HBO’s “Sharp Objects” Premiere Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on June 27, 2018


Darlings, the ladystars came out for the premiere of Sharp Objects, and for some reason, the style brief for many of them appears to have been “Wear something a little cray.”

 

Angela Sarafyan in Rasario


The last time we talked about her here, we noted that she’d been wearing way too much white on the red carpet lately and that we’d love to see her go back to playing around with color. Once again, our influence is vast and mighty, darlings. It’s a shame that the hem looks unresolved, but the style looks great on her. She can work that yellow, but we’d probably like it more if it wasn’t so shiny.
 

 

Anna Camp in N. 21


Jesus, pump your brakes. Girl, this is awful on every level. You’re better than this.
 

 

Diane Lane


We went on such an emotional journey as we scrolled down. The top half isn’t our favorite sort of style in the world, but it’s a little interesting. The skirt is totally nondescript and makes for a jarringly odd choice, although not nearly as jarring as the shoes, which couldn’t be more wrong for the rest of it. Just a weirdly off-balance look where nothing goes with anything else.
 

 

Elizabeth Perkins


We’re all for feeling comfy and covered on the red carpet, but this is loungewear. Worse, it’s fairly unflattering loungewear. Turn it black, remove the pleats and drop the waist a couple inches and she might have a fighting chance.
 

 

Hilary Ward


Cute dress, weird shoes.
 

 

Holland Roden


Surprisingly low-key coming from her. We don’t dislike it, but it’s a bit of a letdown given her predilection for eye-popping fashion. Also, those sandals look like they’re murdering her feet.
 

 

Noomi Rapace


God bless this crazy chick. No one ever shows up looking like Noomi Rapace and Noomi Rapace never shoes up looking like anyone else. We love the idea of this look, but to be honest, the competing blues and textiles are not bringing it together as well as it could. It’s all a good idea and the overall impact is high, but it needs a little tweaking to get it right.
 

 

Patricia Clarkson in Jeffrey Dodd


WERQ, Mama.
 

 

 

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