It was a pretty minor look in the grand scheme of her "Spider-Man: Homecoming" press-tour wardrobe, but I still think about it.
Designers Lou Eyrich and Sarah Evelyn dressed big-screen ingenues, played by Samara Weaving and Laura Harrier, in mostly vintage.
Featuring Janelle Monáe, Timothée Chalamet, Ana de Armas and more.
All the "friends of the house" were there.
And Beyoncé graced us with her presence — in Balmain no less — so there's that.
The most important red carpet of all.
From Lisa Bonet to Elsie Fisher, these were the standout beauty moments from the evening.
With stars like Sarah Paulson and Laura Harrier, the red carpet proved to be another glamorous stop on the never-ending awards trail.
So many ways to look fancy.
Black, gray and navy were in short supply on the red carpet.
In addition to bows, celebrity chose lots of sparkle to kick off awards season.
The Palm Springs International Film Festival gave stars a chance to strut their stuff.
Complete with hair looks that celebrated Black culture.
The real Ron Stallworth also offered input on how to make his outfits "jazzy" on the big screen.
If you're into that.
A look at how Nachmani dresses her "dream client" in a mix of big brands like Louis Vuitton and smaller ones like Brock Collection and Bode.
Featuring Sasha Lane, Letitia Wright, Laura Harrier, Bria Vinaite and more.
Also presenting: a dazzling sartorial rainbow.
Red and glitter were big.
Plus, it looks like Kate Middleton is Gucci's newest fan.
With the help of stylist Danielle Nachmani, she's weaving quite a fashionable web.
Surprise: They were all in Louis Vuitton!