The Week in Celebrity Fashion: Stars at Fashion Week and More!

Reese Witherspoon in Christian Louboutin heels

Can’t go wrong with a blonde-haired, blue-eyed girl in a super-cute dress and black Louboutin pumps.

Reese Witherspoon in Jason Wu

After I saw this dress in Jason Wu’s Spring 2011 collection, I predicted Sarah Jessica Parker would wear it. But it looks better on Reese than I imagined it looking on SJP. I love the identical hands-on-the-hips pose in both these photos.

Dianna Agron

I actually love this sort of hipster-chic thing, especially at a promotional event for your random ass movie in San Francisco. She has a phenomenal Mona Lisa smile in this picture.

Heidi Klum in Marchesa

I have a love-hate relationship with this look. Loves: Very burlesque, yet somehow disco. Hates: Heidi Klum in the black version of every dress she owns; Heidi’s hair.

Kate Bosworth in Dolce & Gabbana

I remember this dress from the Dolce & Gabbana collection; I loved it then, and I love it now. Kate Bosworth is totally weird-looking, but she does have one blue eye and one brown eye. And this dress is textbook “Mormon chic,” in a really great way. Cute belt, and I’m not a belt person.

Audrina Patridge in Rachel Gilbert

The studded thing is a little played-out, but you can’t deny that this hot little number is AWESOME and looks phenomenal on someone I care very little about. Love the purse and the shoes too.

Gillian Jacobs

First off, I like Gillian Jacobs already because she’s funny as hell on Community, even if she is a bit of an annoying hipster type. (But who isn’t?) And though this has obvious flaws, I see potential. The cut of that dress is so obviously unflattering – it practically has arrows that point up to her tummy and away from her boobs. But the lace cut-out idea is good – I can see what she liked about the dress (though she should have known it was a NO once she tried it on). And though her hair is a bit of a nightmare, her makeup is nice and she is ALSO rocking a little Mona Lisa smile. Try again, Britta. I believe in you.

Anne Hathaway in Marni

Listen, Anne Hathaway is one of the best-dressed women on earth. Everyone is allowed to have an off day. That being said, I hate everything about this. The hair color clashing terribly with the color in the sweater. Whatever the hell she’s wearing around her neck. The gap of skin at the awkwardly high place between where her shirt ends and her pants begin. THE RUFFLES ON THE PANTS. And espadrilles? Not really appropriate outside a barbecue or a walk down the boardwalk.

Emily Blunt in Andrew Gn

We are seeing a lot of lovely ladies in white. I’m eating it up, especially with the black stockings and black shoes – they keep it from looking bridal. Love the eyelets; love the weird shapes in those sleeves. And loving the lighter hair color!

Gisele Bundchen at Sao Paulo Fashion Week

Goddamn, it is good to be Gisele. This is effortless sexy like nothing I’ve ever seen before. I want that purse, I need those shoes, and that color is just perfect on her.

Front Row at Paris Fashion Week

Olivia Wilde at the Giorgio Armani Prive couture show

Gorgeous.

Olivia Wilde in Gucci at a French Vogue event for Paris Fashion Week

It’s out there, but it’s a risk that paid off. I like everything except that little strip of blue (coming out of the big strip) that looks like it’s pulling her shirt open. Great colors, daring accessories, funky shoes.

Jessica Alba in Gucci at a French Vogue event for Paris Fashion Week

I just don’t know why women feel the need to wear capelets attached to their cocktail dresses. And that fake tan is blinding me.

Diane Kruger in Gucci at a French Vogue event for Paris Fashion Week

Versace and Gucci won’t fucking stop it with all these awkwardly placed tassels hanging in front of your nether regions! It’s just awkward. Other than that, this dress still has a lot going on; and the black-and-gold accessories might be too matchy-matchy. But it’s pretty awesome dress all the same.

Diane Kruger in Chanel haute couture

Gorgeous dress, but it doesn’t feel right on her at all. Maybe Alexa Chung.

Diane Kruger at the Chanel couture show

Phenomenal. Every piece of the puzzle is perfect. (Sorry for the alliteration.)

Kirsten Dunst at the Chanel couture show

I love a blazer over a dress. I love her porcelain skin. I love how surprisingly sober she seems.

Alexa Chung at the Chanel couture show

Okay, hipster. This is pushing it. Don’t turn into Michelle Williams and just start dressing like you think you’re a modern-day Twiggy. It’s tired.

Alexa Chung at the Etam couture show

I give up. There’s no saving this one.

Also, don’t think you can get away with wearing the same shoes at two different fashion shows. You thought this Diva wouldn’t notice? HA!

Directors Guild Awards

Sofia Vergara in Monique Lhuillier

Yes! Sofia Vergara has finally found a bombshell dress that is elegant and classic instead of trashy and over-the-top! Not loving the shoe color with that dress and purse, but she looks phenomenal.

Amy Adams

Gorgeous, but I can’t fucking take another nude dress on the red carpet! Love the eyeliner, though.

Claire Danes in Roland Mouret

She’s glaring at me like she knows what I said about her SAG awards dress. I’m sorry, Angela Chase! I still love you! You look fierce! But get your roots touched up!

Natalie Portman in Michael Kors

Somehow they’re always different designers, but doesn’t it seem like since Natalie Portman announced her pregnancy, she’s worn a different incarnation of this dress to every major event (except the Golden Globes)? I don’t dislike this sort of funky, embellished Grecian thing, I’m just seeing a whole lot of the same thing from her lately.

© Democracy Diva, 2011.

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