My Blueberry Nights is a film about love lost and love found starring Jude Law, Natalie Portman, Rachel Weisz, David Strathairn, and, most interestingly, jazz chanteuse Norah Jones. But romance wasn't in the air at the New York screening of the film last night โ€” bad fashion was. Jones paired an old-lady haircut [Ouch! I think it's awesome. -Ed.] with a juniors dress, and Chloe Sevigny (left) also took a page from middle-school, wearing boots more commonly seen on disgruntled teens. Also there and not looking their best? Agyness Deyn, Susan Sarandon, Erin Fetherston, Zoe Kravitz, and others. The full Good, Bad, and Ugly of My Blueberry Nights, after the jump.

The Good:

I'm not gonna lie: Chan Marshall (aka Cat Power) is on my 'Good' list simply because I'm obsessed with her music.

Wearing horizontal nautical stripes, Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman hopes to distract from the girth of her husband Harvey Weinstein. She fails.


Norah Jones looks like she's on her way to a middle-school dance.

The Bad:


Susan Sarandon looks like she's chaperoning that dance.

Will someone please tell Zoe Kravitz that she's not in middle school? The holes in her tights do not make her look cool or edgy.


It's a sad day indeed when Agyness is the best-dressed person on the 'Bad' list.


Enough already, Erin Fetherston.

Kelly Bensimon looks like a bad throwback to the early '90s. Those boots! That dress! That belt! Clearly this is the reason she is no longer married to ELLE's Gilles Bensimon or editing ELLE Accessories.


Dear Ziyi Zhang: "No" to the sequined beret.

The Ugly:


Thanks a lot, Irina Pantaeva, for triggering my vertigo this early in the day.

[Images via Getty.]