It’s only a week and a half late, so let’s finish up the BAFTAs!
Amy Adams in PradaEmbed from Getty Images
I love a redhead in red. But the construction here, like with many of Miuccia Prada’s creations, feels sloppy. Scroll to the right and take a look at the belt – why is it so long!? Why was the solution to tuck it in like the rope belt on the cargo shorts of a frat boy?
Regina King in Atelier VersaceEmbed from Getty Images
Versace doing what Versace does best: grownup, sexy, and glamorous.
Michelle Yeoh in Elie SaabEmbed from Getty Images
How insanely glamorous is Michelle Yeoh? Answer: the MOST glamorous.
Claire Foy in Oscar de la RentaEmbed from Getty Images
In Yiddish, we would call this a “schmata”. Literal translation: “a cheap looking, raggedy piece of clothing”. She looks like she came straight from the gym and wrapped a blanket around herself for modesty in the limo ride over.
Yalitza Aparicio in custom Alberta FerrettiEmbed from Getty Images
This should fit better for a custom piece although the color is lovely on her. I’ve been following her awards season closely and am really excited to see what she pulls out for the Oscars this weekend.
Olga Kurylenko in Armani PrivéEmbed from Getty Images
I adore this and would wear it in a heartbeat.
Eleanor Tomlinson in Ralph and RussoEmbed from Getty Images
I would love to see this without the black racing stripe, but it’s definitely an interesting gown.
Lily Collins in GivenchyEmbed from Getty Images
Similarly, I would love to see this as a cocktail dress without the diaphanous lace overlay. The jacket and skirt are tremendously cool and the color is divine.
Laura Harrier in Louis VuittonEmbed from Getty Images
Easily one of the best things Louis Vuitton has sent down a red carpet in recent memory.