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Film Premiere Fails: The Month’s Worst Red-Carpet Looks
Being a celebrity is pretty much the easiest job in the world. You get paid to look good. You can hire all the trainers and chefs and hair stylers and makeup appliers and facialists and vajacialists in the world and write them off on your taxes. If you're a huge star, the studio even pays for these things. Need to get dressed in the morning? You can hire a person to pick out your clothes! That’s their entire job—picking out clothes for other people to wear, so that they look good. It's a celebrity's job to look good, so they hire people to help keep them that way. It literally could not be easier. So how to explain these moments?
This outfit on a teenager in Japan in July = marginally tasteful, as long as the teenager is a prostitute and it's a particularly muggy day. This outfit at the premiere of On the Road? Not so much.
For the London premiere of Les Miserables, HBC just picked up the wrappings from her children's Christmas presents from the floor and added a jaunty belt to hold it all together. Oh wait, scratch the belt part.
Is Katie Holmes really lonely without Tom Cruise? At the 12-12-12 concert for Hurricane Sandy relief, it appears that she has commissioned a seamstress to create her a fabric hug that wraps around her torso.
I don't know who this person is, but someone might want to ask her why she felt she had to skin Big Bird and wear him as an eggshell-colored skirt. Especially when she's wearing a white blouse - clashy!