Even with personal stylists, make-up artists, and sometimes even their own lines, celebrity fashion can be right on target or way off the mark. Here’s a look at this week’s best and worst celebrity looks, some hits, mostly misses
Hit: At the Blue Valentine premier, Michelle Williams looks sweet in this short lace party dress with demure details like poofed three-quarter length sleeves, pockets, and a boat neck.
Her platform cork sandals and cropped platinum hair add a touch of edginess.
Miss: Kristin Cavallari’s billowing fringed tunic looks like it could either be an old Tiffany lampshade or a Stevie Knicks castoff. Good thing she has that ridiculously oversized clutch to hide behind.
Hit: Anne Hathaway looks comfortable and chic as she channels the 70’s at the 25th Annual Drama Desk Awards in this flattering black pantsuit that is perfectly accessorized with chandelier earrings, pumps, a statement ring, and soft waves.
Miss: Every woman needs a well-cut suit for occasions when she needs to look her most professional, like job interviews, business lunches…or court appearances.
Lindsay Lohan’s plunging neckline seems less-than-appropriate for the latter, and while the fashion jury is still out on the actress’ seductive attire, the real judge ordered her to wear a new accessory – an alcohol-monitoring anklet.
Hit: Kirsten Dunst wows on the red carpet at Cannes in this 30’s-inspired electric robin’s egg blue Chanel dress. The draping at the bust creates shape to the otherwise sleek sheathe, and the collar and the buttons at the back give the gown a vintage touch.
Miss: Eva Longoria Parker and Victoria Beckham make for a disastrous duo at "A Night of Fashion and Technology With LG Phones."
Longoria Parker’s dress incorporates too many elements with beading, ruffles, studs, a big bow and a sheer top, and raccoon eye-makeup as icing on the over-the-top cake. It’s a shame that Beckham didn’t wear one of her own terrifically tailored designs, because her shapeless silk mini-dress looks unfinished.