Welcome, dear readers, to the Hollywood Film Awards! It’s like the Oscars, but way less important.
gown by Giambattista Valli
Weird and heavenly and luxurious and wintery and princessy and weird and perfect.
gown by Alexander McQueen
I rarely support the sheer-skirt-over-granny-panties trend, but once in a blue moon, it works. The gown has a bit of witchy glamour to it that works particularly well on Felicity.
dress by Balenciaga
Awesome. Pay attention, bitches, because this is how you do winter white. I love the burgundy nails matching the lipstick – it’s a small but killer detail.
gown and purse by Christian Dior
I had never heard of actress Jing Tian before, but can we get a round of applause for this gown? It might seem pretty-yet-basic from the front, but the side view blew my mind:
The world needs more two-tone gowns that are still classy and elegant, doesn’t it? What a delightful and beautiful surprise.
dress by Chanel, shoes by Casadei
Just weird enough to be totally perfect for her. It’s not my favorite of the weird Chanel dresses she’s worn, but it’s a solid entry.
suit by Gucci
There’s the dose of man-candy you were looking for, dear readers. Enjoy.
gown by Valentino
It’s earthy and whimsical, like Shailene, but the color washes her out, and there’s not really any styling to speak of. I know awards season is just starting and the starlets can’t blow their fashion loads too soon, but I think we can expect a little more from them.
gown by Alberta Ferretti
It’s a little “goth bridesmaid,” but strangely, I think that kind of works on her.
dress by J. Mendel
Pretty, but ugh, she can just be so infuriatingly boring sometimes.
gown by Reem Acra
I almost liked this at first glance, but the fit is kind of terrible. It looks like it’s pinned up around her hips, and the cut-out is such an unappealing shape, and it’s overall giving me exotic ice dancer vibes that I do not appreciate.
dress by Christian Dior, shoes by Paul Andrew
Cute for a daytime photo call, but not nearly statement-making enough for any event with the word “awards” in it, no matter how obscure.
dress by Nicholas Oakwell, purse by Judith Leiber, shoes by Christian Louboutin
I really wanted to like this, because it’s very pretty, but she also looks like she’s wearing a Betty Draper costume. And somehow, that’s not a good thing. The kindergarten teacher hair really isn’t helping.
gown by Badgley Mischka
I thought these gowns went out of style three years ago for anyone who wasn’t named Sofia Vergara, but I guess Queen Latifah is another exception to that rule.
dress by Zuhair Murad, shoes by Brian Atwood
Ugh. Who cares.
gown by Atelier Versace
I don’t care how fucking famous you are. TRY HARDER.