Jennifer Aniston in a vintage John Galliano dress, Jimmy Choo sandals, Armit body chain and Fred Leighton jewels.
I’m so excited that Jennifer Aniston is taking more risks on the Red Carpet. Who knew this hottie would be showing as much skin as she is today. Keep it up, keep it up!
Emma Stone in Christian Dior Haute Couture.
Emma nails the masculine/feminine look in this. I’m always excited to see what she’s bringing to the Red Carpet.
Maggie Gyllenhaal in a Thakoon dress, Bulgari clutch and jewelry.
AHHH finally!! Maggie Gyllenhaal looks so chic. She usually disappoints me, but I was ecstatic to see her look so incredible.
Emmy Rossum in Giorgio Armani.
The detail in this gown is exquisite. Just jaw-dropping beautiful.
Joanne Froggatt in Honor.
Simply sexy. This dress shows off her insane figure. There’s just nothing wrong with this at all.
Cobalt is back ladies and gents, and if you want to know how to pull it off, take some notes. Such a beautiful cut and the black is so unexpected. Simple, yet elegant.
Julianna Margulies in Giambattista Valli dress and Fred Leighton jewelry.
I have to say, I’m obsessed with this gown! I just couldn’t stop admiring the color and the details. The cut is so flattering on her figure. A+.
Rashida Jones: Emanuel Ungaro dress, Norman Silverman jewels, Stuart Weitzman shoes and an Edie Parker clutch.
I get it, but I really don’t get it. The dress isn’t my favorite all ready, and the blue trim just makes it that much worse.
Claire Danes: Marc Jacobs dress and Norman Silverman jewelry.
This dress could’ve been stunning. Instead, Danes kind of looks like a reptile on the loose…and then that belt. Ugh.
OK, go back to Joanne Froggatt and now back to Bialik. See the difference? Good.
I just can’t overlook the shoes.
Amanda Peet is absolutely stunning. Unfortunately, this dress did nothing for her. The black cut on the top of the dress made her chest look saggy and unclose the dress looks cheap. She really missed the mark this time.
Taryn Manning in Elisabetta Franchi
This color was just the wrong peachy-tone for her. Not to mention the dress looked damaged and wrinkled in the front. Check out the E! interview on the Red Carpet to see what I mean.
Gwendoline Christie in Giles.
Marilyn Monroe would be so offended.
Laura Carmichael in Vionnet.
Carmichael’s dress looks incomplete and just overall strange. Not a good look for her.
Lorelei Linklater: Honor dress, Salvatore Ferragamo shoes and an Amanda Pearl clutch.
Someone just explain this to me, please.
In my opinion, the worst dressed of the night. Not only does this dress match her skin tone too well, it is extremely unflattering. Not to mention that giant bruise on her ankle that I couldn’t stop looking at! Next time try to cover that up.
Best Beauty Looks:
This woman never disappoints. Her hair pushed back in a pony was the perfect choice for her overall look. The makeup is strong but feminine. And I wish I had her eyes.
Sophia’s warm palette complemented her so well and I am obsessed with her faux bob.
Such a soft and pretty look that made her eyes pop. Love, love, love.
Natural done right. This true beauty looked absolutely stunning with her rosy cheeks and subtle makeup.