Red Carpet Wrap: best and worst dressed
Published 30/04/2010 | 05:00
Who is a style queen and who should be taken away by the fashion police?
Best dressed: Scarlett Johansson
Oh, the joy of married life. All those cosy nights in with a DVD, a bottle of wine and only your honey for company -- bliss!
Dressing down is the new dressing up, y'know. But what happens when duty calls, and those pesky paparazzi turn up to capture every moment? And, even worse, you'll be posing beside Gwyneth 'check out my pins' Paltrow. Well, no girl will take that lying down, even if she is famous for doing just that in those D&G ads.
Time to pull out all the stops, and Scarlett has it sussed. All it takes is a little sparkle mixed with some serious fashion (aka an Armani Privé dress) and a bit of lippie. That's the perfect definition of Scarlett Fever!
Worst dressed: Hofit Golan
Don't worry, we've no idea who she is either. Normally, we wouldn't waste a single second concerning ourselves about such an obviously desperate wannabe but after we spotted her at three separate red-carpet events, it was time to take action.
A quick internet search revealed that Hofit Golan is apparently an Israeli socialite.
But we really hope that she's actually a Mossad spy in heavy disguise.
After all, she's at the premiere of The Backup Plan and Israel's secret service is quite good at those. It must be an in-joke.
Could there be any other explanation for such a horrendous outfit?! Yes, she's paying homage to the current trend for all things '80s and, yes, her dress is by edgy designer David Koma, but teamed with white FMBs and a bargain-basement clutch, Hofit looks the epitome of tackniess.
Still it gets her into the paper, so that's presumably mission accomplished.