Darlings, let’s take one last, loving look back at The Hunger Games, shall we?
3.1 Philip Lim Spring 2013 Show
We… almost like it? Too shiny, though.
Chris Benz Spring 2013 Show
Cute. Matchy shoes.
Joan Rivers, Kelly Osbourne, Melissa Rivers
Joan is Joan. Kelly’s outfit is actually quite cute and sassy. Melissa is tragic.
Kelly Osbourne, Hailee Steinfeld
Very sassy. Sassier than Hailee’s which looks kind of matronly in comparison. And the green pumps are kind of awful.
Dogs are not accessories, Susan. We love you, but come on.
Ooooooh, honey. This is not working for you.
J. Mendel Spring 2013 Show
She looks ridiculously cute. We think from a proportions perspective the skirt would have looked better shorter. And in retrospect, the shoes are kind of ugly. But still, this is cute.
Marc Jacobs Spring 2013 Show
Oh, you crazy kids today, with your sexting and your Dubstep and your pattern-mixing.
The hair looked kinda cute in a Whoville sort of way in the other outfit, but here it just looks scary.
That doesn’t even look like her.
Rodger Berman and Rachel Zoe
That dress is gorgeous.
Kitten ruling on this one? We can’t decide if we like it or not.
Marchesa Spring 2013 Show
This looked better in person. Long story to follow.
Jenna’s tweeted her love for us a couple times, but you never really know if a celebrity twitter account is actually them or just some publicist who works for them. So when we walked up to her at this show to introduce ourselves (something we absolutely never do with celebs), we did it with some trepidation, fearing she was going to look at us blankly and say, “Who?” Instead (and thank God), her eyes went wide when she heard our names and she threw her arms around both of us (as best she could, because she’s tiny) “Oh my GOD! I LOVE YOU GUYS!” We chatted for only the briefest of moments because there are always photographers and journalists waiting impatiently for you to get the hell out of the way, but she told us she reads us first thing every morning, that she thinks we’re hilarious, and that she’s fine with us loving her husband so long as we love her too. We assured her we did, told her we appreciated she had a sense of humor about what we do (because any celebrity would be fully within their rights to not want to speak to us, assuming they’d heard of us at all), and told her she looked gorgeous, which she did.
Props where it’s due: this is chic.
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West
Pfft. THESE assholes. Their entourage of bodyguards were practically shoving people out of the way as they made their way to their seats. Granted, the press descended on them so rapidly and with such force that Tom, who was much further away, briefly wondered if Madonna or the Pope had arrived.
And it has to be said: she is strikingly beautiful in person, although incredibly tiny.
Walked right past us and we could have sworn she was Mila Kunis.
Unlike most other celebs, she is Amazonian-tall, but you knew that already. Still, she cuts quite a figure in person. You can’t not notice her when she walks into a room.
Her fake Harvard degree is in that purse, we’re sure. She’s pushing the “businesswoman” angle just a little too hard, we’re thinking.
Michael Kors Spring 2013 Show
Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas
Rachel Zoe and Joe Zee
Nanette Lepore Spring 2013 Show
Girl, Those Are Not Your Shoes.
This is crazy-cute but those shoes are ugly.
Rachel Zoe Spring 2013 Show
Chic as hell.
Ninety percent of the women at this show were dressed almost exactly like Rachel (as you can probably tell from this one pic alone), so props to her for not going that route.
Ralph Lauren Spring 2013 Show
Conor Dwyer and Ryan Lochte
Boys, you both look great in suits, but what the hell do you have on your feet?
Rodarte Spring 2013 Show
We love you, you crazy bitch. But we’re glad we didn’t sit behind you. Then again, she’s small enough to not impede anyone’s view.
Honey, what is going on with your bust?
Vera Wang Spring 2013 Show
Chic as hell.
Vivienne Tam Spring 2013 Show
We sat right behind her and when she sat down, our hand to God, we both said under our breath, in unison, “Girl, that’s not your dress.”
This is kind of crazy but we love it.
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