suit by Acne
Eddie Redmayne continues his streak of phenomenal red carpet looks – he’s had a better run than most A-listers this awards season. He of the velvet jackets and shiny, shiny shoes – I’ll suffer the indignity of Les Mis getting an Oscar nomination for Best Picture so long as there’s more Eddie Redmayne on the red carpet.
gown by Prabal Gurung, purse by Roger Vivier, shoes by Jimmy Choo
This stunning Prabal Gurung gown was my Pre-Fall 2013 red carpet prediction for Michelle Dockery, and I think it’s stunning on Jennifer Lawrence. I’m not sold on the hair, and the makeup is definitely problematic, but the dress fits her beautifully and the clutch is just fantastic.
gown by Oscar de la Renta, shoes by Casadei
Beautiful, but nothing we haven’t seen before. But you have to respect the Oscar nominee who dresses up like an Oscar on the red carpet.
dress by Zuhair Murad, purse by Christian Louboutin, shoes by Jimmy Choo
I’m so glad she’s not wearing Dior again, and I think this dress is stunning, but the shoes are all wrong. The lace and florals look beautiful and it fits her beautifully, and I think the purse is fine, but those shoes have got to go.
gown by Carolina Herrera, shoes by Christian Louboutin
The stars on the belt and shoulders are really cheesy, and I don’t think the print looks particularly expensive. Maybe I’d like it better in a cocktail length, this gown is a foot too long on her, and the print kind of overwhelms her.
dress by Tadashi Shoji, purse by Judith Leiber, shoes by Dana Davis
Love the color of the dress, but the matching earrings and purse and shoes are more than a bit too much.
gown by Prada, shoes by Jimmy Choo
Painfully boring, poorly fit, and lazily styled. BOO, JESSICA. You are capable of looking so much better than this.
gown by Jason Wu, purse by Jill Milan, shoes by Christian Louboutin
Her hair has gotten so peroxided, she’s starting to look like Lindsay Lohan. I don’t think I need to say that that’s not exactly the look anyone should be aiming for.
dress by Miu Miu, purse by JustFab, shoes by Prada
The length of the dress is so awkward, and the hair and lipstick look downright costumey.
gown by Vionnet, shoes by Jimmy Choo
Amy, I think you put your dress on sideways.
dress by Monique Lhuillier, shoes by Brian Atwood
Happy prom, y’all!
dress by Marios Schwab, shoes by Roger Vivier
Okay, dear readers. I know the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards aren’t exactly the most important event of the awards show season. But if you’re going to bother showing up, at least attempt a look that’s better than this. The top and bottom look like two entirely different dresses, and not only because the skirt looks like it’s been attacked by some kind of wild animal. And the black strappy platforms are so wrong for this dress, I can’t even fathom how she left the house in them.
suit by Tom Ford
You look dirty and your tie is comically wide.
gown by Monique Lhuillier, purse by Salvatore Ferragamo
She really never gets tired of wearing the same dress over and over again, does she?
gown by Emilio Pucci, purse by Edie Parker, shoes by Nicholas Kirkwood
Severe, shapeless, ill-fitting, and boring. Was everyone half-assing the Critics Choice Awards because they hate the critics? Actually, I kind of hope so – at least there would be a bitchy reason for all the disasters on this red carpet.
gown by Chanel
You know I love to compliment many of Elle’s more questionable looks, but dear readers, I simply cannot support this at any age. Those shoes are part Mary Jane, part clog, part ballet slipper, and part torture device. And I don’t know when Chanel started making shower curtains, but it’s tragic that Elle managed to mistake one of them for a dress.
dress by Honor, purse by Tiffany, shoes by Jimmy Choo
You are a grown-ass woman. What are you doing in four different shades of Barbie pink? For shame, Leslie Mann – you are way more stylish than this madness.