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14 Best and Worst Dressed of Golden Globes 2015

BEST

1. Emma Stone

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Emma Stone in a Lanvin jumpsuit with Ofira jewels.

Prediction based on this ensemble: Emma Stone will be THE Manic Pixie Dream Girl of 2015.

2.. Kate Hudson

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Kate Hudson in Atelier Versace and Forevermark jewelry.

Stomach slits and a plunging neckline rarely amount to good taste, but Kate Hudson and the seasoned pros at Atelier Versace make it more than work in this sleek white gown.

3. Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller in Miu Miu and Tiffany & Co. jewelry.

Sienna Miller in Miu Miu and Tiffany & Co. jewelry.

Embellishment inspired by magical fairy wonderlands done right. Sienna Miller would be a magnificent wood nymph.

4. Julianne Moore

Julianne Moore in Givenchy Couture.

Julianne Moore in Givenchy Couture.

Although accepting an award on Alzheimers, Julianne Moore did not forget how to dress. I wish I could say the same for the rest of Hollywood.

5. Chrissy Teigen

Chrissy Teigen in Zuhair Murad with Lorraine Schwartz jewels.

Chrissy Teigen in Zuhair Murad with Lorraine Schwartz jewels.

If you look up “jaw droppingly gorgeous”, a picture of Chrissy Teigan’s 2015 Emmy dress should appear. Simultaneously sophisticated and sexy, this sheer floor length stunner is sensuality embodied.

6. Lupita Nyong’o

Lupita Nyong'o in Giambattista Valli Haute Couture with Chopard jewelry.

Lupita Nyong’o in Giambattista Valli Haute Couture with Chopard jewelry.

Showing off her toned shoulders with a strapless neckline, Lupita looks gorgeous in royal purple yet again. I love the lush layers of fabric and color blending.

7. Felicity Jones

Felicity Jones in Dior and Van Cleef & Arpels jewelry.

Felicity Jones in Dior and Van Cleef & Arpels jewelry.

The new old look: a classic Dior silhouette is modernized with a deep emerald wash.

Worst

1. Claire Danes

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Claire Danes in a dress by Valentino and Lorraine Schwartz jewels.

Claire Dane’s odious Golden Globes outfit is the unwanted offspring of a tacky scarf and frumpy dress.

2. Keira Knightley

Keira Knightley in Chanel.

Keira Knightley in Chanel.

In a recent interview, Keira Knighley said it took 30 people to create this Chanel monstrosity. 30 people should be fired losing their jobs right about now. Also, who thought “there aren’t enough butterflies already in this look, let’s add a butterfly clutch”? Because that person should look into another field. Maybe one in an actual field.

3. Maggie Gyllenhal

Maggie Gyllenhaal in Miu Miu.

Maggie Gyllenhaal in Miu Miu.

Could Maggie Gyllenhall not find anyone to lend her jewelry? Like you didn’t want to slap anything, anything at all for a major televised awards show?

4. Melissa McCartney

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Melissa McCarthy in a black and white dress with a Carla Amorim ring and Doves by Doron Paloma earrings.

Who is the genius that put Melissa McCarthy in ruffles and a massive freaking bow? She’s a full figured woman, not a toddler.

5. Robin Wright

Robin Wright in Ralph Lauren.

Robin Wright in Ralph Lauren.

Is Robin Wright depressed? Is Ralph Lauren depressed? I’m genuinely concerned. This is concerning.

6. Jemima Kirk

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An albino bat crashed the red carpet.

7. Tea Length Triple Terror

Julianna Margulies

Julianna Margulies in Ulyana Sergeenko

Julianna Margulies in Ulyana Sergeenko

Julianna whipped this look up from some old curtains in her spare time because she’s really into DIY right now.

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Tina Fey in Antonio Berardi.

Tina Fey in Antonio Berardi.

Sprinkles is now designing formalwear.

Kerry Washington

Kerry Washington in Mary Katrantzou.

Kerry Washington in Mary Katrantzou.

Kerry Washington looks like an actual angel, which makes whoever put her in this tea length color blocked eyesore at minimum a lesser demon.

You don’t do ankle length with petite women and this is why: it cuts them off. Down with dressing adult women like American Dolls.

