Best Dressed at CFDA Awards and LACMA Gala – WWD

Billie Eilish and Jesse Rutherford

Billie Eilish and Jesse Rutherford

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A cozy moment is fine, but it seems derivative of Rihanna and A$AP Rocky’s Met Gala appearance. This takes the march logo to new lows.

Patti Wilson

Patti Wilson

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Schiaparelli is on a top – however, this salad bowl hat looks more like a “Spaceballs” helmet than a red carpet prop. But the rest of the look is chic and iconic.

Lenny Kravitz

Lenny Kravitz

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Kravitz is incredibly cool in everything he wears. The textured sleeve and leather pants and side cutouts at the waist create a weird optical illusion, but Lenny knows better.

Julia Fox

Julia Fox

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It’s no longer a cutout – it’s a portal to your black bikini. This construction defies the laws of gravity. Fox gets bonus points for continuing to try anything: gray hair, no eyebrows, red carpet bikini.

Julia Garner and Jodie Turner-Smith

Julia Garner and Jodie Turner-Smith

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This head-turning Art Deco flapper dress was one of the winners of the night. Opera gloves are definitely on trend and these matching ones up the chic factor. The hairstyle adds to the retro feel.

Gigi Hadid

Gigi Hadid

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This is a perfect example of a look that doesn’t translate off the runway. While her gothic hair and makeup look great, the multi-layered effort is too messy and contrived.

Martha Stewart and Cher

Martha Stewart and Cher

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It’s clear that Cher has made a deal with the gods: she continues to look gorgeous as she ages, and this leather biker dress is another example that age is just a number.

Andrew Garfield

Andrew Garfield

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He’s spray tanned within an inch of his life and has an ’80s blowout to match. The velvet polka dot suit doesn’t help matters, and the tight slipper is too precious.

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