Kittens, we’ve given plenty of attendees the spotlight already, but it’s time to run down this red carpet and spew out our judgments on the fly, wouldn’t you say? These folks have been waiting ever so long to hear what we think and we owe it to them to end their suffering.
Angela Bassett in Azzi & Osta
Absolutely the best red carpet look we’ve seen her sport in a good long while. We hope she got a new stylist and this represents a directional choice. The color is stunning and she’s perfectly styled. Love the bag and ring.
Da’Vine Joy Randolph
We love everything about this except for the color. We know that minty green is on trend and we won’t even suggest she can’t work it, but it just looks too bathroomy to us.
THAT is one insanely stunning, totally unique, utterly eye-popping look. We are completely okay with every bit of this. Some folks are born to wear these sorts of head-turning, unexpected, boundary-pushing kinds of looks.
Kiki Layne in Oscar de la Renta
And some are born to werq classic elegance and glamour. She looks drop-dead gorgeous.
Lena Waithe in Richfresh
She wears suits better than 90% of men.
Logan Browning in Prabal Gurung
We’re not big fans of tiered dresses and the black unfortunately doesn’t photograph as well as it could have, but the earrings make up for all of that.
Marsai Martin in Ermanno Scervino
Caught in some sort of thresher incident on the way here, evidently.
Michael B. Jordan
Sterling K. Brown in Isaia
Love the subtle texture of the tux but it’s a bit tight.
Tiffany Haddish in Aliétte,
It’s almost perfect, but that zipper is terrible.
Yara Shahidi in Gucci
Freaking gorgeous. We think we’d find that dress close to hideous just hanging on a rack, but she makes it sing.
Yvette Nicole Brown
LOVE this. It’s just unique enough to be surprising and eye-catching without sacrificing any of the glamour.
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