Met Gala 2012 Red Carpet Part 1
Let’s DO this, bitches!
Amy Adams in Giambattista Valli
Very pretty. Lose the metallic bow and it might even be perfect.
Ashley Greene in Donna Karan Atelier
We wish it didn’t look so bridal because she looks gorgeous. If only it wasn’t in white.
Cameron Diaz in Stella McCartney
This looked better moving than it does in stills. Highly dramatic look – and her hair looked great – but in pictures, her boobs look a little smushed.
Camilla Belle in Ralph Lauren
Stunning, although visible illusion netting makes our eyes twitch and reminds us of ice-dancing costumes.
Chloe Sevigny in Miu Miu
Batshit crazy. And we love her for it.
Claire Danes in J. Mendel
White is so very not her color. Hair and makeup look great, though. And we like the shape of the dress. We just don’t like the white. Also, the shoes look like afterthoughts.
Dianna Agron in Carolina Herrera
Serving it UP. That’s a gorgeous color on her.
Emily Blunt in Calvin Klein
Stunning. We wouldn’t have thought she could pull off that pink, but she’s working it. Not so sure about the matchy pink lips, though.
Hilary Swank in Michael Kors
It’s not a bad dress, but it’s too much dress for her. That high neckline isn’t her friend. Although we suppose we should salute her for NOT breaking out her swanky hills for the world to see, like she normally does.
Jessica Chastain in Louis Vuitton
This looked SO MUCH better in movement. We hate it here and we didn’t fall all over ourselves loving it last night when we first saw it, but it’s amazing how bad this dress looks in stills. For such a beautiful woman, she’s amazingly un-photogenic.
Solange Knowles in Rachel Roy
Shutting it down.
Jessica Paré in L’Wren Scott
She, too, is shutting it down.
Katharine McPhee in Elie Saab
As is she.
Although we don’t love the hair.
Kirsten Dunst in Rodarte
Kirsten Dunst is thirty years old. In fact, she turned thirty last week. It’s a sobering time in a person’s life; a reminder that their youth is fading and that, like everyone else, the dark, yawning grimness of an open grave is waiting for them, just up the road and around the bend.
Get a hold of yourself, girl. You’re not 80 yet.
Laura Carmichael in Emilia Wickstead
Lady Edith, always destined to look worse than Lady Mary.
Leighton Meester in Marchesa
Looks like someone tripped and landed face-first in a vat of bronzer.
Mia Wasikowska in Prada
Absolutely gorgeous dress. So gorgeous that we find ourselves desperately hoping that those are shadows and not pit stains.
Renee Zellweger in Emilio Pucci
Gotta say, girl BROUGHT IT. That’s the best she’s looked in a while.
Rooney Mara in Givenchy
Bow down, bitches. Only the Audreybot could make granny panties actually look chic.
Scarlett Johansson in Dolce&Gabbana
Lorenzo hated this dress but Tom thought this whole look was a step forward for her. She looks young and sexy, which is something she, amazingly, struggles with occasionally.
Hair’s too limp, though. She seems deathly afraid of blowouts.
[Photo Credit: Getty]