Welcome, darlings! Welcome to THE LAST RED CARPET LEFTOVERS POST BEFORE CIVILIZATION COMES TO AN END!
Okay, fine. We’re being drama queens. But it’s a miracle we scraped together this many celebrity lewks to cast judgment on, considering how dire the red carpet landscape is at the moment. It really doesn’t seem likely that there are going to be many red carpet moments in our near future, so maybe we should all treat these final stragglers a little kindly, yes?
Haha. Just kidding. Let’s rip them.
Camila Cabello in Dolce&Gabbana
It’s almost too weird to critique, but we’ll say this: we can accept the corset/dress shirt pairing, but the lace bloomers are a bridge too far. Actually, the fact that it’s D&G is a bridge too far. Tsk.
Dua Lipa in Mugler
She’s got great fashion-wearing skills and a lot of things, including this dress, look great on her, but we have never once seen her sport a hairstyle that looked up to what she was wearing. Why does it look like she’s wearing hose over her shoe?
Elizabeth Debicki in Prada
She’s a fashion glamazon with the proportions of a model and she can’t do a thing with this hideous sack. The color is unworkable, the shape is unflattering, and the finish is a mess.
Heidi Klum in Redemption
She’s Das Kluminator. She was practically worn wearing this dress. She probably sleeps in it. What we’re saying is that it’s impossible for her to look bad in a zebra print mini.
Hilary Swank (in Elie Saab) and Betty Gilpin (in Altuzarra)
Betty’s tux is about as basic as the design gets, but it looks spectacular on her. Hilary’s dress is suitable for a 12-year-old. In 1947. Girl, what the fuck.
He overshot his cuffs, but everything else here appears to be in order.
Jaimie Alexander in Maria Lucia Hohan
What a dreary frock.
She’s La Vergarator. When they freed her from the tank they grew her in, they handed her this dress. She’s worn it on every mission since. What we’re saying here is it’s impossible for her to look bad in a skin-tight strapless dress and platform heels.
Forever spooky. Never change, Lydia Deetz.
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