Blac Chyna in Bryan Hearns
Looks like it’s time to change her name to Blac Patsy Stone.
Ciara in Jean Paul Gaultier
How does she find so many mini-dresses with trains? You’d think she’d worn them all by now but she keeps uncovering new ones.
Great shirt and suit, but those shoes absolutely do not go – with ANYTHING.
She’s pulling off a nearly impossible color, and the style/silhouette look great on her. But the sleeves are dumb.
She’s doing her – and she looks perfectly fine doing it.
We don’t mind the design, but it looks very Project Runway in execution.
Marsai Martin in Romona Keveža
Pretty, but a little on the mature side for her.
Mary J. Blige in Alberta Ferretti
Goddess in a goddess gown. Can’t get more on-point than that.
The harness situations are a little questionable, but they look amazing as a group. The colors are fabulous and each look is slightly distinct enough that it doesn’t come off like a costume or a uniform. And they take a great picture.
Miles Brown in Gucci X Dapper Dan
Cute. His kicks look like pillows on his feet.
The head wrap is what makes this look. Otherwise, it would be a bit generic.
Regina Hall in Cong Tri
It’s okay. There’s a trend for more extreme silhouettes; especially in the sleeves and shoulders. We can’t say she’s not hitting the mark trend-wise, but we just don’t love the proportions or the satiny textile.
Taraji P. Henson in Balmain
And continuing on that theme, we’re not feeling the proportions here either. The super-high neckline, bishops sleeves, high slit and mid-calf hem length combine a bit awkwardly to our eyes. We suspect this might work better without such big hair.
[Photo Credit: Instarimages]
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