Laurie Metcalf: While many attendees opted for shorter frocks, Laurie went for a long Temperley London gown that featured a striking metallic pattern. Yet, it was geared more to an evening red carpet. Pierre Hardy ‘Blondie’ sandals completed her look.
Allison Janney: I like the rich, inky colour of this Georges Chakra Couture Fall 2017 dress. It’s the illusion neckline and side cutouts that offer a less modern element.
Sally Hawkins: I think the extra-roomy proportions of this dotted Rosie Assoulin Spring 2018 ensemble created more of a loungewear vibe than was likely intended.
Laura Dern: With this Stella McCartney look, I like how the leather-look skirt added a bit of edge to the blazer and blouse.
Mary J Blige: A study in creamy white, she wore a Tom Ford linen corset shirt dress with epaulette detail. It was a sleeker offering, thanks to the monochromatic palette. But, I still found it to translate as a bit dated.