Stop-Loss Style Stops Us In Our Tracks

Last night in New York, GQ hosted a screening of Kimberly Peirce's upcoming film on the involuntary extension of American soldiers' tours in Iraq Stop-Loss. Sure, the film's lead Ryan Philippe, left, turned up looking less douchey than usual, but the rest of the outfits were all over the place. While the models (Irina Pantaeva, May Anderson) in attendance looked pretty smart, those with greater acting chops (Tatum O'Neal, Catalina Sandino Moreno) did not. The full Good, Bad, and Ugly (nude sheer pantyhose!), after the jump.





The Good:

Stop-Loss Style Stops Us In Our Tracks

Irina Pantaeva looks kinda crazy and I totally love it.

Stop-Loss Style Stops Us In Our Tracks

Could May Anderson look any hotter?

Stop-Loss Style Stops Us In Our Tracks

Aw, daughter-of-Meryl/up-and-coming actress Mamie Gummer looks pretty!

Stop-Loss Style Stops Us In Our Tracks

Sure, I wish she weren't in a tapered pant, but Kimberly Peirce is unabashedly herself in her outfit.


The Bad:

Stop-Loss Style Stops Us In Our Tracks

Sandra Nilsson dress looks, well, a little Emperor's Club-ish.

Stop-Loss Style Stops Us In Our Tracks

Tatum O'Neal looks broke.

Stop-Loss Style Stops Us In Our Tracks

There's nothing wrong with Melissa George's dress, per se. Other than it reads a little slutty/early 90's.

Stop-Loss Style Stops Us In Our Tracks

Catalina Sandino Moreno might be a great actor, but couldn't she have worn something other than jeans and a t-shirt?


The Ugly:

Stop-Loss Style Stops Us In Our Tracks

NO sheer nude pantyhose, Kimberly Guilfoyle!

[Images via Getty.]