Elizabeth Banks as Effie Trinket In an Alexander McQueen dress made of 10,000 feathers hand painted to look like monarch butterflies, and Iris van Herpen ankle boots –for ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’
Elizabeth Banks - while displaying traditional good looks of a star it's refreshing that she and the other women on my list are much more. With character, strength and comedic confidence these women can more than hold their own with the boys. And they don't have to compromise to do it.
Penny Dreadful ladies and gents! If you're not watching it and are able to handle the mature content(On the level with Game of Thrones), watch it! It is well-crafted and engaging. Also it does well to address modern issues in a Victorian setting while keeping things from veering into anachronism. The navigation of the classic Victorian literary figures is wonderful. Also the twists and turns will leave you floored at times. And by floored I mean on the floor holding yourself crying.