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The Best & Worst Dressed of the 2011 SAG Awards

Jan 31 0 Comments

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Awards season is always a fun time of year for fashion, and the 2011 SAG Awards were no exception. Angie Harmon hands down stole the show, while I think Winona Ryder just hands down stole something by the expression on her face all night. Angie aside, there were some lovely dresses (and certainly a concerted effort from the Golden Globes) but there was a general “average-ness” to most of the ensembles. Not great, not awful, just fine. So kudos to the following ladies who did stand out, and for the ones who were such a bloody mess and couldn’t even just blend in? We’ve still got at least ten more awards shows to try and give it another go.
The Best Dressed
ANGIE HARMON in Monique Lhullier
SOFIA VERGARA in Roberto Cavalli
AMBER RILEY in Anne Barge
ANNETTE BENING in Tony Ward Couture


PAZ DE LA HUERTA in ???
NICOLE KIDMAN in Nina Ricci
Redemption Award!
NATALIE PORTMAN in Azzaro

KATRINA BOWDEN in Max Azria
GIULIANA RANCIC in Ema Savahl

The Worst Dressed…
(Side note: I’m sure you are expecting to see Helena Bonham Carter on here, but in an effort to avoid redundancy I’m just going to give her the honorary lifetime achievement award of CONSISTENTLY WORST DRESSED OF ALL TIME.)

WINONA RYDER: The face says it all: “I hope this designer doesn’t remember I stole this dress from his showroom back in the 80’s and never remembered to return it…”
MILA KUNIS: Killed a black swan?
MELISSA LEO: This just in – Melissa Leo and Star Trek’s Klingon will be expecting their first child in May.
BARBARA HERSHEY: One too many of those Hershey’s kisses and before you know it you start sharting all over your gown.
JENNIFER LAWRENCE: Forever 21 is supposed to knock-off the dress after the awards, you’re not supposed to wear the hot mess to the award. And when they gifted you the blue nail polish, they didn’t actually mean for you to wear it with the dress.
HILLARY SWANK: And you ask why boys don’t cry over you?
EVA LONGORIA: Desperate Housewife seeking fabric and stylist.

Light A Fire and Pour Some Gasoline Glamour on Me

Jan 27 0 Comments

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While doing my daily peruse of the internet looking for unique and interesting things, I came along the most fantrageulous (fantasically outrageous) designer, House of Gasoline Glamour, www.gasolineglamour.com 

I then spent the next two hours salivating over their deliciously edgy low budget to one-of-a-kind couture pieces. Their bio doesn’t state too much about the designers, but I guess in that hipster mentality that sort of makes sense, as at the bottom of the bio page it simply says, “Everything Has Been Done Before. I Just Do It Better.” Oh, how I do love that “I’m too cool for school” attitude but I’m still going to draw as much attention to myself as possible.

As Seen in Italian Vogue
 Their style can be described as very rock and roll but has some strikingly feminine qualities to it too. Think Lady Gaga meets Mick Rock with a big slap of androgyny.
As Seen in Runway Magazine
As Seen on the Cover of YRB Magazine
 Gasoline Glamour gets a pass from me for their rebel attitude; having dressed nearly every celebrity and selling their pieces at over one hundred stores world wide, they have a right to be just as cocky (albeit cliche) as they’d like.
Maria Menounos
Bai Ling
Paris Hilton

Paulilna Rubio
Brooke Shields
Kim Kardashian
Juliette Lewis
Pink
Avril Lavigne
Katy Perry
The brand is divided into four divisions; Gasoline (more generic less expensive), Deluxe Gasoline (higher priced, edgier), Custom Gasoline (ala couture), and Mister Gasoline Scoundrel (more of a men’s feeling than the other lines).
Below I’ve selected a few of my favorite pieces from each of the divisions.
Gasoline
Rebel Bandanna $8
Gun Ring $65
Bullet Necklace $95
 Deluxe Gasoline
Pearl Drip Necklace $1000
Lady Face Ring $95
Spike Gloves $500
Custom Gasoline
Holy Mary Boots (Price Available Upon Request)
Mondo Heart Drip Necklace (Price Available Upon Request)
Chain Drip Shoes (Price Available Upon Request)
Mister Gasoline Scoundrel
Tartan Studded Bow Tie $65
Viking Lock Necklace $20
Skull and Razor Belt Buckle $500

