Yet another best and worst dressed list? Why? Just because everyone seems to chime in on these annual award shows - especially folks with absolutely no sense of taste or style. Here's my lineup:
Best Dressed (in no particular order):
- Natalie Portman (Prada): A total homage to Jackie Kennedy. Super chic and flattering.
- Amy Adams (Tom Ford): A classic black sequin column, slashed with burgundy in the skirt. Beautifully cut and fitted, especially around the bust.
- Viola Davis (Michael Kors Collection): Her gown was a striking shade of yellow and the silhouette looked beautiful on her.
- Ruth Negga (Louis Vuitton): Glam and gorgeous.
- Olivia Culpo (Zuhair Murad Couture): An unusual choice, which is why it worked.
Worst Dressed (also in no particular order):
Nicole Kidman (Alexander McQueen): This gown was stunning on the runway, but it worked because the hair and makeup were edgy; Kidman's interpretation was overly romantic and too one note. Sickly sweet.
Sarah Jessica Parker (Vera Wang): I love her adventurous sense of fashion, but this didn't work at all. The sleeves were distracting, the dress overwhelming, and her hairstylist needed to find a braid in a color that actually matched her hair.
Carrie Underwood (Iris Serban): This did nothing for her tiny figure, regardless of what you think the insane ruffle top resembles. The Pepto-Bismol pink shade didn't help any.
Sophie Turner (Louis Vuitton): How could LV have gotten it SO right for Ruth Negga, but completely misfired with Turner's gown? One of those fabrics needed an edit (at least). Totally over-designed.
Mandy Moore (Naeem Khan): Was she going to fly away on her broom or practice her Morticia Addams? Funereal and drab.