Part two of your weekly fashion recap is here!
Out of all the Glee cast members, Tina usually dresses the worst. But she seems to have finally found what works for her, because this is plenty cute. Neutral colors, but not ones that clash with her skin tone. The lace-like print is cute, and most importantly, it’s not two sizes too small, like most of what she wears. And her hair and makeup have never looked better!
I don’t care how hormonal you are – you have to be batshit CRAZY to wear those pants, especially in that trimester.
Julia Saner is only eighteen years old, but has walked in couture runway shows for Jean Paul Gaultier, Valentino, and Chanel. She’s also walked for McQueen, Dior, Lanvin, Givenchy, Louis Vuitton, and Gucci, to name a few. Learn her name now, because she’ll be a household name soon. Especially if she keeps wearing such EPIC gowns. She’s absolutely killing this.
Absolutely perfect. Seriously. I’d add a bracelet, but otherwise I wouldn’t change a thing.
in Emilio Pucci
I’m really over ultra-revealing, more-flesh-than-fabric Pucci dresses, but Karolina Kurkova is a Victoria’s Secret Angel. So some rules just do not apply to her.
Blech. Too many feathers, and the shoes are just too much. Just because a shoe has a lot going on doesn’t mean it actually makes the foot or leg look nice.
DELICIOUS. The hair, the dress, all of it.
Stunning. Kerry doesn’t always get it right, but when she does, it’s truly beautiful. It’s a really lovely dress.
If you ever wondered why I hate Kesha . . . well, this picture really says it all.
in a Chloe dress and Jimmy Choo shoes
Keeks is making a comeback. She hasn’t looked her best the last year or so, but the bitch has been BRINGING it to Cannes this week. She could still do with a darker (perhaps red?) hair color, and the makeup isn’t great, and the shoes are the wrong color for that dress, but that dress is so lovely, and the color so beautiful.
Once again, bringing it, in a BIG way. From the front, the top looks like a bit of a boob sling, but from the back, it’s flawless.
in J. Mendel
From the front, it’s downright demure, by Gaga standards. I mean, it’s the first time I haven’t seen her underwear in months. But the back really disappointed me:
Gaga, I understand your album drops this week (actually, in two hours, at the time I’m writing this). But if you need to promote it via WEARING YOUR FACE ON YOUR JACKET, you’re going about this the wrong way.
in Georges Chakra
No relation to Fan Bing Bing, Li BingBing is also one of the most famous actresses in China. And she also can rock high fashion like it’s her fucking job. It’s a lot of dress, but she looks stunning.
And this is just full-on fabulous. The dress itself is a work of art, and that necklace is incredible.
Mia, you’re so lovely. Why would you pick such an awful, ugly dress? The hair is matronly, the dress is completely sheer and yet somehow Mormon, and OH MY GOD WEAR A COLOR.
in Alberta Ferretti
As the great Cher Horowitz once said, “Not a total Betty, but a vast improvement.” Still not a color, but it’s much cuter. The hair and shoes are sassy and adorable. And the dress looks great on her.
I’m sure I’m supposed to be impressed by how high-fashion and daring this is, but I think from the waist up, she’s a menopausal housewife on a yacht off the coast of Nantucket, and from the waist down, she’s Anne Hathaway. Diva’s Rule of Fashion, #1: Wear one dress at a time. Not two.
in Azzedine Alaia
What a great week for chocolate brown! Naomi looks younger than she has in years. Quite a comeback from the Met Gala disaster.
in Camilla and Marc
Has her stylist never seen a pair of breasts before? (Well, probably, since he’s likely gayer than gay.) I mean, the bust on this is a hot disaster. Naya’s gorgeous and is seriously stacked, but you can’t wear a dress with a built-in booby holder if your tatties don’t fit in it.
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