2011 Golden Globe Awards Red Carpet P2
January Jones in Versace Spring 2011
We have a feeling we’re not going to get a lot of backup on this, but we love the way she looks. Yes, we advised her to stay away from edgier pieces, but she managed to pull it all together. The reason this works is because, for once, her hair and makeup look impeccable.
Amber Riley in Oliver Tolentino
We think the cut of this dress works very well for her but a big girl shouldn’t be head to toe shiny. It’s just not flattering.
Michelle Wiliams in Valentino Resort 2011
She finally found a dress too twee for her. Honey, you should have let Dakota Fanning have this one. It doesn’t help that she’s not doing a thing to sell it.
Claire Danes in Calvin Klein Collection
Like Emma Stone, who wore a similar dress from the same collection, Claire needed to dress this look up with at least one showy piece of jewelry. She looks chic, but too understated.
Eva Longoria in Zac Posen
This just looks silly and out of style. The huge trains and puddles of fabric are simply not what’s happening on the RC anymore. We like the bodice and the little cap sleeves, but ultimately, she’s too short for this.
Hailee Steinfeld in Prabal Gurung Spring 2011
Adorable. Hair is great, clutch is perfect.
Hope Davis in Bibhu Mohapatra
Tragic. Sale rack at Macy’s.
Jayma Mays in Alberta Ferretti
Remember back in the ’90s when Julia Louis-Dreyfus showed up on the RC blowing her Elaine Benes image away by looking sexy and sleek? This is the same sort of PR move on Jayma’s part and we think she really knocked it out of the park. A game-changer.
Kyra Sedgwick in Emilio Pucci Spring 2011
Love it. Love the color and love that she made the look her own without changing the dress too much.
Jennifer Lawrence in Louis Vuitton
Julianna Margulies in vintage Yves Saint Laurent Couture
It looks like something Jackie Kennedy would have worn to a White House gala. Pretty, but maybe just a little too low-key and dated.
Katey Sagal in Douglas Hannant
Horrible. Cheap and satin-y looking.
Kelly MacDonald in J. Mendel
We finally pried the neutrals off of Elisabeth Moss and now we see we’ve got a new project ahead of us. She looks pretty, but her coloring doesn’t really set off this non-colored dress.
Kelly Osbourne in Zac Posen Spring 2011
She’s a bit too short for this dress and the bottom is a bit too exuberant, but she looks pretty great.
Dianna Agron in J. Mendel
Safe, but very pretty.
Mandy Moore in Monique Lhuillier Pre-Fall 2011
Once again, she’s wearing a dress that looks too prom to us. Pretty color, though.
Megan Fox in custom-made Armani Privé
Loved this dress. She’s a bit of a freakshow, but she does dress well.
Mila Kunis in Vera Wang
Of all the greens on the RC, this was our least favorite. There’s too much going on with this dress. There’s such a thing as being too textural.
Naya Rivera in Douglas Hannant Spring 2011
It’s a lovely dress, but it clearly doesn’t fit her boobs correctly.
Nicole Kidman in Prada
It’s safe and minimalist, but she looks quite chic. Love the brooch.
Tina Fey in L’Wren Scott Spring 2011
This is as good as it gets with Tina – and that’s fine; she looks great. But she really needs a drag queen to teach her how to carry herself when she’s wearing something that costs more than a car. Poise goes a long way, honey.
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