The Week in Celebrity Fashion


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

ZOE SALDANA in London
gown by Vionnet, jewelry by Tiffany & Co., shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: Jon Furniss/Invision/AP

Mere mortals don’t have a chance of pulling off this Star Trek-chic thing that Zoe’s got going on, but damn, does it work on her. Major points just for wearing a gown that feels unique, and bonus points for actually pulling it off.

ZOE SALDANA in Berlin
top and skirt by Balmain, shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: Future-Image/ZumaPress.com

There’s something off about the proportions – I think it’s just that the skirt is too damn short for that high neckline. But the colors are fantastic and the shoes are flawless.

NICOLE KIDMAN at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner
gown by Emilio Pucci, purse by Bottega Veneta, shoes by Manolo Blanik

Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage

This gown is beautiful, and the color is fantastic on Nicole. Love the earrings, but the purse, while cute, brings this look too close to a bridesmaid place.

OLIVIA WILDE in New York City
dress by MaxMara, necklace by House of Lavande, purse by Anya Hindmarch, shoes by Stuart Weitzman

Photo: Michael Stewart/WireImage

Hate the hair, but the rest of the look is pretty great. That printed green dress with her gorgeous eyes is pretty unstoppable.

KATY PERRY in New York City
gown by Vera Wang, jewelry by Lorraine Schwartz, purse by Judith Leiber, shoes by Jimmy Choo

Photo: Johns PKI/Splash News

Love the dress, love the purse. Not crazy about the hair and makeup, but I really can’t stop looking at that purse.

KATY PERRY at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner
gown by Giambattista Valli

Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty

I LOVE this more natural-looking makeup on her. The fit of the dress isn’t great – it’s too long, and too tight in the bust – but it’s still a lovely gown. She could have used a little jewelry, though.

KATY PERRY in New York City
dress by Bottega Veneta, cuff by Etro, purse by Celine, shoes by Bionda Castana

Photo: Bruce Glikas/FilmMagic

I am all kinds of in love with this dress, and those shoes, though not necessarily together. I actually don’t mind the patterned shoes with the mixed-print dress, but the dress is a little bit too long for those ankle booties.

KATY PERRY in New York City
gown by Thom Browne, earrings by Chopard, bracelets by Lorraine Schwartz, shoes by Alice + Olivia

Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage

She looks two feet tall and three feet wide.

MICHELLE DOCKERY at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner
gown by Elie Saab

Photo: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty

Lady Mary is stunning in purple, isn’t she? I’m in love with this gown, but the styling isn’t quite right. The bracelets don’t really go with the earrings, the clutch certainly doesn’t match, and the lipstick really is not my favorite.

KERRY WASHINGTON at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner
gown by Wes Gordon, purse by Jill Milan, shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: Aaron J. Thornton/PR

You know I love Kerry Washington for her willingness to wear interesting gowns that other starlets are too damn scared to try, but I just think the bottom of this dress looks fucking ugly.

SARAH JESSICA PARKER in New York City
dress by L’Agence, shoes by Manolo Blahnik

Photo: Gregorio T. Binuya/Everett

A little underwhelming, but it’s the best she’s looked in forever, since she’s not covered in a giant flasher coat and too much jewelry and not enough ta-ta support. That necklace is all kinds of beautiful.

TADASHI SHOJI and OCTAVIA SPENCER in Beijing
gown by Tadashi Shoji

Photo: tomandlorenzo.com

Not the most unique dress in the world, but she looks absolutely flawless in it.

DIANE KRUGER in Hollywood
dress by Marni, sunglasses by Quay

Photo: instyle.co.uk

I don’t know which accessory I love more – that purse, or Pacey Witter.

JESSICA PARÉ in Washington, DC
dress by L’Wren Scott

Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty

It looks a little stuffy and it ages her a bit, but it’s not a bad look. It’s just incredibly severe.

NICOLE RICHIE in New York City
dress by Saint Laurent, shoes by Manolo Blahnik

Photo: Erik Pendzich/Rex

Speaking of incredibly severe, does Nicole Richie ever not look like there is a ski pole up her ass? I mean, unclench for a minute, girl. Are you afraid your wig will fall off if you don’t keep that frigid, constipated pose?

NICOLE RICHIE in Los Angeles
dress by Balmain

Photo: Todd Oren/WireImage

I love this dress. It’s not bad on Nicole, actually, I just think it would be infinitely better on about a million other starlets. Or in my closet.

EVA LONGORIA in New York City
dress and purse by Salvatore Ferragamo

Photo: Zack Turner/Startraks

It’s half-interesting, half-difficult to look at. And the shoes are just tacky.

CHRISTINA RICCI at the Tribeca Film Festival
dress by Oscar de la Renta

Photo: tomandlorenzo.com

The dress is an ill-fitting snooze, and I veto those pointy red pumps.

JULIANNE MOORE in New York City
dress by Valentino, shoes by Tabitha Simmons

Photo: Ilya S. Savenok/FilmMagic

No. This silhouette is a freaking disaster on her, and this was clearly designed for someone closer to Chloë Moretz’s age than Julianne Moore’s.

ROSIE HUNTINGTON-WHITELEY in Los Angeles
top, skirt, and shoes by Balmain

Photo: Todd Oren/WireImage

Love the skirt, but the top and boots take this straight into really tacky and ridiculously dated territory.

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One response to The Week in Celebrity Fashion

  1. I was scrolling down all, “OK, Rosie, good job!” And then I got to the boots. It’s upsetting because it was a good look until I got to them, but they make the top/skirt look like shit too.

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