Film Independent Spirit Awards 2022 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on March 07, 2022

We gave spotlight posts to quite a few of the Film Independent Spirit Awards (K Stew, Sydney Sweeney, Maggie Gyllenhaal and her messy husband, Lily James, a gaggle of mostly well-dressed men), but it’s time to put the rest of this fashionable crowd to bed, good and judged. So to speak. Join us, won’t you?



Amy Forsyth in Saint Laurent

This is a far cry from the Victorian drag she wears playing Carrie Astor on The Gilded Age. That’s as it should be, we think. You’ve gotta establish that style cred away from the period costume stuff as much as you can.




Bridget Everett

This suits her and she looks comfortable and confident in it. We like the shape and the color for her and we love the multiple necklaces. We don’t like the satin finish and the hem looks a mess.




Dianna Agron in Prada

That brown does nothing for her and those sandals do nothing for the outfit.




Hannah Einbinder in Paul Smith

LOVE this. The Star of David bolo tie is such a great touch.




Helen Hunt in Dolce & Gabbana

Lady, that is so not your look.





Jasmine Cephas Jones in David Koma

The dress looks like a cliche and the shoes look way too painful to be so plain.




Jennifer Beals in Gucci

It’s not subtle, but it’s not meant to be. Still, she managed to show her support to the people Ukraine while still looking chic and well put together.




Julia Fox in No Sesso





Marlee Matlin in Armani Privé

We don’t love that slippery-looking textile, but we think the shape and color of the pants make the whole suit much worse. A matching pair of pants with a much slimmer silhouette might have pulled this all together.





Michelle Yeoh in Giorgio Armani

This is lovely and kind of unexpected; one of those dresses that gives you more the longer you look at it. The shoes? Not so much.




Regina Hall in Lanvin

The fit is flawless and that shade of gold looks amazing on her. We love the pewter sandals as an accent. We hate the sleeve length.





Rosario Dawson in Thierry Mugler

It’s a very unexpected style for her and we appreciate the salute to the recently departed Mugler, but we can’t say we love the dress. Neon saddlebags are an impossible element to pull off.





Thuso Mbedu in Dior Couture

We’re not sure the mesh yoke transitions all that well into the rest of it, but the bottom 2/3 of this outfit is pretty cute.




[Photo Credit: Faye’s Vision/Cover Images/Instarimages.Com, Xavier Collin/Image Press Agency, Faye Sadou/Media Punch/]

Please review our Community Guidelines before posting a comment. Thank you!

blog comments powered by Disqus