So the Soho House Awards were launched last year and from what we gather, it’s basically another “Yay, we’re celebrities!” party. Which is certainly fine by us, especially since the sudden lack of red carpets in the world had the attendance for the second annual ceremony suddenly awash with celebrities. Congratulations to all of the winners and nominees for … whatever reason it was that you won or got nominated, we guess. Now stand still so we can get a look at what you’re wearing.
Ayo Edebiri in Ferragamo
It’s cuter than those pants have a right to be, but we wish the styling had some more oomph to it. At the very least, there are more interesting shoe options.
Daniel Kaluuya in Alexander McQueen
It’s okay. These sorts of graphic suits don’t always photograph well and this one doesn’t fit him all that great.
Why, Emma. This is almost normal. We’re a bit disappointed.
Emma Watson in Dior Couture
It’s pretty and genuinely interesting. We just wish it had some color to it.
Haley Lu Richardson in Maticevski
We’re almost impressed by how badly the hair, dress and bag all coordinate. They shouldn’t be anywhere near each other.
Yes, dear. We see you.
Everyone says she’s not as good at modeling as her mother, but give the girl some credit. She’s making this hideous dress look better than it is.
Karen Pittman in Rachel Gilbert
Really cute, but we don’t like the hem length and the shoes were a missed opportunity. Yellow pumps would’ve been perfect.
Oscar Isaac in Thom Browne
We’ve seen him in this look before but you won’t hear us complaining.
Our first impulse is to yell “Paul Mescal! How dare you show up at the Soho House Awards looking like you’re here to wash the dishes!” But then we remembered the Soho House Awards aren’t really a thing so it doesn’t matter.
[Photo Credit: Marion Curtis/StarPix for Soho House/startraksphoto.com]
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