Fierce 14: Fashion’s Best & Worst From The 2014 VMAs

On Sunday night, we witnessed the typically extravagant spectacle of today’s (although probably not tomorrow’s) hottest music and most debatable trends. Awards Shows, in particular ones aimed at the youngest possible demographic, are notorious for their bizarre mishmash of youthful elegance and youthful folly. We’ll let the pictures speak (mostly) for themselves in this send up the the best and worst red carpet ensembles from 2014’s MTV Video Music Awards.

the delightful

1.  Iggy Izalea in Versace Atelier

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2.  Demi Lovato in Lanvin

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3.  Solange in H&M

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4.  Nicki Minaj in Saint Laurent

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5. Kim Kardashian in Balmain

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6. Miley Cyrus in Alexandre Vaulthier

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7. Beyonce Nicolas Jebran Couture

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the depressing

1. Amber Rose in what happens when you let your man pick out an elegant gown. 

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2. Katy Perry in what happens when you think you’re funny but you’re really not. 

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3. Taylor Swift in what happens when you try wearing an embellished gymnastics uniform

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4. This is what happens when you are a breathing bratz doll. 

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5. This is what happens when you design your own hot pink and black corseted jumpsuit

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6. This is what happens when you think dressing like Anna Nicole Smith is edgy. 

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7. This is what happens when you think rainbow brite hair makes you cool.

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Shop The Cannes Carpet At Stylehaüs

While perusing pictures of the best (and worst) stars at Cannes, I was struck by the on-trend similarities between my favorite celeb looks and certain special stylehaüs pieces. You might not be accepting awards in the south of France, but you can still look red carpet ready with a little help from our carefully curated pieces. Check out the Cannes way vs. the stylehaüs way.

Cannes Way: Adele Exarchopoulos in Louis Vuitton.

Photo by Michael Buckner/Getty Images for Variety

Photo by Michael Buckner/Getty Images for Variety

Stylehaüs Way: 

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Lauren Stucky Wool Crepe 2 In 1 Bond Cutout Dress, $569

Cannes Way: Jessica Chastain in Atelier Versace

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Stylehaüs Way:

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Issho Royal Blue Ruched Dress $395

Cannes Way: Rosario Dawson in Dolce & Gabbana

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Stylehaüs Way:

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RVN Diamond 3D Jacqueline Dress, $429

Cannes Way: Sofia Coppola in Valentino

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Stylehaüs Way: 

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Donna Mizani Mid Length Lace Inset Dress, $203

Cannes Way:  Natasha Poly in Oscar De La Renta

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Stylehaüs Way: 

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Pamela Gonzales Rhombus Short Cocktail Dress, $675

Cannes Way: Julianne Moore in Louis Vuitton

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Stylehaüs Way: 

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Lauren Stucky Leather Crop Top, $455 & Lauren Stucky Chevron Leather Skirt, $796

Cannes Way: Rosario Dawson in SportMax

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Stylehaüs Way: 

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Clover Canyon Diamond Quilt Dress $273

Cannes Way: Zoe Saldana in Victoria Beckham

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Stylehaüs Way:

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Donna Mizani Side Tie Gown, $228

Trend Report: Red Carpet 2014

The Golden Globes ushered in a new era in Red Carpet dressing.  Gone were overly revealing, overly poufy gowns of 2013 and instead we saw classic, edgy, and covered-up red carpet fashions.  Classic colors- black, white, and red- made up the bulk of the ladies’ gowns, and Old Hollywood-esque cuts were the most popular, on the likes of Lena Dunham and Sofia Vergara.  The Critic’s Choice Awards and last night’s SAG Awards echoed much of the same:  starlets are leaning toward sophisticated silhouettes that are balanced and feminine- but they aren’t afraid to play around a little bit, either.  Here are some of 2014’s top red carpet trends so far:

 

Bright Red:

 

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Amy Adams, Emma Watson, Lupita Nyong’o, Elisabeth Moss

Amy Adams, Emma Watson, newcomer Lupita Nyong’o, and Taylor Swift (among others) all chose to wear a bold shade of red at the Globes.  Elisabeth Moss stole the SAG Awards red carpet in her perfectly classic red gown! The color of the year has  orange undertones, coming off brighter and fresher than vampy red and burgundy gowns that were popular for last awards season.

