The Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part 2

Welcome back, dear readers! I’m approaching the end of the semester, so you’ll have to forgive the sometimes sporadic blogging. But nevermind that!

LILY COLLINS at the Paris premiere of Mirror Mirror // gown by Zac Posen

Photo: Bauer-Griffin

Go ahead and get it while you can, Snow White! Yes, this is as ridiculously Disney princessy as anything else, but it’s got a romantic Victorian feel that’s a little more grown-up but not quite aging. Her makeup artists needn’t be so heavy-handed – she’s flawless without the extra blush and bright-red lips – but it’s a job well done.

NICOLE RICHIE in Las Vegas // purse by House of Harlow

Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty

I am all kinds of in love with this gown. I could do without the matronly hairstyle , the rings, and the string around her wrist, but I’ll take what I can get.

DIANNA AGRON in New York City // dress by Alice + Olivia, shoes by Jimmy Choo

Photo: Jayme Oak/Splash News

Dianna! You are simply KILLING it in your elevated street style! The dress is right on-trend (can’t swing a stick in April without whacking six starlets in florals, right?), the coat is delicious, even the pumps give a little vintage-feeling sweetness to the look.

DAKOTA FANNING in New York City // dress by Elie Saab, purse and shoes by Prada

Photo: Billy Farrell/BFAnyc/Sipa

The dress isn’t particularly remarkable, but this look is ALL about the accessories. That kitschy floral purse is just adorable, chic and age-appropriate. And the shoes? She’s wearing the red version of these badass lil’ things:

Photo: Tom & Lorenzo

DEAL WITH THE PRADA FLAME SHOES, BITCHES!

ARIEL WINTER at the Kids’ Choice Awards // dress by Cynthia Rowley, shoes by Aldo

Photo: John Shearer/Getty

Ariel Winter is the best-dressed female cast member of Modern Family. There is no question about this.

TAYLOR SWIFT at the ACM Awards // gown by J. Mendel

Photo: Nate Beckett/Splash News

It’s a relief to see Taylor in something a little less Taylor-esque than we’re used to. But if I’m not grading on a curve, I have to say that this is still kind of a big old mess. Yes, I’m relieved the hair is different, but those sloppy bangs are pretty terrible. Yes, I’m happy she’s willing to show even the slightest bit of skin, but poorly-fitted side cut-outs, when everyone and their mother has already worn a side cut-out gown already, isn’t the way to do this. And the length? I mean, Taylor’s like a thousand feet tall. How is it even possible that a gown could be this unreasonably long on her?

BROOKLYN DECKER at the Sydney premiere of Battleship // gown by J. Mendel

Photo: Don Arnold/WireImage

Another J. Mendel gown with gold detailing and cut-outs, but this one is even worse. Brooklyn clearly thinks she’s the best thing to happen to the red carpet in decades, and I have to vehemently disagree. This is ill-fitting, tacky, and sloppy.

BROOKLYN DECKER at the Tokyo premiere of Battleship // gown by Stella McCartney, shoes by Jimmy Choo

Photo: Jun Sato/WireImage

This is more much elegant and fits better, but STILL with the side cut-outs? This is getting exhausting. And that train looks stupid.

BROOKLYN DECKER at the Seoul premiere of Battleship // gown by Femme D’armes, shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: Han Myung-Gu/WireImage

That is the largest pair of underwear I have ever seen.

GABRIELLE UNION at the Atlanta premiere of Think Like a Man // gown by Bill Blass, purse by Judith Leiber

Photo: Moses Robinson/Getty

I wish it fit a little better in the bust, but you can’t beat this amazing yellow on her beautiful skin. It’s just so lovely.

EMILY BLUNT in New York City // dress and purse by Elie Saab, shoes by Sergio Rossi

Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty

The makeup is horrible and the shoes are worse. The sleeves don’t even remotely fit her – the square neckline and skinny belt are the best things about this otherwise unimpressive look. The color could have worked on her with different styling, but I’m not convinced.

