THE FASHION AWARDS 2022 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on December 06, 2022

Darlings, a whole bunch of fashionable celebs (and a few who think they’re fashionable but sadly are not) hit the London red carpet of the British Fashion Awards, eager to show off their lewks for the night. We had to give Pope Tilda, Miss Flo and Jodie their own spotlight posts, but let’s gather up a few more attendees and assess them harshly and with love, as is our way. LFG!

 

 

Elizabeth Debicki in Dior

You don’t have to be 6’3″to pull this off, but it certainly doesn’t hurt. Love the rings and the combination of sheer black hose and sparkly ankle straps. Our only quibble is that the shirt looks a little too shoved into the pants.

 

 

FKA Twigs in Rick Owens

We don’t dislike the designs of Rick Owens but we do think they need to be judiciously styled for the average red carpet situation. She can handle a lot, but our problem with this look is that there are so many disparate elements, we can’t get a cohesive sense of it or know where our eyes are supposed to go. We might’ve enjoyed the puffer/gown combination, but the boots are a bridge too far.

 

 

James McAvoy

We get that you’ve got your whole “I’m so hot” thing, but that jacket is simply too tight, sir. Nice color, though.

 

 

 

Lily James in Rodarte

We think she’s not quite the right wearer for this dress. This is way more Florence Pugh. To be fair, she has similar predilections for tacky, skin-baring looks, but for some reason, this pairing doesn’t work for us.

 

 

 

Naomi Campbell in Valentino

Can’t argue with a legend just standing there, being legendary.

 

 

 

Pom Klementieff

Yeah, that’s a shower puff.

 

 

 

Rita Ora in Nensi Dojaka

And that’s a two-piece with a mosquito net attached to it. Girl, please.

 

 

 

Rosie Huttington-Whiteley in Valentino

Kind of an interesting and unexpected choice. We’d have liked to see heavier (and more) jewelry with it.

 

 

 

Shay Mitchell

The skirt looks like a beehive for bees with poor eyesight.

 

 

 

Sheila Atim in Prada

It’s an interesting combination and she’s just the person to make it work, but we kinda wish the top was a little simpler in design. Her makeup looks amazing.

 

 

Simone Ashley in 16Arlington

Honestly, it’s just okay. The color doesn’t really pop and all of the seams are way too visible. Can’t say we’re loving the wet-look hair either.

 

 

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