We gave Kristen Stewart, Tessa Thompson, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Dakota Johnson their own spotlight posts, but it’s time to round up the rest of the attendees (or at least, some of the more notably attired ones) of this year’s Gotham Awards and give them the T Lo treatment. And by that we mean judge their clothes, of course.
Dan Levy in Thom Browne
It’s cute! It’s expected! It’s maybe getting a little stale for him as a style. On the other hand, that coat really is gorgeous.
Julianne Moore in Saint Laurent
Okay, we’re gonna have to go with “No” on that bathing suit.
Rebecca Hall in Emilia Wickstead
Everything about this look, from the earrings to the crop top to the shoes, is slightly unexpected and comes off like a pleasant surprise. It’s a look that’s hard to pull off and particularly well suited to her.
Rooney Mara in Givenchy
If you told us these pictures were from 2014, we’d have every reason to believe it. Rooney, you are in desperate need of a style refresh.
Ruth Negga in Miu Miu
Gorgeous dress. We’re not sure about the shoes, though. They’re very similar to the ones Rebecca Hall is wearing but her ensemble wasn’t quite so visually dazzling. Still, the idea to do black pumps with some sort of sparkle to them is probably the best way to go.
Taylour Paige in Rodarte
It’s a little to close to lingerie for our liking, but she looks pretty.
Thandiwe Newton in Oscar de la Renta
Love the hairpiece. We’re not a hundred percent on the dress design, which strikes us as a bit busy, but we’d like it a lot more if that lining actually matched.
Zazie Beetz in Christopher John Rogers
It’s a whole lot of look but it’s fun and exuberant. We tend to think it would be better without the gloves.
[Photo Credit: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for The Gotham Film & Media Institute]