For this year’s Women in Film honors, the ladystars really toned down their looks, to the point that we half-wonder if the evening had a theme of “Minimalism.” Let’s go judge some!
As plain as humanly possible. Every once in a while, she pulls out the stops on her fashion attempts, but it seems more and more, she just wants to go the “red carpet Amish” route with her style.
This doesn’t necessarily photograph all that well under these conditions, but this is a really sharp look.
Kathryn Newton in Max Mara
Cute from the back, but kind of dull from the front. And the whites don’t match.
Lashana Lynch in Fendi
We like the dress, even if it does look a little like judges’ robes from the waist up. The boots don’t go with it at all.
Lili Reinhart in Max Mara
Love this. It’s really eye-catching and the contrasting prints make it much more interesting. Not loving the slicked back hair with it, though.
Maria Bakalova in Sportmax
It’s fine. Just okay. We don’t think the accessories coordinate with the dress at all, though.
Olivia Wilde in Saint Laurent
Hoods are getting more and more popular on the red carpet and we’re all for it, just as we’re all for outlawing the use of unattractive cutouts in fashion.
CRUSHED IT. She looks FLAMAZING.
Sheryl Lee Ralph in Sportmax
This is kind of cute, but she needed to have those shoulders reined in a little. Squared-off, accentuated shoulders just aren’t for everyone.
Thuso Mbedu in Sportmax
Simple and gorgeous. Would not have recommended shiny black ankle-strap pumps with it.
[Photo Credit: Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for WIF]
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