Friday Red Carpet Leftovers For the Week of May 28, 2017

Posted on June 02, 2017

Darlings, the red carpet pickings this week were a bit on the slim side, which means we didn’t rack up many leftovers because we wrung every bit of content out of what little mediocre poledance showing we could scrape together.

Hey, we’re just being honest and transparent here, which shows you what good bloggers we are.

Now let’s put these poor souls out of their misery. They’ve been waiting so long for someone to notice them, kittens.


Carrie Preston

The textile is cute – and would appear to be as coordinated to the backdrop as Miss Niecy’s dress. But the shape is kind of dowdy, unfortunately.


Hailee Steinfeld

Of course.

But the jacket’s pretty sweet. We’ll give her that.



Isabelle Huppert

This is kind of lovely, even if the tea-stained aesthetic tends to set our teeth on edge and represents the type of looks we normally think she should avoid. Because she’s so tiny, preciousness and twee-ness need to be checked for in her style choices. This skates right up to the line but it has a slightly boho quality that really suits her.



Jacqueline Bisset

We want to, Jacqueline dear, but the satin and lace combo is asking far too much of us.



Jada Pinkett Smith in Maria Lucia Hohan

Gorgeous. Gal Gadot really should’ve snagged this for her Wonder Woman poledance. Not that we’d begrudge Miss Jada the chance to work it. The color looks amazing on her.



Juliette Binoche in Armani Privé

A simple classic, with just enough movie-star impact.



Juliette Binoche in Armani Privé

Ditto. Armani did right by her this week.



Salma Hayek

Apparently, Mrs. Luthor is taking some time off from promotional events and hired a look-alike with better taste than her to fulfill her public duties. Except for the wonky hem, this is decidedly un-disastrous.



Uma Thurman




Uma Thurman in Atelier Versace





[Photo Credit:, ABC, Getty Images]

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