkle Star’ embellished strappy slingback platform chunky heel sandals would have definitely add the perfect finishing touches to this ensemble. Finishing out today’s wishes is the gorgeous Zoey Deutch. I LOVE seeing this lady on the red carpet and in the last year she has really grown into a major red carpet heavy hitter. I think that the hooded robins egg blue Valentino Couture couture gown that she wore at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party showcased this perfectly. Now while she hasn’t worn Alexandre Vauthier on the red carpet before I was drawn to the idea of he red headed actress wearing this pistachio green strapless tiered ruffled a-line mid calf cocktail dress from his Spring 2020 Couture collection on this red carpet. I can’t recall ever seeing Zoey wearing this color of green on the red carpet before, but the way this look comes to life in my mind I was easily sold on the idea of it. This dress itself is a statement all on its own so I would have finished it with a sleek retro updo, defined eyes, soft pink lips, a pair of melon green metallic leather Miu Miu strappy crystal embellished slingback sandals, and a collar necklace in 18k yellow gold with mixed-cut diamonds over 40 total carats from the 2019 Tiffany & Co. Blue Book Collection to have made this a major glamour moment for Zoey to have brought to life on the red carpet.