I loved Diana Agron's Giles Deacon dress with swan cutouts, but she's a beautiful girl and the simplistic natural makeup paired with bright bold red lips was a smart decision. Her overall styling being organic and soft, she was able to pull off this insane gown.
On the other hand, her Glee co-star Lea Michele made a terrible decision with this silvery Marchesa gown that left far too little to the imagination. It reminds me of Britney Spears in her music video for Toxic in that nude body gown with well-placed jewels to cover up the naughty bits. Her styling and makeup also make her look a lot older than she really is, nude lips and smokey eyes are not Lea Michele's best look.
A lot of people loved Emma Stone's ensemble by Lanvin. I do agree that her makeup was done flawlessly, although that maroon color of the dress is really clashing with her hair color and I'm not a huge fan of the dress overall because of the bulk it adds to her rear end. She looked like she was trying to pull off a modern Grecian Goddess look, but aside from her actually just being a pretty girl, I don't think the dress was doing her any favors.
Now onto someone who did black the completely wrong way: Mila Kunis. She looked so drab, depressing, and lame in this dress. It's doing absolutely nothing for her body and her styling is all wrong. Who decided that was going to be a good choice for a hairdo? Really, Mila? I thought you knew better than this. Lame, lame, lame. I can't even believe Dior made this dress, I'm so disappointed. The whole styling and outfit makes Mila look about 10 years older than she actually is.
Nicole Kidman looked the way she normally does: fine. She was wrapped like a mummy in this tight Versace dress which has about a thousand too many studs for my taste, but overall she looked good.
Reese Witherspoon walked down the red carpet in this Zac Posen gown, which was a fairly cute gown, however it was her styling that completely let it down. Do something with your hair, woman, you look like you just fell out of bed. Also, what's with the lack of makeup? Reese isn't as young as she used to be, she needs help from her makeup artist.
Angelina somehow picked something out of Versace's collection that didn't have a million studs, so kudos to you Angy, this is best you've looked in awhile. She's also there to promote her directorial debut for 'In the Land of Blood and Honey' and the dress completely suited the theme of the movie. Her stylist did a great job overall, it's just too bad those oddly-placed tattoos really bring the look down a notch.
In a similar gown, by Dior this time, Charlize Theron wows the crowd. I applaud her for wearing a cute hair accessory to balance out the sexiness of this super low-plunged and high-slit gown. She really could have chosen a low plunged neckline OR the leg slit, it's a little too much sexy for a red carpet.