Men — And Women — Of The Year Look Ridiculous

The 15th annual 'GQ Men of the Year' party held at Chateau Marmont may have provided plenty of men, tons of women, and a lot of stars, but good clothes? Were in very short supply.

Men — And Women — Of The Year Look Ridiculous

There were precious few straight-up great getups, but Rosario Dawson was an early-Madonna-hearkening exception!


Men — And Women — Of The Year Look Ridiculous

Anna Kendrick shows the power of good accessories.


Men — And Women — Of The Year Look Ridiculous

Then things got seriously unflattering. It's hard to make Rashida Jones look anything less than stunning, but this crotch-map manages to make even her look awkward.


Men — And Women — Of The Year Look Ridiculous

Also rocking the unflattering seam thing: Kate Mara.


Men — And Women — Of The Year Look Ridiculous

Jayma Mays, usually impeccable, appears to be wrapped in chenille pipe-cleaners.


Men — And Women — Of The Year Look Ridiculous

Paz de la Huerta has the "I just threw on a silk sheet to let the electrician in" look down pat.


Men — And Women — Of The Year Look Ridiculous

Jaime King manages to get "rags to riches" into a single ensemble.


Men — And Women — Of The Year Look Ridiculous

Shenae Grimes: we like The Labyrinth too. Maybe not quite as much.


Men — And Women — Of The Year Look Ridiculous

I used to think of overalls as cute. The 90s started to ruin that. And Jena Malone just finished the job.


Men — And Women — Of The Year Look Ridiculous

In case you thought the men were better? Franco's not exactly pulling off man in black.


Men — And Women — Of The Year Look Ridiculous

Brad Goreski is now on his own. If this represents his rebranding, he needs to get to River City, Iowa, stat.


Men — And Women — Of The Year Look Ridiculous

And no, The Situation doesn't redeem the evening.



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