Animal Magnetism On The Red Carpet

The Genesis Awards "pays tribute to the major news and entertainment media for producing outstanding works that raise public awareness of animal issues." Which explains the adorable dog on the red carpet — as well as all the animal prints. Sorta.

Animal Magnetism On The Red Carpet

Tippi Hedren has dedicated the latter part of her career to protecting big cats; hence the caftan, we presume.


Animal Magnetism On The Red CarpetLook, the event may explain the...mule?...on Leona Lewis's dress. But that's not to say it excuses it.

Animal Magnetism On The Red CarpetA more traditional take on the theme, from Wendy Malick.

Animal Magnetism On The Red CarpetEmily Deschanel's dress verges on the unflattering, but dig the disco impulses.

Animal Magnetism On The Red CarpetElaine Hendrix also rocks a 70s vibe, in clear cerulean.

Animal Magnetism On The Red CarpetKristin Davis does nothing to challenge her sugary type-casting in sweet, punchy pink.

Animal Magnetism On The Red CarpetDramatic asymmetrical simplicity from Renee Russo.

Animal Magnetism On The Red CarpetI'll admit it: in defiance of every instinct of critical judgment, the 5-year-old in me is secretly really excited about Stephanie Pratt's dress.

Animal Magnetism On The Red Carpet...and is kind of scared of Charlotte Ross's, because I know wicked queen garb when I see it.

Animal Magnetism On The Red CarpetNow we come to what might be called the "eveningwear" portion of things. I give you Miss Lu Parker!

Animal Magnetism On The Red CarpetAnd Miss Katie Cleary!

Animal Magnetism On The Red CarpetNatch, animal-lover Betty White was there: and Miami-bright!