The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Los Angeles premiere had a full range of fashion hits and misses.
We've rounded up the Catching Fire's red carpet best and worst dressed contenders--but we want you to weigh in on whose look you loved and who you thought missed the mark.
Best Dressed: Jennifer Lawrence's sheer Dior gown was an absolute fashion risk, but it paid off with such an incredible wow factor! Jennifer is always flawless, but we have mad love for this totally unexpected look.
Worst Dressed: Kylie Jenner's dress was flattering enough, but we would have loved to see her in something a little more fun with a little less dramatic makeup. Plus, kill the boots.
Best Dressed: Jena Malone rocked sheer in a totally different way, with a golden cutout gown that revealed just enough, but not too much--if you know what we mean.
Worst Dressed: Ashlee Simpson channeled a 70s disco vibe with a fringy mermaid style dress and big hair. Imagine that dress without the whole bottom fringe and it would have been a much better look.
Best Dressed: Elizabeth Banks knocks it out of the park every single time. We love how her red strapless Versace dress hugs every curve, the golden detailing, and her subtle hair and makeup. Perfection.
Worst Dressed: Bella Thorne's dress was the same one Kacy Musgraves wore at the recent 2013 CMAs and we weren't a fan of the look then. Still not loving that rosey sheer overlay.
Best Dressed: Willow Shields kept her look appropriately youthful with her rose printed floor length gown (big fans of her hair and makeup too!). We would have liked her in something a bit shorter, but she was lovely.
Worst Dressed: Sarah Hyland shimmered in gold and while we thought the color and length were great, we were less than impressed with the style of the skirt and the strange detailing at the top. Maybe it looked better in person?
Best Dressed: Zoe Kravitz made a statement in a unique little black dress that graced her shoulders in the most elegant way. Bonus points for beautiful hair, makeup and jewelry.
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