Tiffany & Co. 2017 Blue Book Collection Gala Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on April 25, 2017

Kittens, you know what doesn’t get celebrated enough? DIAMONDS. Isn’t it time the celebrity world came together as one to rectify that?

We suppose not, because these were the only ones who cared enough about this important issue. Let’s judge them, but with kindness in our hearts.

Ha. Nevermind. Let’s just judge them.



Claire Danes in Monse

We always hate “Oops! My dress is falling off!” dresses, but this one’s fairly low key and does a nice job of highlighting the merchandise around her neck. The shoes make a nice counterbalance to the jewelry. It’s a well thought-out look.



Dominic West

We just want to dump a pound of coconut oil on his head and order him to rub it in. And no, that’s not our fetish. He’s just in desperate need of moisture.

Yes, we see the watch. Find a more subtle way to show it off.



Haley Bennett in J. Mendel

Miss Haley knows how to do it. The gown is pure Cinderella, but if you can’t go that route at a Tiffany party, then when the hell can you?



Jennifer Hudson in Dsquared2

Well, at least it’s not a tiny little black dress. That’s something, we suppose.

Not that she looks bad here. It’s just that she really needs to learn that body-con micro-minis, no matter how good you look in them, don’t have to be your only style option.



Reese Witherspoon in Brandon Maxwel

Serving up simple, confident eleganza. Works for us. That’s a great color for her.



[Photo Credit: Marcus Owen/, Getty Images]

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