Governors Awards 2017 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on November 15, 2017

It is long past time we put this particular little Awards season kickoff to bed, wouldn’t you say? We’ve already rendered judgment on the style choices of attendees Emma Stone, Tessa Thompson, Helen Mirren, Kristen Wiig, Jessica Chastain, Margot Robbie  and Jennifer Lawrence – not to mention a smattering of the men and a rundown of the most persistent trend at this year’s awards. Every last scrap of judgment has been wrung out of us on this particular red carpet – except for these last few. Let’s put them out of their misery, shall we? They’ve been waiting so very long to hear what we all think of their outfits.

 

Abbie Cornish in Elie Saab

Disintegrating gown from 1986.

 

 

Andrea Riseborough in Giamba

A tough color story and print to work – but she’s managing it. It’s striking and unique. Not loving the hair, though.

 

 

Carey Mulligan in Giambattista Valli Couture

It’s just okay. Pretty enough but you forget it as soon as you look away.

 

 

Diane Kruger in Givenchy

We love when she gets all CRAZY ANGLES on us. It goes well with her looks. We hate the hem, but love it on her. We realize that makes no sense but THAT’S FASHION, DARLINGS.

 

 

Greta Gerwig in The Row

Obviously, it’s all about that back, which is dramatic as hell. Unfortunately, the front looks like she should be on a gurney, being wheeled into a surgical suite.

 

 

Hugh Jackman and Deborra-Lee Furness

He looks great, but that hem and those shoes are a big no, lady. Sorry.

 

 

Juno Temple in Monse

It’s asking a lot of us, but we’d be okay with it if the neckline didn’t look so restricting and the shoe choice wasn’t so distracting.

 

 

Mary J. Blige in Cushnie et Ochs

The colors feel a little off-season and the side cutout bugs, but Diva is SERVING.

 

 

Zoe Kazan in Prada

Pretty, but the color of that lining comes close to ruining it for us. It makes that blue look dingy.

 

 

 

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