Wednesday 18 October 2017

Red Carpet Wrap: Best and worst dressed

Charlize Theron and Eva Herzigova
Charlize Theron and Eva Herzigova
Rowena Walsh

Rowena Walsh

Who is a style queen and who should be taken away by the fashion police this week?



Best dressed: Charlize Theron

Now this is a lesson in how to look lovely in Lanvin!

Eva, please take note of just how well Charlize is working her Spring 2012 LBD.

Her demure, yet figure-hugging dress, its high neckline balancing out the short hem and revealing split, is a fabulous blend of serious sexiness.

It's just what to wear when you want to convey that you're more than simply a glamorous movie star.

But don't worry, Charlize, we know you're a player.

You are about to collect an award to recognise your work, after all.

But although you've accessorised beautifully with simple strappy sandals and chic gold jewellery, a little bit of eye candy on your arm would really help your look.

Worst dressed: Eva Herzigova

This is the body that launched a thousand billboards, caused several car crashes and prompted countless women to maximise their assets.

So seriously, if you look that good in your underwear, why oh why would you choose to cover up in this frankly ill-fitting draped jersey dress from Lanvin?

And, horror of horrors, it's not even from this season.

It's already been out and about with Cate Blanchett and Julia Roberts.

Whatever next? Will starlets have to take a timeshare in designer duds? We shudder to think.

Anyway, back to Eva who continues to shock with her choice of accessories, a boring black clutch, brown sandals and patterned tights.

It's not so much Hello Boys as Goodbye Glamour.

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