The Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part 1

Happy Sunday, judgmental fashionistas!


Photo: Tom & Lorenzo

In spite of the over-the-blazer nipple clamps (a phrase I’ve almost certainly never said before), I’m loving blue Gaga. Sheer hose are coming back in a SERIOUS way, and as usual, Gaga is on the front lines of that fashion battle. I love the shape of the blazer, the shoes, and the Judy Jetson-meets-Nancy Reagan aesthetic of it all.

FREIDA PINTO // dress by Michael Kors

Photo: John Shearer/Getty

Can’t decide if I love the color or hate it – it’s a little overly neon, like she’s a walking warning sign, but it’s cute, and there’s basically not a color in the rainbow that Freida can’t rock.

ANNA PAQUIN // dress by Stella McCartney, shoes by Yves Saint Laurent

Photo: Fred Prouser/Reuters/Landov

Stella McCartney’s bubble/polka dot-inspired dresses are positively ubiquitous, but Anna is working this cute LWD. I like the cascading circles, the way they change in size and pattern from top to bottom, and the shoes are lovely (though they’d have been better in another color).

MILA KUNIS // dress by Louis Vuitton, shoes by Lanvin

Photo: / Splash News

I can’t decide what’s not working here, but I just don’t like this dress. Perhaps the skirt is a tad too tennis/country club; perhaps the arbitrary lines don’t really take a woman’s shape into account; perhaps I’m just sick of Justin’s vests. But the shoes are cute.


Photo: Michael Buckner/WireImage

I’m not really feeling this print, and the overall look is pretty vanilla. Attention, Hollywood hotties: Stop wasting your beauty on boring outfits.

SARAH JESSICA PARKER // dress by Prabal Gurung, shoes by Salvatore Ferragamo

Photo: The HL Group

Leave the shower curtains in the bathroom, SJP. They don’t belong on your dress, no matter how expensive they are.

ASHLEY TISDALE // dress by Lucca

Photo: Tom & Lorenzo

Cute, considering it’s ComicCon and strict fashion rules do not apply. The dress feels referential to Wonder Woman, which was a good move for the event. She’s starting to look more plastic than ever, though.

ALICIA KEYS // top and pants by Louis Vuitton

Photo: Ralph Notaro/Splash News Online

That top is just silly. It’s like a kimono and an alien suit mated to make a super fugly shirt.

HEIDI KLUM // dress by Yves Saint Laurent, shoes by Gucci

Photo: Tom & Lorenzo

 Hate the belt, love the sleeve length. Wish the dress fit her body a little better.

OLIVIA WILDE // jumpsuit by Emporio Armani

Photo: Jean Baptiste Lacroix/WireImage

Those lace shoes are hideous, particularly with her jumpsuit practically tucked into them, but this is one of the only jumpsuits I’ve ever seen that I don’t totally hate. It’s a little jodhpurs-esque for my taste, but at least it’s sparkly.

ASHLEE SIMPSON // dress by Mara Hoffman, purse by Chanel

Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty

Too much is happening here. The black toenails with the red shoes; the black purse with the gold bangles; the red-and-black ring and matching necklace; the ill-fitting leopard print dress; the Barbie pink lips; the platinum pixie-cut – cut out half the accessories, and maybe she’d look presentable.

JESSICA BIEL // top and shorts by Christian Cota

Photo: Vince Flores/AFF-USA

Oh my God, just go home and stop subjecting all of us to your midriff and awful taste. A cut-off tee, pink tweed shorts and stripper shoes is NOT an appropriate outfit, even for ComicCon.

JULIANNE MOORE // dress by Lanvin, shoes by Alexander Wang

Photo: Doug Meszler/Splash News Online

I looked and this and thought, “Hm. In spite of the non-color, this is super-chic and classy, and her shoes are fabulous.” Until I saw what she wore the next day…

JULIANNE MOORE // dress by Lanvin, shoes by Alexander Wang

Photo: INF

Same dress designer; same shoe designer; same color; same style of shoes. Sorry, Jules, but adding a fugly cape to the dress you wore yesterday does not make it a new outfit.


Photo: Albert Michael/Startraks

Starlets: DO YOUR FUCKING HAIR. Sloppy braids are not to be worn outside the house, except when it’s stupidly hot outside and the only way to stay cool is to wear your wet hair in a braid. This hair is downright embarrassing, especially paired with this lumpy, shapeless, booby-sagging dress.

JAYMA MAYS // top and shorts by Rebecca Minkoff, shoes by Aldo

Photo: Demis Maryannakis/Splash News Online

AWFUL. From head to toe, I couldn’t hate this outfit more. The smurf next to her looks way more stylish.



Gaga, don’t get lazy. Even with full hair and makeup, covering your shoulders in feathers does not mean you are dressed. Don’t let your wardrobe operate as an X-ray machine.

Stay tuned for Parts 2 and 3!

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