 

Classic Black:

 

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Cate Blanchett, Amy Poehler, Emma Roberts

The past few seasons have been very experimental, with prints and crazy cutouts making headlines- but stars are going back to basics this year.  Black was an overwhelmingly popular color choice for the Globes-  Cate Blanchett, a constant Best Dressed frontrunner, wore a black Armani gown, host Amy Poehler wore a black Stella McCartney sheath, and Emma Roberts, Hayden Panettiere, and Sofia Vegara all went for basic black as well.

 

White:

 

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Lupita Nyong’o, Margot Robbie, Kerry Washington, Gretchen Mohl

Less dramatic but more eye-catching, white was a popular dress color at the Golden Globes too.  Hollywood’s favorite red carpet girl Jennifer Lawrence wore a strapless white Dior gown, new girl Margot Robbie wore white Gucci with a plunging neckline, and Kerry Washington clothed her baby bump in custom white Balenciaga.  At the Critic’s Choice Awards, Lupita Nyong’o wore a stunning white column dress with cutouts.  Gretchen Mohl was our favorite white dress of the season, though- she wore a fishnetted J.Mendel number to the SAG Awards last night!

 

Conservative cuts:

 

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Uma Thurman, Olivia Wilde, Elisabeth Moss

Princess gowns made a few appearances on the carpet, but the most popular silhouette was body-conscious and covered-up.    Emma Thompson, Uma Thurman, Oliva Wilde, Elisabeth Moss, and Kristin Chenowith all went with gowns that feature a high neckline, floor-grazing skirt, and tight fit.  Fuss-free and modern!

 

Deep Vs:

 

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Kate Mara, Michelle Dockery

Plunging necklines will always have a place on the red carpet, though, and many actresses went for gowns in that classic shape.  Amy Adams’ Valentino gown and Kate Mara’s J. Mendel dress at the Globes both featured necklines that plunged all the way down to the rib cage!  Michelle Dockery wore her version of a plunging neckline at the SAG Awards.  The women balanced out the revealing nature of their top half with flowing, drapey skirts.

 

Asymmetrical:

 

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Julie Deply, Amber Heard, Kristen Bell

A new type of neckline emerged too: the asymmetrical neckline.  Many dresses featured an edgy one-shoulder fit and asymmetrically cut necklines at the Globes.  Julie Deply, Ariel Winter, Amber Heard, and Amy Poehler all chose dresses with this unique look, and Kristin Bell gave the trend a shot at the Critic’s Choice Awards too.

 

Playing with classics:

 

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Emma Watson, Julia Roberts, Margot Robbie, Jennifer Lawrence

It also seems that stars and their stylists are letting themselves be more experimental with their red carpet choices.  Emma Watson wore a stunning backless Dior dress featuring a high slit that showed off a slim pair of pants underneath!  Lupita Nyong’o’s Globes dress was a hybrid dress/cape, and Julia Roberts layered her strapless black gown over a crisp white button down.  At the Critic’s Choice Awards, Margot Robbie even pushed the boundaries with a lacy black jumpsuit!  Jennifer Lawrence updated her classicly-fit column gown (Dior, of course) at the SAG Awards with holographic sparkles- one of the biggest runway trends for Spring.  Clearly, the rules are being thrown out the window.

 
Belts:

 

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Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Jennifer Garner, Amy Adams

The Critic’s Choice Awards are decidedly more casual, and a big trend to emerge from the night was belted dresses.   Sandra Bullock added a metal belt to her ruffled column gown, Cate Blanchett cinched her waist with a wide black belt over her simple navy dress, and Oprah Winfrey streamlined her shape with a sweet bow-shaped belt. Jennifer Garner threw a simple patent belt over her classic black strapless gown at the SAG Awards, and Amy Adams livened up her blue SAG dress with a sparkly waist-cincher, too!

 

Appliques:        

 

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Drew Barrymore, Lupita Nyong’o

    

Floral appliqués made a few appearances at the awards shows, most notably on Drew Barrymore’s Globes dress (Monique Lhuillier) and Lupita Nyong’o’s custom Gucci gown at the SAG Awards.  This is such a fun look, but it DEFINITELY is not for everyone.

