Hey! Did you think we’d forgotten about that other awards ceremony this weekend? We still have some SAG Awards red carpetry to get to, but these poor folks have been waiting since SATURDAY to find out what we think of their outfits and we simply couldn’t deny their adorable little hangdog faces any longer.
Betty Gabriel in Rhea Costa
This is unique and eye-catching, but we’d like it a lot more if the bodice provided full coverage.
Daniel Kaluuya in Dolce&Gabbana
Nicely done. Love a man who likes to accessorize.
That looks like it may be a velvet suit, in which case we’ve gotta hand it to his tailor. We wouldn’t have thought a big guy could pull off a fitted velvet suit, but it looks great on him.
Also nicely done.
Gal Gadot in Armani Privé
We’ve had our fill of slip dresses lately, but this one at least manages to be a little different and interesting.
Greta Gerwig in Monse
We love that she sticks with her preferences for odd or quirky pieces, just upscaled for awards season. This is a bit too heavy for our tastes, but we love the color and the style suits her.
Holly Hunter in Elizabeth Kennedy
LOVE this. It’s really odd to see her in such a defined silhouette so we hope this opens her up to the possibilities a little bit.
Margot Robbie in Louis Vuitton
We could’ve done without the semi-goofy sleeves and straps, but considering how UBER-goofy the team at Louis Vuitton can get with sleeves and straps, this mostly works.
Mary J. Blige in Elie Saab
Diva, we love you, but this is gonna take some convincing. The color is not great at all. The stuff hanging off it just looks uncharacteristically fussy for her.
A double-breasted jacket over slim pants never stops looking weird to us.
Tracee Ellis Ross in Tory Burch
WERQ THAT, LADY. Love it when she finds a piece that combines her Boho preferences with red carpet-ready high style. Our only quibble: hem those sleeves.
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T Lo support #TimesUp.
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