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Shield Your Eyes From The Starpower (And The Clothes)

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Halle, Minnie, Helena, Carey, Hilary, Leighton, Milla...need we go on? They were all at the 14th annual Hollywood Awards Gala, looking fly...or, you know, like The Corpse Bride.

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Okay, can we just agree that this is both ridiculous and stunning?


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Yes, you'll be glad to know that Halle's frock passes the fingertip test.


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I love how much Carey Mulligan changes it up: and she pulls off restrained elegance as well as she does youthful risk.


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Speaking of simply elegant: Heather Graham looks lovely.


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I was on the fence with Bryce Dallas Howard's rather busy (and vaguely 18th c) frock — but overall think it lands on "pretty."


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Another busy risk — Leighton Meester's ethereal blue. I dig; you?


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Now we get to the more dubious choices. Minnie Driver, channeling Dynasty...not in the good way.


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Does Helena Bonham Carter dress like a Tim Burton character because she's married to Tim Burton, or did her aesthetic bring them together? Things to ponder.


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Between the hair, the sandals and the frock, Rashida Jones is ready for Rome.


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Hilary Swank channels a boozy mother-of-the-bride.


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You know how I love Andrew Garfield. Even in this weirdly skinny Top Man-worthy tie.



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I don't know...I normally think Carey Mulligan is adorable but something about her makeup here makes her look washed-out and exhausted. I don't love it.