KRISTEN STEWART at the Kids’ Choice Awards // dress by Stella McCartney, shoes by Barbara Bui

Photo: Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic

What am I more exhausted with? Long-sleeved, mini-skirted lace dresses? Blue suede pumps? Her unreasonably lazy wet ponytail? Her miserable pout? I can’t decide, dear readers.

EMMA STONE at the Kids’ Choice Awards // dress by Antonio Berardi, shoes by Alejandro Ingelmo

Photo: John Shearer/Getty

Ugh, are we really back to blonde Emma Stone? I’m so not happy about that, particularly when she’s opting to return to mixing pink-nudes and gray-nudes and really tacky purses.

SELENA GOMEZ at the Kids’ Choice Awards // top and skirt by Dolce & Gabbana, shoes by Cesare Paciotti

Photo: Steve Granitz/WireImage

I don’t deny Selena Gomez the right to wear a crop top – it’s just this one that I take particular issue with. I hate those super-wide straps that sort of latch on to the bra part, and the skirt would look cuter if she wore it two inches lower on her waist. But I have to commend her for the shoes, which you need to see up close to truly appreciate:

Photo: Redcarpet-fashionawards.com

Delicious.

CHLOË SEVIGNY // dress and shoes by Louis Vuitton

Photo: VSummers/Splash News

The mental patient haircut continues to be inexcusable, but for the first time in my entire memory, Chloë Sevigny is wearing something relatively normal and even approaching cute. The cap-toed pumps are so trendy I’m almost shocked that someone as “LOOK HOW UNIQUE I AM” as Ms. Sevigny would even wear them. I don’t love the little military-looking embellishments on the bodice, but the skirt is pretty damn cute.

CLAIRE DANES at the New York premiere of Girls // dress by Preen

Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty

Everyone one of the three dresses you are wearing is ugly, Claire. You lose.

RIHANNA at the Sydney premiere of Battleship // jumpsuit by Stella McCartney, shoes by Manolo Blahnik

Photo: Don Arnold/WireImage

Rihanna Wears Pajamas on the Red Carpet, Take One: Ugh.

RIHANNA at the Tokyo premiere of Battleship // ensemble by Emilio Pucci

Photo: Jun Sato/WireImage

Rihanna Wears Pajamas on the Red Carpet, Part 2: This woman officially needs psychological help.

KATY PERRY in Chennai, India // dress by Manish Arora, shoes by Charlotte Olympia

Photo: Aijaz Rahi/AP

The dress is busy and hideous and nothing to write home about. But we need a side-view of the heels to get the full effect.

Photo: Tom & Lorenzo

The dress might be awful, but DAMN, are these shoes all kinds of totally fucking fabulous.

KATY PERRY at the Kids’ Choice Awards // skirt by Gerlan Jeans, shoes by Prada

Photo: John Shearer/Getty

Everything, from the tip of her rainbow ponytail to her FOUR lime-green garments/accessories, is just horrible to look at. Katy, spare us these migraine-inducing acid trips, please. I just don’t think I can bear it.


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4 responses to The Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part 2

  1. Molly

    Lilys Zac Posen is STUNNING but its killing me how long it is on her. She looks like a little girl playing dress up in her mothers closet.
    I like Kristen Stewarts dress but she really needs to find a new hem because the bitch has some really unatractive chicken legs. And unless you are Emma Watson, I am over this whole lace dress trend.

    • democracydiva – Author

      LOL on K.Stew’s legs. I admit, they are uncommonly pale (though I’m not one to talk) and her knees are really knobbly.

  2. Ashleigh

    Dianna Agron’s street style has been all kinds of fabulous recently.

    Katy Perry’s KCA “outfit” makes me want to cry.

  3. Zoë

    In a magazine I was reading the other day I saw them commending and WORSE recommending Alexa Chung’s mental patient hair cut, a little part of me died.
    I am ALL OVER Ariel Winter’s gorgeous little number, what I wouldn’t do to have that in my wardrobe and Diana Agron’s street style is so perfect it hurts.

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