Second verse! First one’s here, in case you missed it.
Armie Hammer in Ermenegildo Zegna Couture
He’s roughly 11 feet tall, so we tend to give him some leeway on issues of hem and sleeve length. Then again, this is Zegna Couture and worth several mortgage payments, so you’d think they’d get it right. Love the jacket; do not love the black shirt with it.
Constance Wu in Miu Miu
This may be one of the least whimsical Miu Miu jawns we’ve ever seen. It feels … lacking. The design’s kind of drab.
Felicity Jones in Miu Miu
Another oddly low-key piece from the house of Miuccia. We think this works really well for her but it calls for way more slap than she’s currently sporting on her face.
Joel Edgerton in Paul Smith
*indicates everything, top to bottom*
— will do nicely.
Kathryn Hahn in Rosie Assoulin
How much surprise was in your scrolldown surprise? We want to like this but that skirt shouldn’t even be in the same building as that top.
Kesha in Cheng
Gold sandals and pumps exploded this month as a trend but we don’t think those go with the dress at all. And the dress itself is, frankly, a bit weirdly designed and cheap-looking. Miss Kesha you deserve better than this.
Lily Collins in Georges Chakra Couture
Is it us or have the stars REALLY leaned into holiday dressing this year? Lots of sparkle, metallics and jewel tones; more than usual, we think.
Michael B. Jordan in Ermenegildo Zegna Couture
We can’t love a blindingly white dinner jacket with a black shirt. Newp.
Michelle Yeoh in Elie Saab
We would love this dress a lot more if the bodice didn’t have a sheer illusion effect and if the blue was a few shades darker. The style and shape look fantastic on her, though.
Rashida Jones in Reem Acra
Mrs. Claus is doing things a little differently this year.
Regina King in Jenny Packham
Skirt’s a maybe; bodice is a big ol’ NO. That seems to be a theme with this red carpet.
Rosamund Pike in Givenchy
We don’t think the head-styling goes all that well with it and the pants seem like an afterthought, but that top is a whole lot of Studio 54 fun.
Zoe Kazan in Valentino
Dracula’s Tween Daughter.
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