The Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part 1

Welcome to another fabulous week on the red carpet, dear readers! 

dress by Dolce & Gabbana

Photo: Rex

Sally Draper is better than you at everything, and you just need to deal with it. Seriously, this is perfect, and the mesh shoes were a stroke of genius.

KIERNAN SHIPKA at the Tribeca Film Festival
dress, purse, and shoes by Chanel

Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty

Not crazy about the booties, but everything else about this is utterly adorable. That dress is just awesome on her.

KATE HUDSON in New York City
suit by Michael Kors, shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: Rex

I WISH I could rock a purple suit as well as Kate Hudson does. I don’t even remotely like Kate Hudson, and this suit is making me want to be her friend. So I can steal her suit.

KATE HUDSON at the Tribeca Film Festival
dress by Jenny Packham, purse by Jimmy Choo, shoes by Casadei

Photo: Dave Allocca/Startraks

The almost-but-not-quite matching shoes are destroying me, and this seems like a strange outfit for springtime. But I absolutely love sweaterdresses and we so rarely get to see them on the red carpet, so I’m actually kind of on board with this.

JESSICA PARÉ in New York City
dress by L’Wren Scott, shoes by Casadei

Photo: Marion Curtis/Startraks

I don’t think the shoes work particularly well, and she is in desperate need of earrings. But I’m all about this dress – the color is perfect on her, and the gold embellishments are fun as hell.

dress by Valentino

Photo: Steve Mack/Getty

I always wish Christina would wear a more interesting pair of shoes, but everything else about this is so fucking flawless, I can’t actually care. LOOK at that HAIR. I would actually punch a kitten in the FACE for that hair. And the makeup has never been better, and the sheer top of the dress keeps it from looking matronly.

dress by Dolce & Gabbana, purse by Miu Miu, shoes by Marni

Photo: Chelsea Lauren/Getty

The purse is too big, and this look definitely did not call out for black shoes, but she’s cute as a freaking button in this dress, isn’t she?

JANUARY JONES in New York City
jacket by Versace, skirt by Parker, shoes by Miu Miu

Photo: Steve Mack/Getty

All of this is actually kind of chic and cool, but in more of a street style way than a BAFTA New York red carpet way. She seems a little under-dressed for the event.

ALEXA CHUNG at the Tribeca Film Festival
dress, purse, and shoes by Chanel

Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty

Almost shockingly chic and put-together for Alexa Chung. The shoes look too big on her, but they’re adorable and they bring some modernity and freshness to the look.

KATY PERRY in Cancun
dress by Monique Lhuillier, shoes by Jimmy Choo

Photo: Christopher Polk/Getty

Katy Perry has been going through a blue period for the Smurfs 2 press tour, and it’s actually really charming. I bet she throws AMAZING theme costume parties – she’s always committed to the bit. I don’t love the silver shoes, but the dress and sunglasses are pretty awesome together. The headband is beautiful, but that shade of blue is a little too different from the other shades of blue in the look.

dress by Erdem

Photo: PA

She’s wearing a print and her royal bump is showing – what more could we want?

dress by Emilia Wickstead, shoes by Rupert Sanderson

Photo: Getty

I hate everything about this dress.

ELLE FANNING at the GLAAD Media Awards
gown by Lanvin, headband by Jennifer Behr

Photo: Matt Baron/BEImages

The shape is way too awkward, which is a shame, because I could have really loved this look if it had a remotely nice-looking silhouette.

KIRSTEN DUNST at the GLAAD Media Awards
dress by Emilio Pucci

Photo: Dee Cercone/Everett

There is a bulls-eye over the space between her very visible bra cups. Did she not look in a mirror before attending this event?

NAOMI WATTS at the Tribeca Film Festival
dress by Alexander McQueen, purse by The Row, shoes by Alexander Wang

Photo: FameFlynet

No. The dress is great, but the length is a complete nightmare, the shoes are beyond awful, and the purse is distracting.

BELLA THORNE in Hollywood
top and skirt by Katie Ermilio, jewelry by Dannijo, shoes by Ruthie Davis

Photo: CJ/Splash News

The hair, makeup, and shoes are awful. I actually think this crop top/skirt combo is kind of killer, but this girl is FIFTEEN YEARS OLD. The makeup ages her at least another fifteen years on top of that.

EMMA STONE in New York City
dress by Band of Outsiders, shoes by Salvatore Ferragamo

Photo: Evan Agostini/Invision/AP

I hate Emma Stone as a blonde. I really, really do. It doesn’t help that her makeup always looks a little clownish, her dress doesn’t fit, and those shoes – why? Why would she pick those bridesmaid shoes to go with such a casual dress? I just don’t understand it.

dress, purse, and shoes by Saint Laurent

Photo: Gregory Pace/BEImages

Yup. Definitely the face of someone who just tried to drunkenly tell a cop, “Do you know who I am?” Well, if you’re trying to rebrand your image, Reese, I suggest updating your wardrobe, because this is as boring as possible.

GWYNETH PALTROW on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
dress by Narciso Rodriguez, shoes by Jimmy Choo

Photo: Stacie McChesney/Getty

The shoes are too much, but this look is chic and clean and modern. Unfortunately, Gwen completely lost her fucking mind this week, which brings us to…

gown by Antonio Berardi

Photo: Sara De Boer/

I don’t know how many different ways I can say no, but NO. NO, NO, NO. This is just terrifying. Everything about this is wrong. And we haven’t even seen the worst of it yet…

Photo: Axelle/Bauer-Griffin


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2 responses to The Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part 1

  1. MLzx

    As adorable as Emma Stone is, this is a clear indication of why she’s no March Fabness winner. Diane would never make such rookie mistakes. She might have fashion missteps, but it’s because she takes risks, not because she has unrefined taste in footwear and her makeup artist is drunk.

    • democracydiva – Author

      Agreed with all of the above. Missteps from risk-taking are occupational hazards of loving fashion and wanting to try new things; Emma’s mistakes are unforgiveable.

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