I didn’t feel like writing multiple posts to cover all the horrifying pink tulle dresses. For some reason everyone showed up like it was prom? My favorites are at the bottom, but you’ll have to read through all this garbage first. Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times Gemma Chan. Honey, I’m really proud of you. You’ve had a great year. But for someone who’s playing fashion It Girl, Astrid Leong-Teo, why are you dressed like an inflatable pink lifeboat? It’s as if Valentino gra
Charlize Theron looks like she’s wearing Fleur Delacour cosplay. This is honestly one of the most disappointing gowns of the night. Surely Dior had something else? Bridesmaid blue is usually Amy Adams’s lane. She could’ve played it safe and pulled out one of her go-to gold metallic dresses. If Theron were going to wear something so matronly, she should’ve gone the whole nine yards and worn all black. It probably would’ve better complemented the new brunette bob. I don’t care
I had no idea who the hell Elsie Fisher was until today. But then she marched up to her mark looking like a young Margot Tenenbaum and she went from a WHO to a THEM. I did a quick Google and was shocked she’s the same star from Eighth Grade. She is wearing the sh-t out of this three piece suit and little barrette. She’s only 15 years old and she’s mugging beyond her years. I respect a teenage girl who can rock menswear while the rest of her peers are swanning around in tulle.
I’d like Rachel Weisz to strangle me in this gown. The red latex crop top is giving me Berlin sex club vibes. I like that the tulle skirt isn’t too tufty, which would’ve overwhelmed the whole look. The headband… I could do without. A more tousled hairdo might’ve evened out the princess/dominatrix contrast. It’s definitely a departure from Weisz’s safer choices on the red carpet. Just because you know you’re not going to win doesn’t mean you have to wear a snooze of a dress (h