Darlings, so many stars attended the Vogue World Show in London last night that we couldn’t even fit them in the thumbnail image above. We couldn’t even fit them in this post, because we had to give Kate Winslet and Sienna Miller at least a little spotlight attention. We feel bad that we’re doing this in a rundown, because a lot of these looks are eye-popping, but we’ve had a ton of content to get out this week (all praise and thanks to the content goddesses), so we’re afraid we’re gonna have to judge these looks quick n’ dirty style.
Charithra Chandran in Emilia Wickstead
Kinda hard to get gold sequins wrong. We like the silver accents here.
Claire Foy in Vivienne Westwood (Top) and Moncler (Skirt)
The bodice looks like it’s deflating. It’s fine otherwise, although the blacks don’t seem to match.
Daisy Edgar-Jones in Gucci
The bow is silly as hell and the shoes are wrong for the dress.
Damian Lewis (in Lanvin) and Alison Mosshart
Those pants are horrible. They look like something a utility worker wears to do roadside work. She looks pretty great.
Dove Cameron in Coach
That’s fabulous. No notes.
Emilia Clarke in Dior
It’s low-key pretty, but the strap situation has a slightly fetish vibe to it.
Gemma Chan in Louis Vuitton
Perfection. Love that color on her.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw in Roksanda
We don’t like the textile or the design of the dress, which just looks like a belted swatch of fabric with a hole for her head, but she’s gorgeous and she’s almost making it work.
James McAvoy (in Dunhill) and Lisa Liberati
They look great together, but we don’t understand his mismatched pants or the suede boots for a clearly semi-formal occasion.
Jenna Coleman in Rotate
Yeah, no. That’s not working for us.
Jodie Turner-Smith in Viktor & Rolf Couture
THAT is the most FABULOUS panty-baring outfit we’ve seen in ages. And we’ve seen a ton of them lately.
Joe Locke in Valentino
It’s giving “Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman after she went shopping,” but it’s pretty cute. Love the shoes.
Kit Connor in Loewe
We love the pants, but we hate the rather conservative style of the top.
Letitia Wright in Prada
Low-key, but with a fabulous flourish io impracticality. Our only quibble is with the sandals, which are kind of heavy and dull.
Maisie Williams in Maison Margiela
We had to take a minute and really look at it, but we like the dress and the tights. We don’t like the hat or the shoes.
Maude Apatow in Bode
The skirt and top are very pretty, but we have no idea why someone would wear a bridal veil to an event like this.
Naomi Ackie in Valentino
Sharp, with just the right touch of romantic sparkle to it.
Nathalie Emmanuel in Dior
It would be cute if it were lined.
Ncuti Gatwa in Burc Akoyl
Just pure Queer Black Excellence on display. He looks amazing.
Princess Beatrice of York (in Richard Quinn) and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi
It’s an okay dress, but what’s going on with that sleeve?
Princess Eugenie of York in Fendi
All the credit in the world for working that much satin with nary a wrinkle, but that neckline is terrible.
Rita Ora in Alaïa
The bag is the most interesting part of the look. It’s not a bad gown, but we’re surprised by how low-key it is.
Sheila Atim in Prada
The bra looks a bit snug on her, but it’s an otherwise dramatic and gorgeous look. We would’ve suggested silver sandals.
Simone Ashley in Tamara Ralph
After some of the hideous sheer dresses at the VMAs, we can’t even get mad at this. It’s definitely a fresh take on the idea. We hope she brought a pillow to sit on.
Yara Shahidi in Victoria Beckham
Great color, but the design looks a little overworked.
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