Music’s biggest night was all about the shimmer, glitter and metallics. The artists took the best they had (aside from being amazing performers) to the red carpet on a night that’s about dressing to impress. Bringing they’re A game, top celebrities competed to receive the title of best dressed. Most of them did an amazing job and designers did not fail to impress.
Clever as always Katy Perry had the most creative and amazing dress. I saw this dress last week while peeking at the Spring 2014 couture shows and instantly thought it had something different and edgy about it. Other than that I also thought only someone sharp and out there could pull it off, whom better than Miss. Perry. The Valentino couture gown inspired by Verdi’s La Traviata had 1,600 hours worth of work done only on its embroidery. This was absolutely the perfect dress to wear at the Grammy’s.
Glowing, Ciara made an amazing entrance in an all gold Pucci gown. The soon to be mommy wore her baby bump revealing she’s expecting yet looking flawless and beautiful as ever. I got really impressed by John Legend’s wife supermodel Chrissy Teigen. She looked beautiful and super sexy in a gold ensemble and a V plunging neckline, she definitely made an impact as more than the wife of this amazing artist. Last but not least the hated and loved Taylor Swift. In my opinion she looked like the perfect Barbie doll. Her Gucci chain dress was just absolute perfection. She may get criticized for they way she makes music or her attitude but there is nothing bad to say about this look. She was enviable by every single girl.
All around, they went all out, creating the ambience of glamour and stardom.
This past Saturday we celebrated the 20th annual Screen Actor Guild Awards otherwise known as the SAG Awards. The main theme for this article is evidently the fashion on the carpet but on top of that I want to address something else. I think A-listers as we call them get glorified with the outfits and some of the may we say “smaller” stars (here comes the term B-lister) don’t get that much credit for the effort they also make. To the point – I selected my favorite styles no matter the origin and based solely on my fashion likes and dislikes.
The last will be first right? So let’s talk about Emma Thompson’s catastrophic fashion fail. The top of the dress may look like a cute shirt but what is up with the skirt, is that on purpose? Not all vintage looks good honey. Furthermore, she wore flats, yes you read correctly flats they were Christian Louboutin non the less but still it doesn’t matter if the sole was red or not they are still flats. She is completely fined by this administration as the worst dressed at the show and I like her so much!
Now let’s talk shimmer and glitter! Sandra Bullock had a gorgeous simple emerald green Lanvin dress. Less is more on most occasions and she simply glowed. Following up is the sassy Sofia Vergara in an all silver Donna Karan Atelier ensemble. I absolutely adore the dress and agree that this look is her signature but I would love seeing her stepping out of her comfort zone. Claire Danes is not someone I look for on the red carpet (B-lister alert!) but I have to admit I was impressed. She had a Vionnet dress that looked so feminine and delicate. The sheer, the glitter, the lightness of the fabric made her look effortlessly flawless. Also the Big Bang Theory star Kaley Cuoco looked ultra pretty in a Very Wang dress that had that old Hollywood glam to it.
Drum Roll Please! Now my all time favorite and breathtaking look of the night. This girl has come this year and from the look of it she is making people talk and not going anywhere. Lupita Nyong’o dazzled her way in a turquoise Gucci dress that has no way of describing it other than pure fashion perfection. This girl is pushing all sorts of boundaries in the fashion industry. I cannot wait to see more of her this upcoming year. She is starting to become one of my personal favorites.
In a nutshell these were the best and a little bit of the worst for the night. Can anyone say Grammys?
Finally the most anticipated time of the year in fashion (excluding fashion week) has come. Award season just kicked off this past Sunday with the Golden Globes. I’ve been so excited the whole week waiting for the red carpet and to see the big stars bring the house down with their fashion ensembles. I have to admit I was a little disappointed. Some were ok and others were just so wrong. I have no idea what the stylists were they thinking!
This occasion is one to go all out, in other words go big or just don’t go at all. I was completely looking forward to Emma Watson I love her style on and off the red carpet but I just can’t seem to get why would she wear pants under the dress, plus have them showing on the back it wasn’t sexy and it didn’t look classy. We have to give her props for trying though. Now let’s talk about Lupita Nyong’o’s amazing red dress designed by Ralph Lauren and how she totally rocked a cape on the carpet. She looked absolutely flawless; everything about her look was breathtaking.
One of my personal favorites was Sofia Vergara I have to admit she sticks to a certain kind of silhouette and cut but it never gets old, and how is that possible with Zac Posen designing your dress? Moreover, the star of “The Wolf of Wallstreet” Margot Robbie had and amazing Gucci white dress that made her look like a brand new Barbie doll.
Pregnant stars studded the show with the glow only a mother could project but one stood out: Olivia Wilde. I usually don’t like her style but for an expectant mother she looked glamorous in an old fashion Hollywood style emerald dress. Kerry Washington and Drew Barrymore were among the other mommy-to-be stars; let’s just say I wouldn’t choose any of those outfits to show my cute baby belly. Other stars like Kate Beckinsale studded in shimmer dresses that turned heads.
In my words there was good, there was ugly, and there was bad. The ones that were good looked flawless. Now they have a second shot at the SAG awards to amuse, till then!