From tuxedos and metallics to LBDs and statement stripes, this week was full of style inspiration, courtesy of Tinsletown’s finest. Keep scrolling to see what the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow and Mila Kunis donned for their fancy parties this week, and vote for your favorite red-carpet look in the poll below.
Dress by Cushnie et Ochs
Mila Kunis doesn’t hit the red carpet often, but when she does, she slays. Seen here at the movie premiere of A Bad Moms Christmas, the stunning actress demonstrates exactly how to rock the hard-to-wear midaxi skirt.
Dress by Prada
Michelle Pfeiffer brings the phrase “age is just a number” to life at the world premiere of Murder on the Orient Express. At the age of almost 60, she’s sporting a metallic Prada gown that ignores all the rules of age-appropriate dressing – and Savoir Flair thinks she looks positively jaw-dropping.
Dress by J. Mendel
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it! The elder Fanning sister sticks to her signature look – a pastel floor-sweeping gown – and, although a little on the safe side, the fit here is impeccable. Pleated to perfection and finished with simple accessories, this look really works for the actress.
Millie Bobbie Brown
Look by Louis Vuitton
When we saw the teen actress in this Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2018 look, we couldn’t have imagined a better muse for the sporty direction taken by the show. Finished with the eyewear brand of the moment Roberi & Fraud, Brown completely owns this ensemble.
Look by Michael Kors Collection
Relaxed silhouettes seem to have become Paltrow’s go-to uniform lately, and this laid-back evening look is so refreshing. Opting for a simple monochrome slipdress finished with a black tuxedo jacket, the actress manages to do oversized without losing her elegance.