Color has returned to the red carpet this awards season, following the blackout of the Golden Globes.
Danielle Brooks in Marc Bouwer
Brooks brought the drama in this red and black ombré sequin gown complete with plunging neckline. On the red carpet the OITNB actress mentioned she loved her glam team and I can see why: They knocked it out of the park with this one!
Tracee Ellis Ross in Ralph and Russo Couture
Everyone knows Ross has fashion in her bones and this looks further proves that. When it comes to the red carpet, she can give you Mrs. Roper
one day, ’70s the next
, and in this head-to-toe white ensemble the Black-ish
star looks as regal and stunning as ever.
Alison Brie in Dundas
star carried some ’80s vibes to the red carpet in this bold one-shoulder Dundas dress, which if you ask me, is pretty genius.
Yara Shahidi in Ralph Lauren
A black jumpsuit could easily veer into basic territory, but Diana Ross-esque hair and plum lipstick take the Grown-ish
actress’s look to the next level.
Millie Bobby Brown in Calvin Klein
In an unexpected twist MBB rocks couture and Converse kicks on the red carpet and I’m all for it. Why can’t the young actress have a little bit of fun?
Kate Hudson in Valentino
Blink and it’s easy to mistake Hudson for fellow actress Mia Wasikowska, but that’s why I love this gown. It’s a controversial choice that takes the actress out of her usual sexy red carpet looks and into something that’s kind of edgy, and kind of sweet.
Olivia Munn in Oscar de la Renta
Munn wowed on the red carpet in an ODLR creation (from Farfetch!) that’s a study in how to wear black and avoid looking boring. The silver leaf print adds interest to what could have otherwise been a simple and safe gown.