Yes, we’re STILL working our way through Sunday night’s celebrity attention-seeking festival, but at this point, anyone we feature should consider it a compliment. Ladies? You were literally the only people at this event who wore something worth talking about. Sucks that they made you lie down on a ’70s kitchen floor for photos. Oh wait. That’s just another hideous HBO backdrop.
Angela Sarafyan in Cushnie
The bust is way too tricky for our tastes, but we recognize that it’s the only thing that keeps the design from looking like Carrie White’s prom dress. It’s well-styled, though. The earrings, ring and bag all work really well to elevate the look and tie it all together.
Christina Ricci in Galvan
That is straight-up ’80s-wear, right down to the sheer black hose. And you know what? It all looks pretty great on her. Not really feeling the hair, color or style. And some metallic accessories might have freshened things up a bit. The black pumps and clutch are a bit stale.
Constance Wu in Vera Wang
Not to be meant, but … well, there’s no way to say this without sounding mean: This is an end-of-the-night dress. Not nearly as photogenic or fabulous as something she’d wear to a main event like the Globes. It’s not awful, but it the color of the lining is pretty drab.
Sarah Hyland in J. Mendel
Burnout velvet is such a dicey proposition in terms of taste, but this design has a lot going for it and we think she could have some fun working something slightly tacky-fabulous if it was done right. The problem here is the bathroom tile color. Do this in red and girlfriend’s ready to hit the dance floor.
Tiffany Haddish in Michael Kors Collection
Seems weirdly grandiose, both for her and for this party. Ditch the cape and put on a white leather jacket, we say.
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