My Top 100 Favorite Contemporary Heels

Jan 26 0 Comments
They say age ain’t nothing but a number, right? So why should heel height be any different? Three inches, four inches, six inches…It just takes a little practice that’s all (and maybe a friend to hold you up).
The images I’ve chosen speak for themselves and are in no particular order. I’d give my right arm for any of these shoes (I don’t particularly care for handbags anyway).  And the ones I do have aren’t going anywhere anytime soon…
So now I present to you, Alexa Winner’s Top 100 Favorite Contemporary Heels

CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN



NICHOLAS KIRKWOOD



CHRISTIAN DIOR




 


SAM EDELMAN

 

CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN



CHRISTIAN DIOR

CHRISTIAN DIOR



GIANFRANCO FERRE



MICHAEL TCHEREVKOFF

VALENTINO

CHRISTIAN DIOR

GUCCI



MASSIMO DOGONA

 

YVES SAINT LAURENT



GIAMBATTISTA VALLI



GUCCI

CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN

 

MIU MIU




YVES SAINT LAURENT



MIU MIU



YVES SAINT LAURENT

 

EMILIO PUCCI





LANVIN



PRADA

CAMILLA SKOVGAARD

ERMANO SCERVINO


 

PRADA

CAMILLA SKOVGAARD



LES COPAINS



FENDI



LOUIS VUITTON

ROBERTO CAVALLI



JEAN-CHARLES DE CASTELBAJAC

NICHOLAS KIRKWOOD



APERLAI




PRADA

DIANE VON FURSTENBERG

APERLAI

JOHN GALLIANO

PRADA



FENDI



VERSACE



CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN



VERSACE




CUSTOM BY GASOULINE GLAMOUR



VERSACE




VERSACE

 


MANOLO BLAHNIK

MARNI
GUCCI
JOHN GALLIANO



VERSACE




MANOLO BLAHNIK



FENDI




CUSTOM BY GASOULINE GLAMOUR
BALENCIAGA
BALENCIAGA

BALMAIN



FENDI



BALMAIN



BRIAN ATWOOD

BRIAN ATWOOD

BRIAN ATWOOD

BRIAN ATWOOD

BRIAN ATWOOD



CHANEL



FENDI



LOUIS VUITTON



ROGER VIVER

CHANEL

LOUIS VUITTON

CHANEL

GIAMBATTISTA VALLI

LOUIS VUITTON

SAM EDELMAN

CHARLOTTE OLYMPIA

CHARLOTTE OLYMPIA

CHRISTIAN DIOR

CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN



CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN




CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN FOR RODARTE



CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN

CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN FOR RODARTE

CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN

CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN

CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN
BALENCIAGA

BALENCIAGA
ALEXANDER MCQUEEN

ALEXANDER MCQUEEN
ALEXANDER MCQUEEN

ALEXANDER MCQUEEN
CUSTOM BY GASOULINE GLAMOUR

CUSTOM BY GASOULINE GLAMOUR



NICHOLAS KIRKWOOD

NICHOLAS KIRKWOOD

NINA RICCI

NINA RICCI

SCHRERER GONZALEZ


VERSACE



Some Things You Just Can’t Live Without

Jan 25 0 Comments
We all have them; those items in our closet that are either outdated, overworn, never worn, or just simply sitting there because they’re too darn pretty to look at and we just don’t have the heart to throw them away. Hoarder? Collector? Call it what you want. I like to refer to my closet as a museum of sorts; there’s a little bit of something in there for everybody and you never know what you’ll come across!
 For me, I could find a legitimate excuse to keep every item in my closet regardless of if I’ve worn it or not(perhaps that’s why despite my 15 foot long closet AND armoir AND chest, I still have clothes overflowing everywhere.



A Glimpse at Part of My Closet
 So here are a few of my favorite things that NO MATTER WHAT, I simply won’t ever let go of. Some of them I’m attached to for sentimental value, others for memories of good times, and some because they simply make me happy no matter what.



