Jane Krakowski in EscadaPROS: The fabric's pattern and color are gorgeous. It hits the waist at the right place, and the the draping and shape of the shoulder is that perfect extra touch. CONS: I'm not too sure about the large drapery on the hip. It makes the dress look really heavy, I can't help but be reminded of curtains. It's like something is just hanging from the hips.
Olivia Munn in Zac PosenPROS: The structured bodice is very well made and the detail is beyond cute. I like the color on her, too. CONS: The bottom half of the dress has awkward seams (is that one below her hips exposed?). It seems a bit unflattering and can't compare to the bodice.
Kelly Osbourne in Tony Ward CouturePROS: The draping is phenomenal and frames her beautifully. The whole dress fits her so well. CONS: The diamond pattern is intriguing, but I can't say if I fully like it on this dress.
Glee star, Dianna Agron in Carolina HerreraPROS: The lace is gorgeous and the way the bust flows into the skirt is flawless. CONS: I think this dress would be better without the layers, if the gown was one sheath. The layers and the mass amount of lace date this dress. Because of the rusted lace, I agree with some reviews saying this dress lacks youthfulness.
Christina Hendricks in Christian SirianoPROS: The detail at the waist is gorgeous and it is so well made. Christina Hendricks and her figure are fabulous, and this dress highlights her curves perfectly. I'm seriously in love with the bodice to waist detail! Furthermore, the ruffles peeping out from the bottom of the dress are such a cute accent. CONS: The feathers. They are that big of an eye catcher, and I can't tell if I love them or hate them.
Anna Paquin in Alexander McQueenPROS: The beading and top detail is beautiful (have I used that word too much?) I always love McQeen; he is a visionary. The avant garde shoulder to chest piece, while heavy looking, is great. CONS: I don't like it against the black. It loses everything when just plain black is on the bottom half of the dress (more warm colors, beading, or detail would have been nice). The seam across the hips is not doing anything for me, as well.
January Jones in Versace AtelierPROS: I love Versace. The train of this dress falls so nicely and gives the dress a great shape. I love the color, and the idea of partial circles creating this pattern, following the way the dress falls. The avant garde look is headed in the right direction. From her hips to her toes I am really liking the shape and detail.
CONS: I just wish it didn't look like a million little pieces on the dress. It's a cool idea, but because of the choice of blue, I have this image of cut up plastic party cups on a dress designed by a Project Runway competitor during its no fabric challenges. The circles on her chest are really awkward, too. If the same semi-circular shape continued to the bust area, this dress might sit a little better with me. I wonder how much this dress weighs...