The Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part 1

It’s Monday. You deserve a break and a bitchfest. 

ELLE FANNING in Los Angeles
dress by Vivienne Westwood, shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic

I have nothing to say except this:

KRISTEN BELL in Los Angeles
gown by Andrew Gn

Photo: Pacific Coast News

Welcome to the wonderful world of Kristen Bell’s maternity wear. Loose-fitting but glam and all-around adorable.

dress by A.L.C., shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: Axelle Woussen/Bauer-Griffin

What does she condition her hair with, the blood of newborn babies? HOW IS IT SO SHINY? Anyway, everything about this is youthful and relaxed and lovely, if a bit on the casual side for the event.

DEMI LOVATO in New York City
dress by Ted Baker, shoes by Saint Laurent

Photo: FameFlynet

I fucking adore this outfit. Who is styling Demi Lovato nowadays? There’s been a really noticeable improvement in her style recently. I am on board.

JENNA COLEMAN in New York City
dress by Christian Dior, shoes by Manolo Blahnik

Photo: Brad Barket/Getty

I definitely thought this Doctor Who actress was like 17 years old based on this photo. She looks like Rose Byrne’s baby sister. Anyway, this dress is fantastic. Love the long sleeves and, of course, the pockets.

KATE MARA at the Creative Arts Emmys
dress and shoes by Christian Dior

Photo: Matt Baron/BEImages

This dress is just a little bit more complicated than it needs to be. Some of that asymmetry looks like a mistake. But it’s bright and interesting and the shoes are cool, so I feel okay supporting it.

UZO ADUBA at the Creative Arts Emmys
gown by Costume National, purse by Lee Savage

Photo: FayesVision/WENN

Let’s hear it for the fabulous Uzo “Crazy Eyes” Aduba, who won an Emmy for her truly incredible performance on Orange is the New Black. I am so goddamn happy this phenomenally talented woman is now an Emmy winner. This gown makes her look statuesque, and the construction at the top is interesting, if a little perplexing.

LAVERNE COX at the Creative Arts Emmys
gown by Donna Karan

Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty

You work that Beyoncé shit, girl. You flawless.

JAMES MARSDEN in Los Angeles
suit by Ermenegildo Zegna, shoes by Givenchy

Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty

Get ready for a ton of man-candy, dear readers. We’ll kick things off with the beautiful James Marsden, whose shoes are so fabulous that I’m praying they come in my size. Well done, sir.

MICHAEL B. JORDAN in New York City
suit by Ermenegildo Zegna

Photo: Mike Coppola/Getty

What a gorgeous view. And the skyline isn’t half bad either.

HEIDI KLUM at the Creative Arts Emmys
gown by Sean Kelly

Photo: FayesVision/WENN

Methinks somebody at Lifetime fucked up and thought the Creative Arts Emmys were next week, because I’m pretty sure this is the winning look from this week’s episode of Project Runway… which hasn’t aired yet. Whoops! Anyway, congrats to Sean. This isn’t particularly fascinating – the shape is about as basic as can be – but I like the color and the fringe.

dress by Emilia Wickstead, shoes by Bionda Castana

Photo: Can Nguyen/Capital/SIPA

I’m tired of the hipster ballerina thing. Can we move onto something else, please?

suit by Gucci

Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty

It could fit better, or he could just not be wearing anything at all. Let’s go with the latter.

KELLAN LUTZ in Los Angeles
suit by Ermenegildo Zegna

Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty

Black-on-black feels a little dated to me, but he is a vampire, so maybe it’s more difficult to catch up to fashion trends when you’re going to live forever. #vampirefashionproblems

suit by Gucci

Photo: Rex

Wow. He is doing an excellent impression of someone who actually gives a shit about how he appears on the red carpet. Who convinced Robert Pattinson to shower sometime in the last month? They deserve a raise.

dress by Paper London, shoes by Charlotte Olympia

Photo: Alberto E. Tamargo/SIPA

Love the clothes; hate the shoes.

BELLAMY YOUNG at the Creative Arts Emmys
gown by Naeem Khan, purse by Amanda Pearl

Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty

It’s a gorgeous dress, but I don’t think it’s the right dress for Scandal‘s First Lady. It’s too big, and I’m not sure that greenish-gold really works with her coloring.

SOFIA VERGARA in Los Angeles
dress by My Revolving Closet

Photo: Steve Granitz/WireImage

Points for it not being the same mermaid gown she’s worn a hundred thousand times before, but I’m not a fan. The length is just awkward.

CAT DEELEY at the Creative Arts Emmys
top and skirt by Sachin & Babi, purse and shoes by Christian Louboutin

Photo: David Livingston/Getty

No. That crop top should be burned in a fire. Every celebrity on earth is wearing crop tops right now, but this one hits at the wrong place on her torso and flattens her chest out completely. And the straps don’t fit at all. Also, does that hemline look weird and puckery to anyone else? Someone fire whoever tailored this entire look, please.

NIKKI REED at the Creative Arts Emmys
gown by Versace

Photo: David Livingston/Getty

I hate to be the one to break this to you, Nikki, but you are not Jennifer Lopez and it is not 1999.

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3 responses to The Week in Celebrity Fashion, Part 1

  1. LSheri

    Looks as though there’s a redemption arc ahead for our Sean. Maybe he was a close second, and Heidi’s wearing the winner on monday, cause that fringe tent is uhm…I simply don’t know what to say about it.

    • democracydiva – Author

      According to Us Weekly:

      “‘This is [by] one of our Project Runway designers,’ Klum told Us Weekly on the red carpet. ‘This episode will air this Thursday. We gave the designers a challenge to make a Creative Arts Emmys dress for me. They had 12 hours and a budget of $200. And this is what happened.'”

      So I think this was the actual winner of tonight’s episode, and she’ll be wearing something by a non-PR designer for the actual Emmys. But I guess we’ll know why this crazy muppet tent won in a few more hours!

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