14 Best and Worst Dressed at the Costume Designers Guild Awards
Who wore what (and WTF?) at the Costume Designers Guild Awards.
BEST: Mandy Moore
The former teen pop star turned 'it' actress on the hottest show on US television is having a moment. Not everyone can pull off this unusual Jenny Packham gown, but this risk has paid off in spades.
BEST: Meryl Streep
Meryl is a goddess and she glows in this unique design.
BEST: Jane Fonda
Jane Fonda knows how to work a red carpet better than anyone and wants you to know it. 10/10.
BEST: Kathryn Hahn
A successful twist on the little black dress.
WORST: Troian Bellisario
At first glance, this look works for the Pretty Little Liars star. Then you realise the dress is wrinkled and she hasn't bothered to substitute a bra with something with more support.
BEST: Lily Collins
Pretty as a picture. If I could wear it right now, I would.
BEST: Lily Tomlin
A classic look for a classic actress.
WORST: B. Akerlund
As one of the most in-demand stylists and costume designers, B. Akerlund was never going to go for an LBD. But even this is too much.
BEST: Michele Clapton
I'm still undecided about this dress - is it too busy or just right? Either way, Michele pulls it off and makes a case for patterns in the process.
BEST: Amy Landecker
Bright and vibrant while also being event approriate. Nailed it.
WORST: Camille Benaroche
WORST: Angelique Cabral
If this were a debs in 2008, this look would be perfect.
BEST: Paola Nunez
Paolo looks equal parts Amazon, Greek goddess and modern day fashionista in this. It's a very good dress.
WORST: Jess Weixler
If this dress fit properly, it would be a classic. Hair and makeup are perfection though.