CFDA Awards 2017 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on June 06, 2017



Amanda Peet in Brock Collection

A pretty, if highly conventional floral used to make an over-designed dress. It is both less and more interesting than it should be.



Brooke Shields in Sachin & Babi

More than a little bit couch-y, but it’s a beautiful print.



Chloë Moretz in Coach

Whatever. No points awarded for effort.



Chloë Sevigny in Proenza Schouler

It’s just weird enough but still relatively simple and photogenic. Normally, we’d find that corresponding cuff to be a bit precious, but it works. She doesn’t need the bangle on her right arm.



Elizabeth Chambers and Armie Hammer in Tom Ford

Human yawns.



Ellie Kemper in Kate Spade New York

Seriously. These people are all dressing for a church social or a wedding. This an event to celebrate high fashion, you guys. Come on, now. T Lo are disappointed.



Gabrielle Union in Rodarte

Well now, there you go. Trust Rodarte to give us something. We’re just surprised by how conventionally chic it is.

Living for that hair.


Heidi Klum in Zac Posen

Meh. She can make a basic goddess gown work, but let’s face it, this is generic.



Jaimie Alexander in Marc Bouwer

The combination of busy print, weird shoulders, massive keyhole (with inexplicable strap placement) and thigh-high center slit is causing eye strain. We can’t seem to rest on one element. We can’t even see her face at all.


James Franco in Coach

Math teacher. The one all the girls warn each other about.



Kate Bosworth in Brock Collection

What a lovely, basic springtime frock.

This is the CFDA Awards. Try harder.



Kerry Washington in Prabal Gurung




Mary Elizabeth Winstead in Lela Rose


Although truth be told, we kind of like this one.



Meg Ryan in Christian Siriano

Much like Heidi’s gown, it’s hard to get a look like this one wrong, but we can’t deny it looks good on her.



Rebecca Hall in Gabriela Hearst

Interesting, but it sits a bit low, no?



The Olsen Twins in The Row

Of course.




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