With no glitzy premieres, thanks to the actors’ and writers’ strikes, the “who are you wearing” Hollywood red carpet has disappeared – but fashion has moved to the picket line thanks to PicketFits, the Instagram fashion blog started by writers and producers of the hit series Nora from Queens. Heralded as Hollywood’s Newest Red Carpet by GQ, Teresa Hsiao, Cherry Chevapravatdumrong and Kyle Lau (repping the West Coast) and Jonah Weinstein (repping the East) have been snapping and reposting pics of the hippest picket lines in history. “There is such a melting pot of people on the line,” Weinstein said. Writers and actors from comedy, drama, procedural and late night, “elders, youngsters, even pre-WGA” writers who hope to join the union one day. Each LA studio’s picket line even has a different aesthetic. “The Paramount and Netflix lots are like the Met Ball of picketing,” said PicketFits’ correspondent Emily Goldwyn, who wrote on the first season of NFQ. The Fox and Sony lots, meanwhile, tend to channel Patagonia fleeces and the “Coastal Grandma” look. Readers more familiar with Mick Lynch’s hi-vis picket line chic may find it disconcerting to see the award-winning actress Awkwafina strutting with a SAG placard, but those giant Astro Boy-inspired MSCHF red boots (they just keep showing up!) would be at home at any protest. So practical, so stain-resistant.