CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Fashion Show and Tea Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on October 27, 2016


We saw the words “Fashion” and “Tea” and our minds went to all kinds of bitchy, shade-filled places, as our minds are wont to do.

Follow us there, won’t you?


Anna Camp

Mmmm. That would make for very pretty bedsheets, but we’re not convinced it works well for a gown. The scale of the print just isn’t the right size.



Camilla Belle in Kate Spade New York

We don’t think we could be convinced to love it – the flowers are too random for us – but we’d like it more if the waist was defined a little better.



Emma Stone in Brock Collection

A lot of skirt and not enough top. We always say your pieces shouldn’t fight with each other, but that blouse gave up too quickly.



Grace Gummer

The shoes and the jacket belong together. Nothing else does, we’re afraid.

Kinda love the head styling, though.


January Jones in Cushnie et Ochs

When she’s at her best – and this is close – she always looks like the femme fatale in a cheesy spy movie.



Katy Perry in Rodarte


Frickin Rodarte. You should know better, Katy.


Kristen Stewart in 3.1 Phillip Lim and St. Vincent in Chanel

The cool girls at the party. Everyone wanted to stand near them.



Michelle Monaghan in Kate Spade New York

Girl, your jacket needs an appointment with its waxer.



Nicole Richie

You can make the whole “GAP T-shirt Chic” thing work, but you’ve got to make sure the other pieces are good enough to elevate it. We like the idea here, but the execution’s off.



Nikki Reed

Looks like she sweeps up hair at the salon.



Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Monse

We gay-gasped. That’s some pretty fierce shit right there.



[Photo Credit: Getty Images]

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