After the busiest two-week stretch of red carpetry this site has seen in literally years, we are happy to report that we have a bunch of leftover looks and more than a few of them are pretty great. Let’s wrap this up, shall we?
Brie Larson in Valentino
This is flawless. We wish the pants didn’t cover the shoes but everything else is so perfectly suited to her.
Camila Mendes in Versace
We are forced to assume that someone at Versace really hates Camila Mendes.
Carrie Underwood in Monique Lhuillier
We know we always call her Country Barbie and maybe that’s sort of played out, but this literally looks like someone upsized a Barbie dress. It’s terribly mumsy.
Danai Gurira and Letitia Wright
They both look really sharp. We’re surprised to hear ourselves admitting that we love Letitia shoes. They’re kind of too much shoe; like there are too many elements fighting for attention, but the clean simplicity of her suit really gives them the space.
Doja Cat in Viktor & Rolf
It’s insane and we love it. We’re not sure about the shoes, though.
Jurnee Smollett in Ronald van der Kemp
We appreciate the design quite a bit more than we like it, if that makes any sense. It’s interesting and it’s to her credit that she chose it for a red carpet. The styling is pretty much perfect for it.
Hello, nice-looking man.
Naomi Watts in Erdem
This is like, alarmingly bad. This is, “Naomi, is everything alright?” bad.
Penélope Cruz in Chanel
Sharply cute. No notes.
Rachel Brosnahan in Armani Privé
amfAR Galas generally call for some glitz, so we get what she was going for, but we don’t like the top nearly as much as the skirt.
Sarah Michelle Gellar in Prabal Gurung
It simple but really cute and with just the right level of impact to announce your return to acting.
Sheryl Lee Ralph
It’s old school elegance and we can’t find a thing wrong with any of it.
Sophie Turner in Louis Vuitton
It’s a simple dress (for the most part) that really comes alive with the kind of aggressive styling she’s got going on here. The heavy slap and lacquered hair really take this look where it needs to go.
[Photo Credit: Jeffrey Mayer/Media Punch/INSTARimages.com/Cover Images, Xavier Collin/ABACA/INSTARimages.com/Cover Images, Brandi Benton/Startraksphoto.com/Cover Images, Danai Gurira and Letitia Wright, JOHN NACION/startraksphoto.com/Cover Images, Sean Thornton/Cover Images, BauerGriffin/INSTARimages.com/Cover Images, ROGER WONG/INSTARimages.com/Cover Images, Hubert Boesl/DPA/Cover Images, Faye’s Vision/Cover Images, Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Netflix]
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