With Rodarte’s Kate and Laura Mulleavy winning Designer of the Year at the 2019 InStyle Awards on Monday (October 21) in Los Angeles, California, they had a strong celebrity presence on the red carpet, with a few of their cherished girls.
Kirsten Dunst: A celebration of Rodarte can’t begin without their favourite girl Kirsten Dunst.
The actress wore a Spring 2019 tulle rainbow hued tiered dress which I feel greatly benefits Kirsten without the matching sleeves we saw on the runway.
January Jones: In the words of Marvin Gaye, “what’s going on?”
As you know I am a fan of January’s “dare to do different” attitude when it come to her red carpet looks, but I feel like ‘ The Politician’ actress has bitten off a little bit more than she can chew with the ruffled details on this Rodarte Fall 2019 leather dress.
My immediate thought was “not flattering.” Followed by, “could this have worked with better hair, makeup or even the runway belt?”
What do you think?
Natasha Lyonne: The ‘OITNB’ star also appears to be very much part of the Rodarte family. She tends to favour looks that are a touch more avant-garde, or ones that make her lose her neck, but on this occasion she looked very elegant in this peach custom Rodarte silk chiffon gown. Anna Sheffield and Nikos Koulis jewels completed her look.
Kilo Kish: The rapper is a bit of a newbie on the fashion scene, but I’m warming to her style very quickly. This Rodarte Fall 2019 pink and lavender sequin top with taffeta blue details paired with the matching skirt, may not go down too well with some on account of the many ruffles, but I love Kilo’s effortless approach to this. This isn’t an easy look by any means. So I’m glad just the blue boots, and blue cat-eyes accompanied this outing.
Rachel Bilson: The actress went back into the archives to wear this Rodarte Fall 2015 poppy print dress, which some might say it was the safest option, but I applaud her for selecting a piece that works well with her style, rather than trying too hard to work an outfit that stepped too far out of her comfort-zone.
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