Vanity Fair YaddaYadda Party Red Carpet
Onward, fabulous soldiers.
You guys, Minnie can stay for ONE drink, but she’s got to run back to the office and finish those reports. She won’t tell HR she saw you here.
Did she take a rollercoaster to get there?
Clearly this party isn’t formal, but we have to take a stand against male celebs thinking they can show up at parties dressed for poker night while the women all wander around in expensive cocktail dresses and shoes. Look, if Amy Adams showed up at this event in jeans and sneakers, she would be savaged. Why should it be any different for the men?
It’s cute. Could have used some color at the feet.
Love the dress; don’t really love the denim jacket paired with it. Believe it or not, we love the matchy shoes, mainly because the dress has so many colors.
Sweet Jesus on a breadstick.
Ooooh, that is just a shame. She’s trying so hard and that dress is just letting her down. Too shiny, too revealing, doesn’t flatter her body. Plus the hair is severe, the makeup is too low key for such a dramatic look and the shoes are also too severe (and kind of out of style). This is just so bad on so many levels it’s a little breathtaking. Honey, open the yellow pages and let your fingers do the walking under “Gays.”
Cute. See? That’s all we ask of the guys. You’re at a party; one where no expense has been spared and your picture will be taken. We don’t expect D&G tuxedos all the time, but put a little effort in.
We like the top and we like the bottom; we just don’t like them in roughly the same color.
Crazy-looking, as always.
This is still a bit too casual, but he looks cute and put together and at least those are shoes and pants he’s wearing. We think the cap’s a bit much, though.
Kind of adorable in a Rosemary’s Baby kind of way. Not the demon spawn part; the cute dresses on Mia Farrow part. We’re sure her coming child will be lovely and not at all satanic. Pretty cool that she’s rocking an H&M dress. We hate the shoes, but we almost always hate her shoes. We realize the choices are likely limited in cruelty-free footwear, but we’re thinking she can find something more stylish than Rose Nylund’s Saturday night shoes.
Standard. But look! She tried something other than standard black with the clutch. We almost want to hug her for that.
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