2014 Global Citizen Festival Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on September 29, 2014

Darlings, the stars came out to end world hunger by posing for pictures. The very least we could do is give them some attention for it.

 

 

Allison Williams
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It’s not setting us on fire, which is true of almost everything she wears, but a fresh take on the shoe situation here would have gone a long way. Some cute flats, oxfords or even sneakers could have made this look much more modern.

 

 

Dianna Agron in Dolce&Gabbana
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We officially don’t like the hair color. The dress is okay, but again, whatever that footwear situation is, it’s the wrong one.

 

 

Jessica Alba in Edun
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Yawning now.

 

 

Erin Heatherton
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That sullen expression goes well with florals.

 

 

Katie Holmes
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Okay, so…

 

Maggie Grace
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…the fedoras were a thing? We feel like we need to get a ruling on that before we critique. Besides, they’re both so cazh it’s almost not worth it. Maggie’s sandals do look exceptionally unattractive, though.

 

 

Olivia Wilde in H&M Conscious
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See? Now that ‘s fun. You probably shouldn’t be too dressed up or striving-for-chic at an event like this. And you definitely should avoid showy displays of expensive items. Sure, she looks a little silly, but she’s comfy, it makes for a good picture, and she’s not coming across full of herself or out of touch.

 

[Photo Credit: Getty Images]

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