Friday Leftovers for the Week of September 2nd, 2018 – PART TWO

Posted on September 14, 2018

Kittens, before we dive into judging the second batch, you have to make sure you checked in on the first one. You wouldn’t want to leave any celebrity looks unblessed by your loving opinions, would you?




Ansel Elgort in Prada




Christina Aguilera

Christina, this we vow: We WILL find whoever did this to you and make them pay.



Cynthia Erivo in Thom Browne

We so wish we could’ve gotten around to showcasing all the eye-popping fashion she wore in the last week or so, but the best we can do is highlight one of the best. This looks great on her, mainly because she has a real passion for out-there fashion.



Elizabeth Debicki in Prabal Gurung

Serving Joan Crawford realness. That’s a compliment, of course.



Elle Fanning in Miu Miu

Enh. It’s like a mashup of two ballgowns from 1972. That sounds like fun but it’s actually kind of awkward.



Gillian Jacobs

The dress is cute, but tips too far over into juvenile. The footwear is a hate crime.



Gugu Mbatha-Raw in Miu Miu

A fun and chic look in a color combo you don’t see to much of on the red carpet. We just wish the hem were a little longer.



Justin Theroux




Kate Beckinsale in Oscar de la Renta

We feel like the earrings are a bridge too far (too much like the dress) and the shoes probably a bit too complicated for their own good, but we like this more than not.



Michiel Huisman

Hello, Mr. Boo.



Nicolas Cage

Sometimes, you’ve just got to accept who you are and lean the hell into it. This is about as pure Nic Cage as you’ll ever find.



Olivia Wilde in The Vampire’s Wife

Goodness, we’re about to hit the wall on all the prairie dresses and birthday girl dresses and all the other forms of ruffly juvenile styles that seems to have become an epidemic among the stylist class. This one looks kind of cheap to us because the shiny finish.



Penélope Cruz in Chanel Couture

Can’t really argue with any of that.



Sonequa Martin-Green in Christopher Paunil

LOVE this. The color scheme is bold and the blocking gives it a very appropriate sci-fi feel to it; like a Star Trek interior rendered in dress form.



Taylor Schilling in Mulberry

Horrifying and she knows it.



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