Thought we were done with the MET ball did you? Well lucky for us some ladies decided to hit the red carpet fashionably late. Giving us yet more fantastical fashions. Enjoy.
So apparently my announcement that the Tribeca Film Festival was without fashion was a bit premature. Last night's The Killer Inside Me premiere had me eating my words and saying apologies.
Dear Jessica Alba,
My apologies for ever doubting how positively stunning you are. See, all it took was long flowing locks (those are the most real looking extensions I ever did see), naturally glowing makeup and a beyond lovely Chloe hippie girl dress to make me a believer again. This is your best hair to date. You've peaked my interest yet again.
Now on to Kate Hudson. See my advice to Jess Alba and follow it. What's with the Mad Men hair? Too frumpy makeup and logoed poncho? Remember when you were lauded for your natural beauty and bohemian style. Let's try to get back to that shall we? Think Penny Lane...
Fantastic or dubious, either way after a week of blah fashions up and down the red carpet, we finally have something to work with.
ok, maybe this one is more like Louis Vuitton je t'aime...a gaggle of fashionistas flocked to Marc Jacobs as per usual for Louis Vuitton's SS2010 show...
What more appropriate way to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the first moon landing then with a Louis Vuitton sponsored star studded party at the Museum of Natural History. Ok, ok, i gest...at least the Climate Project was involved too. Check out my favorites from last night's event.
Ok ok, I thought I would give you a full 24 hours to check out the amazing fashions from Monday's Costume Institute Gala. And now that you've been inundated with happy thoughts, it's time to break the bad news. Some seriously upsetting disasters occurred on Monday and I don't even know who to be upset at. Actually that's not true, Madonna this is all your fault.
Ok ok, I thought I would give you a full 24 hours to check out the amazing fashions from Monday's Costume Institute Gala.
And now that you've been inundated with happy thoughts, it's time to break the bad news.
Some seriously upsetting disasters occurred on Monday and I don't even know who to be upset at.
Actually that's not true, Madonna this is all your fault.
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...
After a pretty slow week, it's nice to kick off December (my favorite month!) with some serious fashion - like Sienna Miller in Louis Vuitton at the British Independent Film Awards. Arriving hand in hand with Kiera Knightley (who's dress just is quite weird to me) she looked amazing in a mini black dress adorned with sequin embellishments and sleeves. I absolutely love it. Love the choice of tights, shoes and jewelry also.
I've said it before and I'll say it again, Sienna Miller's headlines should be reserved for her bold fashion choices and not her canoodling...