Our top 10 picks.
The 84th Acadamy Awards took place on 26th Feb and the question “Who are you wearing?” almost deemed more attention than “And the award goes to…” Celebrities and starlets gathered on the red carpets for the best dressed show down. Our top 10 picks:
Taking fashion risks is never easy, after a minimalistic black number at the Grammys. Gwyneth Paltrow opted for a white caped gown by Tom Ford, while others chose shoulder-baring frocks that evening. The intricately draped dress was a head turner, paired with a polished ponytail and a chunky Anna Hu diamond cuff. It was all about making a strong statement and we can’t peel our eyes away.
With her light blonde pixie hair and porcelain skin tone, Michelle Williams wowed the crowds with her coral red Louis Vuitton number. A fresh endearing take it was – romantic ruffles, peplum waist and colour clashing of a pink clutch.
Bridesmaids star Rose Byrne sparkled down the red carpet in a Vivienne Westwood black sequined one-shoulder gown. Her understated fringed bob with Chanel jewels took sophisticated turn. Effortlessly chic we say.
Milla Jovovich was far from Resident Evil in her ivory Elie Saab couture gown accessorised with Jacob & Co jewelry. She oozed demure and elegance with side swept up-do and ruby lips.
The Help star picked a fail proof Alexander McQueen black number with intricate golden embroideries.
Only The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo can pull off cool edginess in a white Givenchy Haute Couture gown.
Emma Stone in a crimson red bowed gown from Giambattista Valli and Louis Vuitton jewelry.
Natalie Portman in a 1954 vintage haute couture gown from the Christian Dior archive.
Judy Greer shimmered with understated elegance in a black and silver number by Monique Lhuillier.
Penélope Cruz glided like a princess in a Glaucous blue custom Giorgio Armani gown.
By Nathalie Lun
Photos credits: http://www.glamourmagazine.co.uk