Critics' Choice Awards '19

Elsie Fisher in Thom Browne
A cool choice to make for a 15 year old.
Plus her speech was short and sweet and laidback.

Another day, another awards show. Up next: The Critics' Choice Awards.

This year's show was hosted by Taye Diggs. Okay. And chill with the musical opening numbers.

Congratulations to Mahershala Ali, Regina King, Lady Gaga (who tied with Glenn Close for Best Actress), Barry Jenkins (Best Adapted Screenplay for If Beale Street Could Talk), Black Panther (Best Production Design, Best Visual Effects, and Best Costume Design), The Americans (plus Matthew Rhys and Noah Emmerich), The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (plus Rachel Brosnahan and Alex Borstein), Sandra Oh (Jodie Comer continues to be robbed!), and Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse.

Fashion time!

Gemma Chan in Jason Wu
Yes, I'm tired of winter, too, Gemma.
She looks like a spring fantasy.
Timothee Chalamet in Alexander McQueen
Dude knows and loves his fashion.
Not sure about the sneaks. If he went with black, it would've made this look a bit more dressier.
But the grey, while keeping with the casual aesthetic, isn't doing much either. 
Kristen Bell in Cushnie
She's brought the sex appeal.
Also, give this woman her award already. Geez.
Awkwafina in Elisabetta Franchi
Beautiful dress...even though it's a tinge too tight.
Chrissy Metz in Kate Spade
She looks really pretty. 
Constance Wu in Rodarte
Really like the bangs.
I'm thinking of getting bangs soon.
A big no to the satin clutch.
Regina King in Michael Kors
While the cut and style is fantastic, I'm not feeling this shade of purple.
If it was darker, like royal purple, this look would be a winner.
Emmy Rossum in Ralph Lauren Collection
The only ding in this look is the clutch.
Everything else? On point.
Especially, the necklace.
Lady Gaga in Calvin Klein by Appointment
The dress is simple and blah.
I know she wants to be considered a serious actress but she can still incorporate some Gaga-ness into these looks.
I guess that's where the color tinted hair comes into play.
Issa Rae in Aliette by Jason Rembert
Girl, no.
And she stays hitting it out the park on the red carpet, too.
But this is a huge misstep.
Mandy Moore in Michael Kors
Tis alright.
The hairdo could've been snazzier to complement the dress.

It's only right to end this post with a bit of crazy...

Lakeith Stanfield in Dzojchan
Weirdly enough, I like the look. Must be the backwards purple satin facecap.