Thursday, January 9, 2020

2020 National Board Of Review Awards Gala

Following their attendance at the Critics Circle awards and a movie premiere, Lupita Nyong'o, Salma Hayek, Billy Porter and more attended the 2020 National Board Of Review Awards Gala at Cipriani last night(January 8th) in New York.

Salma Hayek wore a JONATHAN SIMKHAI draped, silver lame dress which she accessorized with a ring handle bag and silver metallic, platform sandals. I think the dress is cute in general but it doesn't suit her and the accessories doesn't work at all.

Billy Porter went the 70's route, rocking a GUCCI logo blazer which he teamed with a printed shirt underneath and white trousers. The burgundy boots helped to tie his whole look together. 

Lupita Nyong'o ditched wearing color for a black sequin CELINE cutout, crisscross halter dress which she accessorized with diamond jewelry. This may not be a wow moment but she does look pretty and her beauty look is flawless. 

Timothee Chalamet suit up in STELLA MCCARTNEY, which he styled with a white 'Peace' sign tee and black dress shoes. This isn't as interesting as most of his looks but it still works. 

Lena Waithe rocked a RICHFRESH houndstooth asymmetrical stripe coat and a grey button down shirt, vest and trousers. The contrasting stripe panels is what keeps her look interesting.

Uma Thurman kept things simple in a black, center front zipper ankle length dress by CHRISTIAN DIOR. While this is not a bad look, it doesn't excite.

Melina Matsoukas who was honored with the 'Best Director' award for 'Queen & Slim', rocked a Y/PROJECT FALL 2019 ensemble which is right up her style alley. It may not work for some but for Malina, it does. ACNE pumps, gold jewelry and a braided up-do finished up her look.

Renee Zellweger who picked up the 'Best Actress', wore a ATELIER CAITO FOR HERVE PIERRE black one-shoulder, silk crepe and silk organze panel dress. This style has become her signature but this is not a bad look. However I feel like a colored lip and some sparkly jewelry could have elevated it.

Credit: InstarImages

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