We once again thank the content goddesses for bestowing so much celebrity fashion blessings upon us that we have a surplus of look. Come with us on a journey of judgment as we clean out our folders for the week, won’t you?
Yes, sir. Whatever it is you’re asking or demanding of us at the moment, the answer is Yes, sir.
Billie Lourd in Louis Vuitton
Amazing that the best Louis Vuitton design we’ve seen in months is a maternity gown, but this looks great on her.
Billy Porter in Michael Kors Collection
Love all of this. We think he needed a style tone-down, if only because he appeared to have gotten stuck in a cycle where he was constantly expected to outdo himself or make some sort of grand statement. No one needs tha tkind of pressure. We don’t love the pushed-up jacket sleeves, but the shoes, hair and makeup are all fab.
Carey Mulligan in Armani Privé
It’s fine. Not great, not exciting, not fabulous. Just…fine.
Chloë Moretz in Molly Goddard
Haha. No, girl.
Freida Pinto in Michael Kors Collection
Pants could’ve used a hemming, but other than that, this looks great.
Gabrielle Union in Prada
A beautifully lined gown (we feel we have to give attagirls whenever someone tries it) in a really eye-catching pattern and color story. She looks gorgeous.
Gwyneth Paltrow in Emilia Wickstead
It’s dull, bland and stiff. The dress is pretty bad too.
Haley Lu Richardson
We appreciate a gal who really goes for it, but this is borderline costume-y and the boots don’t really go with the dress.
The lady loves what the lady loves, but her last few frocks have been on the unflattering side.
Kaitlyn Dever in Miu Miu
This is really cute, although it washes her out a little. We wish she would go for more bold and rich colors instead of these neutrals and metallics.
Lea Michele in Michael Kors Collection
It’s a great dress, but she needs more contrast.
We certainly have no problem with any of this.
It’s okay, but once again he’s pairing the wrong kicks with the wrong suit.
Quintessa Swindell in Celine
The lightning bolts are just a little too on point for the event, but we like the attempt at luxury athleisure wear for the red carpet.
It’s okay, but that’s not really your color, girlfriend.
Sarah Shahi in Vivienne Westwood
This feels very Angelina-adjacent but she looks great.
Sofia Wylie in Nicole and Felicia Couture
This is a lot, but if you’re here to promote your YA fairy tale show, this is pretty much the only way to go.
Sophia Anne Caruso in Tarik Ediz
Or like this. Sure, it’s theme-y, but we can’t blame either of them for going this route.
Doing the bare minimum and resting on pretty. We’re seeing a disturbing number of gray suits lately.
Zoe Saldana in Fendi
We will never understand when people wear leather outfits close to their skin tone.
[Photo Credit: Eamonn McCormack/Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures, John Phillips/Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures, Courtesy of Michael Kors, Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images for BFI, Alex J. Berliner/ABImages, Xavier Collin/ABACA/INSTARimages.com/Cover Images, Courtesy of Netflix, Lia Toby/Getty Images, KOI SOJER/startraksphoto.com/Cover Images, FAYES VISION/startraksphoto.com/Cover Images]
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