The 2022 Critics Choice Awards Red Carpet Rundown – Part 1

Posted on March 16, 2022

Kittens, it thrills us to report that we have so much high-level celebrity red carpetry to discuss that we’re already DAYS behind! Do you have any idea how long we’ve waited for that sort of thing to return to our lives? LITERALLY exactly two years! To the day, almost! We’re feeling very celebratory about that, but don’t you worry, we’re still judgmental bitches. Now let’s get to these looks before they go ripe, shall we? After all, this is only part ONE of our final rundown of 2022 Critics Choice Award looks. Let’s go!


Alana Haim in Louis Vuitton

Easily the best she’s ever looked on a red carpet.




Aunjanue Ellis in Dolce & Gabbana

It’s regal, glamorous, and strange, which means it’s perfectly suited to her.




Chrissy Metz in Greta Constantine

Beautiful color, great shape, lovely details.




Indya Moore in Off-White

Not reinventing any wheels, but hot as hell anyway.





Jean Smart in Valentino Couture

It’s impossible not to see this as a sweatshirt over a gown. We hate it.




Joshua Jackson and Jodie Turner-Smith in Gucci

She’s just an absolute goddess of Too Much and he looks fit to burst at the opportunity to stand next to her. They’re so cute together.




Juliette Lewis in Alberta Ferretti

It’s very conventional, but it looks spectacular on her. She has a perfect widow’s peak.





HoYeon Jung in Louis Vuitton

We don’t love the dress but we adore her for choosing it.




Maggie Gyllenhaal in Chloé

It’s a great shape and style. We wish the top fit better and the whites matched.




Marlee Matlin in Dolce & Gabbana

It’s a beautiful color, but if you’re going to go to the trouble of wearing such a problematic design duo, you should at least get something flawless out of the deal. This is shaped weird and sits too low.




Mj Rodriguez in Valentino Couture

We’re not crazy about the color of the pants, but we love the design and the styling. She looks fierce.




Rita Moreno in Greta Constantine

Only this goddess could pull this off.




Robin Thede in David Koma

Sharply stunning and simple.




Saniyya Sidney in Rodarte

She’s the perfect girl for Rodarte’s brand of fussy twee.




Thuso Mbedu in Christian Dior

We don’t love the print or color and these braided Diors (like the one Rachel Zegler wore) just aren’t working for us.




Venus Williams and Serena Williams in Atelier Versace

Extremely on-brand for both of them: powerful, glamorous warrior queens. We like that they’re coordinated but distinct.




Zoey Deutch in Alexander McQueen

Kinda dull for a McQueen.


Stay tuned for more judgment in Part TWO!





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