Brits at the BRIT awards switched it up and carried white roses in honor of the #TimesUp movement.
Millie Bobby Brown in RodarteEmbed from Getty Images
This is excellently done. It’s a slightly different version of the dress Kirsten Dunst wore to the “Woodshock” premiere. I love how delicately feminine it is. When Rodarte reigns in their crazier instincts, they produce really beautiful work.Embed from Getty Images
Adwoah Aboa in Sonia RykielEmbed from Getty Images
Lovely and elegant.
Hailey Baldwin in Ralph LaurenEmbed from Getty Images
This is actually good, although I’m going to take a hard pass on the dark lip.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Saint LaurentEmbed from Getty Images
I guess the 80’s are back! This is fine – she may be a model, but I don’t know that she’s carrying that much look off so well.
Ellie Goulding in Stella McCartneyEmbed from Getty Images
Another 80’s throwback, this one decidedly less successful. It’s a lumpy, tacky mess. I adore Ellie Goulding – she’s immensley talented, but her sense of style is historically terrible.
Emma BuntonEmbed from Getty Images
And apparently trench coats for the runway are in too (see below). The white pumps are a little dated for me. I love Baby Spice, but I have so say I am bitterly disappointed by the Spice Girls non-reunion. They teased us with rumors of a tour, but now everyone is being cagey and who knows what’s on the table. I still have my fingers crossed though.
Kylie Minogue in Ralph and RussoEmbed from Getty Images
She’s so cool. This is great.
Rita Ora in Ralph and RussoEmbed from Getty Images
SO MANY FEATHERS. It’s a lot of look, which is par for the course for Rita, but I’m going to take a pass on this one.
Cheryl Cole in Jean-Louis SabajiEmbed from Getty Images
This is the same designer that made Danai Gurira’s glorious peacock dress. Obviously this is a heck of a lot more understated, and honestly, less successful.
Dua Lipa in Giambattista ValliEmbed from Getty Images
I don’t know anything about this woman other than she had an absurd name and this dress would look 100% better on Rihanna.
Camila Cabello in Ralph and RussoEmbed from Getty Images
God, could this be more droopy and sad? This is sincerely bumming me out. Ralph and Russo is usually so much better than this.
Haim in RodarteEmbed from Getty Images
Conveniently for me, Este, Danielle, Alana are standing left to right in descending order of outfit decency. Este on the left got the best of the bunch. It’s VERY Rodarte, but ultimately wearable and fun in a witchy sort of way. Danielle’s red sheer number is fine, but gets a resigned sigh from me for being the same old sheer nonsense. And Alana sadly pulled the short straw. The cutouts are pretty unflattering and the bizarrely placed hip bows are droopy and sad.
Anna Friel in Temperley LondonEmbed from Getty Images
Good god this is bad. The worst of so many trends combined into one heinous creation.