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We love the '60s bridesmaid feel of Emma Stone's dress, echoed by the high topknot hairstyle. The makeup is elegant — black eyeliner and a fuschia lip on an otherwise bare face.
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Maybe we're still hung up on the whole Black Swan thing, but we think Mila Kunis looks adorable in this ballerina-esque Dolce and Gabbana dress.
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Rachel Weisz goes bold in this bright red-orange Victoria Beckham gown. Neutral makeup tones are the right choice with this vibrant dress and the small gold clutch is a nice touch.
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Jennifer Lopez debuts a new fashion style we've dubbed "space age super freak." We don't really see it taking off.
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We have yet to approve of a dress-with-pants look, and we're certainly not going to start here with Kim Kardashian's grass skirt and leather pants duo.
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Hey, Kelly Osbourne — a bra is not a shirt.
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Emma Roberts certainly doesn't look bad, but we find ourselves wishing that this was a less literal interpretation of grunge-years fashion.
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Liberty Ross is trying to max out her 15 minutes of fame by grabbing attention with the shortest, shiniest thing she could lay her hands on.
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Jane Seymour is 62 and she can still pull of this sleek, cap-sleeved dress. It has cutouts, even.
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Yes, Brooklyn Decker has great abs, but we are seeing a bit too much of them.
And these separates are just dull.
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Amy Adams seems to favor modern ensembles with a vintage flair, and this Jenny Packham dress is a perfect example. The super high peep-toes are maybe a bit expected, but the emerald drop earrings are a unique addition.
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Maybe we're just mesmerized by all the sequins — or Cate Blanchett's fierce attitude — but we just can't take our eyes off this Armani gown. We love how the line of black piping highlights her figure, and the jet drop earrings do the same for her neck.
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Nicole Kidman's Erdem dress just seems all wrong. The color casts a sickly glow and the embroidery has a bath towel quality.
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We realize that floral pants are a "thing" but that doesn't mean we have to like it. If Diane Kruger can't carry it off, no one can.
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Sisters Rooney and Kate Mara swapped fashion styles for the evening and they both look great.
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Vinessa Shaw manages to revive the flagging lace dress trend with a unique twist on the genre. We like the combination of the contrasting satin panels underneath the lace coupled with sheer sleeves.
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The camera angle may be emphasizing things, but this gown makes Catherine Zeta-Jones look top-heavy and short-legged. This awkward in-between length doesn't work for anyone.
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Since we can't let this go, we're showing yet another example of an unflattering hem length, demonstrated by Constance Zimmer. We started seeing this on the SAG Awards red carpet. Is this a trend? If so, we urge you not to participate.
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Our overall impression of Samantha Mathis is "rumpled." We're pretty sure that was not her intention.
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OK, in all honestly, we sort of can't tell what Amber Tamblyn is wearing. Is the hanging patterned fabric part of her blazer? A scarf? Do all these colors match? But she still looks kind of cute?
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This may not be entirely appropriate for this rather casual event, but Vanessa Williams looks sort of amazing in this gold gladiator dress. We absolutely love her with short, curly hair.
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This shade of ivory does nothing for Omarosa Manigault. And don't even get us started on the odd beige trim that she chose to duplicate with her shoes (seemingly designed by Dr. Frankenstein).