The Week in Celebrity Fashion

It’s been too long, dear readers! There’s fabulousness to be caught up on!

LADY GAGA at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas// dress by Moschino, sunglasses by Fendi, purse by Salvatore Ferragamo

Photo: Michael Buckner/Getty

YES. Hair-makeup-shades-diamonds-dress-gloves-purse-shoes-HEAVEN. OK, I exaggerate, and I’m not really that big on peplum skirts, and those shoes are downright boring. But it’s nice to know that Gaga can keep every eye in the room on her even when she’s not wearing half a freshly slaughtered cow.

LADY GAGA at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas // ensemble by Chris March

Photo: Getty

There are several reasons why this is awesome: 1) It was taken at the same event as the previous Gaga photo. 2) And she kept the Fendi sunglasses on. 3) It’s a studded leather trench that looks custom-made for drag queens. 4) It’s designed by Chris March, of Project Runway fame, which basically means it really WAS custom-made for drag queens. Which also means he’s the perfect designer for Gaga, so I’m glad those two divas found each other.

BEYONCE at Macy’s in New York City// gown by Lanvin

Photo: Slaven Vlasic/Getty

I’m going to go ahead and write off those feathers as some sort of nesting ritual.

LEA MICHELE at Variety‘s Power of Women luncheon // dress by Katharine Kidd, purse by Fendi, shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: Jordan Strauss/Getty

The dress is almost cute, but not quite. Those shoulders look just a bit stupid on her. Us ladies of teeny-tiny stature, when we done purposefully exaggerated items of clothing, tend to just look like kids playing dress-up. Also, Lea? Lay off the spray tan. Your legs are a different ethnicity than your face.

DEMI MOORE at Variety‘s Power of Women luncheon // dress by Victoria Beckham, purse by Roger Vivier, shoes by Alexandre Birman

Photo: Apega/

The bitch looks great, but a dress this minimalist requires more precise styling. It’s good that she veered towards chunky, eye-catching accessories, but they don’t really work well together. And she’s in desperate need of jewelry.

OLIVIA WILDE at Variety‘s Power of Women luncheon // dress by Jason Wu, shoes by Yves Saint Laurent

Photo: Jason Merritt/Getty

No, Olivia! Bad starlet! The hair is not even remotely styled, the dress fits terribly and doesn’t flatter her at all, her eyebrows look ridiculous, her lipstick is even worse, and I want to throw her shoes in a fire.

ROSARIO DAWSON // dress by Alessandra Rich, shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: INF

I am so not a fan of those giaaaant fucking suede colorful pumps, particularly while worn with evening gowns, but at least it’s in a nice color this time. The dress is actually really interesting and looks beautiful on Rosario. However, her mental patient hair and truly terrifying makeup are making it hard to take her seriously.

HEIDI KLUM at the Versace Spring 2012 show in Milan // dress and shoes by Versace


The dress is not my taste, but it’s very Versace, so I get it. The shoes are either phenomenal or absurd, possibly both. But that hair is awful. If you’re going to part and slick down your hair like that, at least retouch your roots.

HEIDI KLUM at the amfAR Milano gala // gown by Roberto Cavalli

Photo: Venturelli/Getty

Hair is still a bit of a mess, but this gown is pretty wonderful. I think the cocktail ring is really distracting; I think it’s a little casual for this gown, and some bling would have been more appropriate. The purse is awesome, but again, a little strange for such a formal gown.

LINDSAY LOHAN at the amFAR Milano gala

Photo: Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty

I guess I should just be thankful that Lindsay is still capable of like, standing up for long enough to pose for this picture without throwing a drink or falling over or running to the ladies room for a few lines of blow. And honestly, for Lindsay, it’s not such a bad gown. I mean, lord knows I don’t love a evening gown/bikini top hybrid, but I don’t exactly set the standards high when it comes to this particular starlet. That’s just setting us all up for disappointment. But anyway, the hair is not as disgusting as usual, and the front of the dress is actually inoffensive. So, yay!

HAILEE STEINFELD at the Teen Vogue Young Hollywood party // dress by Versace

Photo: Bauer Griffin

Ten thousand kinds of fierce. The dress is super-chic, very modernized mob, and the accessories are brilliant. Matching your shoes to your purse might not work on adults, but on a 14-year-old starlet, in that phenomenal yellow, it totally works.

SARAH HYLAND at the Teen Vogue Young Hollywood party

Photo: Bauer Griffin

Honey, if you can’t stand up straight in them, then don’t wear those stilettos. And would a smile kill you?

SARAH JESSICA PARKER at the NYC Ballet gala // dress by Stella McCartney


I am so not down with that khaki-green suede shoe becoming a trend. Also, this dress shows a lot more of SJP than I care to see, and I think we’re all really over white lace dresses at this point. The flower just feels like a cheap and desperate Carrie Bradshaw throwback.

LIV TYLER at the NYC Ballet gala // gown by Stella McCartney


The bust could fit a little better, and I am downright appalled at the lack of jewelry, but this dress is really gorgeous on her. Seriously. I always forget about Liv, but she can pull off a serious fucking gown when she wants to.

SCARLETT JOHANSSON at a Milan Fashion Week event // dress, earrings and shoes by Dolce & Gabbana

Photo: Jacopo Raule/Getty

I’ll just say it: Where are Scarlett Johansson’s breasts?!?! Two years ago, they would have been busting out of that little tiny corset top. Just needed to point that out. Cute shoes.

SCARLETT JOHANSSON at the Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2012 show in Milan // dress, earrings and shoes by Dolce & Gabbana

Photo: Venturelli/WireImage

Every part of this look, from the hair to the makeup to the dress to the shoes, screams “Look! I’m doing that old Hollywood glamour thing! Do you get it?!”

FERGIE at Madame Tussauds Las Vegas // dress by Zuhair Murad

Photo: Dave Proctor/Startraks

Um, who are you and what have you done with Fergie? Not that I in any way want you to return to how you’ve been dressing for the last, like, decade, but seriously. What’s this Real Housewives of Atlanta aesthetic all about?

ANNA PAQUIN at a Point Foundation gala in Los Angeles // dress by Prabal Gurung, purse by Judith Leiber, shoes by Yves Saint Laurent

Photo: Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic

Awesome color dress, but the neckline is a little strangely placed, and the belt isn’t my favorite. Those giant ass pumps actually work here, and the purse seems adorable. Great hair, chic makeup, cool earrings.

DIANNA AGRON // dress by Madewell, shoes by Opening Ceremony

Photo: Charley Gallay/WireImage

Everything is just a little bit wrong. A structured shirtdress in a soft, flowy material doesn’t necessarily make sense, at least not when it’s executed poorly. I love a dress with pockets, but those things look absurd. Those shoes are … trying to be awesome, but not really accomplishing it. And the hair is just lazy.

JENNIFER LOPEZ at Pure Nightclub in Las Vegas // dress by Camilla and Marc, shoes by Jimmy Choo

Photo: Michael Buckner/Getty

You have two children and money beyond imagination. Why do you insist on wearing shoes clearly designed for prostitutes?

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