Miss Carrie Underwood ditched her big hair and short hemlines in favor of a Kristina Kidd jumpsuit and more natural hair and makeup styling. Like the change or unimpressed?
Hayden Panettiere embraces her newfound Country Music home in a hot pink Cavalli with turquoise accents. Definitely works for her. The tomato red shoes are a miss though.
I think she is getting closer, but the helmet hair isn't helping one bit.
Speaking of daring and unexpected, the always fashionably bold Diana Kruger was also at the MoMa event, wearing Prabal Gurung.
At a Golden Globes pre-event, she wore a two piece Rochas ensemble with Chanel booties.
Woah this is a bad pic, but it really doesn't matter since we've seen this look a million times. I will say her spray tan addiction is getting worse and those white heels are hideous! But the Valentino is nice, as always.
Mommy-to-be Malin Akerman worked a Barbara Bui leather suit.
Olivia Munn wore a more casual For Love and Lemons dress. This brand and this cut belong to the Tiz. It just doesn't work for her.
Taking a break from her new man of the moment, the oh-so-cute Harry Styles of One Direction, Taylor Swift performed at the Ripple of Hope Gala at the Marriott Marquis in New York, a hotel I hope to never stay at again after way too many conferences there. She looks lovely in Oscar de la Renta and Jimmy Choo Frosting slingbacks. Yes, I am a total Directioner. Love them.
Dianna Agron came to support her friend (and perhaps got spray tans together before hand) wearing Dolce and Gabbana. Those floral headpieces are all the rage, but I'm so not partaking. Her intricate shoes are Loubs.