Last night was the red carpet premiere for Ricki Lake's much-discussed documentary on the home-birth movement, The Business of Being Born. And though the film offers an eye-opening journey through Ricki's choice to have a natural birth (hullo, vagina!), the premiere yielded nothing but some eye-shielding fashion. While Ricki looked chic and svelte in a black sheath (left), her guests looked a little...oy. The good, the bad, and the ugly, all after the jump.

The Good:

Cindy Crawford still looks good. Does this woman ever age? Her tailored suit looks straight out of the costume racks of The L Word, which is a major compliment in my book.

Sure, Amber Tamblyn looks like just about any 20-something woman in the world. Which is why I love this: Amongst her trashtastic peers, Tamblyn keeps it real. Also, check how her boots are a little scuffy! Aw, authenticity!

It is not easy to wear shiny materials. It is not easy to wear anything while pregnant. Mazel tov to Brooke Burke for making it work.

Words I never thought I'd say: Debbie Gibson looks good.

The Bad:

I hate saying mean things about Carrie-Ann Moss because, of well, The Matrix! But Lord: What is she wearing? And more importantly: Why?

Marissa Jaret Winokur: See above for "It is not easy to wear shiny materials." Also, best not to walk a red carpet in stripper boots.

Did Holly Robinson Peete even know she was going to an opening? Or was she out buying groceries and made a wrong turn by mistake?

The Ugly:

Josie Maran is wearing a jumpsuit. It appears to have sparkles. That is all.

Kathy Najimy is one of the funniest women I can think of. So why are her clothes trying to kill her?

[All images via INF]