2016 ELLE magazine Women in Hollywood Awards Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on October 26, 2016

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Darlings! It’s the Women! In Hollywood! The Women in Hollywood! And they all came out in pretty dresses, just to pose for pictures! For us!

Let’s take a closer look, shall we? Spoiler: we lied when we said they ALL came out in pretty dresses.

 

 

Aja Naomi King in Toni Maticevski
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That skirt looks like part of some paper-shredder-themed Halloween costume. That alone probably should disqualify it from chicness. That bulky-looking top isn’t helping.

 

Amy Adams in Lanvin
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#wokeuplikethis

Literally.

 

 

Anna Kendrick in Gabriela Hearst
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Wow. The nightgown red carpet trend is only about six-and-a-half minutes old and we’re already sick to death of it.

After all these years of doing this, we’d seriously like to know: do Hollywood’s stylists have, like, secret cabal meetings where they all decide what every celebrity’s going to wear for the next week?

 

 

Dakota Fanning in Miu Miu
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We’re always urging her to wear more color and she’s always choosing the wrong colors to wear.

Your shoes and your dress match your hair, girl. That only works for people with black hair.

 

 

Kathy Bates
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She looks great. It’s not high fashion, but it’s classic and elegantly rendered. Plus her hair and makeup game have really been impressive the last few times we’ve seen her.

 

 

Kelly Rowland in Givenchy
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Looks like someone has places to go after this.

Either that or girlfriend’s a bit of an overdresser.

 

Nina Dobrev in Stella McCartney
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Oh, right. We forgot. There is actually one style trend we’re hating more than public nightgowns right now. Fucked-up public nightgowns.

This has been another episode of That’s So Stella!

 

Regina King in Christian Siriano
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See, we were having some issues with Latifah’s version of this, but it really works here.

 

 

Shiri Appleby in La Mania
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Close up that neckline and this would be awesome.

Makeup’s a bit harsh, though.

 

 

Tracee Ellis Ross in Missoni
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Understated and elegant. But again: a narrower neckline would improve the proportions.

 

 

[Photo Credit: Getty Images]

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