Darlings, the stars came out in their best finery to support their fave costume designers. And quite right! You can’t sing the praises of those hard-working artists loudly enough, in our opinion. Which is why we’ll try and be nice here. No, really.
Adam Scott in Isaia
Believe it or not, he had us until we got to the pink socks. Love the jacket, not too sure about the brown pants.
Catherine O’Hara in Christian Siriano
It’s kind of a shame. The shape and the style are fantastic for her, but Christian had to go and get all wonky with the pinstripes and in pictures, it just looks like she’s busting out of her clothes.
Jennifer Beals in Vintage Zandra Rhodes
Personally were not in love with the dress, but we really can’t argue with any of this. She looks spectacular. And she appears to have decided to stop aging about twenty years ago.
Julia Butters in Red Valentino
The ombre effect is a weensy bit disturbing on a little girl when rendered in a blood red. It’s cute otherwise but it is kind of a weird choice.
Kathryn Newton in Prabal Gurung
It’s so unusual to see a brightly colored large-scale floral on a red carpet at this time of year that we’re inclined to love this a bit more than we probably should. It’s pretty, but the colors are kind of garish.
Mindy Kaling in Salvador Perez
This is cute, dramatic, and flattering but the shape of that neckline isn’t great and we’re not sure what the point of the blue satin is. The dress would be better without it.
Nathalie Emmanuel in David Koma
We tend to think butterfly motifs are dicey in high-fashion, but that bodice is gorgeous. We just wish the skirt went to the floor, if only to balance out the massive sleeves.
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