Unless noted, all images are from style.com
Sharon Stone in...(I actually don't know the designer) - she looks all kinds of witchy and fun and I love it
Sandra Bullock in Vera Wang - wow, just wow
Natalie Portman in Rodarte - I'm so so happy she showed up in Rodarte (the Mulleavy sisters of course costumed Black Swan) and I think this is just the best awards season dress she's had so far
Mila Kunis in Elie Saab - the color, the daring (somewhat boob-tastic) cut, the fit...it's just perfect
Michelle Williams in Chanel - I loved how demure and sparkly this was...and it was such an improvement over that Valentino daisy mess...
Jennifer Lawrence in Calvin Klein - yowzas! Straight up sexy and I love that she did almost no jewelry and light makeup
Hilary Swank in Gucci - I don't know...I like things that sparkle and I totally think she's working this
Helena Bonham Carter in Colleen Atwood - you all know how much I adore Bon-Carter and this is no exception...especially since she wore the design of the gal who actually won for best costume and was super snarky to Ryan Seacrest on the E! pre-show when he asked about her usually wacky style and she was all like "well Ryan, tonight is really about film and not designers and fashion" (okay, so that's not an actual quote but same s**t different pile)...
Hailey Steinfeld in Marchesa - so pretty and age appropriate, loved it!
Cate Blanchett in Givenchy - I'll admit I was on the fence about this (it kind of looks like her breasts are hatching out of an Easter egg) but the architecture of the gown is perfect and, really, who else could pull this off?
Annette Bening in Naeem Khan - so shiny and sparkly and pretty
Anne Hathaway in Armani Prive - of all Ms. Hathway's hosting gowns this was my favorite
Slightly Less Than Stellar
Reese Witherspoon in Armani Prive - she kind of looked like a Barbie...and I really love Barbie but I just could not get behind this
Melissa Leo in Marc Bouwer - wow, just wow
Marisa Tomei in Lily et Cie 1950 Charles James couture gown - this theoretically would be something I love (tulle! black! (I've actually since found out it's navy but same thing) satin!) but sadly no...it just doesn't fit her right and needs way better accessories
Jennifer Hudson in Versace - is it just me or is this doing odd things to her boobs?
Halle Berry in Marchesa - well, at least she showed up in actual clothes...
Gwyneth Paltrow in Calvin Klein - what in the what?
Amy Adams in L'Wren Scott - I loved this dress (sequins! navy! cap sleeves! sexy slit!), but seriously the necklace did it in
Florence Welch in vintage Valentino - I want to like this, I really do but (aside from the fact that she seems addicted to rocking this washed out lace shade at every event) with the hair and the ruffles it's all Little House on the Prairie meets some weird Oregon Trail-playing cult and I kind of wish that someone who is obviously SO creative would, you know, actually try to be creative sartorially