Carrie Underwood stood out in an asymmetrical dress that really worked. Love the sandals by Flor de Maria – a woman shoe designer, which makes it worth noting of itself.
This shoe deserves a place of honor with its rose wrapped heel – Kelsea Ballerini.
This is a look you can emulate. A black tux paired with red shoes and lips – Stephanie Levi-John.
Malin Ackerman in pale sky blue Love & Labels bodysuit.
Virginia Valsecchi. This is true fashion: ‘60s flats paired with an A-line pinafore.
This is a classic look made different: the slit is to the side and the back vee slants to the hip – Ema Kovac.
Finally, some panache from John Waters. It’s just perfect.
Sara Lazzaro in a silhouette from the ‘50s.
Why do celebrities wear sunglasses at night? Have you seen how bright those red-carpet lights are? Again, a throwback silhouette that is flattering and never goes out of style – Natalia Ryumina.
Thom Yorke makes a statement; guys, note the coat without socks.
Prints continue to appear – Fotinì Pelus.
This is what we expect on the carpet – and we miss it – Megghi Galo.
When in doubt, go with the black suit – Georgie Henley.
Thomas Brodie-Sangster can be seen in The Queen’s Gambit. Interesting choice of a red kerchief worn as a pocket square clashing with the maroon in the zip-up shirt.
Thank you, Miranda Lambert. This pink confection makes you smile just looking at it. Forget the black pump, every woman should have a pair of bright heels like these by Stuart Weitzman.
While splashes of color were seen and welcome, on the few red carpet events that were attended, black and white were the go-to trend.