A whole slew of international stars descended upon Tiffany & Co.’s flagship store in New York to celebrate its grand re-opening. We singled out a few of the looks for the spotlight treatment (They deserved it), but the week is coming to a close and we’ve got to clear all of these outfits from our to-do list. Join us in a round of drive-by judgment, won’t you?
This is honestly pretty perfect. Sweet, sophisticated, vaguely retro and yet somehow very modern at the same time. We don’t tend to love dress designs as tricky as this one, but it really works beautifully.
Anitta in Alexander Wang
There’s a certain wit to the idea of a high-end drawers-out look, but the way the shirt and the shorts are arranged (or sewn, because we have no idea if they’re separate pieces or just trim added to the jacket and pants) is pretty awkward.
Dramatically beautiful and eye-catching. She looks like a painting.
Blake Lively in Brandon Maxwell
This is a surprisingly fun and funky look for her. We think it might be a little off for the venue, but it’s a perfect example of New York style.
Diego Boneta in Giuliva Heritage
Not even he can make all that yellow-beige work. It’s a nice suit, though.
This just comes off entirely too fussy and overdesigned/styled. The white trim is distracting and the shoes are too heavy.
Gabrielle Union (in Elie Saab) and Dwayne Wade
They’re a stunning couple. Much as we tend to enjoy a well-chosen sneaker on the red carpet, we think this wasn’t the time or place for it. LOVE her whole look, top to bottom.
Gal Gadot in Loewe
Given the occasion, we’re surprised to see so few little black dresses. This is a stylish, modern-looking update to the classic look.
Hailey Bieber in Versace
This is also giving Holly Golightly, but it feels like a lackluster attempt. The Tiffany blue mani-pedi is a cute idea, but it looks a little jarring as the only color in the entire look.
This is pretty great, but we really don’t get why you’d pair a shiny black jacket with matte black pants.
Works for us.
Jacob Elordi in Valentino
He looks like a coked-out record executive at Studio 54 and if you know anything at all about us, you know that’s a hell of a compliment.
Simple and classic. The blue shirt is a nice touch.
Katy Perry in Vintage Dior
We don’t tend to love pleated ruffles all that much, but this is surprisingly pretty. It would have been great in a richer color.
What a fucking idiot.
It’s a chic look, but we don’t love the hem length or the shoes.
Michael B. Jordan
We are simply unable to argue with any of that.
We realize formalwear isn’t really his thing, but as cute as this outfit is, it’s too casual for the event.
Ranveer Singh in Gaurav Gupta
Now THAT’S how you show off a pendant.
Tiffany Haddish in Christian Siriano
This looks to be a cute little spin on the classic Holly Golightly look. It’ clever, bit we’re not sure the diamond trim really works.
Tracee Ellis Ross in Ferragamo
This is surprisingly low-key and elegant for her. Her fashion tends to be quite a bit more exuberant than this. There are times when you can wear necklaces and bracelets over your clothes, but it’s a style that should be used somewhat sparingly. On the other hand, she’s there to model jewelry.
Suave and elegant. That pants could use a hemming.
It’s very “sexy secretary,” which isn’t a bad look, but this is a kind of dull version of it.
[Photo Credit: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for Tiffany & Co.]
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