Full Disclosure: I'm not really an Entourage fan; my brother's always watching it and I can't get into it. So I probably wouldn't have gone to the Season 5 premiere at New York's Ziegfeld Theater. (If, you know, I was invited to this stuff.) And so I wouldn't have had to follow the "Black White & Ugly" Dress Code that all guests were apparently forced to adhere to. But by gad, I would have bawled these starlets out for the sheer gall of sporting so much virginal white post-Monday! (And btw, Real Housewives of New York were particular offenders in this regard.) Like, if you want to break the rules, that's one thing, but I had the uncomfortable feeling they didn't even know! And this makes me sad. Black and White and Bad all over, after the jump.



The Black:

Leighton Meester plays it safe in basic black.

Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Leighton Meester either got dressed together or were secretly pissed when the other one showed up.
The White:

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Don't think the black accessories make this okay, Constance Zimmer! Fine, it's sorta pretty, she said sullenly.

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Okay dress, lousy shoes, Real Housewife Jill Zarin.

I'm confused not just by Julia Levy-Boeken's defiance, but also her hair. Why is she so angry?

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You'd think a self-described classy rich person like Real Housewife Bethenny Frankel would know better than to thwart Miss Manners!
The Bad:

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This must be what a bad trip feels like. Cause I'm in 1994 with Behati Prinsloo. And I don't like it.

Y'know, if you wanna wear lime green like Carla Gugino, maybe don't do a fabric with a horizontal weave, too.

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You know how during the Depression sometimes folks would wear flour-sack dresses? Let's pretend one of those sacks was made of sequined lame and trimmed with feathers. Monique Lhuillier did! Okay, maybe not the sharecropper part.

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