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How many stars does it take to celebrate Cartier's 100th anniversary in America? Judging from the assemblage at the jeweler's Fifth Avenue store - Anne! Kate! Demi! Rachel! Martha! Timberlake! Biel! - a lot.

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The Good:

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On most of us, this polka dot number would look like a sack. On Tory Burch, it's suddenly a whimsical retro-revelation, not a bad skill in a designer.


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I hate this cutout trend. It's the modern equivalent of - I don't know - bound feet or something else designed purely to designate unlimited leisure, in this case to tone one's flanks. That said? Kate Hudson looks amazing.


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I really like when Martha just embraces the old-school dowdy! Two-piece! Do it!


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Demi Moore's draped frock has just enough shape.


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Do we notice a trend here? Rachel Weisz, with Demi, is ready for a draped Ascot Gavotte!


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Dr. Lisa Alran's whimsical frock is Irene Dunne charming! And that's a compliment of a high order.


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Sarah Winter has obviously found her perfect LBD.


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And Kathleen Kennedy has found hers!


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Jessica Biel is palying it extra-safe after the Oscars towel situation. This elegant ecru is a happy consequence!


The Bad:

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The top half of Anne Hathaway's dress is one of the prettiest things I've ever seen. Then you scroll down and she's for some reason wearing her little cousin's skirt.


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I actually love Erin Featherston's silhouette, but the Barbie fabrication? (And you just know those pants have that distinctive, scratchy remembered Barbie gown texture.) Not so much.


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Rachel Zoe literally looks like she's playing dress-up in her mother's closet. And is also sulking because her lollipop was taken away.


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Petra Levin totally pulled a Scarlett before coming here.


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This I will say, sans sarcasm: props to Daisy Olarte for not using a stylist.


What Say You?

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We dig a dapper three-piece well-done...but would you say that's true of JT? I have concerns about the tie pin.


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Susan Fales-Hill is really in the spirit of the whole jewel thing. How's that workin' for ya?

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