Darlings, it was the CFDA Awards! If the Met Gala is fashion’s prom night, then the CFDAs are sort of like student body elections. You know; kinda dorky.
Busy Phillips in Martin Margiela
Honey, your tits appear to be weeping. Examine that.
Gretchen Mol in Sophie Theallet
Love the shape of the skirt; hate the shape of the top. Not crazy about the color scheme, either. A bit too “Easter basket” for our tastes. In addition, the shoes are ridiculously heavy for such a look, and the hair and makeup appear to be DIY, which is a mortal sin in the fashion world.
Heather Graham in Nicole Miller
It’s a little bit “1982 prom,” but it’s pretty enough. The shoes appear to be awful.
Jennifer Tilly in Nicole Miller
We suspect this dress is pretty enough on its own, but on someone as busty as Jennifer, it all goes Ethel Merman-frumpy.
Jessica Chastain in Prabal Gurung
Rip off that capelet and this would all work perfectly. Love the shoes.
Jessica Pare in Jason Wu
The outfit is really pretty and eye-catching, but the shoes are awful and she could’ve used some more dramatic makeup.
Julianne Hough in Kaufmanfranco
Kind of an odd shape. She looks sophisticated but once again, at least a decade older than her age.
Kate Bosworth in Altuzarra
Crazy dress, too-heavy shoes, severe hair and invisible makeup. Great plan.
Is it us?
Kyra Sedgwick in Reed Krakoff
If she’d just zhuzh her hair, work some night-time makeup and slap on some jewelry, this could easily be chic, but as it is, she looks a little day-time.
Lily Collins in Marchesa
We don’t love the eagle embellishment – makes this look like Wonder Woman’s clubbing outfit – but it’s an overall striking look. Not sure such a high neckline suits her, though.
Mandy Moore in Lela Rose
Good styling might have lifted this up, but it’s pretty drab overall.
Padma Lakshmi in Naeem Khan
Sophia Bush in David Meister
Solange Knowles in Marni
Did she and Kyra come in from the same luncheon? This is kinda cute, but also kinda daytime. And the bag doesn’t quite go.
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