Black ladies and black lady-supporters, please step forward to display your finery.
Amandla Stenberg in Ellery
LOVE. It’s very much a throwback to the seventies, but her youth does a lot to make it look fresh and chic.
Angela Bassett in Greta Constantine
Can’t argue with the dress, but those shoes look like they’re torturing her.
Kelly Rowland in Keti Chkhikvadze
Good to see you, Miss Kelly. Let us know when you’re ready to change into your outfit. We can’t wait to see it!
Kiki Layne in Ulla Johnson
It’s an attention-getter, that’s for sure. But we don’t like the colors, textile or shapes.
Laura Harrier in Glemaud
She has both an eye for interesting looks and the knack to make them sing. The colors look amazing on her. The hoops and hair play really well with the business-sexy vibe of the look.
Marsai Martin in Alice + Olivia
Adorable-Chic. She looks amazing.
This is kind of sharp, but it feels a bit businesslike or luncheon in tone.
Regina Hall in Reem Acra
It’s okay. The color’s only so-so and the neckline’s a bit overdesigned.
Regina King in L’Agence
LOVE this. It’s like she’s openly auditioning for a Michelle Obama biopic now.
Shangela Pierce in Topman
Taking a page from the RuPaul Book of Style, we see. Very smart. And also very much the kind of thing he would do, since he’s always claimed Ru as his main career inspiration. Our only complain is with those awful bowling shoes.
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