Almost Everyone Opted for Black on the amfAR Los Angeles Gala Red Carpet

Posted on October 16, 2017

Darlings a whole bunch of celebrities grabbed pieces from a pile of Harry Winston jewels, wore their best basic blacks, and hit the amfAR gala red carpet. It’s all fun and glam and for a good cause, which makes it ripe for our judgment, wouldn’t you say?


Colton Haynes

Cute. Glad he’s back to a darker hair color, because that platinum was not working for us. Nice to see a man take advantage of the free jewelry available on loan. It’s a bit much, but he’s young, cute and gay and this is a Harry Winston-hosted amfAR event, so why not get your Liz Taylor on if you can, right?


Connie Britton

Sweetie, you had us until we got to that stupid sheer hem. Bad enough that it’s sheer, but the addition of ruffles and feathers indicates the hand of Satan in its design.



Dita Von Teese in Ulyana Sergeenko

It’s very Dita-specific, in that we’d probably call it too retro, if not too tacky, on any other wearer. Even so, we hate the shoe color.




Works for us, although that probably isn’t the best sort of top to wear with a jacket.



Heidi Klum in Ralph & Russo

Heidi doesn’t mind if you take a look, but there will be no hugs tonight.



Julia Roberts in Givenchy

It’s a little odd to see her in something this fussy and girly, but we think it works better than she might realize. Not that we mind her strong, declarative style, but she can go soft if she wants to. And we suspect she was told at some point that she couldn’t.



Melanie Griffith and Goldie Hawn

Nothing wrong with anything here. They kind of look like a couple, no?

Okay, Melanie could’ve pumped the brakes a little on the ring choices. She looks like she could cause some real damage if she wanted to mix it up. Maybe she just wants to make sure everyone knows Goldie is her woman and they need to back off.



Victoria Justice in PatBo

Looks like someone didn’t get the memo.



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