For pure star power, variety of getups, successes and head-scratchers, the 16th Annual ELLE Women in Hollywood Tribute at Beverly Hills' Four Seasons Hotel scores some serious points. Especially for the spoonful of Julie Andrews.
Let's get one thing clear: I do not accept Katie Holmes as a fashion icon; she has not earned it, IMO (which counts for exactly nothing, but still). And yet: this is pretty fab.
Emily Blunt, on the other hand, has shown chic and confidence and a distinctive style from the get-go. And yes, I'm psyched about The Young Victoria.
Speaking of signature looks: Renee's sticking with the classics that won her that "best-dressed-list" inclusion.
And while the furbelowed trousers may confuse me a bit, no one does suits better than Robin Wright (Penn?).
Willa Holland's super-flattering LBD is one of the night's prettiest.
Unlike Sofia Vassilieva, I rarely feel that leather trim adds that hard-edged je ne sais quoi.
Kind of digging Jenna Elfman's consistent commitment to flapper-maternity.
Miranda Cosgrove's take is more questionable, although she pulls it off by a hair. (Not the Chris March kind.)
Not digging? Julianne Moore's bizarre earth-mother sack. Although it's very...nurturing.
Speaking of "not the most flattering thing she's ever worn," I give you... Diane Kruger.
It's hard to know how to feel about Kat Dennings' trench-dress, because her 10-ton shoes draw all attention, gravity.
Why so modest, Zoe Saldana? You look gorgeous!
It's nice to see Dianna Agron out of a cheerleader's uniform. Not, specifically, in these shoes.
Obviously, everyone's a winner. But if we had to have a least-favorite? Might be Cat Deeley's 90's nostalgia.
What more could we ask? Answer: nothing. Maybe an umbrella.