Darlings, it was the biggest motion picture event since the last really big motion picture event! The Hunger Games premiere! The first in a series of DOZENS, no doubt. Which is good for some of these kids, because they clearly need some assistance on the style front.
We promise this is the last Hunger Games post.
For once, it’s not the pants that are too long; it’s the jacket. It’s HUGE on him. And son, don’t unbutton the second button. Not here.
Amandla Stenberg in Collette Dinnigan
Absolutely adorable and age-appropriate.
Come on, honey. It’s a major movie premiere. Put a little more effort in. That cardigan is sad.
We love everything here except the hair. Should’ve gone big.
Is it awful that our first reaction was loud, sustained laughter? Does that make us old meanies? Honestly, if the fit was just a little better, we wouldn’t mind this.
Looks great, except the vest looks a little snug.
It’s a little Barbie, but at least she’s dressed for a premiere.
Elizabeth Banks in Atelier Versace
Gotta give it up: she looks pretty amazing. This is a gorgeous color on her and it’s astonishing how much better “nude” open-toed shoes look when they don’t have a 4-inch platform glued to them. The only thing we’re not crazy about is the hair. Well, that and the fact that the dress is kind of stiff.
Edited to add: That’s not Spanx in the back; it’s a metallic strip on the dress.
We would like this a lot more if it hit right at the knee.
Isabelle Fuhrman in Oscar de la Renta
Very pretty. Some color on the shoes would have helped, though.
We really shouldn’t say this since we’ve spent years begging for color on the red carpet, but it just might be time to retire this shade of green. Still, she looks good.
Josh Hutcherson in Z Zegna
Kalia Prescott in Cengiz Abazoğlu
A bit much. We don’t really like the bathmat sticking out at the bottom of the skirt and the pinhead hair isn’t helping balance out all the volume down below.
We haven’t much liked her fashion choices lately and this comes off a skosh too fussy, but we can’t help thinking she looks adorable.
We just love him for being a guy who dresses in an interesting manner for the red carpet. There are so few of them who can do it and still look stylish. LOVE that shirt.
We suspect this doesn’t photograph well. The print is too small, which makes it all look quite busy. Even so, we don’t like that skirt at all.
That’s an instance of the lady making the dress. Because we look at the dress alone and it does nothing for us, but we look at the whole picture and we think she looks damn good. Love the hair.
Leslie Mann in Monique Lhuillier
We don’t like it all that much – it does tend to get a little Michael Jackson-y at the shoulders – but there’s something about the attempt at a different look for the RC that appeals to us. Points for that, at least.
Leven Rambin in Chagoury Couture
About as standard as it gets.
Great color. Very simple look but it suits her.
Shailene Woodley in Honor
Dear GOD. Shailene! We thought we settled all this before the Oscars! NO GOING OUT IN YOUR NIGHTGOWN.
That thing looks like it smells of afternoon gin and all-day menthols.
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