Kittens, part one of our driveby bitcheryfest can be found here. Now gird your loins for part TWO:
Anne Hathaway in Halston
It’s simple and elegant, even if it’s a bit dull for pictures. Given the venue, that’s fine.
LADY. GET FASHION HELP.
It’s a very “her” kind of dress – and the shoes are well-chosen – but the shape is a little hard to work.
She’s almost never this bold or attention-seeking. We wouldn’t mind seeing her get away from the romantic elegance that she tends to work more often than not, but this is kind of tacky and overdone.
Jackie Cruz in Charles & Ron
That print’s a LOT and we’re not in love with the colors, which don’t look very rich, but our real issue are those frickin arm valances, because we don’t know what else to call them. We’ve seen far too many of them lately.
Jaime King in Elie Saab
Hmm. The print looks a little dated to us. Still, the colors are nice. We like the velvet touches but think they might be overplayed.
Meh. That hipster thing isn’t really your look, Josh. You should be dressing like Sam Shepard circa 1990.
Kate Hudson in Michael Kors Collection
The dress is fine, but her styling just isn’t up to it. A little more slap and zuzh, please.
Lana Del Rey in Gucci
Works for us.
Malin Akerman in Cristina Ottaviano
She always looks like she just arrived here from around 1981 or so.
Natalie Portman in Christian Dior
Yeah, she would pick a big gray gown. That’s her all over. It’s fine, but the bust is really odd.
Nina Dobrev in Ralph Lauren Collection
A surprisingly dramatic turn coming from Miss Nina’s corner, but what’s up with the hair?
Portia Doubleday in Jonathan Simkhai
LOVE this. Maybe not so much on the shoes matching the skirt, but the ensemble is so dramatic and high fashion. And the colors look great on her.
Rebecca Hall in Christian Dior
This is really cute in a slightly retro way (unless sheer hose are really coming back), but the fit’s not so hot.
Rita Ora in Zuhair Murad Couture
Meh. Seen it, sweetie.
God, we are going to be SO SICK of black dresses before the month is out. Celeb-ladies? You’re grabbing your power in a way no one’s ever seen before and you’ve forced a massive cultural shift with your bravery and fortitude. Let the men wear the black mea-culpa shrouds. You gals should be celebrating.
We’re just saying.
We’re surprise by how much we like this. It’s not exactly what we’d call a fresh design, but the interesting design of the top sets off the big pink cliche of the skirt.
Lighten up, kid. You look like a missionary.
Zoe Kazan in Christian Dior
It’s a little bit precious and it’s got both the Dior jock straps and the Dior tiny bust, but the fabric is really pretty.
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