The Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part I

Who’s fab and who’s fugly this week?

ABIGAIL BRESLIN

Abigail Breslin

Gorgeous! Wouldn’t have picked those nude shoes, but she’s looking lovely in her LWD.

Abigail Breslin

The 1970s wide-legged high-waisted jumpsuit, plus the awful fake-blonde hair – it’s all looking very Lindsay Lohan, and I could not mean that in a worse way.

AMERICA FERRERA

America Ferrera

Absolute perfection. What a beautiful dress.

AMY ADAMS

Amy Adams in Tory Burch

She couldn’t have picked a cuter out-on-the-town outfit. I’m fully obsessed with those shoes.

ANNA KENDRICK

Anna Kendrick in Z Spoke by Zac Posen

Cute and sexy. Nice work for someone who has brought a whole lot of nutso to the red carpet lately.

Anna Kendrick in Zuhair Murad

I see where she was going with this one, but the outcome is a little bit of a hot disaster. Those weirdly-placed strips of fabric don’t do much for her figure. But her legs look phenomenal!

Anna Kendrick

Oh, good. More nude dresses with nude shoes. Because, you know, we don’t see enough of that on the red carpet.

ANNA PAQUIN

Anna Paquin in Herve L. Leroux

Boring but lovely. Looks like something Hillary Swank would have worn to the Oscars around six years ago, but I mean that as a compliment.

BEYONCE

Beyonce in Marc Jacobs

Love this dress, but it just seems like a really far cry from Beyonce’s style.

BLAKE LIVELY

Blake Lively in Zuhair Murad

In case you needed proof that Blake Lively is, in fact, beautiful beyond human – just look here. She’s a fucking mermaid.

BROOKLYN DECKER

Brooklyn Decker in Giambattista Valli

Gorgeous dress, but that cock-eyed hair style is not working.

CHLOE SEVIGNY

Chloe Sevigny

Practically adorable compared to her usual shtick. I love a good 90s throwback. And I’d wear all these pieces (separately, not together).

CHRISTINA RICCI

Christina Ricci

Great color dress, but that hair is all kinds of sad looking.

CIARA

Ciara

I wonder how many giant, tacky cheetahs had to die to make this dress.

DIANE KRUGER

Diane Kruger in a No. 21 dress and Brian Atwood pumps

Awful. I hate that pepto-bismol pink against her skin tone, I hate the aqua shoes, I hate the way the fabric is tucked in at the waist, I hate her highlights. Whew. That felt good.

Diane Kruger in Tabitha Simmons shoes

Blech. She looks like a toilet brush.

DIANNA AGRON

Dianna Agron in Gucci

I truly believe her stylists had a bet going to see how many completely fugly articles of clothing they could get Dianna to wear at once.

DITA VON TEESE

Dita Von Teese

I’m happy she took a step outside her wheelhouse and wore something flowy and goddessy. But the combo of the flowy, floral print with the severe old Hollywood styling isn’t working. With the blood-red lipstick and nails, she looks like she’s styled and dressed for two different eras.

Dita Von Teese

Would’ve been better with a black shoe.

EMMA ROBERTS

Emma Roberts in Elie Saab

Sweet and lovely. I can’t resist a dress with black lace.

EMMA STONE

Emma Stone in Louis Vuitton

In the reflection, you can see how the fabric bunches strangely beneath the straps, and that small detail is ruining the whole thing for me. And the purse doesn’t match at all.

EVA LONGORIA

Eva Longoria in Camilla and Marc

It’s cute, but I’d like it much better on Emma Watson.

EVA MENDES

Eva Mendes in Gucci

Gorgeous. The color is amazing, and the lipstick matches so perfectly, it’s a little weird.

Eva Mendes in a Prabal Gurung dress and Casadei heels

Sad, flimsy and forgettable. Like Eva Mendes’s career. WHOA! Low blow.

Eva Mendes in Oscar de la Renta

Oof. One of the uglier colors/prints I’ve seen on the red carpet. That green makes her look washed out, and it’s just not a pretty dress.

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