Darlings, a whole bunch of celebrity women and a few celebrity men came out to celebrate women in the entertainment industry at a breakfast on The Hollywood Reporter’s dime. If that doesn’t sound like a setup for some style judgement, we don’t know what is.
Amandla Stenberg in Solace London
Okay, A for effort, but that’s a bit too much look, from the focus-pulling shoe to the flared pant to the dueling oranges of the coat and top, to the expanse of post-apocalyptic outerwear over the whole thing. This needed some editing to work – and we’re not convinced the coat could have worked at all.
Emmy Rossum in Michael Kors Collection
This, on the other hand, is too little look. A dress like that needs good styling choices, not perfunctory ones. She’s not too fussy in her style, but this underdone style isn’t really like her.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw in Tory Burch
It’s smart, it’s cute, and it’s perfectly on point for a December red carpet. The shoes? Not so much.
Justin Timberlake in Salvatore Ferragamo
Lea Michele in Lela Rose
Pretty, on-brand for her, slightly expected. It’s alright.
Lily Collins in La Perla
Yuck. You’re better than this, dear.
Olivia Munn in Roland Mouret
So are you.
It’s a cute – if standard – idea, but the shapes are weird; that combo of puffy (and too-small) shoulders with flared jeans doesn’t work.
Sterling K. Brown
Susan Kelechi Watson
Such a simple look, but it’s perfectly rendered. That exaggerated peplum is tough to pull off, but she’s making it look effortless.
Yara Shahidi in Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini
Kind of looks like a pillowcase. Not among her best entries.
Zoey Deutch in Tory Burch
She’s serving up “high fashion eccentric old lady” with that shoe and coat combo -and we’re kind of here for that. It looks great.
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