The Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part 2


Celebrities keep wearing things. The Diva keeps judging them. 

KATE BOSWORTH in Los Angeles
dress by Christian Dior, purse and shoes by Jimmy Choo

Photo: Getty

Kate Bosworth just won my vote for the lead in the upcoming Barbie movie. (I know that sounds like an insult, but I swear, this time, it’s a good thing.) She looks positively porcelain, with other-worldly hair-shininess, perfect lipstick, and accessories that gleam and glimmer. And this dress fits her like a glove.

JENNIFER LAWRENCE in New York City
blazer by Chloé, dress by 3.1 Phillip Lim, sunglasses by Tory Burch, purse by Balenciaga, shoes by Jimmy Choo

Photo: Splash News

I AM GETTING THIS HAIRCUT IMMEDIATELY, IF NOT SOONER. Also, this is some incredibly chic street style. I love the textured neutrals, the cut of the dress, and the shoes in particular.

EMMA WATSON at the Tribeca Film Festival
top and skirt by Narciso Rodriguez, shoes by Stuart Weitzman

Photo: Gary Gershoff/WireImage

I am ALL ABOUT this funky little asymmetrical dress. The peach-pink combo, the textures, the gold cuff – I love it all. I think she could have had a little bit more fun with her footwear, but the neutral sandals work. This feels super futuristic but incredibly feminine, like this is what girly-girls will be wearing after we colonize the moon.

ROSIE HUNTINGTON-WHITELEY in New York City
jumpsuit and shoes by Isabel Marant, purse by Givenchy

Photo: Splash News

You can always spot a woman turning on the supermodel charm when she’s on the sidewalk. This could easily be an ad for everything she’s wearing.

EMMA STONE in Berlin
top and skirt by Chanel, shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: Zuma

I don’t actually love this, but it’s different from most things I’ve seen on the red carpet, so it gets major points for originality. There’s something very random about all that metallic trim, and it’s really difficult to wear red, white, and blue without looking like the Fourth of July. But I want to like it. The shoes are cool, and she looks positively statuesque.

EMMA STONE in Berlin
top and skirt by Erdem, shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: Getty

Listen, I love a good cape as much as the next girl (as long as it’s theoretical/on a celebrity and not myself). But much like superheroes, starlets should only wear capes when they are absolutely necessary, and I’m not sure this one was.

EMMA ROBERTS in New York City
dress and shoes by Chloé, purse by Edie Parker

Photo: Splash News

Her makeup has never looked better. I’m in love with that shade of lipstick, and even though those ruffles are a little goofy, I love the black nails/black clutch/sparkly rings combo. The booties… well, I hate approximately 90% of the booties I see on the red carpet. This is not an exception.

ZOE KRAVITZ in Los Angeles
jacket by Barbara Bui, top and skirt by Alexander Wang, purse and shoes by Jimmy Choo

Photo: Donato Sardella/Getty

God, this girl is fucking cool. The purse is a little too gigantic, proportionally, but the stripes in it look beyond flawless with the straps in her sandals. The crop top/cropped jacket combo is absolutely killer.

SOLANGE KNOWLES in Los Angeles
skirt by Acne, shoes by Jimmy Choo

Photo: Donato Sardella/Getty

I am unapologetic in my love for this. The jacket is a work of art, and the shoes are maybe the most fun things I’ve ever seen. I am officially declaring this orange-coral shade the color of the summer (mainly because I just bought a purse in this color, so that’s convenient).

CHLOË MORETZ in New York City
sweater and skirt by Christopher Kane, shoes by Casadei

Photo: FameFlynet

Sweet and darling, and a great mix of colors.

CATHERINE, DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE in Sydney
dress by Roksanda Ilincic, shoes by L.K. Bennett

Photo: Rex

Prince William told her she looked like a banana this dress. I don’t necessary disagree, but it’s definitely a fucking fabulous royal banana.

CATHERINE, DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE in Sydney
dress by Zimmermann, shoes by Stuart Weitzman

Photo: GG/Splash News

I want to be a princess so that I can get sand all up in my Stuart Weitzman shoes and NOT EVEN CARE.

TONI COLLETTE at the Tribeca Film Festival
dress by Proenza Schouler

Photo: Mike Coppola/Getty

The length is all wrong on her, but I’m still a fan of this dress. Something about the metallic in the skirt just does it for me.

OLIVIA WILDE in New York City
gown by Maiyet

Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage

The baby bump Olivia is adorably cradling is now an actual baby! She and Jason Sudeikis had their little one, who I’m sure is as adorable and hilarious and effortlessly stylish as they are. And this kind of loose-fit, easy-breezy gown is definitely the thing to wear days before pushing a human out into the world.

AUBREY PLAZA at the Tribeca Film Festival
dress by Valentino, shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: Mike Coppola/Getty

The dress is supremely cute, but she could have really made this look pop with some styling. Literally any styling at all.

DIANNA AGRON in San Francisco
coat by Rodarte, dress by Theory

Photo: Drew Altizer/Sfwire

It’s almost May, Dianna. A black coat, black stockings, and black booties? I know San Francisco isn’t exactly tropical, but I think you can shed some layers.

ZHANG ZIYI in Beijing
jumpsuit by Elie Saab, purse by Jimmy Choo

Photo: Feng Li/Getty

I love everything this woman wears, but I can’t get behind this. The fit is a mess – particularly the waist, and the length of the pants – and those giant platforms only make things worse.

RITA ORA in New York City
jacket, top, and shorts by Jean Paul Gaultier, boots by Giuseppe Zanotti

Photo: Rommel Demano/Getty

FINE, Rita. We’ll pay attention to you. Jesus.

OLIVIA MUNN in Anaheim, California
romper by Valentino, shoes by Sophia Webster

Photo: Albert L. Ortega/Getty

Just be less boring.

LEIGHTON MEESTER at the Tribeca Film Festival
dress, purse, and shoes by Emporio Armani

Photo: BxPix/Splash News

This is what happens when an amateur ice dancer tries to sew her own costume.


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