Critics’ Choice Awards 2020 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on January 14, 2020

Hey, remember when we pointed out that the Critics Choice Awards was exploding with color? We lied! Most of them stuck to basic blacks or whites again! If you missed any of our CCA coverage, you can find it all here, but it’s time to wrap this one up in one go. Ready…set…GO!

 

 

 

Annie Murphy in Temperley London

We love her and she’s adorable, but we don’t think this pantsuit’s getting the job done for her.

 

 

Ava DuVernay in Michael Cinco

Fabulously on brand. She manages to find so many variations on the same style of dress while making sure each one is distinctly eye-catching. We never find ourselves wishing she would switch things up.

 

 

Betty Gilpin in Oscar de la Renta

The pink/orange ombre is an interesting choice, but we’re not convinced it’s doing anything for her coloring. And there’s just too much dress overall.

 

 

Catherine O’Hara in Romona Keveža

A simple gown made into a flawless look with great accessorizing.

 

 

Chloe Bennet in Yanina Couture

Very “romance novel cover.” We don’t mind the style, but the color’s kind of iffy.

 

 

Chrissy Metz in 11 Honoré

The way the straps and bust marry doesn’t look particularly finished, but it’s a decent look for her.

 

 

Christine Baranski in Antonio Berardi

Pretty much perfect, wouldn’t you say?

 

 

D’Arcy Carden in Tadashi Shoji

It feels vaguely off-season, but we really love this on her. She doesn’t always hit the mark, but she did it this time. It’s fun, photogenic and a little sexy.

 

 

Emily Hampshire in J. Mendel

She looks great in that color but the bodice is way too fussy and she could’ve dialed back on the makeup gun.

 

 

Eugene Levy in Canali

Can’t argue with any of that. Love the pocket square.

 

 

Florence Pugh in Prada

We know a lot of kittens are going to be thrilled with the old-school length of that hem. It is kind of refreshing to see a woman in a gown and in possession of feet at the same time. We love the look but we don’t agree with her predilection for wearing her hair so tight.

 

 

Greta Gerwig in Alberra Ferretti

Fabulous.

 

 

Gwendoline Christie in Dior Homme

FABULOUS. LOVE the hair.

 

 

Jared Harris in Dulce Bestia

Jared continues to take his sartorial cues from RuPaul and we continue to love him a little more each time he does it.

 

 

Joey King in Prada

Honestly? We kind of love it. Yes, it looks like aluminum foil, but it’s really eye-catching. Love the earrings.

 

 

Kaitlyn Dever in Dior Couture

Skin dress.

 

 

 

Kate Beckinsale in Julien Macdonald

Nothing wrong with a little Alexis Carrington Colby cosplay – especially since she’s suited for it – but this feels kind of cheap and flimsy.

 

 

Margaret Qualley in Miu Miu

Oof. She either has the worst instincts or she gets the worst advice. The color and shape are awful on her, the shoes look terrible on her.

 

 

Mj Rodriguez in Moschino

SLAY ALL DAY, LADY

 

 

Nicole Kidman in Armani Privé

LOVE that skirt. It makes the look for her. We’ll always stick by our assessment that black is her best color.

 

 

Phoebe Waller-Bridge in Dior Couture

Meh. We’re so tired of this style of gown and she’s worn so many more interesting things.

 

 

Thomasin McKenzie in Louis Vuitton

She’s incredibly well suited to this style of dress but the makeup is all wrong and she’d be better off in some color.

 

 

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: Sara De Boer/startraksphoto.com, David Gabber/PRPhotos.com

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