DVF Oscar Luncheon Honoring The Female Nominees Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on March 01, 2018

Darlings, a whole bunch of talented and creative women stepped out in DVF for a little DVF-hosted garden luncheon in their honor. You might think we secretly wish to be invited to some big star-studded event like the Oscars, but in all honesty, these little luncheon affairs are what really set our envy meters off. Imagine how good the conversation must have been at this one.

Having said all that, let’s move on to matters more frivolous and judgmental.

 

Ava DuVernay

Lovely. That print strikes us as one almost impossible to work (red, pink and yellow, with flowers AND birds), but it’s really singing on her. The style suits her but the belt sitch is questionable.

 

 

Charli XCX

You wouldn’t think she’d find the right look for herself in a pile of DVF merch, but girlfriend really pulled it off. It’s not a look for everyone, but it’s perfect for her. A more neutral pair of shades would have helped, though.

 

 

Dee Rees

She didn’t really stop for a good picture, but we absolutely love this look. Stylish and badass. Of the three directors here, she gets our vote for best look.

 

 

Greta Gerwig

This is so quintessentially Greta we’d swear it was all vintage. Love the coat and sandals, although they don’t belong together. Hate the jumpsuit, which looks cheap.

 

Laura Dern

She strikes us the quintessential DVF woman; the kind of woman in mind when DVF collections are put together. So it’s not surprising she nailed the look. The boots are a bit too heavy for a flimsy handkerchief hem, though.

 

 

Molly Shannon

Simple, but almost perfect. The shades are a nice touch. The shoes should’ve been as well.

 

Rashida Jones

Another one who found her perfect look on the pile. It’s quirky and has that retro-vintage feel to it. We don’t love the shoes and we seriously question the pants, but she looks comfy, confident and photo-ready.

 

 

Salma Hayek

Miss Salma keeps getting it mostly right lately, even as she seems to be covering up more and more. Not that there’s anything wrong with that choice; just noting the consistency of it. Lately, it’s been hands-and-face only, in terms of skin exposure.

And once again, the heavy boots paired with the flimsy skirt just don’t look right.

 

 

[Photo Credit: Getty Images/Diane von Furstenberg, INSTARImage]

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