The fun award season is upon us. First off there were the TCA and now the most iconic music awards of the year: the MTV Video Music Awards. They are distinguished by the random moments and crazy events that have marked the history of the ceremony. Everyone always expects the unexpected and as anticipated they delivered, from wardrobe malfunction to a little bit of twerking. And let’s not forget the amazing fashion statements.
I absolutely loved how someway the looks took us back to the 90’s. First off upcoming artist Charli XCX performed during the red carpet with a feather cover up that just screamed Cher Horowitz. Following was Katy Perry who honored Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake’s 2001 all denim ensemble. The difference? This time Katy left it to Versace to design the custom made gown. To finalize the “throwback-fashion” Mrs. Amber Rose dared channel Rose McGowan 1999 look from Laura Dewitt that left very little to the imagination. Is it me or are we going back to the Clueless years? Yes please!
On the other hand, profuse stars choose classic all black looks. Some of these included Miley Cyrus, Kendall Jenner, Becky G and the cast of Orange Is The New Black. All of them looked stunning in the infinite color. Going the other way Rita Ora decided to go all red in a Jessica Rabbit gown that made her look voluptuous and sensual.
By now you may be guessing why the article is titled All hail the Queen right? Well personally there was one look that stole the show. It was so astonishing that it deserved a special tribute. The fit, the color, the fabric it was just perfection. It was non-other than Jennifer Lopez who wore a silver jaw-dropping Charbel Zoe dress. She was officially the queen of the red carpet. The cutout shimmering gown was simply spectacular. Now the real question is what was Casper Smart (also present at the VMA’s) thinking the whole night?
Everyone likes Wonderland and whoever says the opposite no offense but you should stop lying, deep down you can’t resist it. Once a year we all have the opportunity to rise to the occasion and visit a temporary Wonderland which we all know as Coachella. An art and music festival that everyone dies to attend and those that can’t make it are following it through every social media outlet possible. It’s an allure that can’t be described that easily. It’s a melting pot of art, music, fashion and not to mention the surroundings. It’s a big party in the middle of almost nowhere.
Every year apart from the stages and rides people look forward to the best parties thrown at different location in the area. As everything else some stand out from others and most of them are star-studded with A-list celebrities and a few of those that can get a pass and attend what are known to be the best part of attending the festival. Lacoste is one of the brands that always makes a buzz and something to talk about. But let me tell you they know how to throw an awesome pool party.
Let’s start by saying that none other than Elijah Wood was performing as a DJ, just starring at those blue eyes makes you want to bust a mover. He was not the only one there to make the crowd dance Lolawolf featuring Zoe Kravitz and Ana Calderon were amongst some of the other DJ’s that hit the stage and got the party pumped. Other than that there’s the super “it” clique that attended the souaré. I’ll just tell you about a few since the list goes on and on. Let starts with Glee stars Lea Michelle, Mark Salling and Chord Overstreet (sporting Lacoste himself). Furthermore, also there Emma Roberts, Evan Peters, Joe Jonas, Julianne Hough, Katy Perry, Lana del Rey, Kendall Jenner and mega stars like Steven Tyler, need I say more?
It was not just about the music or the celebrities Lacoste went all out into making this party a fun one that everyone could enjoy one way or another. From the breath-taking pool at the private state full of Lacoste inflatables they also had a mini golf area. More than this the coolest part was a DIY sneaker bar where you could customize a pair. Now tell me aren’t you dying because you missed a party like this?