Posted Tue, October 19, 2010 11:15am EST

Gwyneth Paltrow, Kate Hudson, Anna Kendrick & More! Which Glam Gal Was Best Dressed At ELLE's 17th Annual Women In Hollywood Tribute?

Check out who else turned up and vote for who you think had the best get-up on last night!

While ELLE‘s 17th Annual Women In Hollywood Tribute drew a slew of a-listers like Kate Hudson, Hilary Swank, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Anna Kendrick there were many get-ups that let me down!

For starters, Kate Hudson was a hot mess! While the boho babe usually brings out her best on the carpet, last night was not an example of how she gets glam. Her hair looked like it was half done and the Prabal Gurung spring 2011 dress was ill-fitting on the star.

Another red carpet blunder came from Anna Kendrick — between the fabric and the plunging cut-out between her breasts, her teal get-up was too tacky for my liking.

I was obsessed with Emma RobertsJenny Packham get-up and I was surprisingly impressed with Rachel Zoe — based on her glowing face and her slightly fuller frame in her gorgeous Michael Kors gown, I definitely think the stylist is pregnant! I only hope that she has a little girl to inherit her clothes– like that covetable fur she had draped around her shoulders.

Dakota’s little sister, Elle Fanning, is really stepping into the spotlight — and it doesn’t hurt that every time she steps out she’s looking adorable! The starlet looked age appropriate yet still stylish in a white spring 2011 Marchesa cocktail dress and a pair of mary janes. Elle is the first star to wear a look from the collection — it looks like she beat many stylish a-listers to it!

Both Hilary Swank and Gwyn opted for Calvin Klein frocks. I thought Gwyneth looked so chic in her bright, long-sleeved mini, but I can’t decide how I feel about Hilary’s gold brocade dress — I don’t think it fit her right. Sadly there weren’t many other looks I was fond of, but what did you think of the dresses last night?

Katrina Mitzeliotis

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Posted at 11:47 AM on October 19, 2010  

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