No time for intros, kittens! The sun is shining and the weekend calls!
Allison Williams in Celine
Prim and pretty with a retro feel. Pretty much perfect for her. It feels like she’s really figured things out.
Allison Janney in Antonio Berardi
It’s got that boldness she likes, but it’s a collection of oddly paired elements. The hem’s too high, the sleeve and train feel like they’re tacked on.
Y’know? The whole look feels very Boy George , but those moon boot kicks are a total needles scratch.
Way too ’80s prom. And the skirt is a bit too short, from a proportional perspective.
The black hose, brilliantly colored dress and pale coat don’t actually combine all that well, we’re afraid.
Indya Moore in LaQuan Smith
Serving body-ody-ody. We mentioned once that this was a sort of personal/political statement on their part; a sense that they were owning their body and making a statement about their identity. Their stylist wound up retweeting it and noting that we “get it,” which means, we suppose, that we get it.
If nothing else, he fills out a pair of tight jeans very well. The jacket’s pretty nice too. We always say we’re going to get a suede jacket for spring and the next thing we know, it’s summer. We have to set a date to start shopping for one.
Katie Holmes in Maison Mayle
Someday, folks are going to look back on this time and ask “Why did the women all dress like a cowboy movie schoolmarm who makes her clothes out of old sheets?” And we won’t be able to answer them, will we?
That’s a lot of boob, belt and shoe. The color’s not great and we have no idea what to make of her hair.
Soothingly pretty. Take a moment longer if you need to.
Considering some of the smacked-ass fashion she’s been sporting of late, this is downright shocking in its elegance.
It’s fun in a “hosting a fondue party in 1972” sort of way but we don’t love the pastel color story.
Mj Rodriguez in Altuzarra
This is fine but we think we’re ready to see her break away from the Studio 54 style she tends to favor.
Does this all work? Not entirely. Do we feel nothing but awe and respect for her for trying it? Absolutely.
Storm Reid in Fausto Puglisi
Looks like a cupcake wrapper. Which is kind of cute, we have to admit.
Vera Farmiga in Ryan Roche
Yet another variation on the ladytux. Works for us. Can’t say we love the lace tie, but it’s an interesting variation. The suede boots are questionable, though.
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