So, let’s get to it…
My number one choice for best dressed female is Reese Witherspoon. Reese looked very elegant and beautiful in a midnight navy, one-shouldered dress by Armani.
To round out the top five (OK, 6) best females…
Jennifer Aniston in Valentino – sexy and revealing, but tasteful!
Rose Byrne (“Damages”) in Lanvin – love the clean lines and purple color
Zoe Saldana in Louis Vuitton - it's a beautiful color and the multi-tier look works on her waify frame
Heather Graham in Elie Saab - pure glamour
Diane Kruger in Christian Lacroix - she gets kudos for color, plus "it’s Lacroix, darling, sweetie, darling!"
OK, now the fun part! I am torn between Cher and Drew Barrymore for the worst dressed award, so I’ve decided to call it a tie. Cher’s lacing detail on the shoulder accentuated her broad shoulders making her look even more like a drag queen, while Drew looked like she was being attacked by sea creatures.
Rounding out the top five worst…
Mary Poppins…uh, I mean Tina Fey – when will she get a decent stylist?
Julianne Moore – how could her escort, Tom Ford, allow her to wear this frumpy and tacky dress?
Jennifer Morrison ("House") in Luis Antonio – I think this Puerto Rican designer was inspired by the crumpled papers he must have been throwing on the ground with every failed attempt at sketching something aesthetically pleasing!
Christina Hendricks chose to wear a creation (for lack of a better word) by Christian Siriano (former Project Runway winner). Bad choice. The asymmetric ruffle extending across the bottom and falling on her right hip makes her look WIDE. Oh, you didn’t notice the ruffle? You were too busy staring at her giant breasts that refuse to be contained by the flimsy bodice?
Since I’ve only given myself five picks for the best and the worst, I’ve reserved a few more that I will put into a category called “other interesting ensembles.”
Chloe Sevigny as a Portuguese Man o' War
Tea Leoni in David Duchovny's shirt?