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I don’t know what I think about Natalie Portman’s dress. It’s very high fashion, yes, but I’m not sure if it’s ready-to-wear? It seems a little too editorial for a carpet. I do love the sleeves though.
Emma Stone: meh. I don’t like this split personalities of the dress. Does it want to be sexy and lace? Or floral and bohemian? Individually,the styles look great but together? Not so much.
Salma Hayek: yikes. The color yellow is very hard to pull off, the pink ruffle looks horrendous and the weird pink ribbon tied around her waist. It looks like a bad bridesmaid dress.
Kerry Washington looks stunning. Love how it looks effortless, vintage-inspired and still glamorous. Best dressed.
Michelle Williams is simplistic and elegant, and yet it works.
Meryl Streep looks effortless and boho chic.
Sofia Vergara went for something totally different here and it works. I love the midi length and the tulle skirt. I just feel like it’s a little youthful for her.
Julia-Louis Dreyfus looks chic and elegant in her black and gold gown, two colors that can never go wrong.
Gina Rodriguez is super high fashion meets RTW, and it works. Gorge. End of story.
Taraji P. Henson gets her princess moment in this pink Reem Acra. Love it.
Emily Blunt goes for the gold here. Very nice. Just wish she added something to her neck, it’s pretty bare.
Wow, Sophia Bush’s dress is bright, neon pink. Okay, now that my eyes have adjusted— I like the shape, very fashion-forward and couture. Love the little embellishments on the ruffle thing.
Yara Shahidi looks stunning for the teen star. Gorgeous choice.
Rami Malek is the epitome of best dressed male on the red carpet! Edgy, but just edgy enough to make a statement. Rami, keep doing what you’re doing– I approve.
Love Claire Foy’s Valentino gown. Stunning. Perfection. Well done. And I can’t wait for next series of The Crown.
So many gorgeous gowns, can’t wait to see what’ll be next!