Curious Fashion Abounds at the People’s Choice Awards
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You’d make that face too, if your otherwise-lovely cocktail dress had been commandeered by an ugly hem ruffle. The real tragedy is that her lace-and-leather DKNY had been custom-made for her. Poor Ashley is probably wracking her brain trying to figure out when she upset Donna Karan so much.
“And the award for Best Achievement in Butt Camouflage goes to…Carly Chaikin!”
Currently Ms. Hawaii Teen USA, Courtney Coleman is obviously preparing for a career switch to acting. She seems to be lobbying for a role in Moulin Rouge 2: Tutu Much.
Although the the neon pink color of this Roksanda Illincic dress says, “I am a confident trendsetter,” the bell sleeves say, “Does this hide my chubby wrists?”
At first we were going to give her a pass on this dress, which looks like she tried to leave the house in a halter top and hot pants, but her dad got mad so she grabbed a few tablecloths, scraps of fabric, and some festive scarves to tack on. But then we realized that Miley is eighteen now and a Totally Sexy Woman Who Makes Her Own Decisions. So no.
It’s hard for a man to screw up the red carpet, but Zachary Levi shows us how it’s done with a look that includes a plaid suit and a fauxhawk.
Late of House and currently starring on Once Upon a Time, Jennifer Morrison seems to be preparing for her “serious-actress” time as the star of a revival of Arsenic and Old Lace in this crocheted Oscar de la Renta.
If you didn’t know who Lucy Hale was before, she was in Scream 4, she is currently starring on Pretty Little Liars, and her stylist really, really hates her. Her dress does too, since it looks like it’s trying to strangle her.
Riddle me this Viktor & Rolf…Why would anyone put a mess like that on a gorgeous girl like Jennifer Lawrence? Just, why?
We get it…this Marchesa is supposed to be all ’20s and Gatsbyish. But in the real 1920’s, we’re pretty sure that they didn’t construct entire dresses out of dental floss. Great heels, though.