Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the biggest celeb style moments of February 2018, starting with Jennifer Lawrence, who went WAY outside of her fashion comfort zone in a dramatic Dior Couture gown with a caged bodice and a high neckline during the New York City premiere of "Red Sparrow" on Feb. 26. Keep reading to get a closer look at her styling and to see more of the biggest celeb style hits and misses of the month…
The drama! Jennifer Lawrence's look during the New York City premiere of "Red Sparrow" was a major departure for the A-list actress, who rocked a topknot, a fierce smoky eye, bold red lips and massive emerald earrings. But it wasn't the only time she slayed the style game during her "Red Sparrow" press tour…
Jennifer Lawrence sparkled in a '70s-inspired Christian Dior gown with a dangerously low-cut neckline and a pleated pastel skirt. She rocked a neutral makeup look and wore her hair in loose curls to complete the retro look.
Kim Kardashian West looked absolutely ridiculous in an oversized tuxedo, which she wore sans shirt, during the Create & Cultivate Los Angeles conference on Feb. 24. The reality TV star is a total pro when it comes to sporting an extra-large jacket with little else, so it's a shame she styled this look so poorly: with a supersized black headband, extra-long pants and white Celine pumps.
Dua Lipa ruled the red carpet during the BRIT Awards in London on Feb. 21 in a strapless tiered Giambattista Valli Couture confection with a plunging neckline and an open-front skirt featuring an epic train with yards of extra tulle. So major!
Saoirse Ronan donned our favorite look of the 2018 BAFTA Awards in London on Feb. 18: a black Chanel gown featuring a long-sleeved bodice with a high neckline and two contrasting fabric types (one reflective) and a feathered miniskirt over a floor-length sheer skirt. She wisely completed her look with sky-high ankle-strap Jimmy Choo pumps to elongate her legs.
Angelina Jolie swam in a disappointing Elie Saab gown during the 32nd ASC Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 17. The shapeless cold-shoulder dress featured a beaded bodice and a sloppy sheer, asymmetrical skirt. It was even worse from the back…
It's a shame that the butterfly detailing on the back of Angelina Jolie's Elie Saab gown was lost in the yards of extra tulle cascading down her shoulders.
Lupita Nyong'o looked regal in a black velvet Elie Saab Couture gown with metallic trim and tulle panels in the skirt during the 2018 BAFTA Awards in London on Feb. 18. We especially loved the bodice, which featured a keyhole cutout and a high neckline with extra shoulder straps.
Millie Bobby Brown gave us Little Bo-Peep vibes — but in a good way! — in an ethereal and age-appropriate polka-dot Rodarte dress with a tiered skirt, flower detailing at the cinched waist and a ruffled neckline during the BRIT Awards in London on Feb. 20. Back in September 2017, when Kirsten Dunst wore a pink version of this gown during the Venice Film Festival, we called it "a perfect example of the right dress on the wrong girl." We're so glad this dress finally landed on the right girl!
Margot Robbie donned our least favorite look of the 2018 BAFTA Awards in London on Feb. 18: a sleeveless black Givenchy gown with a high neckline, an embellished skirt and an asymmetrical bodice. A lacy black overlay covered the entire dress, giving it a shapeless, unfinished appearance. We also couldn't help but think that something had gone horribly wrong with this look based on the way the Oscar nominee was posing, with her left shoulder slightly cocked and her left arm glued to her side. (She's posed in the exact same uncomfortable-looking position in every shot from the red carpet.)
Elle Fanning shut down the 68th Berlin Film Festival during the premiere of "Isle of Dogs" on Feb. 15 in a regal Valentino gown comprised of a full skit with pockets, a blue bow at the waist and an epic red cape.
Naomi Watts looked pretty in pink in one of our favorite looks of the month — a sleeveless beaded Miu Miu dress with a plunging neckline — during the 53rd Golden Camera Awards in Hamburg, Germany, on Feb. 22.
Thanks to Tyra Banks, we'll have to say it again: No more sheer black sheaths! The supermodel donned a version of the tired trend with statement sleeves by Stello during a screening of "Black Panther" in New York City on Feb. 13.
Jenna Dewan Tatum knocked one out of the park in a strapless J. Mendel gown with an embroidered bustier bodice and a full skirt with black tulle overlay during the Los Angeles Ballet Gala on Feb. 24.
The 24-year-old breakout star of "Black Panther," Letitia Wright, signaled her arrival in a gorgeous black velvet Gucci column dress with a chunky belt featuring a rectangular jeweled buckle during the 2018 BAFTA Awards in London on Feb. 18. Let's take a closer look at the detail that had everyone buzzing…
Letitia Wright's gown featured bejeweled bugs at irregular intervals, as well as metallic shoulder straps.
