Adam Devine (with Chloe Bridges)
This all appears to be in order – which is good, because that number they made him do was damn near a career-killer.
We would expect no different from her. The bag is fun and the shoes are glam, but that dress is a tent.
Anna Chlumsky in J. Mendel
Surprisingly pretty. And unusual color story and a fresh take on a floral.
Bobby Berk, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, and Karamo Brown
Once again, Bobby looks pretty good, Tan is slaying the rest of them, Antoni is dull and Karamo looks pretentious.
Ava DuVernay in Reem Acra
Betty Gilpin in Jason Wu
A simple gown that nonetheless looks spectacular on her. We dig the clean styling but wish she’d sported one statement piece of jewelry.
Carice Van Houten in Ronald Van Der Kemp Couture
LOVE. She can really pull of the nearly impossible to pull off. A lot of folks would look overwhelmed in this.
Chrissy Metz in Christian Siriano
Nicely done, Christian. The design and style are glamorous and look great on her.
Clea DuVall in Styland
Love a killer ladytux.
Eliza Scanlen in Miu Miu
We realize that twee preciousness is Miu Miu’s whole brand but this is just a bit much. We’re getting toothaches looking at it.
Hugh Grant (with Anna Elisabet Eberstein)
Lin-Manuel Miranda in Richard James
Yes, yes. All fine and good.
Maisie Williams in JW Anderson
Love this. She should really indulge her witchy side a little more in her style choices.
Padma Lakshmi in Christian Siriano
It’s plain, but she doesn’t need much to make it all work.
Regina King in Jason Wu
Boy, that Tiffany blue sure was popular this year. This is slightly overdesigned and we can’t say we love the straps, but we also can’t stop coming back to look at this. One of the more interesting looks of the night.
Perfect. She knows it.
Some day, we ‘re absolutely convinced Sarah Silverman will wake up and realize it’s not 1996 anymore.
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