Part one was just the opening course, kittens! We’ve still got platters and platters of slightly limp, overly moist, questionably smelling red carpet looks to work our way through. Because it’s a SIN to let a mediocre red carpet look go to waste.
Adam Rippon in Louis Vuitton
Cute all around.
Andrea Riseborough in Elie Saab
Seen it a million times, dear.
It’s fairly generic, but the touches of gold are at least a little bit of tacky fun. Granted, she looks like she’d be more at home working at a casino, but still. Not dull, at least.
No complaints here. Great color.
Gwendoline Christie in Miu Miu
LOVE this style for her. Who knew she had a little Wednesday Addams in her? The coat is gorgeous too, but the shoes are awful.
Kristin Scott Thomas in Valentino
Working the Ecclesiastic Chic look as good or better than Tilda does. Just gorgeous.
Mary J. Blige
Getting the job done in a week when Miss Lady had a shit-tonne of dresses to wear.
Cute and sporty but the boots seem wrong for it.
Penélope Cruz and Javier Bardem
Her whole look is just a little crazy and over the top, but we think it actually works for her. She rarely does “fun” on the red carpet. He looks a mess, though.
A little too low-key, even for the Paley Center. Those shoes would slay with pants.
Salma Hayek in Alexander McQueen
We couldn’t believe how chic and minimalist this was. Then we got to the feet.
Sarah Silverman in Hottie+Lord
Can’t argue with a green velvet suit, but the fit seems a little off.
Plunging neckline aside, this looks more than a little “old lady” to us.
More to come in Part THREE, dolls!
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