 

Crop Tops:

 

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Kerry Washington, Zooey Deschanel

Kerry Washington’s crop top/wide skirt outfit at last night’s SAG Awards polarized fashionistas- some hated it, some loved it.  We loved it!  Kerry bravely showed off her baby bump, and we think she’ll look back on this outfit and be glad she flaunted her goods.  Zooey Deschanel’s Oscar de la Renta dress for the Globes had the same effect on people.  While she didn’t pull it off quite as well as Washington (honestly, only because she’s not preggers!) we like the look and hope crop tops become more of a red carpet thing.

 

We predict that the rest of this awards season will see more of the same: a return to classics, dresses that are subtley sexy, edgier choices that push the boundaries, and bold colors.

 

Red Carpet Recap: Golden Globes 2014

While we didn’t get to watch the Golden Globes last night (it’s queued up on Hulu for us to watch tonight!), of course we’ve been pouring over the Instagrams, Tweets, and blog posts on the fashion of the Golden Globes 2014.  We were actually really impressed with this year’s attendees- there were so many stunning dresses that it was hard to pick favorites!

 

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Caitlin Fitzgerald

However, for us there was one clear winner in the “Best Dressed” category (although we had no idea who she was pre-Golden Globes): Caitlin Fitzgerald.  The Masters of Sex actress rocked a beyond-gorgeous retro frock from London designer Emilia Wickstead, and matched her straight-off-the-runway dress with coral and blue striped shoes from the same designer.  A coral clutch and simple earrings were the only accessories she needed; her eye-catching dress really spoke for itself.  We think Caitlin’s the red-carpet newbie to watch!

 

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Emma Watson in Dior

Emma Watson was a close second in her Dior gown/pantsuit, though.  We love seeing her take a red carpet risk, and it definitely paid off!  From the front, Emma’s coraly-red gown was simple and sophisticated; from the back, it revealed a sexy pair of skintight black pants underneath.  LOVE, love, love.

 

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Lupita Nyong’o

Lupita Nyong’o was another fresh face that gave veteran Globers a run for their money.  Her orange Ralph Lauren caped dress was absolutely stunning against her luminous skin!  Her minimalistic approach to awards show dressing felt new and exciting- we can’t wait to see what she wears next.

 

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Best Dressed

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More Best Dressed!

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Even More Best Dressed!

Other “Best Dressed” contenders included Diane Keaton in her classic tux, Drew Barrymore in a blooming Monique Lhuillier gown, Kerry Washington in custom Balenciaga (her bump is so cute!!), Oliva Wilde in Gucci, Emma Roberts in Lanvin, Kate Mara in J. Mendel, Cate Blanchett (duh) in Armani Prive, and Amy Poehler in her first look by Stella McCartney.

 

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Honorable Mentions

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Girls Honorable Mentions

Honorable mentions are in order, as well!  We applaud Rashida Jones for wearing our new favorite designer, Fausto Puglisi, but we wish we would’ve gone with a more vibrant color.  The off-white gown she chose just wasn’t as “look at me!” as we’d like, but she looked amazing nonetheless.  Zosia Mamet of Girls really stepped up her game last night- she’s landed herself on a lot of “Worst Dressed” lists over the years, but her black and white stunner from last night was positively perfect on her.  And we loved her haircut.  Girls creator Lena Dunham stepped it up too!  While her yellow Zac Posen wasn’t our favorite, it’s at least pretty flattering.  Baby steps.  Elisabeth Moss in J Mendel and Sandra Bullock in Prabal Gurung were also pretty great.

And now…our least favorite looks of the Golden Globes.

 

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Worst Dressed

We just couldn’t get behind Amy Adams’ Valentino dress.  It was just so simple; paired with her braided updo, the look fell flat.  Hayden Panetierre’s slicked-back hair and Tom Ford gown were too harsh for our taste- we’d like to see Hayden soften up a little bit!  And finally, Sarah Hyland’s milkmaid braids and natural makeup didn’t do it for us.  Her pink gown was fine (if a little bit boring), but she needed to amp it up!  Her team was clearly going for a “fresh faced” feel, but to us Sarah just looked washed out.

What do you think- do you agree with our picks?  Let us know who was your favorite in the comments!

