Party-loving publicist Jonathan Cheban launched his Kritik clothing line at the celeb-friendly Lisa Kline store in Los Angeles last night, and Spring was in the air! How could you tell? For starters, the red carpet was pink. And the Hollywood ladies rocked their little dresses (or shorts) with huge smiles on their faces. Too bad some one the frocks made us frown. Check out Kim Kardashian, Paula Abdul, Haylie Duff, Vanessa Minnillo and more in the Good, the Bad and the Ugly: The show begins after the jump.

The Good:

Hey, Paula! She looks pretty damn cute with all the buttons and the interesting shoes.

On someone else this dress might look trashy, but Haylie Duff is pulling it off somehow. The pop-of-color-shoes are a bonus.

Pussycat Doll Jessica Sutta's dress is fresh and springy and adorable. Kudos.

Dancing With The Stars host Samantha Harris makes it look easy. This dress is fits well and is flattering and fun.

The Bad:

Sure, white really flatters your skin tone and it's L.A., where shorts are eveningwear, and your legs are great, but something about this ensemble is terribly vexing, Vanessa Minnillo. Perhaps it's the bedazzled tank.

Aubrey O'Day of Danity Kane had the same idea as Haylie Duff, but just didn't pull it off. She needs a sleek ponytail, a stack of bangles and a bra.

Melissa Rivers: Stuck in a tear in the space-time continuum, where it is 2001 and leather jackets, faded jeans and pointy shoes are all the rage.

Kim Kardashian's dress isn't bad; In fact it's quite cute. But perhaps taken in and sans belt, it could be a body-skimming tunic? Right now it seems to be emphasizing the width of her hips and camouflaging her tiny waist. She can do better; we've seen it.

The Ugly:

This, my friends, is Lisa Kline herself! Unfortunately, this dress is a disaster from neckline to hemline. Ill-fitting, oddly designed and weirdly reminiscent of cobwebs. In a bad way.

Stacy Keibler's minty green dress is actually sort of cute, but she ruined it with that heavy, clunky, dark necklace. And shall we discuss the shoes? The incredibly vulgar shoes? If the point is to evoke the image of the tip of an uncut phallus, then, by God: Well done.

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