Fashion Police Called At Law Abiding Citizen Premiere

The Los Angeles premiere of Law Abiding Citizen at Grauman's Chinese Theatre provided food for thought - if by "food" you mean "minis, thigh-highs and pearls" and "thought" you mean either "confusion" or "Gerard Butler." And so it begins:

Fashion Police Called At Law Abiding Citizen Premiere

Viola Davis thinks pink!


Fashion Police Called At Law Abiding Citizen Premiere

Brooke Mills is apparently a fan of Speedo's women's styling.


Fashion Police Called At Law Abiding Citizen Premiere

Sanaa Lathan does several trends - gray, mini, a hint of glitz - to perfection.


Fashion Police Called At Law Abiding Citizen Premiere

This is the sort of getup a girl of Emerald Young's age can really get behind!


Fashion Police Called At Law Abiding Citizen Premiere

Claudia Jordan's graphic prints are pretty, but...do her shoes seem about to slip off? Maybe she's made the mistake of applying that genius Band-Aid non-friction balm, not realizing that it's a catch-22 and prevents friction because your foot won't stay in it.


Fashion Police Called At Law Abiding Citizen Premiere

Regina Hall's 20's layers are a tad costume-shop, but have their charms...


Fashion Police Called At Law Abiding Citizen Premiere

As Vail Bloom shows, there's sweet, and then there's florals and pink pumps and headbands and pearls.


Fashion Police Called At Law Abiding Citizen Premiere

Tasha Smith takes mini to a new, almost-no-pants level.


Fashion Police Called At Law Abiding Citizen Premiere

See, normally it's a good idea, as the ladymags will tell you, to choose one trend: thigh-high boots or epaulet jackets, for instance. Eva Pigford respectfully disagrees.


Fashion Police Called At Law Abiding Citizen Premiere

He makes this look easy. And seriously, who else could overcome Phantom?

Fashion Police Called At Law Abiding Citizen Premiere

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