A novel idea: Attending the Oscars disguised as a tube of mascara.
I thought they only made bridesmaids' dresses in that color.
It's really very clever the way they bunched up the fabric at the hip to hide her parasitic twin.
The 1970s are calling. They want their dress back.
Nick Nolte failed his saving-throw versus brain drain but at least his hair is combed.
When in doubt just bunch a fitted sheet up into a skirt on one of Billie Jean King's old tennis outfits.
It's a shame somebody leached all the chlorophyll out of that kelp or it would have made a nutritious after-party salad.
This Bettie Page waxwork looks almost lifelike. Though I"m unclear on why she evidently has only one leg and why her bosom is framed by pieces of the Sidney Opera House.
Penelope was one of the many Hollywood beauties who wore stiletto heels to the dress fitting but opted to wear flats on the red carpet. Either that or there's a new style in dresses that don't actually open at the bottom.
This lovely little number was pieced together from the table skirts and lampshades at a bordello.
Meryl Streep was in a hurry and didn't have the time to have the fabric actually sewn into a dress. Toga! Toga! Toga!
You'd think Mr. Darcy's wife wouldn't be reduced to stealing a dress from an old trunk that used to belong to the Lennon Sisters.
Her dress is climbing up her neck and attempting to strangle her.
Gary Oldman looks goofy, sorry, and his date stole her dress from Morticia Addams.
Morticia's closet is still not safe.
Sandra Bullock has been reduced to raiding the estate of Margaret Dumont.
There was nothing left in Morticia's closet so she had to steal the draperies.
The dresses and the drapes were taken, but Morticia's shower curtain makes a passable dress.
The Addams home has been gutted.