Friday Red Carpet Leftovers For the Week of 2/6/17

Posted on February 10, 2017

Alright, darlings. Let’s gently send this week to bed, with hugs and kisses for all our favorite celebrities. But before we do that, let’s yell at these also-rans for boring us this week.


Amber Valetta in Atelier Versace

Will someone please help that poor woman? Her dress is attacking her!


Anya Taylor-Joy in Elie Saab

Wonder Woman’s prom dress.

Also: kind of hiddy.


Carrie Preston




Dev Patel

Disappointing. He has a knack for picking and working colorful suits. This isn’t playing to his strengths.



Ellie Goulding in Jenny Packham

We’re shrugging. Standard in so many ways, but the color’s at least a little interesting and we’re kind of digging the sleeves, to our surprise. The neckline’s awful, though.



Emmy Rossum

We appear to be saying this a lot lately (and will probably be saying it quite a bit more), but … Hello, 1997!



Gillian Jacobs in VICTORIA Victoria Beckham

Almost totally unrecognizable. The outfit’s cute, but the silver pumps work against the more playful vibe.



Kate Bosworth in Prabal Gurung




Kathryn Newton

We might be convinced on this dress, but the sandals have to go.



Lea Michele in Designers Remix

Of course.



Malin Akerman in Fame and Partners

Linda Evans is happy to have a night out.



Michael Fassbender

That’ll do.



Miranda Richardson

LUV HUH, but this is not a great look for pictures.



Natalie Portman in Topshop

Someone give this lady a stool. Or better yet, a recliner.



Rosario Dawson

Not great style, but kind of relaxed and easy in a that works for a Lego movie premiere – and suits her.



Rose Leslie

You know nothing about dressing for a red carpet, Rose Leslie.



Ruby Rose

It’s very … true to her, shall we say.


And with that bit o’passive-aggressiveness out of the way, we bid you all a lovely weekend. Ciao, darlings!



[Photo Credit: Getty Images, Sara De Boer/]

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