Lupita Nyong’o was joined on the red carpet for The Hollywood Reporter’s Power 100 Women In Entertainment event on Wednesday (December 5) in Los Angeles, California, by a host of lovely ladies.
Amandla Stenberg: The young actress continues to have fun with fashion. This time she wore a Sies Marjan Fall 2018 striped suit which was oversized, but not outsized. The pretty pink hue ensured a feminine vibe.
Danai Gurira: The actress is back to wearing bold colour, and I couldn’t be happier. While I love the draping of this Poiret Spring 2019 dress, I prefer how this dress was presented on the runway.
Awkwafina: I surprised that even with this cheery bug-print MSGM top and skirt that the actress still can’t raise a smile.
Gugu Mbatha-Raw: I wasn’t surprised to see another suiting option on this red carpet. The tailored look is so striking in red, with the asymmetrical buttons adding interest. I’m a little thrown by the white clutch here. Surely black was a better options considering her buttons.
Yalitza Aparicio: This Novis Fall 2018 dress was easily my favourite look on this red carpet for multiple reasons. The colour – obviously – followed by the print and the vibrant styling. This look reminds me of Mindy Kaling before she opted for all dark colours, all of the damn time.
Elsie Fisher: The young ‘A24’ star was mixing ’60s vintage jacket with a saffron yellow Cos skirt. The boots and her go-to Kate Spade New York ‘Nicola’ bag kept the look feeling youthful.
Mandy Moore: The newlywed was back on the red carpet wearing one of her favourite brands: Gabriela Hearst. The off-the-shoulder design is made all the more girlie with delicate ruffles. I love how the mix media floral pumps really enliven the look.
Viola Davis: You can’t get more classic, or chic than black and white.
Christina Ricci: This boucle suit is very chic, but I feel it ages Christina.
Lena Dunham: The only thing working for me here are Lena’s red pumps.
Susan Kelechi Watson: Nice idea in theory, but those drapes were overwhelming.
Whitney Cummings: I want to like this Madiyah Al Sharqi look, but there is too much one-note-ness going on. Perhaps a contrasting belt would’ve lifted things here.