What happens when you combine black tulle and purple fishing net? The one-sleeved Matty Bovan gown that Noomi Rapace wore with a garish oversized purple belt with a gold buckle during the BRIT Awards in London on Feb. 21. Yikes.
Salma Hayek added pops of color to her look with beaded flowers at the waist, shoulders and cuffs of her gorgeous long-sleeved Gucci gown, which also featured pink sequined trim on the bodice, during the 2018 BAFTA Awards in London on Feb. 18. Flawless!
Bow down! Tilda Swinton flaunted her trademark androgynous style in a fantastic Chanel tuxedo with wide-leg pants during the 68th Berlin Film Festival premiere of "Isle of Dogs" on Feb. 15. It was undoubtedly one of the most major fashion moments of the month.
Brooklyn Decker donned a truly terrible Galia Lahav jumpsuit with an oversized keyhole cutout and sheer pants during the Costume Designers Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 20. Ugh.
Tracee Ellis Ross played with color (and won!) in a velvet Prabal Gurung ensemble — a mustard long-sleeve bodysuit with a high neckline and a cobalt draped skirt with a thigh-high slit — during the American Black Film Festival Honors in Beverly Hills on Feb. 25. So on trend!
Bellamy Young went for a major fashion moment in an Azzi & Osta Couture confection with an asymmetrical 3D neckline during the premiere of "A Wrinkle in Time" in Los Angeles on Feb. 26. But sadly, her gamble didn't quite pay off. The strapless princess gown, which featured tons of tulle embroidered with a star motif, would've looked much better on a teenager. On a grown woman, it just looked cheesy.
Greta Gerwig donned a delightfully funky sleeveless Proenza Schouler midi-length dress with a high neckline, peplum waist and side cutouts during the 70th Annual Writers Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 11. It was just SO her!
Naomi Campbell made a rare fashion misstep in a vintage Pierre Cardin silk gown with structured wings of fabric across the shoulders during the Commonwealth Fashion Exchange Reception in London on Feb. 19. To make matters worse, she accessorized with matching sheer opera gloves, making this easily one of the most over-the-top looks of the month.
Kerry Washington stunned in a sheer, sleeveless Dolce & Gabbana gown with a floral motif during the 20th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 20. We're not wild about the stray off-the-shoulder blossoms — and you know how we feel about the sheer-sheaths trend! — but everything else about her look is simply perfection.
The light blue Ralph & Russo gown that Camila Cabello donned during the BRIT Awards in London on Feb. 21 looked like a nightgown gone wrong. The shapeless dress, which featured an oversized keyhole cutout and a voluminous, partially sheer skirt, seemed tragically unfinished.
Olivia Munn glimmered in a sleeveless Laura Basci gown featuring intricate geometric beadwork, which she wore with a metallic belt, during Breitling's #LegendaryFuture Roadshow Dinner in New York City on Feb. 22.
Kate Mara took a major fashion risk in a strapless Valentino dress with a bubble hemline and an oversized bow in the back during the BAFTA Awards Nominees Party in London on Feb. 17. Fortunately for the actress, her look came off as fun and flirty rather than cheesy and childish.
We love Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, but the long-sleeved Saint Laurent minidress that she wore during the BRIT Awards in London on Feb. 21 was just not working for us. The fans of pleated fabric along the shoulders were beautiful but looked like they belonged on an entirely different dress. And even worse than that, her sheer black pantyhose gave the whole look a dated, "Dynasty" vibe.
Alison Brie was a vision in an all-white Giamba ensemble — a lacy midriff-baring collared button-down with a maxi skirt featuring a different lace pattern — during the Runway to Red Carpet event in Los Angeles on Feb. 20.
Michelle Monaghan disappointed in a Carolina Herrera creation — a dress featuring a full satin skirt with a button-down blouse for a top and a giant mustard belt — that was just far too matronly during the premiere of "The Vanishing of Sidney Hall" on Feb. 22.
Constance Wu looked marvelous in a tiered marigold halter dress during the premiere of "A Wrinkle in Time" in Los Angeles on Feb. 26. We especially loved the way the color complemented her new pink 'do, which made us long for the first day of spring.
The Dice Kayek Couture minidress that Rita Ora donned during Vogue and Tiffany & Co.'s BAFTA Awards party in London on Feb. 18 was practically a work of art! From the rainbow swirls of sequins to the architectural skirt, we were all about it.
