OnlyOnAOL: Stars Discuss All Things Trend On 'Zoolander No . 2' Red Floor Covering

Typically the Zoolander Number 2 premiere was a catwalk show and red carpet event all rolled as one. The star-studded event was complete with floor-length gowns, many photographers and every big name from Will Ferrell to Jennifer Aniston to be able to Neil deGgrasse Tyson.

Despite the fact that the film pokes enjoyable at the style industry, main players such as Marc Jacobs, Alexander Wang, Tommy Hilfiger, Valentino plus Anna Wintour assisted within the making of the movie. With fashion virtually being its own character in the movie, because the films outfit designer Leesa Evans attested, we were about to die to know just how interested in style the films stars are perhaps.

Some of the more consciously fashion-forward names all of us spoke with on the reddish carpet have been supermodel Martha Hunt and actor Nathan Lee Graham.

Hunt appeared as stunning as ever, rocking a sparkly dark-colored mini dress by Vince Camuto together with Vince Camuto heeled shoes. An industry vet, the 510 Victorias Magic formula Angel publicly stated that she prefers to keep her individual style easy when off of the red carpet. The more mature I obtain, I just search for classic pieces to mix together with fun jewellery, she said. Mostly vintage T-shirts and jeans with accessories.

As for Graham, who plays Mugatus abused assistant, Todd, in the film, he likes to keep things fabulous at all times, and his favorite look is all black everything. Listen, he said. I love black, and its not only because Im a New Yorker. But black just always looks good on everyone and you can put it on year round, all seasons.

The fashionable actor recommends that everyone, male and female, own a pleasant pair of black boots, a black blazer, a black coat and a crisp white shirt. AND! he added, My big go-to for every outfit in the world? A scarf. Throughout the year, just change the weight.

We also spoke with Skrillex and Fred Armisen, both trendsetters in their own right. Skrillex, since the dawn of his music career, has paved the way for alternative dressers everywhere. I'm like Ive dressed the same way for quite a while, you know? that he said. And Ive had hair for some time, too, since i have was like 16. His edgy-casual ensembles paired with his long black locks automatically make him someone to watch in the fashion world -- anyone whos willing to break all the rules, right?

And Armisen, the former SNL funnyman who makes a brief cameo in the sequel, actually fancies himself a fashion-forward guy. I always believe that I am kind of fashionable, but no ones ever explained such, he said. I always think I've, like, an original, simple means of dressing, but no ones ever said that in my experience. Well, Fred, we think youve got great style.

Perhaps one of the most unexpected cameos in a blockbuster comedy concerning the fashion industry was Neil deGrasse Tyson, who looked dapper as ever on the (actually purple) red carpet. The famous astrophysicist laughed hysterically when asked about his personal fashion choices, revealing that the jacket that he was wearing was, in fact , stolen, due to his subpar wardrobe. Multiple occasions when Ive been asked to look on a show, that he divulged, they come look at my wardrobe and say, Nothing there! and they come out and dress me. This jacket? that he laughed, I kept this after a photoshoot for something different!

Of all the head-turning looks we saw at the Zoolander No . 2 premiere, but we have to say that Miles Robbins stole the show. The 23-year-old son of actors Tim Robbins and Susan Sarandon donned a light-blue jacket covered in plush ponies. Im wearing Ponymen, that he said tongue-in-cheek (we think). Its a bit by Jean Claude Pierre Claude Jean Pierre, hes a French designer from the Swiss Alps. Its high fashion. It certainly was something.

For more out-of-the-box fashion, be sure to see Zoolander No . 2, in theaters February 12.

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