Why is inclusivity good for fashion? One look at the red carpet in 2019, and it’s easy to see. As we celebrate women of all shapes, sizes, ages, and backgrounds, we’re also celebrating their individual style. It leads to red carpet experiences that are less than predictable and more than inspiring. This week, we’re loving a Christie Brinkley neon mini moment, and Ashley Graham is #goals in a shimmering silver dress that hugs her curves. Which unexpected look is your favorite? Let us know by voting in the poll, below.
Tracee Ellis Ross
Gown by Marc Jacobs
Tracee Ellis Ross had a big weekend. First came the celebration of Motown legend Diana Ross‘ – her mother – 75th birthday, followed by the NAACP Image Awards. Ross chose Marc Jacobs for both high-profile events, opting for a monochrome, high-drama look for the red carpet.
Gown by Elie Saab
Jessica Chastain knows how to complement her hair and skin tone, choosing a royal-blue gown by Elie Saab to create a visually stunning effect on the red carpet.
Gown by Galvan London
A shimmering silk gown by Galvan London enhanced Lea Michele’s figure, her tan, and that thousand-watt smile.
Dress by Fannie Schiavoni
Ashley Graham worked her red carpet look with ultra-sultry poses and a sexy Fannie Schiavoni dress, proving why she’s one of the top models in the industry today.
Jumpsuit by Stella McCartney
Style and comfort combine in Mandy Moore’s jumpsuit by Stella McCartney, with the single-shoulder neckline keeping a sense of drama alive.
Dress by Cushnie
Christie Brinkley is how old? At the age of 65, the former model credits her incredible physique to a long-time vegetarian diet. While we don’t necessarily buy that, we can’t help but admit this clinging neon dress proves that she’s really got something going for her.