Florence Welch, howling frontwoman of Florence + The Machine, has chopped her red mermaid locks for a boyish bob.
Here’s the old ‘do. What say you? Yay or nay?
Emma Stone and Rosario Dawson showed up in leather-like dresses with runches that settled perfectly around their curves. [Also: keep an eye out for Emma Stone—it looks like she’s the new Lindsay Lohan (pre-coke). The husky-voiced redhead is set to star in a few dramas and indie comedies with big names in 2011 and 2012. And this fall’s Easy A looks like it’ll be too much fun.]
Sofia Vegara– Who can say no to form fitting glitter? Wow.
Florence Welch (of Florence and the Machine)
I love the old-school glamour of this dress, and am humored by what appears to be a zipper going down the middle.
Everyone is asking: Did Lady Gaga’s meat dress make a statement? Or was it tasteless? My verdict: statement. If everyone is going to cut all of the attendees up for what they wear, like a piece of meat, why not actually wear a piece of meat? Brilliant! Tongue in cheek! She’s making fun of herself! And the rest of them! And critics like me! I’m even making fun of me! I get it.
Men in Black
As per usual with the VMAs, lots of men showed up in casual wear—jeans and jackets—but made it classy by going all-black. Lots of the boys, like Usher and Justin Timberlake, tucked their pants into boots. New trend?
But Ne-Yo bucked the all-black trend quite nicely.
Should’ve stayed home
Evan Rachel Wood– Love the new red hair, but eat a sandwich, please. Looks like you’re thirty seconds from death.
Will.I.Am and Nicki Minaj went galactic.
Katy Pery managed to be overdone and barely clothed.
Audrina Partridge of The Hills did too much of a good thing: Sparkles are always awesome, but the belts and the ringed shoes seem more appropriate in a spaceship. In a 60s movie.
And Pharrell Williams wore red knickers? Huh?
But what do YOU think? Did you like the knickers? The space shoes? Hate Florence’s zipper? Comment away!