Time to wrap up our week with one final round of bitchy judgment, darlings. Join us, won’t you?
Oof. It’s not terrible, but it sure isn’t fabulous. You deserve better, A.
Angela Bassett in Greta Constantine
ERASE. WE REFUSE TO SEE THIS.
Empress, this is a hard no.
Y’know? The ’30s screen star grooming really works for him. The suit’s nice but we love the shoes.
Carey Mulligan in Erdem
It’s okay. Pretty enough. Like so much of her red carpet fashion, it’s instantly forgettable.
Chloë Moretz in Prada
Once again, she picks the worst neckline for her. We’d offer further critiques but the skirt is giving us a pre-migraine.
We’re gonna pass on the bolo tie, but the rest of this is pretty fabulous.
Super-fun and cute look for her. Her style’s gotten a bit sassier lately. Unforch, the shoes are a bridge too far.
Felicity Jones in Sies Marjan
It’s pretty good RBG drag, but such a heavy suit looks really weird with naked sandals.
Gabrielle Union in Rebecca de Ravenel
This is fun and bold and mostly takes a good picture, but it looks a little cheap, we’re afraid.
Gotta hand it to her. She’s making this look pretty good.
Love the suit, love the shoes, hate the undershirt.
The Hamm is getting sassy! It’s maybe a bit too much pattern and color for him to handle, but it’s a pretty cute look and we respect that he’s getting away from the Don Draper drag.
Katherine Waterston in The Row
Mandy Moore in Proenza Schouler
LOVE the dress. There’s something so “seventies hostess” about it. Can’t say we’re loving the wiggy hair.
Naomi Watts in Alessandra Rich
Cute. Feels very Princess Diana.
Rosamund Pike in Louis Vuitton
We find ourselves amazed by this, but we’re going to praise a Ros Pike look WHICH IS ALSO a Louis Vuitton look. That’s INSANE. But literally all of this works, from the slightly goofy sleeves to the focus-pulling shoes. It’s well-balanced and restrained.
Love her, and that’s a fun dress and pair of shoes, but that color is really harsh.
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