The much-anticipated Katniss stepped out in this Calvin Klein number in New York City at a screening of The Hunger Games. At first glance I was mildly obsessed with this dress—I love the shape, the pleats and it is super flattering on her legs. But holy moly, there’s a whole lotta cleavage which I am not entirely sure is necessary (or classy).
Sarah Jessica Parker stepped out in Paris for the Vuitton show in this little Louis Vuitton throwback number. I am all for recycling fashion (this look is supposedly from 2005) but there is something about this frock that doesn't add up for me.
There is just a whole lot going on in this outfit. In attendance at the Miu Miu show, Katy Perry paired a pink pleated dress with “flamed” Prada shoes and, of course, an electric blue pony tail.
Okay, I think I might be the only person bold enough to claim I don’t like this dress right now. But I really (really) don’t, and the people watching the Oscars red carpet with me weren’t digging it either. And then the fashion blogs began exploding with virtual applause for this Marchesa number.
Rihanna stepped out in Londontown in this sequin number. Rocking French powerhouse Givenchy, Rihanna chose to pair it with long leather gloves and some ankle strap heels. I hate that this is the second time I’m questioning Rihanna’s look, but the girl takes so many awesome fashion risks that she constantly finds herself in the hot or hot mess category.
The former Angel opted to rock an asymmetrical navy frock with some serious (serious) gladiator sandals. So I’m all about the short in the front long in the back dresses and skirts — I own, like, four of them despite the fact my friends call them “mullet” pieces…
Rose Byrne opted to wear a vintage Elie Saab jumpsuit on the red carpet this past weekend. I am normally all about the rompers and jumpsuits (even at fancy events like this one) but this one is leaving me pretty uneasy. Byrne certainly has the body to pull of anything but, when push comes to shove, I’m just not feeling it.
Ok, so maybe I’m a little extra heated because she’s apparently engaged to my dream man, but I think that Biel could do a lot better than this lacey frock by Elie Saab. It was almost as though she was flaunting her romantic news (even though I can’t spy a ring or JT!) by wearing a wedding gown-like dress.
Rihanna wore this Tom Ford dress to a New Year’s Eve party in Miami. At first glance I was all about the look. I think the sleeves are awesome, love the hemline and the fact that it’s a bit longer, and even think the sash is pretty cute (normally I don’t do the whole bow thing). Here I was, thinking the outfit was pretty rocking and awesome for New Year's… And then I noticed her nipple ring.
Kirsten Dunst wore this Rodate Spring 2012 dress to the Museum of Contemporary Arts Gala earlier this week. She is the first celebrity to wear the new-season empire gown, which featured a strapless bodice and aqua and lace tiers. She paired it with pretty makeup and 40s style hair, diamond jewellery and a Chanel clutch.
Daisy Lowe went for a goth-rock look for the Harper's Bazaar Woman of the Year awards earlier this week. She wore a tuxedo-style dress cut short at the front, and long at the back from the Jean Paul Gaultier Fall 2010 runway. She paired the look with dark red lips (and a matching Lulu Guiness clutch) and YSL patent pumps.
Amanda Seifried stepped out on the red carpet for the In Time Premiere in London in a blue shorts and blazer combo from H&M. Yes, that H&M.
I know here at CC, we're kinda say whatever you want, do whatever you want girls, and that's awesome, but let's be gentle with Chloe Moretz. She is only 14. When I was 14 I was still wearing blue eyeshadow and tshirts with Eeyore on the front.