THE TIME HAS COME. No one has to lip sync for their life, but all of these folks do have to submit themselves to our driveby assessments of their mediocre style efforts. Why? We don’t make the rules, darlings. Oh, wait. Yes we do.
Amber Valetta in Alexander McQueen
It took us a minute to realize she was wearing a jacket and not a top tucked into her pants. We’re not sure the blocking works exactly, but it’s a sharp look.
It’s not terrible, but we’re convinced she gets bad advice on how to dress her body. She’d have been so much better off with a tapered leg.
Brooke Shields Sachin & Babi
This is fun and we’re happy to see her mix things up but woman, that is not your hair.
Debi Mazar in Carmen Acedo
This isn’t even our taste, but she looks stunning in it. What gorgeous colors for the red carpet.
Denzel Washington and Family
Can’t argue with any of that.
Hillary Swank in Azzedine Alaïa
To be fair, we’d be fine with it if the entire bodice was leather, with no cutouts.
Jane Krakowski in Giambattista Valli
No complaints here. She looks comfy, elegant, and fresh.
He is addicted to wearing the same goddamn blue ill-fitted suit.
Serving up that sci-fi/sexy realness that’s perfect for a superhero red carpet.
Michael B. Jordan
Personally, we think the suit’s way too businesslike for a polo match, but we appreciate how well he’s filling it out.
Michelle Pfeiffer in Giorgio Armani and Saint Laurent
Love it. If she wanted to do a full-on Edwardian-inspired Prince and the Revolution kind of style turn, she’d be perfect for it.
Paula Patton in Moschino
It’s a pretty great summer gown but that color is terrible.
Oh no! He’s so swole he can’t button his teeny-tiny jacket!
Ruth Wilson in Erdem
This outfit must make a lot of noise when she walks.
The Jonas Brothers
They all dress like they’re heading to their after-school jobs or paper routes.
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