"The Walking Dead" star Danai Gurira donned our favorite red carpet look of the year so far — an absolutely stunning Jean-Louis Sabaji gown — during the U.K. premiere of "Black Panther" in London on Feb. 8. The long-sleeved black dress — which featured a peacock design across the bodice with faux-feather detailing across the neckline and down one sleeve — belongs in a museum. Let's take a closer look at this work of art…
We have no words. Danai Gurira absolutely KILLED it during the London premiere of "Black Panther." You can all go home: 2018 is over.
Following Diane Kruger's biggest style moments is always a bit of a roller coaster for us. (See what we mean here and here.) So we weren't entirely shocked when she showed up to the 25th French Film Awards in Paris on Feb. 6 in this befuddling Monse dress featuring an asymmetrical white skirt and a plaid blazer with a convertible zip peplum design at the waist. (Yes, it's all one piece.) We love the way she matched her red lips and shoes to the red in her top though!
Lupita Nyong'o had the swagger of a woman who knows she looks fantastic while outside the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" studio in Hollywood on Feb. 1. The "Black Panther" actress killed it in a Balmain ensemble: black wide-leg PVC pants with a black-and-white sequined top, which she wore with a PVC duster and some super-chic shades. But it wasn't the only time she slayed the style game this month…
Lupita Nyong'o had another spectacular style moment in a form-fitting Ralph & Russo midi-length bustier dress with a feathered neckline during the Seoul premiere of "Black Panther" in South Korea on Feb. 5. She wore a multi-band headpiece to complete her fanciful look. Well-done!
Jennifer Lopez effortlessly pulled off a tricky Versace ensemble — a sleeveless black minidress featuring a cross motif with matching over-the-knee boots — during DirecTV's Super Saturday Night pre-Super Bowl concert in Minneapolis on Feb. 3. Only J.Lo!
Here's a fun game! See if you can answer this question correctly: Was Vanessa Hudgens on her way into a 1920s mobster-themed costume party or a pre-Super Bowl bash when she wore this getup? If you guessed "pre-Super Bowl bash," you'd be correct. (We know: It's hard to tell between the beret and fingerless gloves and whatnot.) Malin Landaeus styled the singer-actress for the occasion in all vintage items: silk pants by Calvin Klein, a silk blouse by Dior and a wool blazer by Armani. And though she technically looked great, we wish it seemed less like she was wearing a costume.
Leave it to Meghan Markle to look the chicest ever in the most basic of ensembles — a tailored black suit and a white top with a pussycat bow and sky-high stilettos — during the Endeavour Fund Awards at Goldsmiths' Hall in London on Feb. 1. To be fair though, the trousers and jacket are Alexander McQueen while the top is actually Tuxe Bodywear's The Boss silk crepe de chine bodysuit. Boss, indeed!
Margot Robbie's fashion choices have been exceptionally divisive so far this year, so we were thrilled to see her in this undeniably adorable Brock Collection dress during the Los Angeles premiere of "Peter Rabbit" on Feb. 3. The strappy, floral-print sheath, which featured asymmetrical ruffles at the neckline and across the hips, was perfect for the family affair. Her bedazzled bunny Judith Leiber wristlet was an especially nice touch.
Rachael Leigh Cook also had a super-stylish moment during the "Peter Rabbit" premiere in Los Angeles on Feb. 3. She paired a cute romper featuring structured shoulders and front pockets with a wide-brim bowler hat, black tights and heeled boots. Yep, she's still all that!
Sarah Jessica Parker looked miserable in a geometric-print midi-length dress with statement sleeves during An Evening with the Cast of HBO's "Divorce" presented by The Paley Center for Media in New York City on Feb. 8. Unfortunately, this is what we mean when we say, "It looks like the dress is wearing HER."
Taraji P. Henson stunned in a curve-hugging David Koma gown with a plunging neckline during the amfAR Gala in New York City on Feb. 7. From the bronze sequined bodice to the black sequined skirt, the whole thing was ultra-glamorous. Well done, T!
How unexpected! Emilia Clarke donned one of the most surprising ensembles of the month — a curve-hugging floral-print Dolce & Gabbana dress with long sleeves and a ruffled hemline — during the Centrepoint Awards at London's Kensington Palace on Feb. 8. You'd think a look this saccharine would come off as cheesy on her, but instead, she looks great! Color us surprised.
Victoria Beckham had one of our favorite street-style moments of the month during an outing in New York City on Feb. 6. Our favorite Spice Girl lived up to her nickname, pairing a black pleated skirt and an oversized camel sweater with a high neckline with oversized shades, a burgundy bag and yellowish boots. So Posh!
