The Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part 2


The bitchfest continues with another score of starlets to judge. 

KIERNAN SHIPKA in Beverly Hills
dress by MaxMara, purse and shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: Rex

Enough about what an incredible actress little Sally Draper is – let’s talk about her unstoppable style. At thirteen years old, she’s one of my favorite starlets, and looks like this prove why. Age-appropriate but totally chic dress, funky and playful accessories, perfect eyebrows, and barely-there makeup – we can all only pray to look this good.

KIERNAN SHIPKA in Beverly Hills
dress by MaxMara

Photo: Donato Sardella/WireImage

One of my favorite things about Kiernan is that she rarely wears jewelry on the red carpet, which is part of why she always looks so clean and youthful and not as overdressed as a lot of teen stars. I love that graphic top with the adorable green skirt, and the shoes are just terrific.

HAILEE STEINFELD in Beverly Hills
dress by Sportmax, shoes by Jimmy Choo

Photo: Donato Sardella/WireImage

Let’s hear it for the teens, keeping the red carpet modern and utterly fabulous and making grown women weep with jealousy. I’d kill for this dress, and I love it Hailee – it’s so wearable, but it’s got a unique chicness to it. And those strappy sandals are just fun as hell, even if the purse is a little too big.

HAILEE STEINFELD in Beverly Hills
dress and purse by Sportmax, shoes by Jimmy Choo

Photo: Rex

I hate the matching blue accessories, and I don’t think I’d like those shoes in any context, but the dress, hair, and makeup are flawless.

JANE KRAKOWSKI at the Tony Awards
gown by Escada, jewelry by David Webb, belt by Maison Martin Margiela, purse by Jimmy Choo

Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty

Killing it. It’s a touch too long, but this woman out-dressed basically everybody at the Tony Awards.

DITA VON TEESE in New York City
gown by Maria Lucia Hohan

Photo: tomandlorenzo.com

I wish it were in a color, but I do love those very dangerous-looking cut-outs. And the bracelet is lovely.

EMMY ROSSUM at the Critics’ Choice Television Awards
gown by Naeem Khan

Photo: Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic

Emmy, this gown is a dream on you, but that spray tan is a PROBLEM. You look positively tangerine.

JESSICA CHASTAIN in New York City
dress, purse, and shoes by Lanvin

Photo: JP Yim/Getty

Something about this bright-eyed makeup makes Jessica look almost unrecognizable, and this dress is a lot sexier and more attention-grabbing than most of what she wears. I, for one, am always in favor of stars taking chances, but I wish that riskiness had also been applied to her shoes, which are just too boring for the rest of the look.

SCARLETT JOHANSSON at the Tony Awards
blazer, dress, and shoes by Saint Laurent

Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty

I don’t think this is even remotely formal enough to wear to the Tonys, but I would love it so much at a movie premiere. That tuxedo jacket is gorgeous, the top is lovely, and Scarlett’s makeup is delicious.

HEIDI KLUM in New York City
dress by Roland Mouret, jewelry by Lorraine Schwartz, shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: Jeffrey Ufberg/WireImage

It’s not life-changing, but it’s free of the desperation that usually emanates from Heidi’s ensembles. So that’s something.

JANUARY JONES in Beverly Hills
dress by Mary Katrantzou

Photo: Jim Smeal/BEImages

The print on this dress is all kinds of gorgeous, but I’m definitely not sold on the length. And I think this look called for sleek and modern hair and makeup, not full-on Betty Draper drag.

SOFIA COPPOLA in New York City
dress by Louis Vuitton

Photo: vogue.co.uk

It’s almost too effortless, but her general hipster chicness manages to make this dress look fabulous when it easily could have gone “I didn’t have time to change after my tennis match.”

SOFIA COPPOLA in Beverly Hills
dress and shoes by Valentino, purse by Louis Vuitton

Photo: Rex

The dress is kind of underwhelming, but I think the naked shoes are cool.

AMY ADAMS in New York City
dress by Diane von Furstenberg, shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: PacificCoastNews.com

Why can’t Amy dress more like this on the red carpet? If the girl can mix prints this well walking down the street or arriving at an interview, why doesn’t she dress in more interesting gowns when it counts?

AMY ADAMS in New York City
gown by Nina Ricci, jewelry by Tiffany & Co., purse by Christian Louboutin, shoes by Casadei

Photo: Rex

See what I mean? It’s not terrible, but it’s pretty instantly forgettable.

DIANNA AGRON in Los Angeles
top, skirt, purse, and shoes by Marc Jacobs

Photo: Gregg DeGuire/WireImage

Love the skirt and the shoes; hate the top and the purse.

EMMA WATSON in New York City
purse by Salvatore Ferragamo, shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: Clint Spaulding/Patrick McMullan/Sipa

Emma’s usually wearing something with prints or patterns or interesting cut-outs or peplums, so to see her of all people in an ill-fitting LBD is a pretty big disappointment. The shoes and purse are lovely, but they’re not enough to make this a memorable look.

CATHERINE, DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE in Southampton, England
dress by Hobbs, purse by Alexander McQueen, shoes by L.K. Bennett

Photo: Tim Rooke/Rex

Smile, Duchess! That print looks great on you, even if that fascinator isn’t working particularly well.

NAOMI WATTS in New York City
jumpsuit and shoes by Stella McCartney

Photo: Billy Farrell/BFAnyc/Sipa

I’m sick to death of Stella McCartney jumpsuits, and I think those shoes are just hideous.

DIANE KRUGER at the Critics’ Choice Television Awards
gown by Nina Ricci, purse by Jason Wu, shoes by Manolo Blahnik

Photo: Matt Baron/BEImages

Diane, WHAT IS HAPPENING WITH THAT BUSTLINE? The uneven, too-high sweetheart line would be bad enough, but the matte fabric poking into that lace looks just as terrible. It’s unflattering, the length is weird, the shoes are old-fashioned – she looks like she hasn’t seen a red carpet in decades. It’s just too bizarre.


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