I don't feel like I have to say much in this post. The title pretty much says it all. Amber Heard you absolute FOX.
Lea Michele (Atelier Versace), Jayma Mays (Reem Acra) and Naya Rivera (Naeem Khan) all looked super sexy on the red carpet yesterday.
Everyone who has seen pictures from last night is RAVING about Lea Michele, and I can see why. She was a knockout in her couture gown. The colour is amazing on her and the cut could not be more perfect if it tried. My ONLY problem is with her ‘ooh look at the split in my dress’ posing she managed to do all the way up the red carpet. We get it Lea, you’re SO hot, you don’t need to rub it in. Please. Now excuse me whilst I go cry and then find my pilates DVD... P.S. does anyone else think she is the spitting image of J.Lo when you squint a bit?
Moving on from a rainbow of colour to something more light and airy for you now. The biggest trend of the night was the one I’m going to dub ‘Pale and Interesting’, as muted colours were the pick of the evening for many stylists.
Kaley Cuoco (Romona Keveza) looked like a fluffy princess in her mint green gown. I have a feeling that this look will divide opinion much like SMG’s Golden Globes dress. For the record, I love it! And her Heidi braid.
Octavia Spencer (Tadashi Shoji) looked stunning in her dove grey toga influenced dress. She has worn Tadashi Shoji looks all throughout awards season and looks amazing whilst doing so. It’s very refreshing to see a high end designer create something for a woman who is not a size 2.
I LOVE Rose Byrne’s (Elie Saab) pure white jumpsuit, but I’m not keen on the hair. I can imagine Tilda Swinton in this, although I’m sure she would pull it off in a much different style.
And finally we have Sarah Hyland in a pale pink/ cream embellished gown. I love how simple the cut of this dress is, very feminine and very pretty. I always look out for Sarah on the red carpet, she wears some gorgeous dresses.
Wow, an actual ARRAY of colours on the red carpet! Wonders will never cease. The Screen Actors Guild awards were held in Los Angeles last night, and I was shocked to see many actress venturing out of the comfort zone of black and/or tones of nude, and experiment with a splash of colour.
Of course there are a few who like to think outside the box when it comes to red carpet dressing, such as Dianna Agron (Carolina Herrera), Emily Blunt (Oscar De La Renta) and Shailene Woodley (L’Wren Scott), actresses who I am always excited to spot at these kinds of events.
Then we have the women who have been playing it safe recently, and who I was very excited to see in colour. Namely Michelle Williams (Valentino), but Jessica Chastain (Calvin Klein) also stepped it up for the SAGS after a hairstyle LETDOWN at the Globes, I can’t wait to see her at the OSCARS next month!
Here we have it. Taylor Swift's American Vogue cover (February 2012), and accompanying photoshoot, has finally been released! And, WOW, doesn't she look amazing? I love the Brigette Bardot-esque cover! Her straight hair, floppy hat and smokey winged eyes look gorgeous. The inside shoot is just as good, it makes me want to watch Almost Famous whilst making daisy chains. I love the shot of Taylor lounging on the sofa in the Rodarte dress (the same dress we saw Elle Fanning in last week at the Critics Choice Awards).
What do you think of Taylor’s first American Vogue cover? Do you think that this is the best Taylor has ever looked?
Emma Stone was back to her best last night. Surprisingly the label that let her down last time, was the label she chose again for the Golden Globes, as she was wearing a custom made Lanvin gown. The deep purple chiffon dress featured raspberry coloured sides, embellished shoulders and a belt with an eagle on it (yeah, I thought that was a bit random too). Her makeup is also miles better than it was the other night, as she reverted back to navy smokey eyes and a nude lip. A sexy thigh-high split added a little cheeky element to the funny girl's look. 9/10 (one point removed for the eagle randomness).
Lea Michele wore her favourite label, Marchesa, to the Golden Globes last night. Her embellished silver dress is a work of art, and fits her perfectly. you can tell that she's loving being centre of attention too. An updo and minimal jewellery was all tat was needed to complete the look. 10/10.
Nicole Richie continued her run of chic style choices in the silver sheath dress. I love her ponytail and full fringe too. Sliiightly too much jewellery for my taste, but overall a very good look. 9/10.
Lets start with Jessica Chastain. I have no problems with her dress, which is Givenchy Couture, but her Dolly Parton-esque hair really lets the look down. This is the Golden Globes, not the Country Music Awards. An up-do would have been majorly prefered.
Next is Mila Kunis. Goddess Mila, why have you reverted to black? I thought you had finally embraced colour (and a smile) but I feel like you just took a huge step backwards. Maybe you were contractually obliged to wear this Christian Dior dress, but you should have asked for it in colour. Or at leat added a pop of colour via a clutch or a lipstick.
Unfortunately, as was the case with SMG, Reese Witherspoon was let down by too much fabric. This time, the extra fabric was gathered at the foot of the dress. I understand that the petite 5'1" actress will have trouble trying to find gowns that fit her, but she is REESE WITHERSPOON for crying out loud, one of the (if not the) highest paid Hollywood actresses. If Jason Wu wanted his gown to be on the best dressed lists, you'd have thought that he'd have taken the gown up by about a foot. On the other hand, I love her beachy hair.