Hands down, Reese Witherspoon takes the Kojiman Best Dressed Award with her navy blue blue Nina Ricci gown. It's beautiful how the top is simple, and how her skirt just screams gorgeous. The layers are lovely and the fit is perfect. It was a good choice that she didn't go over the top with her jewelry, choosing a low key bangle, and she kept her hair and makeup simple, which didn't compete with her dress. She looked sophisticated and chic, unlike the somewhat tacky attire she wore during her Legally Blonde days. The whole ensemble was balanced, and kudos to Reese and her stylist. If Ryan doesn't want her back after seeing this, nothing will.
I don't know why the critics hated this Valentino dress. I absolutely loved how simple it looked, yet somehow, it still commanded attention. The color was original (not a lot of actresses wear pristine white gowns), the cuts are interesting, though the dress could have looked a little smoother. The shoes (are those Jimmy Choos? They look fucking gorgeous), the clutch, and the bangle coordinated with the dress, and so did her hair. She looks better as a brunette than a blonde, especially with this dress.
This Armani Prive dress by Cate Blanchett is so glam. The fit is ooh la la, especially around the hips. The skirt looks amazing, especially the print around the bottom. The color suits Blanchett well, very seductive.
Hot! Hot! Hot! Jada Pinkett-Smith looks absolutely divine with this gold number by Valentino. The skirt that hugs around the hips and forcefully fans out goes well with the corset, which gives off a stiff quality, but is perfect with Pinkett-Smith's strong features.
I don't know who did this dress but I am absolutely loving it. I am not usually a fan of empire dresses or dresses that are loose, but this gown, on Naomi Watts, is perfect. The gown is simple, accented only by a sash, but it looks absolutely ELEGANT. Maybe it's the 50's inspired hair, or the diamond necklace, but she looks
I've died and gone to Balenciaga heaven. I never knew Ghesquiere made gowns as hot as this. The red gown, with the bow detail looks so good on Nicole Kidman. She looks H-O-T. Although it is very low key, it screams mega hotness. Kidman looks very sexy.
Although this gown does not look like a Versace, this is uber fun! Somehow resembling one of Nicole Kidman's costumes in Moulin Rouge, this shouts SHOWGIRL. The top looks sophisticated, and the skirt looks so FUN.
I love you, but what is this Marchesa dress? It is absolutely horrid. This Grecian inspired empire dress is so not working for you. Why hide your perfect bum under all these? The detail on the top would have worked on a fitted gown but with this? Total nast. The hair would have been gorgeous as well, but everything was ruined because of the ugly fit. Nice color by the way.
The dress looks weird. The top loses its shape thanks to the ugly bow detail (what happened, Valentino?) and the skirt looks like it's for old women. There was even another ugly bow at the train of the gown. Anne Hathaway, you look old. Such a waste, you are a very beautiful girl.
I'm sorry Tata, I love you, but I don't like Beyonce's Armani Prive dress. While Beyonce remains very bootylicious, and her skirt looks chic, the top looks BULKY. What's with that thing stuck on her chest? It makes the top big. She should have left it on the limo. Sorry Tata, not crazy in love with the dress.
Zac Posen, I love you, and I still want to marry you, but this is one hell of a dress. I love the coral inspired detail, but the top looks really UGLY. She could have looked perfect if not for the sleeves. Nast.
Jennifer Hudson. Been hearing a lot about this girl, and I've been hearing good things. But after seeing this... Hmm... When I first saw the jacket, I got stuck at the jacket. The bolero was too strong for the Oscar de la Renta dress, and I never had the chance to appreciate the lovely color of the gown. Wait, are those pockets? Gorgeous hair though.
The best accessory a girl could have is a gorgeous boytoy. Perfect man, perfect hair, perfect smile, perfect designer (that, my dear, is Chanel couture), but oh wait, what the hell happened to the top? Even the gorgeous skirt and detail could not compensate for the disturbing top. That is really nast. Another case of beautiful skirt and ugly top.
I love you, Portia de Rossi, but, EW.
This gown is PERFECT. She looks like a 50s moviestar, with the old-school glitz and glamour. The details are perfect, the colors are amazing, this Proenza Schouler number could have outdressed Reese Witherspoon's, except for the ugly fit. She looks BIG.
The popular designer that night seemed to be Valentino, the dominant style seemed to be the sleeved detail (which I am so not loving), and trains seemed to be all the rage.