There were many more fashionable femmes in attendance at The Hollywood Reporter’s 2017 Women In Entertainment Breakfast on Wednesday (December 6) in Hollywood, California, joining Zoey Deutch and Jennifer Lawrence.
Amandla Stenberg: With a bold play on colour-blocking, this Solace London Resort 2018 ensemble celebrated the feminine form—even with menswear-inspired trousers. I like the vivid curve of the red-orange halter in contrast with the white waistband piece. Nicholas Kirkwood embellished pumps completed the look.
Lea Michele: The actress opted for the elegant-girly aesthetic of designer Lela Rose with this floral-embroidered frock.
Isla Fisher: The suiting trend got a punchy, graphic boost in this Alice + Olivia Resort 2018 matching jacket and pants, styled with a coordinating navy blouse.
Emmy Rossum: This saturated, magenta-pink hue is better than a jolt of caffeine. I love the sweet nature of this Michael Kors Collection Fall 2017 fit-and-flare frock and the fun sass added by the Christian Louboutin ‘Henriettra’ booties.
Yara Shahidi: This Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini white dress was a darling way to go to breakfast.
Olivia Munn: I think we all can likely agree that this Roland Mouret Fall 2017 outfit was cute, if not seeming a bit short for the mood of the event. It actually was shown with trousers on the runway, so that perhaps explains things. Christian Louboutin ‘Pigalle Follies’ pumps in a buttercup-yellow hue contributed a zippy finish.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw: I like how Gugu’s red coat both tempered and enlivened the high-impact nature of her patterned skirt.
Shay Mitchell: I’m not sure I would call this a girls-who-breakfast ensemble, but I loved it all the same for its strength of form in this edgy manifestation of a suit.
Lily Collins: The scarlet lace effect of this La Perla frock against Lily’s alabaster skin created something of a daytime fairytale enchantment with candy-apple-red Christian Louboutin ‘Pigalle Follies’ pumps to match.
Anna Paquin: This Temperley London Fall 2017 tapestry dress was begging for anything but a heavy black pump to complement its range of hues. Jennifer Meyer jewels completed the look. You may remember that Sal Bennett previously wore this dress.
Jennifer Morrison: Jennifer let her newly crimson locks take on more richness with the neutrality of her strapless, taupe dress. Aside from some fit issues through the bodice, I was basically wishing for a more modern, non-matchy shoe.
Kate Walsh: Kate’s flame-red locks came alive in this Akris dress that was perfect for the season with Malone Souliers ‘Robyn’ pumps adding an element of vintage-modern sophistication.
Gillian Jacobs: While I applaud her taking a step outside the box with metallic footwear, I think a pink or red tonal sandal would have been lovely here.
Kyra Sedgwick: Kyra and Emmy were clearly channeling the same hot-pink inspiration, as I equally loved the shade here in a relaxed, suit silhouette.