Ok kids, it's about that time, to bring forth the rhythm and the rhyme...sorry I take any chance to break into Marky Mark song.
It's time to vote for your favorite most wonderfulest best dressed girl at the MET Ball. Obviously it was really tough narrowing it down, but I made some tough choices and decided upon the following six ladies. I welcome your disagreements and write in votes! (Zoe Saldana and Chanel Iman were close calls!!)
Day 2 was decidedly more colorful than day 1. Florals, purples and I'm starting to think that mustard may in fact be emerging as the color of the season.
I asked for risks, I got risks, and lots of color! This is what I'm talking about ladies!
A very fun red carpet for a change and as per usual Diane Kruger outdoes everyone...
Our dear Natalie Portman was at it again last night. Seems Nat's gotten back in touch with her inner fashionista as of late and she's made quite the splash on a few red carpets the past week. Sure she's got a movie to promote (are you excited to see Brothers?), but we'd like to think she just felt the overwhelming need to make a style statement and show the world she's still the most beautiful ingenue out there. For her third turn on our most stylish list in a week, Natalie chose a dazzling, and very holiday season appropriate, sequin tank dress from Proenza Schouler's Spring 2010 collection for IFP's 19th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards. We also give props to Natalie, and of course her fabulous and beyond cool stylist Kate Young, for choosing some of the greatest designers out there - Jason Wu, Vena Cava and Proenza all in one week, oh my.
No clue what I'm talking about? Let me walk you down memory lane with Natalie's other stylish picks from last week after the jump... more, more, more
so many events so many fashionable ladies... but there were only three who made the cut! Seems like Diane Kruger's becoming a staple on the It's Only Fashion roundups...
Forget the Oscars, Golden Globes and Emmy's...the MET Costume Institute Gala is the place to be for the most fashionable red carpet looks.
Hosted by Marc Jacobs, Kate Moss and Justin Timberlake, this year's "Model as Muse" Gala has to be the most style filled event of the year.
From glam ball gowns to mini sequin dresses, to some serious disasters (we'll get to that next), the red carpet was a who's who of fashion and Hollywood.
Oh and did I mention models? Sure most fashion events bring out loads of the slender and tall fashionistas, but with the Model as Muse theme, it was like a model safari - even bringing out our early 90s favorites Cindy Crawford, Paulina Poriskova and Claudia Schiffer. It's like the George Michael Freedom video all over again.
So here go the best of the best...stay tuned for the Oh No moments, trust me there were quite a few...
Katie Holmes debuted some serious extensions at the Japan premiere of Valkyrie.
She almost looks like her old self with the long flowing, non-Posh hair. I absolutely love it. Next thing you know she'll be getting in that little row boat and paddling over to Dawson's to climb up the ladder.
Katie was wearing a dress from Jason Wu's latest show (Fall Winter 09 collection). She paired with some stirrup leggings, which to be honest I think she actually pulls off.
I know, my renewed respect for the Holmes-Cruises is starting to scare me too.