Here are fourteen more looks from Sunday’s 2021 Critics’ Choice Awards that deserve a spotlight.
Starting with Julia Garner who wore a striped Christopher John Rogers Spring 2021 backless dress.
Some might feel that this wasn’t fit for the occasion, especially considering her dressier look for the Golden Globes. But I feel that her serving up casual modernity sits well with the fact that she was at home.
Plus I think this dress is gorgeous on her. She has always loved bold colours.
Tamara Mellon ‘Frost’ booties and Mejuri jewels completed her look.
Kyra Sedgwick was as graceful as ever wearing a gold Gabriela Hearst Fall 2020 dress which really came alive thanks to the fringed, draped neckline.
Fred Leighton jewels provided the finishing touch
As if a little black dress wasn’t iconic by its own right, Louis Vuitton makes it even more so by offering this leather iteration which was worn by Phoebe Dynevor.
Between silhouette, cut-out and embellishments, this look was very alluring.
Ana Khouri jewels completed her look.
Angela Bassett; queen of the statement suit rocked a sequined look from Alberta Ferretti’s Fall 2018 Limited Edition collection.
The trousers do appear shorter on Angela. We’ve often questioned if looks are taken from the runway and not tailored. Today we have our answer.
The look was styled with Sarah Flint shoes and jewels from Graziela and David Yurman.
I loved Catherine O’Hara’s Elie Saab Pre-Fall 2021 dress. Mostly because of the ruffles and puff sleeves which were perfectly balanced, and the styling with the over-the-knee Christian Louboutin boots.
The mood feels Gothic, which I was very much charmed by. Catherine never disappoints.
H.E.R.’s Miu Miu mint suit was all about the rich texture imbued by the floral crystal embroidery.
The pastel hues felt really fresh, as was the styling which included silver Miu Miu sandals and Chopard jewels.
Rhea Seehorn’s red Marmar Halim gown was as voluminous in style as it was bold in colour.
Hannah Waddingham was one of the winners on the night, collecting the Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for ‘Ted Lasso.’
Her Suzanne Neville eggplant gown was breath-taking. It’s such a simple design elevated by an embellished bodice which she complemented with amethyst earrings.
Molly Goddard has become the breakout star of awards season, following looks from Nicola Coughlan and Rosamund Pike from the Golden Globes. Now we have Audrey Grace also getting on board with the tantalizing tulle action with this Shelly smocked dress.
Unlike the aforementioned, Audrey’s a lot less frothy, yet still utterly charming.
Rachel Brosnahan wore a rich wine hued dress from the Rodarte Fall 2020 collection, with silver sandals which complemented the delicate embellishments which decorated this sheer design.
Some might liken Emerald Fennell’s Richard Quinn floral and feather trimmed look as fancy PJs, but I love the element of fun she brought to this event.
Aquazzura shoes and a classic embellished Judith Leiber Sprinkles Ice Cream clutch bag completed her look.
Sidney Flanigan may have been inspired by Maisy Biden when it comes to the pretty Rodarte dress and sneakers combination.
Talia Ryder kept things simple and chic wearing a feather accented look from the Saint Laurent Spring 2021 collection.
Kaley Cuoco joined Amanda Seyfried in the embellished tuxedo arena, wearing a bedazzling look from Dolce & Gabbana’s Secrets & Diamonds show.
The key to making this work, and not feel like a costume, was to wear this look with plenty of confidence and attitude, which Kaley successfully pulls off.
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