The Fashion Awards 2017 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on December 05, 2017

Darlings, something calling itself The Fashion Awards should sport an Olympic-level red carpet of fashion, wouldn’t you think? If the Olympics hosted fashion events, that is – WHICH IT SHOULD.

Anyway, sharpen your claws and put on your judgin’ bras, girls. These people are just asking for it.


FKA Twigs in Versace

And right out of the gate, we’re smacked in the face with something FABULOUS. Love her in this. Love the addition of the jacket, which is a cliche, but comes off fresh when she does it. Just a great look, top to bottom.


Laura Carmichael in Christopher Kane

Officer, arrest this dress.



Maisie Williams in Coach 1941

Miss Girl, you are far too young and sassy to be wearing such dowdy fare. The shoes are hideous and the strap/seam/sleeve combination up top is downright horrifying. Then there’s the ugly color. Honey, go home and burn this.



Naomi Campbell in Azzedine Alaïa

There’s nothing particularly new or envelope-pushing, but she’s Naomi, dammit – and it makes a sweet tribute to the recently passed Alaïa, to whom she paid tribute in a speech.



Pink in Stella McCartney

Love the jacket and the gown – which is something, considering our rocky opinionating on Stella McCartney’s work. But we feel like both pieces would do better on their own instead of fighting each other.


Rita Ora in Versace

Okay, fine. It’s Beyonce cosplay. Girlfriend couldn’t find her own look if you handed her a map and a flashlight. But we have to admit, she looks pretty great.



Ruth Wilson in Erdem

Everything about this is insane.



Sam Smith in Burberry

The jacket might be a bit snug, but the rest of the details are just right – and that dark green looks amazing.



Selena Gomez in Coach 1941

Yeah, no. “Schoolmarm’s Underthings” is not going to be a thing. We REJECT IT.




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