Unlike online influence, red carpet influence is one of those things that’s difficult to measure. The best (and worst) dressed awards are often handed out without rhyme or reason. Supermarket tabloids and gossip columnists usually play it safe and give best dressed to stars who go with a cookie cutter gown, while worst dressed goes to anyone who takes a fashion risk. Fashion blogs normally go the other way, praising those who aren’t afraid to look more runway than red carpet, and applying a snooze label to those who play it too safe.
Since there’s no measurable way to tally best and worst dressed, we’ll just add our favorites to the mix.
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