The Los Angeles premiere of Law Abiding Citizen at Grauman's Chinese Theatre provided food for thought - if by "food" you mean "minis, thigh-highs and pearls" and "thought" you mean either "confusion" or "Gerard Butler." And so it begins:

Viola Davis thinks pink!


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Brooke Mills is apparently a fan of Speedo's women's styling.


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Sanaa Lathan does several trends - gray, mini, a hint of glitz - to perfection.


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This is the sort of getup a girl of Emerald Young's age can really get behind!


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Claudia Jordan's graphic prints are pretty, but...do her shoes seem about to slip off? Maybe she's made the mistake of applying that genius Band-Aid non-friction balm, not realizing that it's a catch-22 and prevents friction because your foot won't stay in it.


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Regina Hall's 20's layers are a tad costume-shop, but have their charms...


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As Vail Bloom shows, there's sweet, and then there's florals and pink pumps and headbands and pearls.


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Tasha Smith takes mini to a new, almost-no-pants level.


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See, normally it's a good idea, as the ladymags will tell you, to choose one trend: thigh-high boots or epaulet jackets, for instance. Eva Pigford respectfully disagrees.


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He makes this look easy. And seriously, who else could overcome Phantom?

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