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Glamour Celebrates Women Of The Year (Plus Steven Tyler)

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Rihanna. Serena. Maria. Stella. Iman. Padma. Emme. Estelle. Gabby Sidibe. These were just a few of the boldfaces who bib-and-tuckered it at Carnegie Hall last night to honor Glamour's Women of the Year. And, yes, dude looked like a lady.

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There is one word I think everyone can apply to Rihanna's exercise in arts and crafts: bold.


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Rory Tahari's gown evokes Poiret.


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Digging designer Lucilla Beccaria's boho lady. Et vous?


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Liya Kedebe is a fan of the trench dress. I'm a fan of anything when she wears it. Slavish.


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See, does Emme know what she's doing, or is this line unflattering? Inquiring minds.


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Our collective gaze is torn between Gayle King's shoes and necklace. Collective gaze, people.


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When it comes to EIC Cindi Leive: I get it. I think we all get it. Is that the same as liking though?


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Maria Shriver's Spanish widow is kind of majestic. Am I wrong to crave a mantilla? How can something so right be wrong?


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Some would say, the further we move from necessity and utility, the more closely we approach decadence. How does this apply to Lisa Ling's single sleeve?


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Shocker, that: Padma Lakshmi looks glorious in maternity.


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I kind of like it when people do unashamed Mount Olympus. Serena Williams is doing this.


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Having read The Game, I now understand that Steven Tyler basically invented "peacocking."


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I like that Estelle's doing a total 180 and being completely conservative, and it still makes all kinds of sense.


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Zoe Kravitz: cool, simple, beyond reproach.


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Katharine McPhee rocks the Disney interpretation of Grecian. Not that I saw Hercules.


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Whereas Kerry Washinton seems to say, "no, this is how you do it - with a dash of Out of the Past!"


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Amy Poehler was a Woman of the Year, angelic.


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Stella McCartney showed that part of being a WotY is making everyone else look like they're trying too hard.


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Andie MacDowell does unabashed mother of the bride, and I respect this.


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Gabourey 'Gabby' Sidibe always looks completely amazing. No rookie mistakes, no missteps. She is either working with a stylist who should be famous immediately, or is a total prodigy.


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Luckily, Iman can wear a feathered sack - and probably break into "Cheek to Cheek" as needed.

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DISCUSSION

Katherine McPhee is the worst case of brunette-gone-blond since Jennifer Morrison (House). Both were drop-dead gorgeous with their natural brunette tresses, and both look awful with blond hair (IMHO). I adore McPhee's dress here, but that hair has got to go. #glamourwomenoftheyear