An event for the young that is fashionable dominated by the big girls. Let's review what the pros sported. Elizabeth Banks had fun with the event in Elie Saab. Of course I love just about anything Elie Saab and Elizabeth Banks has done almost nothing wrong on the red carpet this year, this being no exception. Hot stuff!
My girl Kate Beckinsale may have been a little formal, but still looked uber sexy in a cream turtle neck dress and purple satin pumps. I never thought I'd say satin pumps looked sexy, but she makes it work. Talk about a hot mama!
Oh, Biel, I want to love you so badly. Chanel is a really positive step towards that, but the bangs, the nearly naked face, that stupid Lucite bracelet, and the cuffs on those shoes with this dress? You make it so hard. (That's what he said.)
Ciara always, always, always, has to put so much sexuality forward. We get it, you are gorgeous! Maybe plunging neckline and short hemline would have been enough without the slit? Her dress is Balmain.
Mila Kunis in Fendi. I love this, everything about it. I think the fact that it has sleeves, a not so low neckline and isn't form fitting, yet has an insanely short skirt and unexpected sequin colors and pattern make it a sneak attack of sexy! And I also love her for being one of the only people to not embrace closed toed, non-platform, or strappy sandals. Long live the peep-toe platform!
I don't want to talk about this.
This Dolce and Gabbana is pretty bold and bright and feels a lot like a look stolen out of the closet of fellow redhead Jayma Mays. It is close to working, but I think it needs different shoes and a better clutch. Do you dig it?