Hit it, people who failed to inspire us to write individual posts about them!
Amanda Seyfried in Givenchy Couture
It’s gorgeous and dramatic. We can’t help thinking of it as the cauliflower dress.
Blake Lively in Gucci Première
Chloe Sevigny in Proenza Schouler
BOW DOWN, MOTHERFUCKERS.
We’re too tired to come up with an alter for her at the moment, but suffice it to say, she’s Russian, and she’s pissed.
Dakota Fanning in Rodarte
Another Fanning sister in another Rodarte dress we’re surprised to like. Boring styling. Elle might have looked a little cray-cray, with eye makeup that was more Punky Brewster than punk, but at least she went for it.
Emilia Clarke in Ralph Lauren
Beyond Dullsvile. It is known.
Julianne Hough in Topshop
This has kind of a fun, “John Hughes movie” sort of vibe to it. She’s Molly Ringwald’s wisecracking best friend.
Kate Bosworth in Balmain
That’s a hot dress.
Katie Homes in Calvin Klein
Very elegant; a little on the beachy-bridal side of things.
Kelly Osbourne in Marc Jacobs
We don’t quite get what she’s going for, but we appreciate that she’s going for it, if that makes any sense.
Kerry Washington in Vera Wang
Another nicely dramatic tip of the hat to the theme of the event.
Kirsten Dunst in Louis Vuitton
It’s kind of a weird dress, but it’s striking and it works for her.
Maggie Gyllenhaal in Calvin Klein
We were all set to bitch about how boring this look is for the Met Gala and then we realized who we’re talking about. Since she’s not dressed like a homeless person or a spinster middle school teacher in 1975, we’ll take it. It’s simple and chic, which is what she should be all about, no matter what the venue is.
Michelle Williams in Saint Laurent
Enh. Not really feeling it.
Nina Dobrev in Monique Lhuillier
It’s sort of classic Madonna meets modern high fashion, which means we love it.
Olivia Wilde in Calvin Klein
We’re yawning so hard we think we might have dislocated our jaws.
Renee Zellweger in Prada
Oh, for fuck’s sake.
Someone apparently fucked with her and told her it was a Mad Men-themed party.
Rita Ora in Thakoon
It’s a cool look, if a little unambitious for the evening.
Stacy Keibler in Rachel Roy
Hot dress; weird Buck Rogers shoes.
Uma Thurman in Zac Posen
Stand back if you can’t handle the fierceness blasting all over you.
Zachary Quinto in Vivienne Westwood
We’re ambivalent about the outfit, but we just adore the blue Bob’s Big Boy hair.
He looks like a character on Pee-Wee’s Playhouse. Mekka-lekka-hi, Mekka-hiney-ho, Zac!
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