Glamour Women of the Year Awards 2019 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on November 13, 2019

We gave the spotlight posts to Miss Jameela and Miss Charlize, but since we’re still playing catchup on all the celebrity style happenings, it’s time to do the ol’ rundown bit. Ladies? Get in formation, please.



Aja Naomi King in Marc Jacobs

Great color, love the skirt, but that bodice is really terrible and way too tight on her.




Ava DuVernay in Greta Costantine

She’s working her trademark shape and style, which always goes well for her, but we can’t say we love the patchwork quality of the skirt. Way too crafty and home-sewn.



Danai Gurira in Tory Burch

We’re shocked to admit we mostly like this – on her. We don’t think many others could pull it off. We just have a problem with the size of the sash and the sheerness of the skirt.



Jane Fonda

Chic, simple and spectacular. She went through a brief period in the last five years or so where her public style seemed more than a bit overwrought, but she seems to have really figured out what sorts of mature styles are working best for her.



Megan Rapinoe in Gucci

We have to accept that she seems to prefer these rather formally ornate sorts of traditional gowns since she keeps picking them for red carpets, but we don’t think they come near to being the best style for her. Go with God if you love this, Megan, but we hate it.



Mj Rodriguez in Cong Tri

Flawlessness. The drape and simple sexiness really work for her and the color really sings on her.



Niecy Nash in Redemption

Making luxurious va-va-voom look utterly effortless. We are far from experts on the deployment of shapewear, but she seems to understand very well that if you can’t make it look like it’s the easiest thing in the world for you to wear it, the effect is greatly diminished. Having said that, the shoes look torturous.



Samira Wiley in Vitor Zerbinato

It’s all simple and not entirely the freshest style in the world (Helen Mirren is waiting for this outfit to be returned to her), but damn if she doesn’t look great in it.



Sophia Lilis in Batsheva

Seventeen years old is just about at the top end of the age range that’s perfect for this style. We don’t love the sandals, but she looks really cute.



Yara Shahidi in Schiaparelli Couture

Miss Yara, we’ve supported a great deal of your style experiments, but a high-waisted high-low skirt rendered in fabric store samples is the stop on the style route where we pull the chain and demand to be let off the bus.



Zosia Mamet in Galvan

Le sigh.

We could get behind her doing Boho Glam if she just committed to it. This is a badly fitted LIZA suit. You have to fully capitalize her name every time you use it now. It’s in the gay bylaws.





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