Highs And Lows On The Truly A-List Red Carpet

So what, exactly, was "Vanity Fair Campaign Hollywood 2011's kick off with Chrysler Celebrating 'The Fighter' held at the District on Sunset"? Not positive. But it was star-studded — like, Mirren and Butler and Adams-studded — and the clothes? Aces.


Highs And Lows On The Truly A-List Red CarpetSLet's do the lovelies first. Isabelle Lucas is vintage-pretty in this easy, rosy frock. (And this is a "frock," no?)

Highs And Lows On The Truly A-List Red CarpetSMalin Akerman, crisp and basic.

Highs And Lows On The Truly A-List Red CarpetSAmy Adams just flirts with dowdiness, but keeps it classic.

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Jenna Dewan, an up-and-coming bombshell. Which is distinct from a style-setter but also noteworthy.


Highs And Lows On The Truly A-List Red CarpetSThere's still nothing like a Dame, but Helen Mirren's getup is a bit busy to be really flattering.

Highs And Lows On The Truly A-List Red CarpetSAnother study in unflattering excess, I give you Kristin Davis.

Highs And Lows On The Truly A-List Red CarpetSAbbie Cornish continues the theme: layered edition.

Highs And Lows On The Truly A-List Red CarpetSNia Vardalos apparently likes pansies.