Vintage Afghani Necklace Purchased in Laos



Grandmother’s Diamond and Opal Ring

Why Just Use Your Initials When Your Last Name’s Winner? My “WINNER” Goyard Bag

Vintage Studded Bess Boots Worn Out to Perfection

D&G Denim and Tweed Coat from Ninth Grade

YSL Leopard Pumps

Psychedelic Ray-Ban Knock Offs Purchased on the Beach in Thailand

A One of a Kind Maggie Norris Couture Cumberbund

Green Gucci Flats

Vintage Afrghani Belt Purchased in Israel
My First Ever “Designer Handbag,” A Sparkly Pink Fendi from Third Grade

Reconstructed AZIA 1982 Tour Tee

Scarf I Found Sitting Beside a Dumpster Outside a Nightclub

The Classic Chanel Quilted Bag

One of My Favorite Harley Davidson Shirts

The Custom Heatherette Dress I Wore to My 21st Birthday

Vintage Beaded Dress



Vintage Victorian Lace Top



Classic Helmut Lang Blazer

Juicy Couture Cut-Off Shorts From Eighth Grade

Vintage Pucci Dress

Vintage Gucci Torn Up Sweater

Sumo Wrestling Tee Shirt from Japan

Nike Dunks with Neon Laces



“The Soul of The Bowery:” Billy’s Antiques & Props

Jan 24 0 Comments
Have you ever felt that feeling that you’re in the presence of someone great but you’re not entirely sure why you feel that way? I don’t mean “great” in a romantic sense, rather, the sense that your standing next to someone who’s seen more, done more, knows more, and will continue to do more far beyond your wildest dreams? That’s probably the best and only way to describe what it feels like getting the chance to hang out with William “Billy” LeRoy, otherwise known as the legendary owner of Billy’s Antiques and Props on Houston and Bowery.
“Storefront”
Having lived near Billy’s Antiques for nearly two years now, I was well aware of who he was (in presence at least), but we had very little to converse about and needless to say, he can actually appear somewhat intimidating. If I didn’t know better (and now I heard it from the horses mouth and do) I could easily have mistaken him for one of those hard-edged wheeling and dealing Hell’s Angel’s that run the streets of the Lower East Side. Looks can be deceiving though, and I hate to use this word, but Billy’s probably one of the coolest DUDES I’ve ever met.
Billy Now Beside a Painting of Billy at Age 38 by LA Based Artist Helen Garber
College educated, street smart, an interest in the obscure and absurd, a no-bullshit attitude, and behind that taxidermy baboon that sits at his front desk, a super sweet and gentle side; perhaps I quite like Billy so much because he reminds me of myself just a bit. And like myself, you can’t quite pinpoint exactly what Billy does, why he does it, or when he’s going to do “it” next, but it takes a rare breed like us to be okay with that.
The African Baboon Keeping an Eye on Billy’s Desk
Most know Billy as the owner of Billy’s Antiques; to others he’s recognized as the crazy man who staged a mock scene of his own death on the Bowery http://www.nypost.com/p/pagesix/item_Ld7kAuA0LN7HWqYeEXohsN , some see him on the red carpet or walking the streets of downtown with his endless rolodex of celebrity friends, plenty recognize him for his films, www.dirtyoldtownmovie.com and http://vimeo.com/16864313, and undoubtedly he’ll have a whole new set of groupies when his shirtless debut appears in Italian Vogue next month. Spontaneous? Sure. But that’s what not only makes Billy so interesting, but what keeps people as famous as Dustin Hoffman and Paz de la Huerta to the average Houston street Joe and quirky 22 year-olds like myself coming back to his shop for more and more.

Banksy Documentarian and World Renowned Street Artist in His Own Right, MBW (Mr. Brainwash) and Billy

Billy with Musician Anton Newcombe of the Jonestown Massacre

Billy with Legendary Street Artist Shepard Fairey

Actor Dustin Hoffman and Billy



“Billy’s Crew” at the Premiere of Old Dirty Bastards (Shit, I Wish my Crew Rolled that Deep)



The Legendary Coffin: Used in a Spread for Italian Vogue by Paz De La Huerta (See Below) as Well as Featured in Don Peyote Film

Paz de la Huerta and Billy

 Recently I purchased a plasticized human skeleton from Billy, which I intend to hang in the corner of my bedroom but have yet to find a man to help me hang it! > yes, that’s directed at you D.H…right now “Rubin” the skeleton chills on my living room couch. Point being, whilst purchasing my cadaver of sorts (albeit while carrying a $1,500 Goyard bag in 5″ heels) Billy and I hit it off and he graciously agreed to sit down with me and let me inquire about some of his most interesting findings. 

