Darlings, a whole bunch of stars wore a whole bunch of Bottega Veneta and hit the
red non carpet for the hottest museum gala of the season (west coast division). We’ve singled out a few for extra judgment, but now it’s time to wrap these folks up and send them on their way, good and judged.
She looks pissed; like she knows she got one of the least formal or interesting dresses of the night. Sorry, gal. It’s cute, but it’s no great shakes.
LOVE this. The clutch could’ve provided some contrast. At a more glittering type of event, we might even rec a gold one.
Evan Rachel Wood
Love it. Mostly. The hem/shoe sitch is a bit businesslike. She’s worn way more interesting suits than this.
Cute. The pop-of-color shoe is a bit dated, but then again, it’s not the freshest look in the world. We’d have rec’d metallic pumps.
Tasteful enough, but the shoulders are shaped funny and the look is desperate for some color.
Love this one too, to our surprise. Again, though: the non-color is a bit drab.
We think this might be Schiaparelli. It’s okay, but a bit overdone.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Chic. In this instance, the black really works. Love the witchy shoe choice.
Her head looks fantastic. The dress is cute, but once again, we wish it had some oomph to it. A richer color and a belt would do a lot here.
Gorgeous, but girl, that’s not your hair color.
Zachary Quinto and Miles McMillan
There are so many reasons to be annoyed here, but we’ll just narrow it down to the weird fit and proportions on both of them.
All guests wore Bottega Veneta
[Photo Credit: Courtesy of Bottega Veneta]