Kim Kardashian won the “Who will show up wearing the MOST Tiffany jewelry” sweepstakes, so she got her own spotlight post, but the Tiffany & Co. “Tiffany Lock” collection launch had more than its share of stylish ladystars willing to clip on some earrings or sport a few cocktail rings for a good cause. Said good cause being Tiffany’s profits and the raising of each ladystar’s own profile. Hey, it can’t all be charity galas for this set. Anyway, let’s get to judgery.
Alexandra Daddario in Michel Kors Collection
We can’t tell is she’s wearing a jumpsuit or separates, but we tend to think it would look better without the matching jacket. Alternately, if it is separates, we’d say keep the jacket and switch out the vest for a contrasting blouse. Still, it’s a sharp, low-key profesh sort of look for fall.
Gal Gadot in Givenchy
It’s more of a walking-away dress than a stand-and-pose one, as evidenced by the fact that it looks a little weird when she’s standing and posing but also looks gorgeously sexy from the back. We’d have advised her not to do the standard haute couture pose of hands on hips for this one. Still, she looks gorgeous. Wonder Woman will never look bad wearing red and gold.
Hailey Bieber in Saint Laurent
Doing the bare minimum, no pun intended. If her goal was to wear something simple and generic so the jewelry can stand out, we’d say this outfit failed. The jewelry doesn’t coordinate well with it at all.
Halsey in Bronx and Banco
They followed up possibly the worst red carpet look of the year with this, which is hot and stylish and makes them look fantastic. Unlike Hailey’s frock, this outfit does a great job of showing off the jewelry. Love the gold pumps.
Kaitlyn Dever in Christian Dior
Her makeup’s pretty, the jewelry’s nice, but the dress just kind of hangs there, doing very little.
Zoë Kravitz in The Row
If you’re going to do extreme minimalism, the fit needs to be impeccable. Her boobs look extremely annoyed right now.
[Photo Credit: Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images for Tiffany & Co.]
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