The 14th annual GQ Men of the Year Party at LA's Chateau Marmont had Levi Johnston. It had Kim Kardashian. It had January Jones and Gabrielle Union and Olivia Wilde and Zoe Saldana. And yes, it was surreal:

But, man, can January Jones work a red carpet. Love the hit of 60s polish with totally modern styling.

Jennifer Carpenter. Strapless. What more is there to say?

Jamie-Lynn Sigler. Strapless. But this time we can say, "booties."

And when it comes to Shenae Grimes? "Necklace."

Maggie Grace's dainty little retro number has a decided "Anthropologie" vibe. Not that there's anything wrong with that.

When I did a scroll-up of Amanda Seyfried my thoughts went something like, "cute, shorts! Stevie Nicks' Belladonna! Pumpkin muffin!" (That just happened to be in my head though.)

Gabrielle Union is basically saying, no, this is how you do LBD!

Someone had to fill the disco-ball-mini quota, and Danielle Panabaker took one for the team.

Can't take my eyes off the arrows on Zoe Saldana's frock. "Spleen here!"

Olivia Wilde often fails the beatific palette. Digging with the sharp futuristic-trophy-wife angles!

All I can say is, having attempted to drape a toga, Emma Stone's isn't too bad! It's hard!

Rose McGowan: sweet, simple and pretty.

See, this front-gather trend is one that will never make it to reality - at least that portion of it with breasts. But what say you about Jamie King's red carpet iteration?

Like Alice Eve, I enjoy convent-ready eveningwear.

Jessica Stroup refuses to choose between statement pieces: she shall have the gold short-shorts and the mesh booties!

Trench dresses always scream "flasher." But as Marley Shelton shows, cute flasher!

AnnaLynne McCord's skirt is almost invisible to the naked eye.

It's always fun when Kim Kardashian just does classic bombshell. Yes, "fun."

And...the man of the hour. Some stylist obviously crammed this saffron square into his pocket, and this stylist is obviously a Palin supporter.

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