When you're dealing with the 12th annual Costume Designers Guild Awards, you know the clothes will be worth watching. And, at the Beverly Hilton hotel, were they ever:

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Anna Paquin is wearing a screensaver. Albeit a cute one!


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I can't decide whether to liken Casey Storm's getup to Rom Burgundy, or Tony Clifton.


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I can't decide whether I love or hate Parker Posey's getup. They really are two sides of the same coin.


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But Kristen Bell's stealth-sexy sparkle sack? Kinda love.


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Emily Blunt's busy slate? Kinda hate.


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Let's not ask why, but at some point in my life I read Loni Anderson's autobiography. The blurb described her as a professional "beloved superstar." This is apparently their uniform.


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Nancy Sinatra's duds are made for mournin'.


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Jessalyn Gilsig does the bandage thing: as usual, looks great, looks really hard to breathe.


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Jayma Mays actually pulls off day-glo. Nice - and safe for biking at night!


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The five-your-old in me loves Katherine Jane Bryant's gown. 23 other years disagree.


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Anika Noni Rose: Blue heaven.


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Anna Kendrick is establishing the most consistent look of almost anyone on the red-carpet. She likes the pales, and she likes the glam.


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Minka Kelly does the nude trend.


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Here's where things became awesome: costume Designer Lou Eyrich.


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Or at least - as in the case of costume designer Mona May - weird.


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