Rubin

So, I’m sure you’re already wondering, what’s the most interesting thing he’s come across? While there are far too many to list, the first thing that did come to mind was (what he or the medical community, TBD) refer to as “lion’s boy;” a deformed baby with a hairy face that resembled a lion that was kept in a jar of formaldehyde for scientific study…I think…

Another one of Billy’s most prized finds came from a drunk man who claimed he had a tiger in his apartment (for those of you reading this blog who don’t live in Manhattan, having a drunk man tell you he has a tiger in his apartment isn’t really that odd…I promise). What is odd is that Billy believed him and followed the drunk man to his apartment where low and behold, he did indeed have the ONLY real taxidermy Javanese tiger in the entire world. How he got it? Who the hell knows (and frankly, I’m not sure I want to). But Billy walked off that day with a nice $40,000 paycheck for coming across such a rarity. What I forgot to ask Billy is if the man was drunk enough to sell it to Billy or if he just gave it to him: Billy, feel free to comment…
Naturally, I was curious as to how one deems the value of such odd and eccentric items. While there was no straight answer, having been in the business of antiques for over two decades Billy seems to know something special when he sees it, thus pricing it accordingly so. When asked how much the toilet bowl below was going for, Billy’s beautiful wife replied $3,000, only to get a snide remark from a street passerby. What the person didn’t realize is the marked up toilet bowl is actually the work of famed contemporary artist LA2 and an homage to Marcel Duchamp. So what if it’s sitting next to $15 candle sticks?

LA2’s $3,000 Toilet

Billy has acquired many incredible things over his decades of antiquing; things like original paintings from John Wayne Gacy ($3,000 a pop in case you were wondering) to centuries old Tibetan Skulls encrusted in silver. The sad part is, Billy’s Antiques is the last of what used to be over 150 stores similar to his on the Bowery strip due to the steep incline in real estate value in the neighborhood. (To put it in perspective, designer John Varvatos rents a store which is about four blocks away at roughly the same size, and he pays $45,000 per month in rent…That’s a whole lot of Javanese Tigers to pay the bills).

There is an old saying in New York that you’re really not a New Yorker unless you’ve watched your favorite restaurant open and disappear. While I wasn’t there for the opening, the idea of the closing is actually quite heartbreaking. To conclude, I’ve snapped a few photos of some of my favorite items currently in the store and for those of you New Yorkers out there reading this, if you support any of the arts, help keep the creativity alive that makes New York so special alive and check out Billy’s Antiques (just don’t piss in the LA2 toilet).


Uniform Worn by WWII Communist in Concentration Camp



Skull with Prussian Helmet

1920’s Hand-Carved Wedding Statue from Bali
Bill Squared (Not for Sale)
Eagle Prop from Hollywood Film “The Good Shepard”

1940’s Straight Jacket from Bellevue Hospital

Original Cover Art from Lou Reed’s 1979 Album “Take No Prisoners”

A Real Woman’s Heart Plasticized and Graffiti’d by Artist LA2

A Painting Commisioned by an “Unknown” Narcissist on the Lower East Side..Guesses Anyone?
So, my overall opinion of Billy and his collectibles? Well personally I’d give him two big high-fives, but unfortunately Mexican General Pancho Villa can’t do the same because we’ve got his trigger finger cut off in a case.


Green with Envy

Jan 23 0 Comments
As seen at this years Golden Globes green seemed to be the color of choice and frankly, I couldn’t be more excited. Green has always been my favorite color and I’m elated to see it making such a prounouced appearance on the runways, movies and high streets. Green is one of those rare colors that can be worn by literally ANYBODY as there are so many shades to choose from; deep olives, bright limes, luxurious emeralds…there’s literally a green for everyone.  Below are a few of the most memorable green dress moments to date.

