Enough with all these cheek-sucking celebrities at their oh-so-fancy ceremonies and after-parties! Let’s check in on the louder, tackier, more fun shindig, shall we? Because the gays will always throw a better bash than some magazine. We’re just saying.
Angela Sarafyan in Celia Kritharioti Couture
This is gorgeous. Fantastic color and shape. We don’t love giant ladybows, but we mind this one a lot less because it’s positioned at the neckline.
Matchy accessories was the most dominant RC trend on Oscars weekend.
Bellamy Young in Stéphane Rolland Couture
Everything about this would improve if the backing color was a deep red. We’re not sure a halter is the best neckline for her, though.
Darby Stanchfield in Teresa Helbig
A truly unique look. It also happens to be gasp-worthy beautiful. The colors look great on her and the pattern is eye-catching. But considering there’s so much going on in the design of the textile, this would look so much better rendered in a simpler design. The neckline, shoulders and waist all detract from it.
Heidi Klum in Georges Hobeika Couture
We would expect no less from her at this gala. She knows she’s expected to bring a little showgirl realness to the proceedings and as always, she’s happy to provide it.
Jaime King in Oscar de la Renta
The skirt is pretty but the bodice is Christmas aisle at CVS.
Judith Light in Zac Posen
You go on with yourself, you fierce thing. The sleeves are ridiculous, but that’s kind of the point.
Katharine McPhee in Leilou
Too serious and prim for the venue.
La La Anthony in Dolce&Gabbana
Lady, if you’re gonna pick Dolce & Gabbana to wear, pick something that looks like Dolce & Gabbana. This is generic.
Lea Michele in La Perla Couture
Liam Hemsworth (in Burberry) and Miley Cyrus (in Moschino)
He looks fine and she couldn’t be more perfect for that Bubblegum Glam Drag.
Ricky Martin in Giorgio Armani
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