The 20 WORST Red Carpet Looks of 2018, Part Three: Things Fall Apart

Posted on December 27, 2018


Oh, kittens. We’re so sorry. This next bit is going to be even more painful than the last one. Behold a string of stylish, beautiful women doing their damnedest to disappoint. We’ll be brief in our commentary in order to keep the lingering pain to a minimum.

 

 

10: Janelle Monáe in Gareth Pugh at the 2018 Billboard’s Women in Music Event.

No, Miss Janelle. Not even you can make business chaps work. Girlfriend, you need to gird your loins.

 

 

 

9: Cate Blanchett in Alexander McQueen at the Cannes 2018 Closing Ceremony.

Good Lady Cate, making her THIRD appearance on our WORST list this year. That’s gotta be some kind of record. All entries on lists like these are debatable, of course, but of her three looks on this list, this one’s the least debatable as far as we’re concerned. We’re generally not fans of giant bows on women, but when that bow is the size of a teenager and it’s attached to a jumpsuit with boob awnings our general feelings of distaste morph into eye-twitching hatred.

 

 

8: Rachel Weisz in Chloé at the “Disobedience” Premiere.

We honestly have no idea how something like this even happens. The autopsy scar neckline? The tumors running down the sleeves? The poop-brown color? The bicep manacles? Bad enough someone designed this monstrosity, but how did it come about that someone wore it in public? Was there some sort of mass delusion thing happening? Does this dress give off fumes of some sort?

 

 

7: Helena Bonham Carter at the “Eleanor & Colette” Germany Premiere.

Yes, this hurts. But let this serve as an example of an unpleasant truism: Sometimes, your quirky tastes let you down.

 

 

6: Alison Brie in Roland Mouret at Marie Claire’s Image Makers Awards.

A little levity to lighten this sad-making set of entries – because we sure laugh like hell every time we see it. Oh, Miss Alison. Who talked you into this, dear? Have you fired them yet?

 

 

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