Camilla Bella in Max Azria

Jennifer Connelly in Balmain

Victoria Beckham in 50’s Vintage



Angelina Jolie in Max Azria



Catherine Zeta-Jones in Monique Lhullier

Kate Moss in Kate Moss for TopShop

Keira Knightley in Jacquelline Durran

Angelina Jolie in Atelier Versace
Additionally, a few of my other favorite greens online…

Balenciaga Pumps

Balmain Jacket

Ben Amun Earrings

Fendi Tote

Carvela Pumps

Fendi Cuff

Alexander McQueen Skirt

Kish Vasha Ring

Balmain Tee

Herve Leger Skirt

Hermes Ostrich Skin Birkin Bag

Christian Louboutin Flats

Lorraine Schwartz Earrings

Ray-Ban Tinted Sunglasses

J-Brand Cargo Leggings

Defining and Combining: Art, Fashion, and Digital Media

Jan 21 0 Comments
Prada is one of many designers following a trend that is to breech and push the barriers between what defines (and what combines) fashion, art, and digital media. Although this particular piece was created in 2008, it is one of my favorite examples of what it means to experiment with different types of fashion-based media. The video which I am referring to is entitled “Trembled Blossoms.” The intent of the video was for it to be a conjunction with Miuccia Prada’s S/S 2008 collection, which believe it or not, was inspired by wallpaper designs developed largely in part by artist James Jean. At only 4 minutes and 55 seconds long, I highly recommend viewing this film not only as inspiration, but even for those less interested in fashion it has an eerie way of encapsulating you and evoking and odd sense of tranquility.
Other examples of monumental recent experimentation’s of collaborating digital media and art with fashion include the iconic holographic image of Kate Moss used at Alexander McQueen’s 2006 F/W runway show;

Marc Jacobs’ 2003 commission of Japanese born artist Takashi Murakami to redefine the classic Louis Vuitton emblem;
and Karl Lagerfeld’s Zaha-Hadid designed “Chanel Mobile Art Pavillion,” featured on display in New York’s Central Park in 2008.
So, what’s next, WIFI detecting tee-shirts? Oh wait, that’s already been done too, and for $29.99 you can buy one from ThinkGeek.com for you or your super cool boyfriend.

Armani you might NOT have to Exchange!

Jan 19 0 Comments
I happened to bop into Armani Exchange on a whim yesterday, and found this fantastic pairs jeggings (yes, I cringe at the word too, jean + leggings = jeggings) on sale! The more a perused, the more I realized they actually had some really incredible pieces, and at majorly affordable prices. My personal favorite? This pair of J22 Moto Denim Leggings on sale from $98 to $49. As described on their website, armaniexchange.com, “These moto denim leggings have unique stitching and ponti insets over the knees and inner calves adding a sporty, sexy element to a basic piece.” Additional details include a moto seam details throughout and black ponti insets on outside of legs and inside calves. The low rise 72% cotton, 27% polyester, and 2% spandex make the pants super comfortable while still mainting that tough moto denim quality. 
 And for the men in your life, Anna-Lynn McCord actually does a decent job narrarating some of the best looks Armani Exchange has to offer for guys. My personal favorite? The red flannel hoodie…but you’ll have to check the video clip below to see it!

Get N Style with NMRKT

Jan 19 0 Comments
I really mean this when I say it is always such a joy to see friends when they have truly found their calling and passion in life, and one of my closest friends, Julia Jacobson, is on the verge of a major career explosion based off of a concept uniquely developed by this Brown alumnus with beauty and brains.
Sidenote – Julia if you are reading this I want those shoes!!!
I am pleased to be one of the first to present to you Julia’s new venture, NMRKT, an amazing new website founded by Julia, another fellow Chicagoan and fashionista (yes, we do exist in the midwest).
Julia and I ironically enough grew up in Chicago, attending the same school for ten years, but we barely ever spoke a word to one another. Being a few years older than me, I thought Julia was “far too cool” to talk to. Well, Julia’s still pretty damn cool and is far ahead of me in so many ways, but as we both call NYC our home now, we have also begun to both call one another very close friends (largely in part to many late nights at Beatrice and Butter, but a true friendship nonetheless).  

