Chrishell Stause in Grace Ling was easily one of my favourites from this red carpet.
Mostly because it was great to see something modern and cool.
Along with Sofia Carson, this was few highlights from this majorly underwhelming red carpet.
A silver Grace Ling bum bag and Giuseppe Zanotti sandals completed her look.
The only thing I like about Awkwafina’s Dorothee Schumacher suit is the colour. The length of the trousers are comical.
Hannah Einbinder’s style is so cool and effortless, as proven once again in Fendi.
And yes. Valentino Garavani ‘Tan-Go’ pumps completed the look, along with Tiffany & Co. jewels.
I’m going to add my Coin Pusher analogy here again, as another coin gets nudged to the edge.
It was nice to see Maria Bakalova serve up something different in Dolce & Gabbana.
It almost feels like a nod to ‘80s Madonna.
Jewels from Dolce & Gabbana, Jenny Bird and Jennifer Fisher completed her look.
I’m sure the cone-style bodice gave away the fact that Olivia Rodrigo was wearing Jean Paul Gaultier.
The young singer wasn’t even born when this slink fitted dress was created.
It’s a great dress, but for me, it’s not her dress.
Outhouse Jewellery spiked earrings completed her look.
The most I can say about Sydney Sweeney’s Miu Miu look is that I’m surprised Julia Fox hasn’t made her own homemade version yet.
Le Vian, Candy Ice rings and Miu Miu silver platforms added to the drama.
Tayshia Adams contributed to helping save this red carpet, as she looked very elegant in vintage Vivienne Westwood dress styled with Giuseppe Zanotti sandals.
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