Because the Oscars isn’t enough annual ego masturbation for the movie industry – it’s the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ Governors Awards!
gown by Nina Ricci, shoes by Nicholas Kirkwood
Perfect. The tuxedo-esque lapel combined with the lace is just so elegant. She looks effortless, but astonishingly expensive.
gown by Michael Kors, purse by Rauwolf
The mermaid skirt is not my preferred silhouette, but I love the color, the high waistline, and the floral pattern on the bodice.
gown by Prada, purse by Edie Parker
Dramatic and weird, but in a really excellent way. The side cut-outs on the gown are subtle, but keep things modern and youthful.
gown by J. Mendel
It was definitely one person’s job to constantly readjust Michelle’s skirt all night so that the colors lined up perfectly. And it was worth it. It’s a little long, but it’s romantic and the draping is gorgeous.
gown by Schiaparelli
I hope when aliens land on our planet, they discover Tilda Swinton first, so they know we are all omnipotent robots who look like David Bowie. TILDA IS THE GREATEST.
gown by Christian Siriano, shoes by Christian Louboutin
It’s not exactly earth-shattering, but she’s usually wearing an ever-so-slightly askew fedora, so I’ll take what I can get with Zendaya.
gown by Christian Dior
It’s… fine. It might be a bigger deal on someone else, but Marion Cotillard always wears Dior. Her tampons are probably Dior. So I can’t go too crazy over yet another Dior ball gown.
dress by Nina Ricci, shoes by Jimmy Choo
I’m not a fan of the hair, and I think the shoes would work better for a more casual event, but this dress is delightful on her.
dress by Ralph Lauren
A fantastic color, and the matching lipstick is great. It’s not particularly interesting, but neither is most of what Reese wears.
dress by Antonio Berardi
I like dresses that look like suits and coats, but this one just feels so awkward. And the First Lady hair isn’t helping. Mellie from Scandal is pissed you stole her wig.
dress by Zuhair Murad
Jennifer Aniston will be wearing little black dresses until she is a thousand years old.