Transparency, nude suits, and very prominent camel toe were big trends at yesterday's world premiere of Snow White and the Huntsman in London's Leicester Square.

Kristen Stewart's black lace is a cross between a Rorschach inkblot and really bad pit stains. And are those white panties underneath?

My initial reaction to Charlize Theron's gown was a positive one, but upon further examination, I'm not sure if nude illusions should make women look nipple-less.

The blue sequins arranged like fish scales strategically over her privates on a layer of fishnet should be disgusting, but the severity of Liberty Ross' hair and makeup lend it an attractive edginess.

Whenever you see a British celebrity you don't recognize, you can almost guarantee that they are either a "TV presenter," a "Page Three Stunna," or a cast member of some cheesy reality show. Judging on her hair and "electric dream" belt (WTF?) alone I know that Gabriella Ellis is the latter.

Pretty gowns: Amber Atherton, Lily Cole and Laura Haddock.

Socialite Hofit Golan showed a different side of herself. Lizzie Cundy showed her labia majora. And Jasmine Guinness—heir to the Guinness fortune—was maybe getting high on her own supply while getting dressed.