It’s women in film, darlings! Who are also faces of the future! And probably wearing Max Mara! What more could you ask for out of an afternoon of judging-based entertainment? Be warned: the dress code was very “women who lunch” and the results are about as low-key a star can get while still serving up some slightly photogenic fashion.
She’s pulling this off. Not that a pantsuit and standard blouse are all that difficult to wear, but the color story isn’t always easy and she’s managing a very ’70s sort of soignee without being too retro about it.
LOVE the hair. This woman was built for blunt and severe looks. Again, nothing particularly fresh or forward-looking about an over-sized suit, but it suits her so well it doesn’t matter.
This is pretty disappointing. If there’s one thing she can do, it’s serve up dramatic and eye-popping fashion. This is dull. And the ruffle at the hem doesn’t really go with the minimalist design of the rest of it. It looks like someone dried to zhuzh up a hospital gown.
As with Elizabeth’s and January’s looks, this works not because it’s fresh but because it’s so well-suited to her. She should really go the witchy route more often. Lean into that Angelica Huston-like quality more. Switch out that white tee for something a little richer and a little more goth.
Adorable. A great dress in a pretty color that looks great on her, topped off by killer hair. Can’t argue with any of that.
[Photo Credit: Max Mara]
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