The Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part 2

There’s judgment and sass to dole out, dear readers.

ELIZABETH BANKS at the Los Angeles premiere of Man on a Ledge // dress by Emilio Pucci, purse by Jimmy Choo, shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: Hubert Boesl/DPA/Landov

It’s taken her awhile to get here, but Elizabeth Banks has finally snagged the coveted top spot in my weekly fashion recaps. (She’s been praying for this honor every night before bed, I swear.) Hair and makeup are perfect, the dress is mega-fucking-fabulous, the accessories are perfect. Can’t go wrong with a hot blonde in gold, can you?

ELIZABETH BANKS in San Francisco // dress by Diane von Furstenberg, boots by Tabitha Simmons

Photo: Drew Alitzer/WENN

Cute, but a little more color in her face would have livened this look up a bit.

DIANE KRUGER in Paris // gown by Erdem, shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: Pascal le Segretain/Getty

I never love a mega-short slip under a full-length lace gown – it reads a little desperate – but Diane looks beautiful. The color is lovely on her, and the sleeves are so delicate and romantic.

DITA VON TEESE in Paris // dress and fascinator by Alexis Mabille

Photo: Zimbio

It’s only been a few days since Paris couture fashion week (get caught up on celebs’ looks from the front row and catch the best from the runway in my fabulous red carpet predictions). But lucky Dita is already rocking this fierce look from Alexis Mabille‘s Spring 2012 couture collection. I’m so glad she kept a smaller version fascinator, because it really makes the look, and I think the matching purse is amazing. But the shoes were one step too far.

EMMY ROSSUM in New York City // dress by Carolina Herrera, shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: Albert Michael/Startraksphoto.com

Adorable dress, cute shoes, dig the bracelet. Bring a little more oomph to the hair/makeup department and we’re golden!

ASHLEY OLSEN in New York City // bag by The Row, shoes by Manolo Blahnik

Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty

I love the print of the shirt, but hate the silhouette of it on her tiny figure. The pants are fine, but I feel like I’ve seen her in those shoes many times before. Love the bag.

MARY-KATE OLSEN in New York City

Photo: Kevin Mazur/Getty

Wish I could see more of the coat, but I like what I see. It’s quite enough black, with the stockings and shoes, but again, the purse is sharp and chic.

KATE BECKINSALE in Madrid // dress by Michael Kors

Photo: Juan Naharro Gimenez/WireImage

The dress is boring as can be but looks stunning on her. However, with shiny nude pumps and no other styling, it’s nothing to get excited about.

KATE BECKINSALE at the Berlin premiere of Underworld: Awakening // dress by Christian Dior, shoes by Salvatore Ferragamo

Photo: DPA/Landov

Have fun at the Winter Wonderland high school dance, Kate!

TAYLOR SWIFT in London // dress by Asos, jacket by Rick Owens, purse by Rugby Ralph Lauren

Photo: BAR/Startraks

I’d wear all of this, together and separate, any day of the week, and especially while walking around London in the rain. It’s amazing how much more chic and grown-up she looks with her hair back.

KIRSTEN DUNST at the Sundance Film Festival // dress by Roland Mouret, jacket by Derek Lam, boots and purse by Chloé

Photo: Celebutopia

Yummy jacket; awful hair.

DANIEL RADCLIFFE at the London premiere of The Woman in Black // suit by Antonio Azzuolo, tie and pocket square by The Tie Bar, shoes by Grenson

Photo: Tom & Lorenzo

The double-breasted suit isn’t always easy to pull off, but it helps to be British and completely adorable. The tie isn’t my favorite, but he looks too dapper to criticize.

CLEMENCE POESY in Paris // dress by Nina Ricci

Photo: Zimbio

I think this dress is very sweet, from the elbow-length sleeves to the rounded shoulders to the lush velvet. Shoes and purse are unobtrusive but vaguely interesting. The messy bangs work really well on her, too.

MICHELLE OBAMA at the State of the Union address // dress by Barbara Tfank

Photo: Tom & Lorenzo

I get that she has to wear campaign colors for the next year, but do they have to be so shiny?

JENNIFER LAWRENCE // dress by Prada, shoes by Brian Atwood

Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty

That silhouette does nothing for you, darling. And I’m not sure that hairdo works either.

DREW BARRYMORE // dress by Ports 1961

Photo: Paul Morigi/WireImage

We can always count on Drew to throw her hair into a ponytail, grab the first giant printed gown she can find, and hit the red carpet. I love her for it, but I don’t love her for subjecting my eyes to that print.

KATHERINE HEIGL at the New York premiere of One for the Money // gown by Hervé L. Leroux, purse by Salvatore Ferragamo

Photo: Anthony Behar/Sipa

The drag queen makeup with the truly terrible hair is just depressing. The gown is flattering, but not particularly interesting, and what’s happening north of her neck is too distracting to even notice the dress.

ANNE HATHAWAY in West Hollywood // purse by Rodo

Photo: FayesVision/WENN

Annie wore a simple black dress and black heels three weeks ago; she wore a classic black column gown and black heels the week before that. Honey, three in a row is officially a style rut. Let’s get cracking on some new colors and shapes.

MANDY MOORE in West Hollywood // dress by Lela Rose, purse by Kotur

Photo: Stefanie Keenan/WireImage

Do I have to start a fucking petition to end these Swedish milkmaid braids?! They’re everywhere, and they’re awful on everyone, from Jaime King to Elle Fanning. And could there be three more basic Hollywood starlet items than a lacy LBD, bow-adorned black peep-toe pumps, and a sparkly black clutch? Snooze.

KELLY OSBOURNE in West Hollywood // dress by H&M, shoes by Aldo

Photo: Juan Rici/FameFlynet

Now the hair is becoming purple? I think that thing has a life of its own.


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2 responses to The Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part 2

  1. I’ve actually tried to mimic Elizabeth Banks’ eye makeup from the first look. Bronzey shadow, brown liner, and mascara.

    I’ve gotta say, it’s nice to see Mary Kate Olsen not looking like the homeless lady with expensive clothes for once. I think that was the Olsen twin with homeless-chic style…

    And how is Kelly Osbourne’s hair stylist pulling this off? Are they drugging her before suggesting these colors and styles? Regardless, it keeps me laughing my ass off.

  2. Molly

    I agree with the comment above about how nice it is to see the Olsens in something nice for once. I actually really like what they are wearing.
    I have to have the Taylor Swifts jacket in my closet, asap. She looks great, and with her recent fashion hits, im excited to see what she wears to the Grammys.
    It looks like Kirsten Dunst got herself a new stylist recently. She looks great.

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