2022 LACMA Art + Film Gala Red Carpet Rundown PART TWO

Posted on November 07, 2022

Part one is here! Let’s GO!

 

Carey Mulligan in Louis Vuitton

Well, the scrolldown was certainly unexpected. It’s so weird. She’ll dress either in these utterly plain frocks or she’ll show up looking like a fireworks factory on fire. She has no in-between style setting.

 

 

 

Elliot Page in Gucci

He looks great. It looks like he’s getting much better tailoring advice now.

 

 

 

Heidi Klum in Rodarte

She must be so relieved to be out of that worm costume. This is kind of low-key, but it’s hard to argue that it doesn’t work for her.

 

 

 

Janelle Monáe in Gucci

Really gorgeous in an unusual way. It’s got all the style elements of high-end 1920s style (feathers, fringe, pearls and sequins) but none of it is rendered in 1920s style.

 

 

 

Jude Law

Yuck. Sorry, but we’re a big NO on that jacket, which looks terrible on him.

 

 

 

Julia Garner in Gucci

It’s giving 1940s screen siren and it looks fantastic on her. It didn’t need the gloves at all.

 

 

 

Kathryn Hahn in AZ Factory

We’re just… confused.

 

 

 

Laura Harrier in Saint Laurent

Stunning. The jewelry and manicure are both such perfectly chic accompaniments.

 

 

 

Måneskin in Gucci

We love these glampires.

 

 

 

Olivia Wilde in Gucci

Just… no. You can’t just add a pair of ugly-ass gloves to any gown and call it trendy. This looks dumb. The gown’s really nice, although the neckline is a bit too wide on it.

 

 

 

Paris Hilton in Jasmin Erbas Couture

It just feels like a slightly frantic attempt to show skin in an unusual sort of way. It’s not very interesting or pretty.

 

 

 

Sandra Oh in Giambattista Valli Couture

It’s a little wallpaper-y, but she looks very pretty in it.

 

 

Sebastian Stan

That gorgeous suit deserved a little more effort, sir.

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: Michael Kovac/Getty Images for LACMA, Presley Ann/Getty Images for LACMA, Axelle Woussen/BauerGriffin/INST/Cover Images]

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