Stars Put Best Foot Forward At Costume Designers Guild Awards

Yesterday film and television actors alike turned out at the Costume Designers Guild 10th Annual Awards in Beverly Hills to pay homage to the people who sew their pockets shut: costume designers. And on the whole, the female stars in attendance looked good! While Gabrielle Anwar — don't pretend you don't remember Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken! — went for a look more heavy on the costume than the fine design, Jane Kaczmarek, January Jones, and Law and Order's very pregnant Elisabeth Rohm all looked smart and sleek. (J.Lo could really take a page from Rohm's book. Although that point is probably moot, if the gossip columns are to be believed.) And then there were the "What were they thinking?" women: Angelica Huston, Ginnifer Goodwin, Kristen Chenowith. The full Good, Bad, and Ugly, after the jump.





The Good:

Stars Put Best Foot Forward At Costume Designers Guild Awards

Elisabeth Rohm looks so pretty while pregnant! Also seems comfy in her equally pretty dress.

Stars Put Best Foot Forward At Costume Designers Guild Awards

Jane Kaczmarek keeps it classy in a purple column.

Stars Put Best Foot Forward At Costume Designers Guild Awards

I love January Jones' minimalist and playful dress. This is the exact right way to wear white.

Stars Put Best Foot Forward At Costume Designers Guild Awards

Simon Cowell's main squeeze/Extra correspondent Terri Seymour kept it classy.


The Bad:

Stars Put Best Foot Forward At Costume Designers Guild Awards

Angelica Huston: You are one of the greatest actresses of our time. Not a Vegas showgirl.

Stars Put Best Foot Forward At Costume Designers Guild Awards

Did no one alert Christina Hendricks that her shapeless blob of a dress was the same shade as her skin?

Stars Put Best Foot Forward At Costume Designers Guild Awards

This pattern and cut fails to flatter Ginnifer Goodwin.

Stars Put Best Foot Forward At Costume Designers Guild Awards

If this were Project Runway, Nina Garcia would say that thought she liked the concept of Natasha Henstridge's dress, the execution was poor and the end-result cheap-looking. And I would agree with her.


The Ugly:

Stars Put Best Foot Forward At Costume Designers Guild Awards

Remember that "disco hair-cutting smock" that Ricky made on the Project Runway wrestling challenge? How did Kristen Chenoweth get her hands on it?

[All images via Bauer-Griffin]