Christian Siriano Fall 2022 Fashion Show Front Row

Posted on February 14, 2022

Okay ladies, now let’s get in formation.

The Christian Siriano show front row is always a who’s who of celebrity ladies who just adore the man who invited them there. Danielle Brooks, Hannah Waddingham, Drew Barrymore, Alicia Silverstone, Susan Sarandon, MJ Rodriquez, Anna Chlumsky, Symone, Ava Max and Aquaria were all thrilled to be there and ready to cheer their guy on as he showed off his latest.

 

 

 

 

Hannah Waddingham

Don’t love the hem, but we sure can’t argue with the rest of it.

 

 

Mj Rodriguez

We’re not sure if there’s a reason behind the shaved head, but she sure is rocking the shit out of it. We don’t love the dress design, but it was matched to the right wearer. She’s doing things for it.

 

 

 

Ava Max

Not an easy suit to pull off, but it coordinates fantastically with her hair.

 

 

Alicia Silverstone, Susan Sarandon and Drew Barrymore

We don’t think front-row outfits are necessarily forced on the stars here, so we have to figure Alicia wanted to wear that barely-there dress, but we can’t help thinking she must have been freezing. Love Susan’s boots and bag, which really elevate her look. Drew’s satin pajamas are cute, if not particularly practical for real world wear.

 

 

 

Symone and Aquaria

Sorry, Aquaria but Miss Symone just lapped you. That is a whole lotta look for the front row, but isn’t that what you want to see when you put a drag queen in that spot? We do love Aquaria’s makeup, though.

 

 

 

Danielle Brooks

She’s in the worst possible picture-taking conditions for it, but we can tell that’s a pretty great LBD for her. Love her hair.

 

 

Anna Chlumsky

We’d never have predicted she’d take so well to such a loud tacky-glam sort of look, but we love this for her. We just wish the jacket fit a little better.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Christian Siriano]

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