Doutzen Kroes: The model showed off her form in a ruched and gathered Jason Wu Spring 2018 drawstring dress that offered a new twist on the LBD.
Lewis Hamilton: If Lewis’s confetti pants didn’t spell party, I don’t know what does. This Dior Homme look is fashion-forward without being overcooked or try-hard. Jared Leto may want to take notes.
Taylor Hill: I’m afraid this Julien Macdonald Fall 2017 metallic mini came across as a bit dated, but it was more the crimped hair and nude sandals that killed the vibe.
Ashley Graham: While this Vivienne Westwood gown was immediately recognizable for its sultry corset silhouette, it seemed to fall victim to a number of fit issues.
Chiara Ferragni: Full of feathers and embellishment, this Prada Fall 2017 two-piece look was pure fun. I love the vibrant wash of colours on Chiara—and that she kept the theme going right down to her matching, yellow-accented Mary Jane heels.
Liu Wen: I loved this Barbara Bui Pre-Fall 2017 suit not only because it was sleekly tailored to perfection, but also for its lacquered, tonal embellishment across the blazer that was so subtle, but special all the same.
Petra Collins: Petra didn’t look wildly impressed with her Gucci gown, and I didn’t find its fit or colour palette to be the most flattering option for her.
Karlie Kloss: I’m curious what this Michael Kors Collection ensemble looked like without the oversized blazer, as I’m intrigued by the shrunken white tee and sparkling, slit skirt. Blazer or no blazer, the look would have benefited from a sleeker bun.
Toni Garrn: Had Toni styled her hair or makeup, this shiny little mini would have shone even brighter.