Amber Valetta in Prada
Anna Wintour in Prada
We don’t care what anyone else says, being able to work a giant lobster dress is a skill. We thought she looked fierce.
Bee Shaffer in Erdem
Stunning, from tip to toe.
Beyonce in Givenchy
Okay, we’re kinda done with the sheer skirts, ladies. We’ve been polite all day, but we don’t know how much more we can take.
That said, this is totally America’s Next Drag Superstar – or at least, it should be.
Coco Rocha in Givenchy (previously owned by Elizabeth Taylor)
Gotta give her all the credit in the world. We’re pretty sure this looked quite different on Liz than it does on her. It’s almost cute, but we think the satin ballet pumps are a bridge too far.
Dakota Fanning in Louis Vuitton
There’s no reason why her hair should look stringy and her face so shiny. Come on, honey. You’re wearing at least a hundred thousand dollars worth of borrowed goods.
Diane Kruger in Prada
It pains us to say this about her, but that’s too much dress for her. That’s too much dress for anyone who isn’t a 6’2″ drag queen.
Emma Stone in Lanvin
We thought she looked really cute last night, but in the light of day, that’s some shitty-looking hair for such a cute little dress.
Eva Mendes in Prada
Pretty. Bad idea with the matchy shoes.
Kate Bosworth in Prada
She looks great except for the pinhead effect. Honey, your hair’s too tight.
Kristen Stewart in Balenciaga
We thought this was an interesting dress last night and we gave her a lot of credit for attempting it, but those shoes are laughable.
LaLa Anthony in Zac Posen
Good. Nothing spectacular but it gets the job done.
Lana Del Rey in Joseph Altuzarra
Tom thought this looked a little heavy and dreary in a Dracula’s Daughter kind of way but Lorenzo thought she was WERQing some old school Hollywood glamour.
Linda Evangelista in Prada
Hate the hair; hate the shoes. Everything else is fine, but Miss Linda, we expect much more than merely “fine” from you.
Malin Akerman in Diane von Furstenberg
Fine. Standard. Hair’s too casual.
Melania Trump in Marc Bouwer
Sci-fi on the top, night time soap opera on the bottom, bitches!
Michelle Dockery in Ralph Lauren
The dress is gorgeous, but the gloves were not a good idea.
Paula Patton in Vera Wang
We still hate the way she poses on the RC likes she seducing the photographers, but this is killa dress, gotta say.
Rita Wilson in Prada
A little tight in the bust and not the most interesting color in the world, but it’s passably good overall.
Shailene Woodley in Christopher Kane
Too tight and too busy. It’s an interesting print, though.
Sofia Vergara in Marchesa
We hated the way this looked in motion, but we have to admit, it photographs well. That color looks fantastic on her.
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