British Fashion Awards Red Carpet Rundown

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Published on December 01, 2021

Hailee Steinfeld, Chopra-Jonases, Gabrielle Union and Paul Mescal all managed to capture our undivided attention with their Fashion Awards choices, but that does not mean that the following people did poorly. Let’s assess, shall we?

Alexa Chung and Caroline Hu

We could get behind this whole look – including the wrinkled, vintage store vibe – if it did not have the exploding shower at the waist.

Billy Porter and Richard Quinn

He staged a melodramatic entrance with a bunch of backup dancers and it tends to just confirm our recently stated opinions that he should consider toning things down just a skosh. Men or non-binary people on red carpets in skirts and dresses are so common now that his need to advertise himself is starting to feel a little selfish and over-serious. That said, it’s a great look.

Charli XCX and Tommy Hilfiger

We assume that if you want to take Tommy Hilfiger to the Fashion Awards, this is about the best you can expect. Yes, that was embarrassing. It is fine.

Demi Moore and Fendi Couture

The trend this week seems to be “Everyone wears opera long leather gloves! Even if they do not wear the dress!” That said, we kind of love this look, but we wish the train had been edited out and that more interesting shoes had been chosen.

Second Lipa and Maximilian Davis

It’s an interesting shape, and we like the imitation sleeves and chokes, which ensure that it’s not too boring a design, but we wish there was a little color or shine to pop up a little.

Gillian Anderson and Chloé

Sexy kaftan is completely in her wheelhouse, and we like this one, even though the color does not make it particularly photogenic. Love the pendant, but it’s too big for the neckline.

Indya Moore and Tommy Hilfiger

We do not quite love it, but Tommy certainly made them better (in the sense that he offered a more interesting design) than he did poor Charli up there. We think the dress would work better without … whatever you call that sleeve.

James McAvoy and Giorgio Armani

We can not really argue against that, but we try: the jacket is too short and the pants are a little tight-fitting and a little too long.

Jenna Coleman and Dior

A classic goddess dress will never go out of fashion, but we wish she had been a little more aggressive around the styling. It’s not goddess hair.

Kate Beckinsale and Sabina Bilenko Couture

We kind of love her fierce drag-stickiness, which means we’re willing to accept the over-designed top and maybe a little too matching shoes because she delivers such a kind-sucking serve. However, we draw the line at what appears to be a hair bow. Girl, it’s not violent. It’s not a drag.

Kehlani and H&M

LOVE this, period. H&M is really killing it on the dotted stage this week.

Kristin Scott Thomas and AMI Paris

She can work with this kind of serious minimalism in her sleep. We think the satin finish works to the advantage of the design (otherwise it would be a bit too Mother Superior), but those sleeves are too curly and wrinkled. Love the bag and earrings.

Tan France in Mohsin Naveed Ranjha

The hair is flawless, the suit is spectacular, the white boots do not do it for us.

[Photo Credit: ABACA/INSTARimages.com, PA Images/INSTARimages.com, Gareth Cattermole/BFC/Getty Images for BFC]

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