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Any red carpet that plays host to Sharon Stone, Amanda Seyfreid, Joan Smalls, and Lou Reed will inevitably be one for the books. Case in point: The Lovelace premiere.
There’s nothing like stark white or a good old fluorescent to set off a summer tan, and it looks like the ladies of the French Riviera have been spending some time at the beach — or at least getting a very good faux glow. In today’s installment of Cannes Film Festival gorgeousness, see Kylie Minogue, Jessica Chastain, Sharon Stone, and a whole bevy of gussied-up models fête Cleopatra, Chopard, Bulgari, and more.
It’s no secret that we think Hillary Clinton is pretty much the coolest Secretary of State to ever hit the Hill. We also happen to think “Benny and the Jets” is up there with the most fail proof of karaoke tunes. So we’re pleased to see that last night, Sir Elton joined Clinton to be honored by the Human Rights Commission, the Global Equity Fund and the Elton John AIDS Foundation in Washington, D.C.
Among a sea of fairly standard red carpet getups, a few ensembles stood out as being pretty awful. Whether they were downright dumb or just painfully boring, the looks that we have deemed the Oscars‘ worst stand in stark contrast to the ones we loved.
Basically, every Hollywood celebrity and their mother was out and about last night for a myriad events that ran the gamut from Tom Ford‘s Los Angeles store opening to a Forevermark party for Michelle Williams to the Hollywood Reporter’s Big 10 fete to Vanity Fair’s soiree celebrating Fox Searchlight Films. And the worst part of all this is that, instead of banding together (to make our lives easier, natch), our favorite style stars decided to divide and conquer.
Walking the red carpet is a daunting task for any celebrity — the fear of wardrobe malfunctions, interview snafus, and worst dressed lists loom . But while most sartorial slip-ups eventually fade, a few live on forever. In honor of the upcoming Golden Globes, we’ve put together a list of the all-time worst dressed celebrities to ever attend these tony awards. And while some entries are obvious — ahem, Lara Flynn Boyle — some may surprise you. Who would have thought the words Diane Kruger and Marchesa would go together so terribly.