After attending college at Brown, Julia started her career in the fashion industry in the Bloomingdale’s buying office focusing on menswear. Recently she has progressed to free-lance buying for various NYC boutiques while she prepares for the upcoming launch of her new business; a men’s and women’s online retail, NMRKT.com. Julia’s style is difficult to define as it is constantly ever changing; the girl is not afraid to take risks. One thins if for certain, you will always find her in fun, edgy, and super eclectic pieces that she attributes as an inspiration to her mother, who’s Japanese, avant-garde designer filled closet was a regular playroom for her growing up. Julia also counts the current eclectic group of friends she hangs out with as muses for her too.
The basic premise of NMRKT.com is that it is an online retailer centered around you, the shopper. As a user of the site, you enjoy discounts and incentives simply by interacting with all the different features on the site. Vote for what you want sold, watch interactive film lookbooks, share with friends, and most importantly, SHOP! Best of all, the site is in the process of becoming equipped with a “Clueless” inspired virtual closet (Cher! Dion! Where are you???!)
Enjoy this teaser clip from NMRKT (also featuring two other girls I went to high school with who have moved from Chi-town to New York, the beautiful Jenna Levine in leopard and Ariana Venturi in gold…who ever said Chicago girls were boring?!) 
click below
NMRKT.com officially launches in early February, but you can sign up on the site now to be notified as to when it goes live. Having been privy to some of the inventory they are shooting, as Julia shot me in a fantastic space themed vest and gorgeous sheer dress (albeit in 18 degrees atop a 6 floor rooftop) I can tell you that you are in for an amazing new online shopping experience that will not only introduce you to some fantastic looks and new designers, but will also begin to shape the way of the future for virtual online shopping.
A still shot of what is to be part of a 30 second interactive video of me in the look.
For more information on NMRKT, visit NMRKT.com or contact CEO and
Buyer Julia Jacobson, 773.627.6919

The Best & Worst Dressed of the 2011 Golden Globes

Jan 17 0 Comments
I probably should have just made this the worst dressed list, because if anyone else reading this was half as underwhelmed by the choice of clothing shown at the Globes last night as I was then they would understand why. Honestly, and I’m not just saying this because I work as a stylist, there is NO excuse for a celebrity to look anything less than mediocre on a night as important as the Golden Globes. The amount of unbelievably stunning dresses that exist in this world is beyond digits. I find it to be nothing short of a travesty for a stylist to put their client in many of the looks that I saw last night. Looking great when you have the means to do so is very simple whether you are a size 0 or a size 10. If you’re feeling particularly lazy: find a designer that has fit you well in the past, pick the best look from their current runway collection, and literally cut and paste! The designers have already done the hard work, they know how the makeup should look, they know what type of shoe is appropriate with what dress; 80% of the work has already been completed. Add a stylist with a refined eye and a client with posture and confidence and BOOM, you’ve got a winner (no puns intended).
I am not mocking myself or anyone in the industry but it doesn’t take a genius to make someone look good or even “interesting;” it simply takes effort and passion. So dare I say, has Hollywood lost that?
Off of my rant and now onto the list…
(*Photos Courtesy of Life.com)

THE BEST DRESSED

ANGELINA JOLIE in Atelier Versace

ANNE HATHAWAY in Armani Prive

HELEN MIRREN in Badgley Mischka

JULIE BOWEN in Tadashi Yohji

JULIANNE HOUGH in Marchesa


The Worst Dressed

CHRISTINA AGUILERA: Just because she stars in the movie Burlesque, doesn’t mean she has to dress in the discarded wardrobe from the movie too.

EMMA STONE: Such a pretty face, if only I could find where the dress stopped and she began.

HALLE BERRY: Just because you’ve got it, doesn’t mean you need to flaunt ALL of it. I’m hoping this was a mix up with the dress you intended to wear to the Batman Premiere.

HEIDI KLUM: Actresses can get a break for looking bad; supermodels have no excuse. Unless she came right from a beach party and was licking a popsicle, this is unacceptable.

HELENA BONHAM CARTER: I know security is tight at the Globes, but were they not checking the purses for drugs?

JENNIFER LOPEZ: We get it, you and Marc Anthony like to renew your vows.

JENNIFER LOVE HEWITT: Bridesmaid to Jennifer Lopez?

JULIANNA MARGUILES: If you’re going to steal something from the Golden Globes, make it a Golden Globe, not a table cloth.

JULIANNE MOORE: You leave me wanting so much LESS (especially on your left arm).


MICHELLE WILLIAMS: God bless my grandmother but it was so cruel of you to steal her sheets.

NATALIE PORTMAN: I tried to give you a pass because you are pregnant, but that still doesn’t mean you can get away with looking like a baby shower centerpiece.

OLIVIA WILDE: Kind of like a vertical mullet: party on the bottom, business on the top.

SANDRA BULLOCK: Channeling Michelle McGee?

TINA FEY: Your comedy is best left for SNL, there is nothing funny about this dress.

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