Amanda Seyfried in The Label Edition
Terrible proportions. We don’t mind a short-as-hell skirt, but it’s got to look deliberate and not like this, which inspires the inevitable “forgot her pants” jokes.
This is very on-brand for her but we’re sorry to say, we’ve never loved how she brands herself. The retro-tweeness doesn’t suit her at all. Look at how clean her face is and how low-key her hair is. A dress like this calls for some lady drag, but that’s not who she is. She should be in caftans and cocktail rings all the time. Not pearls and pumps.
Basic, but very cute.
Gemma Chan in Monse
Enh. It’s Monse, which means in our view it’s a better-than-average asymmetrical black dress, but it’s still a pretty standard asymmetrical black dress.
It’s a little goofy that she’s holding a headless woman’s hand, but we suspect she’s in on the joke. Cute dress, kind of silly shoes.
Good lord, no. Everything here is terrible and needs to be destroyed immediately.
Keri Russell in Tom Ford
She’s got the bearing and poise to make this look chic and not like she’s a cater waitress who wandered onto the step and repeat.
Linda Cardellini in Ulyana Sergeenko
It’s not a bad choice for this particular premiere, but the shape is awfully stiff and the shoes stand out like sore thumbs.
Michelle Williams and Sam Rockwell
Evidently they were both woken from deep naps and ordered to the red carpet immediately.
Nick Jonas in Paul Smith
So extra and yet so right.
She’s Uma Thurman and she has no time for your nonsense. Take the damn picture.
He just can’t help dressing like someone you’d cross the street to avoid, can he?
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