 

Runway to Red Carpet at the Kids Choice Awards

Selena Gomez in Oscar de la Renta

Selena Gomez in Oscar de la Renta

 

Miranda Cosgrove in Stella McCartney

Miranda Cosgrove in Stella McCartney

 

Zendaya Coleman in Alice + Olivia

Zendaya Coleman in Alice + Olivia

 

Katy Perry in Hervé Léger

Katy Perry in Hervé Léger

 

Willow Smith in Chanel

Willow Smith in Chanel

 

Kiernan Shipka in Rag & Bone

Kiernan Shipka in Rag & Bone

 

Ashley Tisdale in Rafael Cennamo

Ashley Tisdale in Rafael Cennamo

 

Fergie in Mary Katrantzou

Fergie in Mary Katrantzou

 

The red (or purple) carpet is not just for adults! Some of our favorite, trendy, teenagers looked stylish in designer looks at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards on March 23rd in downtown Los Angeles. From crop tops, to floral dresses, jean jackets, and ruffled looks, these fashion-forward stars looked every bit spring-appropriate for this fun event! We noticed that many of these runway looks were modified on the red carpet, but we love what we see! Selena Gomez changed her look up completely, making this gorgeous Oscar de la Renta gown into a trendy top. Pregnant Fergie also opted for a completely different style of this Mary Katrantzou dress and she added a pop of yellow with her heels to finish off this colorful ensemble. Trendsetter Willow Smith made this spring 2013 Chanel dress all her own, as she paired it with a cropped jean jacket, Chanel combat boots, and yellow socks. We felt the styling made this look completely age-appropriate and edgy, reminding us that you can never be too young for Chanel!

Between the runway and red carpet, which look do you prefer?

 

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Runway to Red Carpet

Zoe Kravitz in Alexander Wang

Zoe Kravitz in Alexander Wang

 

Olesya Rulin in Osman

Olesya Rulin in Osman Yousefzada

 

Alex Chung in Carven

Alex Chung in Carven

 

Ever wonder where designer runway duds end up? On our favorite celebrities, of course! Celebrities were out in full force in NYC dressed to the nines and we love the looks they interpreted from runway designers. Zoe Kravitz looked every much like a rockstar’s daughter as she was center stage at the Zoe Kravitz For Swarovski Crystal launch party wearing a look by her go-to designer Alexander Wang. Kravitz rocked a black leather crewneck leather dress separated by sheer panels and gladiator sandals from his spring 2013 collection, and we think she looks great! Olesya Rulin wore a clean, simple look by Britain’s hottest fashion designer right now, Osman Yousefzada. Rulin looked feminine and stylish in these rose colored pleated pants and white blouse and while she opted to leave out the gold print from the runway, she incorporated the metallic tone into her shoes, clutch, and earrings to finish her look off.  Alexa Chung looks classy and chic in this Carven spring 2013 tailored jacket with a heart-shaped cut-out midsection, and we love how she styled it with a matching A-line skirt and a simple white shirt.

Of all these celebrity and runway looks, which do you prefer?

 

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Who Wore it Best? From the Runway to Red Carpet

Blake Lively in Isabel Marant

Blake Lively in Isabel Marant

 

Miranda Kerr in Helmut Lang

Miranda Kerr in Helmut Lang

 

Gwyneth Paltrow in Michael Kors

Gwyneth Paltrow in Michael Kors

 

Kerry Washington in Peter Pilotto

Kerry Washington in Peter Pilotto

 

Chloe Moretz in Simone Rocha

Chloe Moretz in Simone Rocha

 

Olivia Palermo in Alessandra Rich

Olivia Palermo in Alessandra Rich

 

Solange Knowles in Kenzo

Solange Knowles in Kenzo

 

Cate Blanchett in Peter Pilotto

Cate Blanchett in Peter Pilotto

 

Jessica Chastain in Elie Saab

Jessica Chastain in Elie Saab

 

Anne Hathaway in Nina Ricci

Anne Hathaway in Nina Ricci

 

Celebrities (typically) look amazing from events, to street style, the red carpet, and everything in between. Ever wonder where these looks come from? Straight off the runways, of course! Often time’s celebrities will change the runway look to add a little flair of their own. In these spring celebrity looks, Jessica Chastain and Gwyenth Paltrow opted to shorten their dresses, whereas Anne Hathaway added a little length. Cate Blanchett even changed the outfit all together by pairing her peplum with black pants instead of patterned ones for a more refined look. Comparing the runway to celebrity looks, which do you prefer?

