Darlings, it’s time to close out what may have been our busiest red carpet week in several years! Yay for pseudo-normalcy!
Alana Haim in Louis Vuitton
We kinda love this for her, but we don’t think the bottom half and the top half actually go together all that well.
Amy Schumer in Halston
It’s simple and low-key, which suits her better than we would have thought.
Ariana DeBose in Maison Rabih Kayrou
We’re not crazy about the shape or the length of the dress, but those sandals do a lot for the look.
Caitriona Balfe in Saint Laurent
Sure! Let’s bring spandex disco pants back! We’re all for it. This looks kind of great on her, although the wonky neckline bugs a little.
Da’Vine Joy Randolph
Great hair, cute dress, terrible shoes.
Doing the least and still looking cute.
Emilia Jones in Alexander McQueen
We hate this sort of skirt on principle, but we have to admit, it’s mostly working for her.
Gabrielle Union in Altuzarra
Jenna Coleman in Erdem
We honestly can’t decide we like this or not. The style really suits her and while there’s nothing inherently wrong with the color story, it does tend to make it feel off season.
Lily Collins in Brunello Cucinelli
This is great. Doesn’t pop all that much on a black carpet, but it’s chic and sharp. We’d have rec’d a metallic shoe.
Natalie Portman in Magda Butrym
Meh. It’s okay. A bit too FLOTUS for us.
Rebecca Hall in Galvan
That halter encircling the bust is silly, but the rest of it is nice enough. Love the shoes.
Renate Reinsve in Khaite
Maggie Gyllenhaal wore the black version of this last week and we didn’t much like it. We can’t say we love it here, but the white feels a bit more striking in a goddess/angel sort of way. It suits her.
Renate Reinsve in Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini
The skirt is dramatic and striking, but the top does nothing.
He looks great and it feels like he’s slowly learning to dress around the caps he prefers to wear on the red carpet. The tweed and suede bucks are stylish and photogenic and full of personality.
Zoey Deutch in Gucci
Girl, your dress is an utter horror show of design.
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