Costume Designers Guild Awards 2018 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on February 22, 2018

Kittens, Miss Kerry’s red carpetry for this event kind of dominated everyone else’s attempts, but even so, no one here truly looks bad. Because the night isn’t about them but about the people who make them look good, there’s a far more celebratory feel among these actresses than you’d find on so many other tense red carpets, like the Oscars or the Met Gala. Also, there’s a range of looks here that could be called refreshing or could force the question as to whether or not anyone understood the dress code.


Anna Camp in J. Mendel

Y’know? For a blonde in a peach ruffled gown, this is surprisingly not horrible. If we have any issue it’s the same one we always have with Anna: her styling renders her completely generic. This is why January Jones dresses so crazy, girl. Take a page from her book. At the very least, do something fun with the hair and makeup.



Eva Longoria in Nili Lotan

Can’t say we love the color, but it’s a classically chic minimalist maternity style. We’d have loved it all in black.



Gina Rodriguez

It’s okay. The color’s not photogenic at all and the fit in the bust is pretty awful.



Rachel Brosnahan in Adeam

Chic, sharp, and cozy, like a belted blanket. She’s doing alright.

Even so, that neckline is … off somehow.



Sally Field in Yanina Couture

It’s very age-appropriate, with all the meaning that phrase embodies. We don’t mind the white detailing at the waist, but we really don’t like it at the neck.


Sarah Hyland in Carolina Herrera

We would have thought this particular event would practically scream for boldly colorful looks, but it would seem few of the attendees wanted to take the risk. This is fun and pretty. Her hair and makeup are aging, though.



Sonequa Martin-Green in Adam Selman

The dress is kind of fun, but we feel like she needs bigger hair to balance it out.



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