The Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part 2

The fashion never stops.

KELLY ROWLAND in Beverly Hills // gown by Badgley Mischka

Photo: Bauer Griffin

Full-on, divalicious, Diana Ross fabulous.

ALEXA CHUNG at the Elle Style Awards // suit by Stella McCartney

Photo: Gareth Cattermole/Getty

For me, this is the best Alexa Chung has ever looked. The hair isn’t perfect, but it’s so much less Girl, Interrupted than it was before! And there are no two ways about it – this suit is fucking fabulous. Kudos to Stella McCartney on this one – the mixed-print pants and black lapel were particularly phenomenal touches.

FLORENCE WELCH at the Elle Style Awards // dress by Erdem, shoes by Nicholas Kirkwood

Photo: Bauer Griffin

Now Flo’s coming down with a case of mental patient ahir, but goddamn if this dress isn’t the most beautiful thing on earth. And the shoes are perfect. Rock goddess chic all the way.

JESSICA CHASTAIN in London

Photo: Dave M. Benett/Getty

Dear Jessica: This dress is the perfect color for you. Burn those shoes in a fire. Love, the Democracy Diva.

JESSICA CHASTAIN at the Elle Style Awards // top and skirt by Alexander McQueen

Photo: Celebutopia

Oof. This is a little overworked and the silhouette isn’t particularly flattering. It’s a lot of dress, and for once, she doesn’t look at home in it. And that hair is a big old mess.

JESSICA CHASTAIN // dress by Alexander McQueen, shoes by Jimmy Choo

Photo: Bauer Griffin

You just love that belt, don’t you? First with McQueen, now with this – honestly, I’m not sure it works with either one. But this is a pretty boring look all the same.

VANESSA HUDGENS in Paris // dress by Moschino

Photo: Nicolas Briquet/Abaca

Still astounded that Vanessa has made this 180 from grungy hippie goth to old Hollywood glamour in like, a week. But as long as there’s a Moschino LWD in the picture, I’m pretty much sold.

CHRISTINA HENDRICKS at the Elle Style Awards // dress by Carolina Herrera, purse by Yves Saint Laurent

Photo: Celebutopia

I love the dress, but I think the shoulders are a bit much, it’s a shade tight, the shoes are awful, and the makeup is a little heavy-handed. But the colors and print are so beautiful that I’m trying to love it in spite of the fact that every styling choice was a mistake.

MICHELLE TRACHTENBERG in Beverly Hills // gown by Pamella Roland

Photo: Crollalanza/Rex

She always throws on a maxigown and some lipstick and things she’s ready to go, but I don’t love the fit on this, and it all feels a little five years ago.

NINA DOBREV // dress by Jenny Packham

Photo: Celebutopia

An ice skater’s dress and a drag queen’s shoes? What look are you going for, exactly?

TAYLOR SWIFT at the Grammys Pre-Telecast // dress by Dolce & Gabbana

Photo: Celebutopia

Lose the nude shoes and maybe we’ll talk.

CHRISTINA RICCI at the Elle Style Awards // gown by Jonathan Saunders

Photo: Celebutopia

She always brings the drama, but it’s too often Wednesday Addams drama, and that got old about a decade ago.

SHAILENE WOODLEY // dress and shoes by Chanel

Photo: Stuart Wilson/Getty

I wish the dress were longer and not paired with the dark stockings and shoes. It could have been great as a longer dress over bare legs, or as a tunic, but I kind of hate it with stockings. (And I wear tights with everything.)

ANGELINA JOLIE in Berlin // gown by Ralph & Russo

Photo: Future-Image/ZumaPress.com

Put in the effort, Ange. I know it’s hard to exert any energy on your outfit when you only eat eleven calories a day, but eat three M&Ms and find something interesting to wear, for God’s sake.

BRITNEY SPEARS in Beverly Hills

Photo: Bauer Griffin

Guys, Britney’s still alive! And she looks super-thin and reasonably normal! And her hair doesn’t look quite as fake as it used to! This is a victory, dear readers.

GABRIELLE UNION in Beverly Hills // gown by Emilio Pucci, purse by Savlatore Ferragamo, shoes by Lanvin

Photo: Celebutopia

The braid is hideous, and hat slit is TRASHY. Combine it with hooker heels and side cut-outs, and we’ve got more Gabrielle Union than I ever wanted to see.

BÉRÉNICE BEJO in London // gown by Azzedine Alaïa

Photo: Dave Hogan/Getty

I love Alaïa as much as the next girl, but this is so, SO not the gown for you, honey. Certainly not with that god-awful hair and lipstick. Let’s clean it up before the Oscars, kids!

ROSIE HUNTINGTON-WHITELEY at the Elle Style Awards // dress by Antonio Berardi, purse by Edie Parker, shoes by Sergio Rossi

Photo: Celebutopia

Well, this is like poison to my eyes. That grayish ivory color is awful, and the mullet skirt is simply outrageous. She’s one shade from head to toe except for her lipstick, and that aggravates me.

KIM KARDASHIAN in Beverly Hills // gown by Antonio Berardi

Photo: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin

Put them away, Kim. No one gives a shit anymore.

RIHANNA in Hollywood // top and pants by Bottega Veneta

Photo: MBBImages/Beimages

Is she actively trying to make me have an aneurism? How many more horrible hair styles will I have to suffer through before Rihanna finally calls it a day?


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One response to The Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part 2

  1. Molly

    I adore Jessicas red McQueen, but she is too stiff to pull it off.
    I fucking love Taylor Swift this week. That dress needs to be in my closet, and her hair fantastic. I dont even mind the nude pumps considering its only the second time she has ever worn them. Girl has been stepping up her game lately.
    Im glad that someone else agrees with me on Rosies dress because it seems like everyone has been all over it. Its very boring, but I do have to say that the detail is beautiful.

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