Darlings, almost everyone wore Gucci to this event, which made for a rather boring sameness and means almost all red carpet assessments come down to whether that person can pull off Gucci or not.
Let’s rip these mothers.
Amber Valetta in Gucci
Jesus, Mary, and Oprah. Somebody get her out of view. Quickly.
She looks like a superheroine, halfway through her costume change.
Camilla Belle in Gucci
S’alright. Some wiggy-looking hair, for sure.
Dakota Johnson in Gucci
Enh. Seen it on a million magazine covers, worn by ladies with more presence.
Fergie and Josh Duhamel
Keeping it simple. Boring, but acceptable. She needs a hair consult.
Jamie Bell and Evan Rachel Wood
Also keeping it simple. They look great together.
Very pretty. She looks so much better when she’s not strapped into a skintight gown.
Except for the pants hem, this is a great look for him.
Kate Beckinsale in Gucci
Pretty. A little like bathroom decor, though.
Mary J. Blige in Gucci
Pajamas. Fabulous ones to be sure, but still. Pajamas.
Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis in Gucci
Keeping it simple, part 3. It works.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Gucci
If Rosie Huntington-Whitely can’t make this dress work (and she can’t), it should be burned immediately. It is a tool of Satan.
Salma Hayek in Gucci
Zoe Saldana in Gucci
We don’t know why, but we’re not loving this as much as we think we should. Maybe because those strips are all puckered. It’s distracting.
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