Stephan James: The stylish actor was headed into Fall with his Ermenegildo Zegna XXX Fall 2019 mustard bomber suit, which is swiftly becoming a trend for less formal occasions.
Semi-casual or not, I wasn’t too fond of the fit of the pants, or that could be a just a result of the stiff material.
Christian Louboutin ‘Rantus Orlato’ dark green velvet high top sneakers completed his look.
Hunter Schafer: The ‘Euphoria’ actress likes to go against the grain. This Christopher Kane Pre-Fall 2019 satin look was dripping in pearls which looked like frosted icicles.
Inspired by her look, she accented pearls to her face, and opted for two different sized earrings to give a futuristic ‘Jetson’ vibe to her look.
I wasn’t too keen on the sheer socks worn with her Pierre Hardy ‘Gena’ platforms, but that didn’t stop this from being one of the most creatively styled looks at this event.
Marsai Martin: The young actress channeled an Old Hollywood meets Young Hollywood vibe in her pleated A.L.C. dress and ’20s finger waves combo.
Giuseppe Zanotti ‘Cordelia’ sandals completed her look.
Justice Smith: It would appear at mustard is trending in menswear on this red carpet.
Katherine Newton: Dolce & Gabbana have created so many floral dresses, that they decided to create one that encompassed them all with this floral-print tiered dress.
Cole Sprouse: The actor was having a touch of Saturday Night Fever in his white Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello suit styled with Jimmy Choo ‘Sawyer’ boots.
Chloe and Halle Bailey: The duo were sisters in satin; both opting for Rhea Costa Pre-Fall 2019 minis.
Do you wish they had swapped footwear?
Dean Davidson jewels completed their looks.
Auli’i Carvalho: The actress wore a strapless Kate Spade New York blue floral dress with eye-popping embellishments.
Meg Donnelly: The fit might have been a little off, but Meg was not to be missed in this Loulou red feather mini.
Dena Kemp jewels completed her look.