The best looks are from the Barbie Pink Carpet

If only Susan Sontag were alive today to rewrite her famous “camp” notes, she might have had a field day at the premiere of “Barbie,” which took place at the Shrine Auditorium in LA on Sunday night (and, for all we know, , probably depicted in the movie — apparently everyone else on Earth appeared in the trailer). If the movie’s message is that we are all Barbie and Barbie we are all, then the pink carpet has done a good job of reinforcing that message (at least that’s what the cryptic trailers suggest, but we’re not sure, since no screeners were provided).

Would Mrs. Sontag have taken the event seriously enough? Many attendees praised the plastic icon plate and smooth skin, but this is par for the course in Hollywood. Sure enough, Mattel was pleased with the brand’s carnival.

After a cavalcade of YouTube personalities and influencers like David Dobrik, stars like Greta Gerwig and Issa Rae arrived head-to-toe in pink. Cast members like Helen Mirren and Will Ferrell didn’t even appear on the carpet — a shame, because Mr. Ferrell sure would have looked dressed up as Barbie. Alas.

The classic, Barbie to achieve, as Ms. Minaj knows all too well, includes blonde hair that will last forever.

The director and co-writer had to totally dress Valentino to be on trend for her premiere. easy!

The shimmering, semi-nude dress made those present forget all about why they were there for a moment.

Giant shoes, shorts and a bright red tie. It’s as if Barbie and Mr. Potato Head had a baby. A Hasbro-Mattel crossover no one saw coming.

The halter top and skirt hit the bottom of the pink color palette.

Keyhole cut in a floor-length dress – elegant and luxurious.

His blue suit included belts around his chest. Is this a passport holder or an unbuttoned jacket? Either way, it’s ready.

The actress brought a touch of sophistication and glamor.

The sister band appeared in matching dresses with strategically placed circular cutouts.

The professional wrestler and actress brought the championship belt to the movie. As does Barbie.

No pink, no silliness, just pure confidence.

This woman might be mistaken for Barbie in real life. We love that she wore black to the premiere, giving her a little extra flair in a sea of ​​bubble gum.

At first, Mr. Gosling seemed like a distant choice to star as Kane. But he does an overwhelming job of embodying the role.