We are extremely pleased to introduce our VERY FIRST RED CARPET RUNDOWN OF 2022! You guys! This is so exciting! Put your judging pants on and walk with us!
Alexandra Daddario in Atelier Versace
We were mostly okay with it until we got to the hellaciously over-sized shoes. Girl, what is going on there?
Carl Clemons-Hopkins in Weisheng Paris
Thank you, you big queer. This is just spectacular (although we’re not convinced on the hat).
Cynthia Erivo in Louis Vuitton
You can’t ever claim she shows up looking standard or boring. While this might seem like too much look, she’s the one lady who can handle it all easily. We love it.
Hannah Einbinder in Dior Couture
It’s a great shape and style for her but we hate the old pantyhose color.
Jennifer Hudson in Vera Wang
Not reinventing any wheels but it’s pretty and cute. That soft pink looks great on her.
Julianna Margulies in Narciso Rodriguez
The design of the bust and bodice is so terrible that we can’t see anything else.
Juno Temple in Atelier Versace
She was so excited to talk about this dress on the red carpet and got a little emotionally overwhelmed when given the chance to do so. It’s hard not to love a dress when the wearer is that excited about it. Those shoulders are tough to pull off, but she’s tiny and it doesn’t overwhelm her. Our only quibble is that the shade of gold is a little too pale for her.
Karen Pittman in Greta Constantine
It’s a gorgeous shade of yellow but we’re not convinced it flatters her. We do love the necklace paired with it, though.
Kerry Washington in Celia Kritharioti
This shade looks great on her, though. Love the lip color paired with it.
Marlee Matlin in Lafayette 148
It’s got an elegant, retro style that really suits her. Those shoes are going to need to be retired from red carpet rotation. We think a half-dozen women wore them that night.
It feels like we’re seeing a lot of classic gowns lately, like everyone’s yearning so much for a return to normal. To be fair, she never struck us as the type that would go for trendy looks. Love this color on her and the neckline is lovely. Our only quibbles are that the clutch doesn’t do much for the look and the hem length would be better an inch or two lower.
Mira Sorvino in Wolk Morais
We love that she and Lisa Kudrow dressed in homages to the characters from Romy & Michelle’s High School Reunion. We just wish that we loved this suit. A little too shiny and ill-fitting to work.
Piper Perabo in Bazza Alzouman
Oooh, no. We HATE the design of this thing. There are a ton of really gross allusions and references we might have made back in the day when we were much bigger bitches but we’ll leave it up to your imagination to guess what they might be.
Sandra Oh in Carolina Herrera
Absolutely adore this look on her.
Sophie Hunter and Benedict Cumberbatch in Dior
Her dress is interesting, but we really don’t like the color at all. If it had been just a little darker or richer, we might have been on board. He’s fine – in every sense of the word.
Vanessa Hudgens in Atelier Versace
We don’t love the toothpaste color, but the fit is spectacular.
Venus Williams in Dolce & Gabbana
There’s a way to do a great sort of Amazon warrior style for Venus, but this (almost literal) half-assed dress is not it.
[Photo Credit: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for WarnerMedia, Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for WarnerMedia, Frazer Harrison/Getty Images]
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