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The hottest stars hit the hottest events

Shaun Harrison
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We know this may be controversial amongst you commenters, but we think Rooney Mara's Prabal Gurung dress is kind of amazing. Granted, it's a highly specific look — tailored to her current appearance and this specific premiere — but it's working.
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Kate Mara opts for a bronze clutch and shoes to go with her salmon-colored dress. We like this creative combination, but we are concerned that the overall feeling is a bit too spring/summer.
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Robin Wright doesn't attend that many premieres and she's one of the stars of this film. So why didn't she put in a little more effort? The nondescript dress, basic black pump, and barely-there makeup look like office wear.
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A dramatic leather dress can make a striking impression, but not when it's ill-fitting. Taraji P. Henson's dress is just pulling way too much across the thighs and midsection, and that folded-down neckline is just weird.
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Charlize Theron's dress immediately reminds us of Wilma Flintstone, and we just can't get past that.
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Elizabeth Reaser's dress is too green, too shiny and too wrinkled looking (even if it is simply an effect of the pattern). We don't even need to calculate in the messy hair and unfortunate shoes. But we will.
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We normally applaud the use of more interesting colors on the red carpet, but there is no need to use them all simultaneously. At the very least, Diablo Cody should have worn black shoes. The gray pumps just serve to further distract the eye.
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A pantsuit is generally a welcome change of pace, but there is something about Sandra Bullock's entire ensemble that is rather severe. The sharp shoulders, the girdle-like belt, the hair that's been straightened to within an inch of it's life... It's a little frightening.
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Viola Davis' bright pink halter dress is just lovely. The smokey eye and chunky bangle balance the impact of the dress.
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We like navy on Angelina Jolie — it's a bit softer than her usual black — and details like the sheer shoulder overlay and the draping at the hip keep our interest.
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Gwen Stefani: Outfit by Auto Zone, hair by Dairy Queen.
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Yes, we know — the one-shoulder-with-a-scarf-thing-draped-over-the-back has been done to death recently. But we're still giving it a hit. Maybe it's our seasonal addiction to white and silver (note the clutch). Or maybe it's that Kristen Bell is just so damn cute.
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Feeling nostalgic, Jenna Elfman digs up her 1986 prom dress. And hairstyle. And fishnets.
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We get where Jayma Mays is coming from in pairing this dressy Fortuny pleated skirt with a plain black shirt, but something is not quite working. Perhaps a belt, some beading, sequins or other detail on the shirt?
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The cut-out black leather bodice on Nicole Richie's dress is just tacky.
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Kate Walsh's hair and makeup is particularly lovely here and works well with her Temperley London dress.
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We love Anika Noni Rose's hair short and curly. Her short beaded dress compliments the look quite well.
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Angie Harmon's sparkling silver and gold Jean Frares Couture gown radiates holiday glamour.
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Zoe Kravitz's dress might be Chanel, but that doesn't make it okay. This gown is oddly proportioned with bizarre design elements. And Zoe unnecessarily ups the strange factor with her butchered bangs.
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Uma Thurman's figure-hugging dress falls nicely into the sexy-yet-tasteful category. The teal green color is flattering and the strappy gold sandals are a great choice.
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Teri Polo looks like she's about to step into the sauna at the gym.
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Several designers seem to have hopped on the trend of randomly applying netting to the middle or bottom of a dress. It's not doing Amanda Riseborough any favors.
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Dear Chloe Moretz: This looks like something Sharon Stone should be wearing, not your 14-year-old self.
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From her hair down to her pumps, Kaley Cuoco looks like she just rolled out of bed.
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A high waisted black leather skirt and a fully exposed bra would not normally even be a "draw" around here, but we're kind of suckers for Emmanuelle Chriqui's hair and makeup.
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Zoe Saldana looks like a little girl playing dress-up in her mother's closet.
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Pink hair with a pink lace dress is not a go-to for most people, but it works for Katy Perry. We just wish it fit better through the mid-section.
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Taraji P. Henson seems to be having the same problem as Katy Perry. Shiny silver is a bold look, and as such needs to have a flawless fit. If this was more elegantly draped, it would be a winner.