2018 TrevorLIVE LA Gala Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on December 03, 2018

Darlings, you better brace yourselves, because you’re about to get hit with the queerest red carpet we’ve featured all year. Come judge the rainbow with us!

 

 

Amandla Stenberg

It’s ridiculous and if we take the dress completely out of context, we’d hate it. But on her, at this event, we find it kind of fun. Still ridiculous, but with a wink. What can we say? She’s pulling it off.
 

 

Billy Porter

WERQ, BITCH.
 

 

Daniel Levy

Daniel, you can do better. We’ve seen you do better. You’re resting on cute, sir.

 

 

Dominique Jackson

Fabulous. We wouldn’t have thought that color would work, but she’s making it sing. Also, this seems like as good a time as any to point out how hideous this carpet and backdrop are. Someone needs to get fired.

 

 

Emma Roberts

Cute. As a look, it grows us on us the more we take it in. The color looks great on her, but the dress is fairly simple, with a formal silhouette. The bag is just odd enough to make the look interesting.

 

 

Gia Gunn

WERQ, BITCH.

 

 

Indya Moore

The shape and style of the dress only work with that hair and the statement-making makeup job, representing the transgender pride flag. Normally, it might come off too nightgowny, but the look in total adds up to something dramatic and powerful.

 

 

James Van Der Beek

The clothes are fine and we hope the grooming situation is for a role because that hair/mustache combo is not to his benefit.

 

 

Mj Rodriguez

We like the idea of this look and thing it comes close to her true style preferences, but we’d wish for a bit more variation in texture and color between all the pieces she’s sporting. She doesn’t have to be a mass of black on the red carpet.

 

 

Morgan McMichaels

Drag makeup doesn’t always translate well to red carpetry, but at least the dress is fabulous.

 

 

Ongina

WERQ, BITCH.

 

 

 

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