This is it, darlings! The FINAL round of judgment on the 2019 Emmys attendees! Join us, won’t you?
Aidy Bryant in Sandy Liang
It’s a cute textile and shape. We just wish it had been a gown.
Bridgid Coulter (in Aidan Mattox) and Don Cheadler (in Isaia)
Can’t say we love white dinner jackets over black shirts, but if you’re going to do it, the fit has to be impeccable. It’s not.
Charlie Barnett in Ports 1961
We didn’t realize the subtle pattern and color going on here. He looks great.
Eris Baker in Tadashi Shoji
The dress is elegant, but low-key. The hair decoration makes the look.
Fiona Shaw in Emilia Wickstead
Simple but really eye-catching and well-suited to her.
Jenny McCarthy Alexander McQueen
Joey King in Zac Posen
Seems kind of generic from the front.
Kate McKinnon in Narciso Rodriguez
Kelly Osbourne in Brandon Maxwell
Hate the hair bow, love everything else.
Kerry Washington in Alexander Vauthier Couture
Miss Woman was FEELING the hell out of those pants when she walked across the stage and we don’t blame her.
Laura Linney in Derek Lam
We had no idea until just now that she’d been wearing pants. If there was just a bit less to that top, this would’ve worked great.
Manny Jacinto in Saint Laurent
Resting on those cheekbones -as he should.
Margaret Qualley in Chanel Couture
We’re not sure the hair works all that well, but that white belt really makes the look.
Maya Rudolph in The Vampire’s Wife
She keeps wearing the exact same VW dress in different textiles. It works for her but it’s going to get old very soon.
Naomi Watts in Dior Couture
Nathalie Emmanuel in Miu Miu
That looks nothing like Miu Miu. The skirt’s great but the bodice manages to be both flimsy and overdesigned.
Rachel Brosnahan in Elie Saab Couture
Great color, overwrought design.
Robin Wright in Saint Laurent
Really leaning into that whole Amazon General thing. Can’t say it’s not working.
Sacha Baron Cohen and Isla Fisher (in Zuhair Murad)
We feel like we should hate his red shirt, but it’s really working for him. She’s handling an awful lot of pleating with aplomb. A lot of folks would’ve had a hard time keeping that from looking like an overwhelming mess. Great color for her.
Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen (in Halston)
A couple of classics.
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