dress by Moschino, purse by Olympia Le-Tan, shoes by Jimmy Choo
Yet again, little Sally Draper bests the ladies two to three times her age and snags the coveted Best Dressed spot. I honestly do not think I could love her little Moschino dress more if I tried, from the collar to the peplum to the striped and pleated skirt. She’s perfect, the shoes are terrific, and the purse is a blast. I love you, Kiernan.
dress by Tadashi Shoji
Has Octavia ever looked better? I think not. The color, the fabric, the sleeves, the stripes, the neckline – there’s nothing about this look I don’t love. Classy, chic, and mega-flattering: the Octavia Spencer story.
dress by Moschino, purse by Jimmy Choo, shoes by Tory Burch
It’s not often that I see a look this simple and fall to pieces over how chic it is, but it’s a very classy step forward in Naya Rivera’s wardrobe. The dress fits perfectly and the color is gorgeous for her skin tone. (Pasty girls like myself should probably avoid this shade like the plague, though.) And though solid-colored peep-toe platforms are very tired, at least they’re in an interesting brown/bronze color, and the hair, makeup, and jewelry are pretty much flawless.
dress by Proenza Schouler, purse and shoes by Roger Vivier
Love the dress so much it hurts, but I find the black accessories very heavy and distracting.
dress by Calvin Klein, shoes by Jimmy Choo
What a color! Can we take a moment to send up a blessing to the red carpet fashion gods for finally convincing starlets to don amazing, bright colors? I mean, if you ignore the awful hair extensions and the boring shoes, Leslie looks pretty damn excellent.
dress by Calvin Klein
It’s a little underwhelming, especially from Emma Watson, but it’s youthful and chic. And for an event like this, I think it’s better to be a little underdressed than a little overdressed. I’m not a Calvin Klein fan, but he did co-sponsor this party, so if we have to see a thousand CK dresses on the red carpet, at least this one has some interest to it. (In relation to other CK dresses, at least.)
dress and purse by Calvin Klein
Great color, love the pockets, and though the shoes are a little much for me, I don’t actually hate them. The necklace would be lovely if it were smaller and more subtle, but it’s a little costumey and garish as is.
SARAH JESSICA PARKER
dress by Calvin Klein, shoes by Manolo Blahnik
NO NECKLACES! NO CROSS-BODY BAGS! Who are you and what have you done with Sarah Jessica Parker?
dress by Calvin Klein, shoes by Nicholas Kirkwood
Phenomenal color – seriously, Kristen, why you wear bold shades so rarely is a mystery to me, because you pack such a fierce punch in them. The dress is far too long, and I couldn’t hate the shoes more if I tried, but from the slit up, it’s a success.
dress by Badgley Mischka, purse by Mulberry, shoes by Brian Atwood
Anna, darling, I love you dearly, but this dress is awfully desperate for an event this low on the totem pole of importance. The sheer waistband is too much, particularly with the boxy boob-shelf and the gold embellishments. There’s like forty different design elements that are all pointing to your tits, and the rest of the look is as boring as can be. Tsk, tsk.
dress by Calvin Klein, purse and shoes by Dolce & Gabbana
I love Elle, but if your black dress is sheer, the dress you wear underneath it ALSO NEEDS TO BE BLACK! There is no excuse for this from a girl who has infinite access to stylists. And Elle, I know you’ve got a granny-chic thing that you love to death, but somewhere along the line, you must have dropped the “chic” part. Because that purse and those shoes look dated by at least a hundred years, and not in a “ooh, look, how vintage!” sort of way.
dress by Vera Wang, purse by Nancy Gonzalez, shoes by Jimmy Choo
This is just too much, Nina. Pick a dress with two or three less design elements, and don’t add an overly complicated pair of shoes to an overly complicated cocktail dress.
dress, coat, purse, and shoes by Calvin Klein
I know little to nothing about Jaime King. So if she is, in fact, seventy-five years old, as I am forced to assume based on this outfit, she actually looks quite excellent. But if she is, as Wikipedia tells me she is, thirty-three years old, then she looks like a fucking idiot.
dress by Raoul, shoes by Jimmy Choo
Viola. YOU KNOW BETTER THAN THIS. You are all kinds of fabulous, and I will not accept this stupid dress and those awful shoes from a woman of your caliber.
dress and purse by Valentino, shoes by Salvatore Ferragamo
It’s been a long time since I’ve seen an Emma Stone look I hated this much. I think the color is atrocious when combined with her hair and skin tone. It washes her out even more, and the giant white cuffs and collar are distracting and only serve to make the dress even more childish. And I love me some houndstooth Ferragamos, but they were so clearly the wrong choice for this look, and the purse isn’t any better.
dress by Romona Keveza, purse by Kotur, shoes by Jean-Michel Cazabat
HIRE A STYLIST.
dress by Zimmermann, shoes by Brian Atwood
I think I speak for all of us when I say, “hahahahahahahahaha, what a stupid bitch.”