Kim Kardashian West repped hubby Kanye West's Yeezy Season 6 collection during an outing in Los Angeles on Feb. 7 — and pulled off one of our least favorite street-style moments of the month so far. The reality TV star wore a hoodie, bike shorts and transparent PVC heeled mules of her husband's design with a black leather duster.
Joan Smalls donned one of the most divisive ensembles of the month — a pink floral brocade Dolce & Gabanna suit with black trim and buttons over a matching top — during the amfAR Gala in New York City on Feb. 7. We loved everything about her look — from her mauve ankle-strap Alexandre Birman shoes to her bold pink eyeshadow. But we understand that it's not for everyone!
Greta Gerwig donned one of her best looks yet — a Chanel sheath with contrasting patterns at the shoulders and waist — during the Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon in Los Angeles on Feb. 5. We just love this feminine frock on the "Lady Bird" director — it's classic but also in tune with her typically bold sense of style. Speaking of which…
Greta Gerwig changed into a vintage Cardinali dress with a massive bow on the bodice before walking the red carpet at AARP The Magazine's Movies for Grownups Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 5, which didn't look well, particularly "grownup" at all. Perhaps she was inspired by the orange shade her "Lady Bird" star had worn earlier in the day…
Orange you glad that Saoirse Ronan donned this fun and flirty curve-hugging Cushnie et Ochs dress during the Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon in Los Angeles on Feb. 5? We are! We especially loved the unique neckline and the way that she completed her look with velvety pink Rupert Sanderson shoes.
We wanted to love the Stephane Rolland gown that Leona Lewis donned during the U.K. premiere of "Black Panther" in London on Feb. 8. We really did. The sleeveless dress featured structured shoulders, a cape, a partially open back and a 3D gold plant detail that stretched up from her hemline and out at the hip (ultimately, that's what lost us). It just seemed like it was trying WAY too hard.
Rita Ora had much better luck than Leona Lewis with a dramatic Stephane Rolland ensemble this month. The singer-actress was a vision in white in a draped long-sleeved jumpsuit with a plunging neckline and an epic cape during the French premiere of "Fifty Shades Freed" in Paris on Feb. 6. It was one of her best looks yet for sure!
Miranda Kerr pulled off a major maternity-wear moment outside the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" studio in Hollywood on Feb. 6. The supermodel, who is currently pregnant with her second child, showed off her stems in a polka-dot Topshop wrap dress. She draped a denim jacket over her shoulders and rocked clear ankle-strap sandals. Impressive, no?
We love Jessica Biel, but we were not so wild about the ensemble from The Row that she donned during the MAKERS Conference in Hollywood on Feb. 6. There was just something off about the look. Maybe it was the awkward fit of her slacks or that she wore the pearly suit with a plain white tee instead of a blouse. Ultimately though, we just don't love this color on her — with her lighter locks and neutral makeup, she ended up looking a bit washed out.
Helen Mirren scored another fashion home run in a long-sleeved Reem Acra gown in two shades of blue during AARP The Magazine's Movies for Grownups Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 5. She completed her look with light blue jeweled drop earrings and a touch of baby blue eyeshadow.
Lucy Hale looked red-hot in a dramatic Jenny Packham gown with an embroidered bust and fringed cap sleeves during the amfAR Gala in New York City on Feb. 7. We love the way she elevated her look with a messy updo and bold red lips.
Ciara donned head-to-toe Tom Ford denim — a denim blazer with structured shoulders, loose-fitting cuffed jeans, a denim bra and denim pumps — during the designer's presentation as part of New York Fashion Week on Feb. 6. It was, without question, our least favorite menswear look of the month so far.
Karlie Kloss donned our favorite LBD of the month — a cold-shoulder Louis Vuitton minidress with statement sleeves — during the fashion house's celebration of Jasper Johns' "Something Resembling Truth" exhibit at The Broad in Los Angeles on Feb. 8. We especially love how she completed her look with black leather ankle boots! Chic.
Allison Janney donned our other favorite LBD of the month so far — a unique Georges Chakra Couture confection with sheer illusion cutouts — during the Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon in Los Angeles on Feb. 5. (She's 58, y'all.)
Kate Mara got decked out in rag & bone — a plaid blazer over a plain white tee with black jeans and booties — for the premiere of the brand's short film "Why Can't We Get Along" in New York City on Feb. 1. It was one of the most accessible and wearable celeb looks of the month, and we appreciate her for it!
Newcomer Rachel Brosnahan disappointed in a dreary floral-print Carolina Herrera gown with a plunging neckline and statement sleeves during the amfAR Gala in New York City on Feb. 7. We wish she'd chosen something less heavy. (Remember how great she looked in this?)