Best Dressed: 2017’s Best Supporting Actress winner also wins flawless look of the night.
Viola Davis in Armani
Ruth Negga in Valentino — on anyone else this could easily be too twee, or too something, but Ruth can carry off any and everything.
Scarlett Johansson in Alaïa — onscreen, the color was just stunning; her hair and make-up are perfection.
Taraji P. Henson in Alberta Ferretti — can you feel the sizzle?
Emma Stone in Givenchy — photos don’t do this gorgeous beaded number justice.
Brie Larson in Oscar de la Renta — I wish she’d done something else with her hair, but for having to present that particular award, we can forgive her anything.
She Did It Her Way:
Janelle Monáe in Elie Saab — this is entirely too much for my taste, but Janelle worked it to perfection.
Halle Berry in Versace Atelier — likewise, there’s a lot going on here, including The Hair (personally, I grew to love it), and Halle rocked it all. The bottom of this gown is my everything.
Cynthia Erivo in Paolo Sebastian Couture — I don’t even know, but she clearly loves it and therefore, it works.
The Good Gowns:
Isabelle Huppert in Armani Privé — *coughTrueBestActresscough*; classy and gorgeous.
Octavia Spencer in Marchesa — This color was lovely, but I do wish the top was more flattering.
Hailee Steinfeld in Ralph and Russo — this was one of those that looked a million times better onscreen.
Looking Lovely, But We Can’t Help Thinking You Deserve Better:
Kirsten Dunst in Dior — figure flattering and with pockets!
Ava DuVerney in Ashi Studio — as with Ruth Negga, on anyone else this might be too something, but Ava somehow makes it work. Stunning color on her.
Amy Adams in Tom Ford — Have we seen this before?
Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton — bo-ring, but pretty. I don’t love the unflattering cut at the waist.
Charlize Theron in Dior — it’s a’ight.
Nicole Kidman in Armani Privé — gorgeous beading, but Nicole requires color. Her red lip is stunning, and if she’d had her natural hair color and that gown was green, blue, red … any color, it would be perfection.
Meryl Streep in Elie Saab (following a row with Lagerfeld) — Gorgeous color!
Laura Dern in Rodarte — The top could be pretty and creates interest, but overall this is boring, and the straps just look tacked on.
Erm … Just Say No to These Dresses:
Dakota Johnson in Gucci
Busy Philipps in Elizabeth Kennedy — the velvet is lovely, but something about those dots just doesn’t work. It’s somehow like a racetrack?
Alicia Vikander in Louis Vuitton — saddest flamenco costume 5EVA.
Salma Hayek in McQueen — I, um … just no.
Naomie Harris in Calvin Klein — You deserve so much better. This reads casual day wedding.
Ginnifer Goodwin in Zuhair Murad — This is what happens when the lacy, twee thing doesn’t work, and that severe make-up and hair is all wrong.
Priyanka Chopra in Ralph and Russo — Is this a purse in dress form, because I don’t understand it.
Emma Roberts in vintage Armani Privé
Felicity Jones in Dior — Somebody needs a stylist and color, STAT.
Lin-Manuel Miranda in San Marco, with his mother, Luz Towns-Miranda in Escada
Dev Patel in Burberry, with his mother, Anita Patel
Viola Davis and Julius Tennon
Leslie Mann and Judd Aptow — for a hot mess of a dress, there’s still something so wonderful about the bottom that I might like it.
Chrissy Teigen in Zuhair Murad and John Legend in Gucci — these two …
David Oyelowo in Dolce & Gabbana, and Jessica Oyelowo
Matt Damon and Luciana Bozán Barroso — Her dress is gorgeous (I’ve yet to see the designer named).
Chris Evans in Ferragamo, with his sister, Shanna Evans
Not the Best Fashion-wise, But We’ll Still Stare All Night Long:
Denzel and Pauletta Washington — Did you all see him cry when Affleck won? Heartbreaking …
Terrence Howard and Mira Pak — where exactly did Terrence think he was going?
John Cho and Kerri Higuchi — That tux is a hot mess.
Jeff and Susan Bridges
Justin Timberlake in Tom Ford, and Jessica Biel in KAUFMANFRANCO
The Rock and Lauren Hashian
Sting in Brioni, and Trudie Styler
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban
Michelle and Busy
Let’s Hear It for the Boys: Riz and Mahershala KILL IT.
Riz Ahmed in Ermenegildo Zegna Couture — WHOA.
Mahershala Ali in Ermenegildo Zegna Couture — Cannot breathe.
You Done Good:
Andrew Garfield in Tom Ford
Trevante Rhodes, Alex R. Hibbert and Ashton Sanders in Calvin Klein
Lucas Hedges in Dior Homme
Dev Patel in Burberry
Chris Evans in Ferragamo
Viggo Mortensen in Dior Homme
Gael García Bernal in Dior Homme
Jackie Chan, Panda Protector
Ryan Gosling in Gucci
Favorite Picture of the Night:
Runner up, because Renner knows he’ll never be …
And finally, Dom Cooper cuts a rug with Lucas Hedges: