Attention all Curb fans: Season 11 debuts this Sunday, October 24 on HBO Max. Last night, the cast made their way to L.A.’s red carpet premiere and gave fashion their best shot. We ranked the looks from best to worst, so prep your eyes.
J.B. Smoove was looking tall, dark and handsome at the Curb Your Enthusiasm premiere.
Susie is looking GOOD in her double-breasted dress, with lace details in the arms. One of our favorite parts of "Curb" is the Larry/Susie brawls, which often end with Susie kicking Larry out of her house. As far as fashion goes, Susie has the upper hand. Susie, consider this a bit of ammo for your next fight with Larry.
Marques Ray was wearing some fall neutrals at the premiere, keeping it simple.
Reid Scott layered a handsome deep brown suede jacket, pairing nicely with dark brown shoes.
Rachael Harris wore a strapless little black dress, with an amazing choice of heels.
Elon Gold opted for a head to to taupe look and he looks sharp!
Jeff brought his own camera to the red carpet: we love it. It's so precious and fun! We're sure he was in sweatpants within the hour. But he was looking good on the carpet!
Oh, Cheryl, this peplum top or dress is not the wave. The length of it is awkward, making us unsure if it's supposed to be a dress or not. The pants underneath don't help the confusion.
Kevin Nealon munching on his mask has us wondering what possessed him to do that. Maybe he was trying to distract us from his boring outfit?
Patton Oswalt's got a lot going on here: a salmon shirt under a polka-dotted blue button-up, with a light grey sports coat. If he was going for the "I just threw some clothes on at the last minute" look, he succeeded. Maybe no one told him that there was going to be a red carpet?
Susie once said to Larry, 'Who ever said you had taste, Mr. Hush Puppies Rumpled Suit Look?" Larry did clean up kind of nicely here... but looks more and more like Ebenezer Scrooge every year. Larry! Maybe try the Patrick Stewart route: just shave the rest of what hair you have left please! Although, on the other hand, do we really want a fashion-forward Larry David?