2019 Directors Guild of America Awards Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on February 04, 2019

Because we are now in that stretch of Awards Season where prizes start getting handed out on an hourly basis, darlings.



Aisha Tyler

This isn’t going to land on any trend lists but it’s a seriously well-executed look in a gets-the-job-done kind of way. She looks great and she looks completely unfussed.



Catherine O’Hara

We love that it’s eye-catching and unique while giving her to comfort and coverage she evidently prefers, but we wish the styling was up to the task. The hair and makeup are too downplayed and she could use a better statement piece than that cuff.


Elsie Fisher in Akris

Her makeup looks great and we like the suit but the boots and bag are pretty random and distracting.




Helen Mirren in Brandon Maxwell

Queen Helen of the Island Nation of Fuckinfantastica. We missed you, Your Majesty. Also: This is all pretty great.



Laura Harrier in Brandon Maxwell

Some gals have a knack for making the most basic dress in the world look like a million bucks. Don’t hate her, darlings. Save it all up for the next time she wears something awful.




Linda Cardellini

This is pretty and chic in a basic way, but you’d think the co-star in an awards-sweeping film would put a little more look-at-me into her looks.




Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell (in Oscar de la Renta)

Ugh. She looks like she wrapped a curtain around a nude romper.



Octavia Spencer

It’s fine, but a little over-textured. This could use some editing. Second time today we’ve seen those shoes which means they’re probably about to wind up on every red carpet for the rest of this year.



Yalitza Aparicio in Delpozo

Lovely. Also the second time we’ve seen a very ’80s-esque pastel moire. If it’s coming back as a popular fashion textile, we hope someone does something interesting with it.  This has a slightly vintage appeal that works for her and the rest of the design, but we’d hate to have to look at dozens of these skirts in the months ahead.




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