There are a lot of these red carpet photos! I'm still working through them but I wanted to post what I've finished so far so that you can get your red carpet fix.
I'm going to save the full analysis of the outfits until all of them have been posted. I figure the analysis will mean more when you can see all of the pictures.
Enjoy the pictures after the jump.
|Kelly Osbourne in Zac Posen|
She looks lovely in blue especially with her hair this colour. Since I have nothing else nice to say about this dress, I'll say nothing at all.
|Sharon Osbourne in Naeem Khan|
Many people put this dress on the worst-dressed list but I love it. The print is gorgeous and a bit edgy and the style and colour suits her.
|Nancy O'Dell in Theia|
I don't know what to call this colour; it's got a weird greenish-beige tint to it on my monitor. At least the colour is flattering. The silhouette and style are ok if not exactly interesting.
|Brooke Anderson in Michael de Paulo Couture|
Did she agree to wear something made in a fashion reality show that was put together in a day and this was the best of (the very bad) lot? Surely she didn't actually choose this dress, right?
I'm a little tired of fabric that matches the wearer's skintone. Thankfully, this fabric has that print which makes this dress something special. Her shoulders are too bare for my taste, even with those gaudy earrings.
|Katherine McPhee in Donna Karan|
Thank goodness this dress is made of lace because that's the only thing that makes this look interesting. A little bit of colour would go a long way.
|Amanda Peet in Marc Jacobs|
The lace is pretty, and the band at the top is gorgeous. She looks like she was heading for a beach wedding and somehow wound up on this red carpet.
|Taissa Farmiga in Vera Wang|
Sure, the dress is the right length, but she looks kind of dead in that colour and there's nothing flattering about that style. And is that a panty line that I see?
|Callie Thorne in Alberta Ferretti|
This dress must be cut on the bias because it skims over her body. The colour and style are gorgeous on her; while I love the burgundy embellishments, I'm not sure how I feel about them at the knee.
|Jeannie Mai in Ines Di Santo|
How is it that her cleavage points forward, the bodice center points over to the right, and her hips point to the left? That's some amazing contortionism going on there.
|Missi Pyle in Junko Yoshioka|
Either the bodice is weirdly asymmetric or it's her body that's uneven. And I think the wearer needs to be over six feet tall for that skirt to look rightl.
|Morena Baccarin in Edition by Georges Chakra|
The strap down the middle is a bit odd; it's like she decided at the last minute that the neckline was too low and she wanted it covered up.
|Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji|
She looks so sexy! The colour, the style, the fit - everything works together to make her look curvy and gorgeous. If only everyone looked this good!
|Jessica Chastain in Givenchy|
|Stacy Keibler in Valentino|
Oh wow, how lovely is this? The colour is gorgeous and the style is especially flattering. I love the bow on the back because it makes the dress interesting no matter how it's viewed.
|Sofia Vergara in Vera Wang|
The best parts of this dress are the colour and the texture on the lower skirt. Sure, the dress fits her and the colour suits her, but that huge mermaid silhouette is a bit over the top. She looks almost hobbled.
|Freida Pinto in Prada|
She looks like she could remove the skirt and - ta-da! - show some sexy, sparkly skirt underneath. For all I know, this actually happened but no one reported it.
|Rooney Mara in Nina Ricci|
Another strange mermaid dress, only this one also comes with a ginormous ass bow. The bodice is gorgeous and has such promise, so why was it paired with that stiff skirt?
|Viola Davis in Emilio Pucci|
"Look at me! I have a slit that's too far over to the side that I simply MUST show you!" Way to make yourself look short and dumpy, Viola Davis.
photo credits: zimbio.com