Red Carpet Rundown: The 2018 InStyle Awards

Posted on October 23, 2018

Kittens, all some of the stars came out to celebrate STYLE! Or something. The point is: they’re famous, they’re wearing FASHION, and they’re posing for pictures while awards are being handed out. Just another Monday night in the world of entertainment, darlings. Shall we get to judging?



Allison Janney in Antonio Marras

The top and skirt really don’t go together; not just because of the competing patterns but the competing blacks.


Awkwafina in Rasario

Girl, we love you, but no. As much as we’ve lauded your glitzy, label-heavy take on fashion, this is just bad. Love the color, but the waist on that skirt needs to come down several inches. Even then it would be a little too ’80s Mother of the Bride.


Busy Philipps in Off-White

The dress is a bit mumsy but perfectly on brand for her. The jacket and the clutch are both terrible choices.


Connie Britton

Not the freshest look in the world, but she looks cute and it’s a pleasant surprise to see her working a mini, which is kind of rare for her. We would’ve rec’d a brighter shoe color.


Constance Wu in Brock Collection

This sort of delicate teacup print isn’t to our taste, but we could see how it suits her and looks pretty on her. Even so, it’s very much a springtime sort of look, making it an odd choice for late October. And the mismatch between the lined bodice and unlined skirt looks amateurish.


Ellen Pompeo in Max Mara

The quintessential “I agreed to wear this because I guest-judged on Project Runway” ensemble.


Jeff Golblum

So very Goldblum.


Jennifer Aniston

We’ve known nuns who dress more exciting than you, Jen.


Julia Roberts and Elizabeth Stewart in Givenchy

You gotta hand it to Elizabeth. If a stylist is willing to wear the exact same outfit she chose for her client and get up to pose for pictures with her, you can’t say she’s not putting her money where her mouth is. We wonder if this is what she had to do to get Julia to agree to wear this. It’s a cute look, but we’d rather the suits were tailored a bit better and we don’t think the bags really go at all.



Kaley Cuoco in Kate Spade

A little too precious and over-designed.


Laverne Cox in Johanna Ortiz

It’s a pleasant surprise to see her in a bright print, which is extremely rare. This is pretty, but it doesn’t need such a deeply plunging neckline.


Lily Collins in Givenchy

Striking, chci and modern. We don’t like the shape of the top, but we can’t deny it’s a real head-turner of a look.



Lizzy Caplan in Missoni

We love the suit and we think the footwear definitely needs to have some oomph to it, but this toothpaste color doesn’t really do much.


Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Givenchy

A forgettable dress and ugly shoes. We’re disappointed, Rosie.



Storm Reid in Preen by Thornton Bregazzi

We never say this about her choices, but … meh. She’s young enough to pull off something this overdone and ’80s-esque, but we like it better when she doesn’t try to look so serious and high-fashion.



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