 

 

 

Oscar Fashion Predictions

The Oscars are almost here (Sunday, February 24th to be exact) and we are so looking forward to seeing which starlets will be donning some of the latest creations from our favorite designers! Some of the gowns from this past Fashion Week in New York City truly knocked our socks off and we are crossing our fingers and hoping that some of our top looks will be worn on the red carpet! We could not be more excited for these leading ladies and their incredible nominations for their amazing performances, but we are also very excited to see what they will end up wearing. Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway, Naomi Watts, and Jessica Chastain are not only talented and truly amazing at what they do, but they are real trend setters when it comes to fashion; we are always looking forward to seeing what they end up wearing for these red carpet events and awards shows, and of course the Oscars are no exception!

 

WHO: Jennifer Lawrence
DRESS PREDICTION: Oscar de la Renta Fall 2013
NOMINATED FOR: Best Actress in a Leading Role
WHY WE CHOSE THIS DRESS: Jennifer always manages to look young, fashionable and sexy, all while staying true to her incredible personal style! We have recently seen this starlet take more risks when it comes to her red carpet fashion, and we are loving her choices! For the Oscars, we felt that this beaded, nude and black Oscar de la Renta gown was made just for her!

WHO: Anne Hathaway
DRESS PREDICTION: Zac Posen Fall 2013
NOMINATED FOR: Best Supporting Actress
WHY WE CHOSE THIS DRESS: Anne Hathaway is a true talent, and when it comes to fashion she always nails it! Anne has impeccable, chic style, and at every event she attends she always makes the best dressed list (at least in our opinion!). This Zac Posen gown is romantic, classic, and almost brings you back in time, which makes it an ideal dress for her to wear for her nomination in Les Miserables which is set in the early 1800s. This deep oxblood red would look incredible against her fair skin, and would look even better finished off with a red pout and diamond jewelry!

WHO: Naomi Watts
DRESS PREDICTION: Marchesa Fall 2013
NOMINATED FOR: Best Actress in a Leading Role
WHY WE CHOSE THIS DRESS: This Australian-British beauty is always stunning on the red carpet, and for this year’s Oscars we chose this gorgeous beaded silk Marchesa number. Naomi always chooses dresses and gowns made with rich fabrics that have elements of surprise! The draping and fit of this romantic dress would suit her girly personality and overall feminine-yet-sexy style to a tee!

WHO: Jessica Chastain
DRESS PREDICTION: Jenny Packham Fall 2013
NOMINATED FOR: Best Actress in a Leading Role
WHY WE CHOSE THIS DRESS: Jessica Chastain has never been afraid to go bold when it comes to the color and silhouettes of her gowns! This peachy, brown chiffon gown designed by Jenny Packham is a real show stopper, and it would look incredible with Jessica’s red locks. Not only would the color be exquisite on her, but the cut and detailing would perfectly suit her fashion-forward yet classic style!

Celebrity Style: Oscar Nominees’ Night

 

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Jessica Chastain and Naomi Watts

 

Emma Stone and Amy Adams

Emma Stone and Amy Adams

 

The Hollywood elite celebrated the annual Hollywood Reporter Oscar Nominees’ Night in Beverly Hills on February 4th, and as Oscar night approaches we are waiting with anticipation to see what these leading ladies will be wearing on the red carpet! For now, we can focus on their fabulous outfits from the night: Jessica Chastain pumped up the glamour effect in this black Givenchy number with Christian Louboutin heels and wavy locks. Naomi Watts took a more causal route wearing an A.L.C. jacket and shirt, Theyskens for Theory pants, Christian Louboutin shoes, and a Gucci bag. Both Naomi and Jessica seem to be wearing the same Louboutin pumps, which are versatile for practically everything in your wardrobe and you can never go wrong with them. Emma Stone looked like a true Hollywood movie star in this silk a-line dress by Andrew Gn and black pointed pumps, and we especially love how she channeled the 1950’s in this glamorous get-up! Last but certainly not least, Amy Adams wore this gorgeous black lace cocktail dress paired with nude pumps and simple earrings. This night gave us just a glimpse into the red carpet future, and we can only await anxiously to see what they will be wearing the night of the Oscars!