I Saw The Best Clothes Of My Generation Destroyed By Madness.

Confession: this isn't the Howl premiere at Sundance. That was boring. This is Legion, at L.A.'s ArcLight's Cinerama Dome Theater, and very nice and star-studded it was, too. But I'll be damned if I'm cheated out of my Ginsberg reference!

I love dandies gone wild. Hence, I love Doug Jones, who appears to have escaped from the pages of The Chap, crossed with The Hulk.


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We don't talk about Friday Night Lights enough around here. Which makes it hard to debate how we feel about Adrianne Palicki's hair color and bedazzled bandage situation.


I have been staring at this for the past 20 minutes and still have no leads on why Tia Carrere is carrying a parasol.


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We've all, like Lily Collins, fallen prey to the lure of the statement belt.


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Kate Walsh always makes it look so easy: it's the earrings that really make it, yes?


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I'm confused, and intrigued, by Willa Holland's shoes, which are in such stark contrast to her careful bombshell getup and hair.


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While I have certain concerns about Paul Bettany's Darwin biopic, the man can wear a suit. And his mastery of biology in Master and Commander was undeniable.


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Vail Bloom, red carpet leggings. Tights Are Not Pants put up a good fight, but we have to know when to raise the white flag.


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Actor Gunner Wright demonstrates that a denim trench is, indeed, a lot of denim.


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Deja Kreutzberg is apparently being forced by a principal to do a fingertip test, failing.


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Really digging James Cromwell's old salt look.


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And the fact that Jeanette Miller is dressed for festive comfort!


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