I can't find out where Nicole Richie (who's she?) got this dress. I think that might be because it came from the Carpet Warehouse. The back is daring and shows off her delicate tattoos but that gives her limited options for posing successfully.
Silver's always a tricky number in my experience. How did YSL make lovely Kate Winslet look as if she designed this at evening class?
Ouch. Did Mariah Carey borrow this off a police woman? I thought Valentino was a bit suspect since the maestro retired. Tits or thighs, Mariah. Not both.
New textile technology and a milk jug design by Armani doesn' t do Jennifer Lopez any favours. How did she pour herself into this?
Am I missing something here? I love Chanel normally. It's a jury rig and that seam down the front is annoying. Sarah J -P looking for Sex at the Oscars?
Chanel again on Diane Kruger. Make up your mind, Mr. Lagerfeld. I'm afraid this is another of those dresses that teenagers draw with felt pens on the back of their exercise books.
A beautiful woman, Vera Farmiga, turned into a raspberry fool. I know that's cruel but this number is revolting. Could it be improved without the matte side panel?
This Dior dress worn by Charlize Theron got the thumbs down from The Guardian website where I found these pictures, but the more I look at it the more I love it. It is fabulous duchesse satin (cf. the quality of Bigelow's) and a sublime combination of colours. The train gives it real Hollywood glamour and the cheeky roses are sweet. It's the most successful of all the risk-takers.