OK everyone, get your worst out of your system before the Oscars….
Emily Blunt in Michael KorsEmbed from Getty Images
No one will convince me this isn’t a sartorial rendering of a vulva.
Amy Adams in CelineEmbed from Getty Images
The over-sized ’80’s scrunchie serving as a top here kills this for me.
Emma Stone in Louis VuittonEmbed from Getty Images
We all predicted this, but Emma’s partnership with Louis Vuitton is not as well as planned. This is pretty half-assed for a major awards show – literally, she’s missing half her blouse.
Yara Shahidi in FendiEmbed from Getty Images
Oh girl, NO! Leggings and a sheer, putty colored overlay do not an outfit make. She’s young and is willing to try a lot stylistically – this one just happened to be a major dud.
Madeline Brewer in Brock CollectionEmbed from Getty Images
Brock Collection strikes again. This is more tacky prom than awards show red carpet.
Chrissy Metz in John Paul AtakerEmbed from Getty Images
Chrissy usually makes very smart red carpet choices – she works with a broad range of designers to showcase flattering looks for women of non-traditional sizes. However, I find this really unflattering and dated.
Lupita Nyong’o in Vera WangEmbed from Getty Images
Oh man, this sucks so hard. Especially given her phenomenal back catalog of looks. What was Vera going for here – deconstructed tux and chain mail chic?
Kate Nash in Manish AroraEmbed from Getty Images
Apparently Kate Nash, who’s music I really enjoy, is part of the “Glow” ensemble, which explains why she was there. It also explains her extremely twee, oh so ’80’s vibe. It is…extra.
Alison Brie in Miu MiuEmbed from Getty Images
I actually love this from the back. But from the front it’s giving me major bat vibes.
Lucy Boynton in ErdemEmbed from Getty Images
Let’s get that drab, dotted black overlay off and I think we may have something worth working with.