We feel like we’ve been neglecting all of those hardworking stars and their style efforts for the Producers Guild of America Awards because we’ve spent most of our energy this week focusing on those selfsame stars’ style efforts for the Screen Actors Guild Awards. We managed to give a few of the PGA looks the spotlight treatment (Michelle Williams, Jamie Lee Curtis, Cate Blanchett), but it’s well past time to wrap this one up.
Amanda Seyfried in Carolina Herrera
Apparently she’s feeling a short-and-sassy style for awards season. This is really cute. She needs more jewelry.
Amy Poehler in Lela Rose
Miss Amy has been turning the looks out lately and we’re happy to see it. The dress is great but the hair is not up to its level. The bag is very “comes with purchase.”
He’s having a really great time of it lately, so we’ll refrain from our usual complaints about fit and boredom. We’ll just voice the one about how his glasses never sit on his face correctly.
Boring and half-assed. No points awarded.
Hannah Einbinder in Dries Van Noten
It’s nice to see her back in her sapphic suiting style, but why is this so huge on her?
Jay Ellis in Brunello Cucinelli
The jacket’s a little snug and we wish the blacks were a little darker, but this is pretty great.
Ke Huy Quan
Never gets it wrong. Love the big shoes.
Why Miss Kerry. You’ve gone all glam all of a sudden. We approve. We don’t love the high collar, but we like the slinky shimmer. Let’s work on getting your hair zhuzhed for the next one.
Michelle Yeoh in Chanel Couture
As we noted before, you can never predict what her next awards season gown will look like. She’s really great about bouncing around from style to style. It keeps her looking fresh, even when she’s wearing a gown like this one, which is otherwise kind of dreary and heavy.
Mindy Kaling in Monique Lhuillier
Personal best, for sure. We don’t think she’s ever looked so gorgeous on a red carpet.
Miss Patty seems to love certain elements – high collars, broad shoulders, ruffles – that aren’t necessarily the best ones for her. Having said that, this is one of her more successful efforts. The only part we don’t like are the shoulders.
Acceptable, but disappointingly normal.
Sandra Oh in Cong Tri
Looks great. Needs jewelry.
Stephanie Hsu in Elie Saab
Gorgeous. We’d have rec’d a gold or silver metallic sandal, though.
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