The Best And Worst Dressed At The Met Ball

The Best And Worst Dressed At The Met Ball
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Blake Lively is living proof that if your hair looks fabulous and you've got Karl Lagerfeld on your arm, you can pretty much get away with wearing pretty much anything--even a sparkly body suit topped off by a chiffon toga.

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We're not sure what Christina Hendricks did to Carolina Herrera, but it must have been pretty bad. Why else would the designer stuff Christina's bodacious bod into this shiny ombr nightmare?

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Evan Rachel Wood's aubergine Gucci gown was one of the most stunning dresses of the night. The sheer neckline is very art deco and the dress fits like a glove, making her body look absolutely amazing. Minimal accessories, an architectural updo and a matching mani complete the retro-glam vibe.

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We know the invite said black tie only, but we think Freida Pinto might have taken that a little too literally. This is the couture version of the tacky tuxedo tee.

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We instantly fell in love with Ginnifer Goodwin's gorgeous emerald dress, mostly because the color was such a breath of fresh air amidst all the red and black dresses. Even better, the dress was made by TopShop. Add some hints of turquoise in her necklace and shoes, plus a gorgeous teal eye and you've got the best-dressed girl on the red carpet.

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Sorry Jennifer Lopez, but a faux flower shrug doesn't work on even the most fashion-forward star. It looks like a Home Ec project gone horribly awry.

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On any other actress, this dress might look too much like Grandma's sofa slipcover, but on Emma Stone, it works. That's because the stylish star paired it with a very modern updo and bright pink lip. Krastase celebrity stylist Mara Roszak created the undone chignon because she "wanted to balance Emma's dress, which had a beautiful maturity to it, with hair that felt modern and soft."

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Kristen Stewart just does not know how to work the red carpet. It probably doesn't help that this Proenza Schouler frock looks like it came out of the Twilight For Hot Topic dress collection.

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We call this look "Couture Wednesday Addams" and Christina Ricci is rocking it. We're not usually fans of a tulle fishtail hem, but because the rest of the dress is so gorgeously gothic, it works in this scenario.

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At this point we've kind of given up on Rihanna wearing clothes that aren't see-through. We usually love her daring style, but this just feels a bit lazy for RiRi--very Cher circa 1992.

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