best in black.
Karolina Kurkova in Jean Paul Gaultier, brought her A-model game. Her interpretation of Savage Beauty as a black widow is spot on. The vampy lip colour, winged eyeliner and (I'm not sure what to call the amazing leaf accessory on her hand.... ?) palmlet, all add to the theatrical without overpowering or distracting.
Crystal Renn in Zac Posen. Her dramatic, vintage-inspired, Parisian-chic portrayal is the perfect calculating Countess. Crystal is posing and posing hard. Good thing she is a seasoned veteran.
Her hair and makeup are divine. I love love the eyebrows and what a fantastic tangerine red lip.
Christina Ricci, in Zac Posen. He killed it it! This, my Stella McCartney clad friends (more on that later), is how you do Savage Beauty. Over the top intricate gothic spectacle. A delight of cobwebs that have fashionably settled to perfection on Wednesday Adams minute waist. The girls is less than 5 feet tall and owns, I mean owns the grandeur of the gown. Dark, delicious and one of my absolute favourite of the evening.
Sasha Fierce came to play and play hard. This Emilio Pucci gown was savage on Beyonce. Small breaths, tiny steps, and hard posing.
Others seem to be hating on Demi and her 'this is what I would have worn if invited to the Royal Wedding'....but I like! The feathers are on trend and ruffle so delightfully when moving. She is right theme with McQueen (photo below of his 2011 fall collection). Her skin and makeup is positively glowing; she looks as ageless as ever. And, her fascinator is fascinating.
Leighton Meester, in Louis Vuitton. She is not one to shy away away from fashion. Her dress is positively strapping. Her and Vuitton continue to turn heads on the carpet. My only wish was that the dress was a touch shorter or longer. This gives her a slight case of cankles.
I love the slicked back model pony tail. It takes the Gossip Girl right out of her.
Elle Fanning went quirky and uber cute in her Valentino Coutour. Totally age appropriated. Completely poised, confident and smirking at us.
Michelle Williams, in Miu Miu.
Natalia Vodianova, in Valentino with Valentino. What I love about this dress that until I see the huge close up do I notice the huge fanning tubes surrounding her legs.
Joan Smalls in Tom Ford vamped it up.
Diane Kruger, in Jason Wu. The dress is too old hollywood glamour I feel for the event but the duo looked beautiful. That was serious commitment to leg placement for every photo.
Cara Delevingne, who wore Burberry, and Douglas Booth look disgustingly attractive together. I love the row of large serious looking rings on every finger juxtaposition to the silk of the gown.
John Legend looked dashing and one of the few also wearing Alexander McQueen. Now, Christine Teigen I want to love her dress, the feathers, the lace, the beading.... but it leaves little to the imagination. Does she really need to be wearing a plunging bodysuit on top on a see through skirt? If she had taken a bit of the hussy out this would have been one of my favourites.
Shalom Harlow in Marchesa. Usually, I am not a big fan, but this is not typical Marchesa. I expect Shalom to be on the arm of the Mad Hatter this evening.