We had to put Anne Hathaway’s unusual frock choice up to a vote, but it’s time to round up some of the other notable attendees of the Fashion Awards and assess whether they lived up to the event or not. Let’s go, kittens!
Amal Clooney in Versace
It’s one of her better efforts, but we don’t like the ombre effect or how the paillettes transition from one size to the next. We realize that sounds nitpicky as hell.
Andrew Garfield in Valentino
Ashely Park in David Koma
Y’know? For a dress with a giant fishbust, this actually looks pretty good.
Charli XCX in Jean Paul Gaultier
We appreciate that she went hard, but this really isn’t a very attractive dress.
Felicity Jones in Erdem
The bodice is interesting (if not exactly pretty to our eyes), but the skirt design is so unresolved that it looks like she’s wearing sheer drapes.
FKA Twigs in Valentino
We don’t mind this, although we think the underskirt doesn’t look so hot.
Gillian Anderson in Valentino
She looks gorgeous and she knows it.
Gwendoline Christie in Giles Deacon
That’s a bit much.
Gwyneth Paltrow in Vintage Valentino Couture
The dress is okay but we hate the coat and we think the red is a little tomatoey for her.
India Amarteifio in Huishan Zhang
It’s an interesting design, but the color makes it look like dust or lint.
Jodie Comer in Victoria Beckham
Really cute and relatively low-effort, shoes aside. Love the ear jewelry.
Letitia Wright in Prada
We want to like this, but the style of dress just doesn’t coordinate well with the pants.
Lily James in Miu Miu
This is pretty striking but we’d like it so much more without the cutout.
Maisie Williams in Simone Rocha
We love this little fashion freak. We don’t love this look, but we respect the hell out of it. Why be normal?
Michaela Coel in Salvatore Ferragamo
Simple, effective and very hot.
Pamela Anderson in Stella McCartney
We fully support the lady’s no-makeup campaign, but this is a terrible outfit. If you’re promoting a clean face and more realistic beauty standards, why would you wear something that looks cheap and ill-fitted?
Rita Ora in Primark
Oh, WHATEVER, you ridiculous tryhard.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Valentino
We can’t get mad at it, especially since she’s perfectly styled for it.
Sam Smith in Vivienne Westwood
We could take or leave the kilt and boots, but the jacket is gorgeous.
Simone Ashley in Valentino
It’s undeniably hot and it looks great on her, but it seems a little slight for this event. We are never going to get used to those high-vamped Daisy Duck shoes.
Taylor Russell in Loewe
It’s uniquely pretty. We just wish the bodice wasn’t quite so overwhelming on her.
Tessa Thompson in Loewe
This doesn’t photograph all that well, but we suspect it looked elegant in person. Not convinced those were the right shoes for it.
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