An event all historical and stuff, darlings!
Congrats on this totally Wikipedia moment, ladies. If you manage the same trick for the Oscars, you’ll both be mentioned in each other’s obituaries! Something to shoot for!
Okay, that is super-charming, we admit. Now excuse us while we judge your lewks.
Glenn Close in Gabriela Hearst
Glenn, you’re looking radiant. Nothing like an awards season victory lap to put a little glow in one’s face and spring in one’s step. We feel like this ensemble has more actual style than the Armani she wore to the Globes, but that look was more chic. We like this for her, shape and style. But the satin trend on the red carpet has got to stop because it almost never photographs well and tends to highlight the most minor wrinkles or fit issues.
Lady Gaga in Calvin Klein by Appointment
It’s the Critics Choice Awards, which means jaw-dropping fashion isn’t really called for, but this is a total yawn. Honestly, she’s not built for minimalism. We understand wanting to take a break from all the drag – and we don’t blame her for doing so – but this would not rate as one of our faves, nor do we think it’s a style she should rely on too often. Fine for taking a breather. Also, weirdly, the peachy pink is clashing with the blue-green undertones of her hair.
Glenn Close: Gabriela Hearst Silver Ensemble | Ana Khouri Jewelry | Edie Parker Clutch | Stella Luna Shoes
Styled by Chloe Hartstein | Hair by Brant Mayfield | Makeup by Kai
Lady Gaga: Calvin Klein Dress | Djula Earrings | Giuseppe Zanotti Shoes
Styled by Sandra Amador + Tom Eerebout | Hair by Frederic Aspiras | Makeup by Sarah Nicole Tanno
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages]
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