Friday Leftovers for the Week of January 28th, 2018

Posted on February 02, 2018

Darlings, the red carpets of the world seemed to peter out as the week went on. It’s like everyone took one look at the Black Panther premiere red carpet and tapped out on even trying. We don’t blame them, but that doesn’t mean we’re gonna go soft on the following folks, none of whom rated a spotlight moment. It is our calling to be bitches.

 

 

Anika Noni Rose

The color scheme is a bit too creamsicle for us. That hair needs something to play off of, not compete with.

 

 

Armie Hammer

He’s our giant, cuddly stevedore, always in his ill-fitting clothes, and we love him for it.

 

 

Chrissy Teigen

Gets the job done and lets the killer shoe do all the heavy lifting. Nicely done.

 

 

Dakota Fanning in Mugler

Also get’s the job done, but we’ve already seen one fabulous pleated metallic insert this week and this one can’t live up to it.

 

 

Emilie de Ravin in Alice McCall

Pretty, we suppose. Seen it a million times.

 

 

Emmy Rossum in Self-Portrait

It’s an interesting look that forces you to take it in, but the bust and sleeves don’t work well together.

 

 

Anna Kendrick in Rasario

Jesus, what even…?

Girl, you need to sit down with your team and have a good, long talk with them. And by “talk,” we mean “at the top of your lungs, in anger, until they all apologize for sending you to shitty gigs in tacky outfits.”

 

 

Isla Fisher in Monique Lhuillier

It’s kind of pretty, but the lace modesty panel is really incongruous with the rest of it.

 

 

Kristin Chenoweth

Pure doll drag. It’s kind of fun in a campy way, but it’s borderline creepy.

 

 

Emily V. Gordon and Kumail Nanjiani

Adorbs. As per the uzh.

 

 

Joe Manganiello and Sofia Vergara (in Pamella Roland)

Still hot, if a bit generic in their style choices.

 

 

Monica Bellucci in Dolce&Gabbana

Not the freshest of looks, but it works for her.

 

 

Naomi Watts in Erdem

There’s too much going on here. The print, the metallic finish, the abundance of ruffles, the beaded collar, the corsage (which is probably not her choice, to be fair), and the heavy shoes are overwhelming her.

 

 

Nick Jonas in John Varvatos

We’d say something bitchy here but we’re honestly kind of jealous of the outfit.

 

 

Rachel Brosnahan in Christian Siriano

It’s fine, but it seems to cut right across her. Conventional straps might not have been exciting, but it would’ve worked better.

 

 

Rebel Wilson

Nailed it.

 

 

Rita Ora in Adam Lippes

Girl, if it was 1978 and you were a cosmetician, we’d say you couldn’t possibly be more on point.

 

 

Rose Byrne in Oscar de la Renta

The skirt’s too poofy and the illusion netting up top is awful. It’s all too precious.

 

 

Ruby Rose

We’re usually pretty dismissive of her, but this is great.

 

 

Sarah Jessica Parker

We can see hating this because it comes off precious or affected, but it may be one of our favorite casual looks of hers in ages.

 

 

Stevie Nicks

Queen.

 

 

Timothée Chalamet in Berluti

It’s not for everyone, but we love the way his style choices play with conventional menswear proportions. We think he’s distinctly apt at working looks where everything is just a bit off. Love the jacket.

 

 

Zoe Saldana in Alberta Ferretti

Classic romantic glamour. Not a thing wrong here.

 

 

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