Variety’s Power of Women Event Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on September 29, 2022

Quinta Brunson and Elizabeth Olsen weren’t the only ladies at the Variety Power of Women event serving looks, but is that really so surprising? Let’s assess.



Ava DuVernay

We’ve been whining a lot lately about how tired we are of this pink trend, but sometimes even we have to recognize when it looks good. We just wish the pants weren’t puddling.



Jenna Dewan

A brown sequined gown can be tough to pull off, but she looks great in this. Do we love the wet hair and matchy pumps. No. We haven’t changed on those fronts, but we do think they work fairly well here.



Kathryn Hahn in Emilia Wickstead

We guess the ladies were feeling kinda brown tonight. We think black and brown can look really chic together, but we don’t think this works as well as it should. That table runner cape just looks silly tacked onto that little dress.




Megan Stalter

She seems very pleased with herself and we’ve been at this game long enough to know when someone is refusing to be normal or expected about their fashion. Critiquing this doesn’t really make sense, looked at it from that perspective. But since that’s why we’re here, we’ll just say that we think this outfit is unattractive and that the baby-shower infantilization is over the top and kind of icky.



Niecy Nash

Jesus Christ. We’d say having a wife agrees with her, but she’s always been insanely good about securing the perfect fit. We doubt she’ll be playing volleyball or running down any flights of stairs tonight, so for the purposes of the evening, those ladies are impressively wrangled.



Sandra Oh

The bodice is really pretty. We wish the belt were gold and that the pants were hemmed.



Snoh Aalegra

Sure. Why not? Wear the weird pants, girl. Believe it or not, our only real objection is with the turtleneck.





[Photo Credit: Amy Sussman/Getty Images, Matt Winkelmeyer/Variety via Getty Images, Michael Buckner/Variety via Getty Images]

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