When you see an event called "OK! Magazine Toasts Hollywood's Sexiest Singles" maybe you should expect the worst. You'd get it.
It's probably to be expected that at a brand-focused event like "UK Style By French Connection Celebrates Lexington Social House Launch" two people should wear the same dress. But two double-takes? It was a jungle in there.
Sure, there was skin. There were sequins. There were feathers. But from the VMAs, for gosh sakes — from Gaga, Katy and Ke$ha! — frankly we expected a little less cutesy, a little more rock 'n' roll.
The Los Angeles premiere of Law Abiding Citizen at Grauman's Chinese Theatre provided food for thought - if by "food" you mean "minis, thigh-highs and pearls" and "thought" you mean either "confusion" or "Gerard Butler." And so it begins:
Last nights' NAACP Image Awards honored members of the African-American community (Aretha, Stevie) for various achievements, but one of the great unspoken achievements of the evening was the red carpet-wear. The women, on the whole, all looked beautiful, sophisticated, and fresh: America Ferrera was radiant, Chandra…
Oh, it wasn't all fashion (Bone Thugs N') Harmony at last night's BET Awards. While some of the designs on display were models of restrained femininity, others were... well, less so. Image gallery and snap sartorial judgments — plus random white dude — after the jump.