Kittens, we’re kicking off Friday morning with the first of several leftovers posts, which should give you some idea of just how damn many moldy and stale red carpet looks we’ve got stuffed in the back of the fridge, waiting for our judgment. Yes, the Oscars and their accompanying 4,000 parties pushed a lot of thirsty folks to the side and we are going to spend a good portion of our Friday making sure they get good and JUDGED.
Grab your coffee and meet us in Conference Room B, ladies. We got work to do.
The proportions and fit make him look like a giant little boy.
Alicia Vikander in Louis Vuitton
Yeah, whatever. Seen this dress several times before and it hasn’t gotten prettier with each viewing.
Allison Janney in Georges Chakra
We can’t believe how many otherwise savvy women seem to have gotten talked into wearing YELLOW SATIN this month.
Ladies, are we forgetting Satan’s hand in all this?
We feel like this gal started off in the spotlight with an interesting look that has slowly gotten more generic over time.
Dakota Fanning in Valentino
So cute and colorful that we honestly question if it suits her.
Isabelle Huppert and Kristin Scott Thomas in Stella McCartney
It takes some world-class women to make Stella McCartney look this chic.
Kate Bosworth in Attico
You might as well just put a giant t-shirt on that reads “FASHION VICTIM.” The message would be the same and you’d be a lot more comfy, girl.
Something we said about him on the twitters yesterday: The best thing about Mark Hamill, aside from that whole Luke Skywalker thing, is just how well he understands that you should enjoy your time in the spotlight while it’s on you.
He looks great. Love the boots.
Nafessa Williams in Thai Nguyen
We are LOVING her turn right now on Black Lightning, but Miss Lady, you are wearing some seriously cray clothes.
Penélope Cruz in Atelier Versace
Pick a dress, Penelope.
Rachel Brosnahan in Miu Miu
We are so not feeling the return to ’90s-style footwear. Having said that, the dress is pretty and she seems to understand that retro mid-century styles really suit her and brand her.
Cute, although the black tights feel a little dated.
We’d like it more if the bodice fit a little better and the color was just a little more subtle.
Much more stale red carpetry to come, dolls!
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