Variety’s Power of Women Luncheon 2016 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on October 17, 2016


Kittens, the ladies of the entertainment industry came out to have some damn lunch and flaunt their damn power! Also: to run screaming from any colors because color implies weakness! Apparently!



Helen Mirren

It’s neither a great suit or a great turban, but we love her for the attempt anyway.



Jenna Dewan-Tatum in Halston Heritage

This kind of sexy, tousled, purely Halston ’70s look is perfect for her. We would have told her to pick a much bigger cuff in gold.



Laverne Vox in Prabal Gurung

Black and white and black and white and black? Is that it, ladies? Was there a dress code? Or did everyone get together and decide to go as salt and pepper shakers as a Halloween gag?

Anyway, this is fine, if a little generic. We’re not ever going to be fans of a sheer skirt over a mini.



Naomie Harris in Emanuel Ungaro

Maybe, if we really want to be bitches about it, we could complain that the bag and shoe are too matchy, but to be honest, we couldn’t do it with a straight face. She looks gorgeous.



Rachel Bloom in Kate Spade New York

It’s probably a pretty dress in person, but it’s not at all photogenic. And we don’t think she’s getting good advice on silhouette and proportions. Generally speaking, her costumes on her show are more flattering than her red carpet choices. That top half transitioning into a pencil skirt would be a killer look for her.


Scarlett Johansson in Maison Mayle

We find slip dresses boring, but this one has possibilities. Unfortunately, she chose not to explore them and wore invisible shoes and no jewelry.



Victoria Justice in Bryan Hearns

Poor thing. The one gal to show up in a color and it’s an exact match to the backdrop. Way to stand out there, doll.

Cute dress, if a little tricky dress, though. Ditch the choker.




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