Hayden Panettiere in Marchesa: I love the sparkly gold sheath with the blue overlay, but the overlay needed to look less like she had been TP-ed right before stepping onto the red carpet.
Lena Dunham in Prada: One word, MATRONLY! The shape of this dress does nothing to flatter her figure and is not age appropriate (she's 26!) for such a young up-and-comer.
Zooey Deschanel in Reem Acra: First off the look on her face is terrible, not sure who decided use this particular picture as I'm sure there were others where she is smiling. Second of all this color is just drab. The neckline is flattering and I like the layering of the skirt but it's not a complete hit.
Heidi Klum in Alexander Vauthier: I know Heidi is in the middle of divorce (and apparently a budding relationship with her body guard) and probably wants to make sure she looks like she's happy (which she genuinely might be) but to me this is too much. Too much cleavage, too much leg.
Julianne Moore in Christian Dior: First off, apparently is was incredibly hot in LA last night so I can't imagine that those long sleeves and high neckline could have been comfortable. I love it when redheads experiment with color but this yellow is just too much!
Sofia Vergara in Zuhair Murad: I get it, Sofia is muy caliente. I'd like to see her in something different instead of her never ending wardrobe of Jessica Rabbit gowns.
January Jones in Zac Posen: Something about this look is just off. Her hair doesn't seem right, her makeup seems wrong. The dress itself is fun but from the neck up January is lacking.
Morena Baccarin in Basil Soda: This grey color is just great against her skin and the slit in the front is just sexy enough without being vulgar.
Ginnifer Goodwin in Monique Lhuillier: Orange isn't a color you normally see on the red carpet but I like it on Ginnifer with her dark hair.
Giuliana Rancic in Romona Keveza: Oh Giuliana, she just gorgeous in everything she wears. At first glance it looks like she's just wearing a black dress but at closer inspection you see the little details that make it even more special. The asymmetrical neckline with that little pop pointing toward her left shoulder, the satin finish band around the waist and the slit in the skirt make this more than a black dress.
Tina Fey in Vivienne Westwood: Tina can be hit or miss when it comes to her red carpet choices but this one she hit out of the park. The shape of this dress shows off all of her curves, the details on the neckline draw your eye up to her face and the up do with those drop earrings, beautiful!
Claire Danes in Lanvin: Some may say that this dress is a bit on the casual side, but unlike the Oscars I think you can experiment more. In Claire's case I'm sure being comfortable in the heat with a growing baby bump was her first priority. I love this color on her, she looks like a Barbie doll.
Nicole Kidman in Antonio Berardi: Nicole looks amazing (can you believe she's 45?). The detailing on this dress is just beautiful and makes her dress more visually interesting.