Part one is here!
Enough foreplay! Let’s get to it!
This is practically “Indie Queen” cosplay, which makes it perfect for the Independent Spirit Awards.
AnnaSophia Robb in Vivetta
Again with everyone wearing naked sandals with low hems. Is it us? Doesn’t that look a little off? Anyway, cute dress.
Aubrey Plaza in Sandro
FAB dress. And we don’t mind the sandals as much because they’ve got a little interest to them and she’s sporting a strong pedi.
We’ve seen a version of this dress a million times, but it looks pretty great on her.
That top looks like it was sprayed on her.
Sure. Okay. Gets the job done.
Gwendoline Christie in Giles Deacon
We almost never like her in her partner’s designs, but this one actually suits her.
Jordana Brewster in Naeem Khan
It’s an interesting dress, but the bib top paired with the peplum is a bit awkward once you add all those lines and angles to it.
Can’t really fault anything here.
Hair and outerwear action: on point. Boot action: questionable.
Nicky Tryhard even looks like he’s trying too hard when he’s dressed in totally generic clothes. Your arms just aren’t that swole, son. Put them down.
She’s a fashion witch. She can pair any two mismatched things and somehow make them look made for each other.
Salma Hayek in Giambattista Valli
Kind of pretty, but it feels more poolside than red carpet.
Sofia Boutella in Prada
You need a minute to take it in before you realize it’s a stunning gown.
Whatevs, Miss Crazyboots.
Tracee Ellis Ross in Rosetta Getty
Like a chic schoolmarm. Are pop-of-color accessories on the way back?
Victoria Justice in Michael Cinco
Glam and elegant at the same time, which isn’t always easy.
Okay, kittens! We’ll be back tomorrow to wrap up our Critics Choice Awards coverage! Be good, now!
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