20 January 2010

Golden Globes 2010 fashion

Though rain was messing up batch of hairdos and dresses, seems that jewels were safe on Golden Globes Awards. Some would describe it as eccentric or rummy but this certainly was another promenade of Chopard, Fred Leighton, Lorraine Schwartz, Stephen Russell, Bulgari Van Cleef & Arpels diamonds. Seems that among celebrity stylists, obviously except eternal diamonds formula, is valid the one of Louboutin red soles and Leiber or Roger Vivier clutches. Valentino, as usually had a squad of ambassadors; Jennifer Aniston, lightly flirt with edgy which I found very pleasant, however she received bad critiques. Chloƫ Stevens Sevigny, girl that can be equally lovely in vintage tee or most divine couture dress was attraction like always in Valentino pale rose sleeveless train dress with vertical ruffles. Later she changed it for Christian Lacroix's embellished dress with black tulle overlay. Almost arrested by fashion police for the bulge on Atelier Versace dress, was Drew Barrymore. But I found miss Drew rather charming in her off the shoulder sequin- embroidered, lightening gown.
Seems that actresses were inspired by upcoming big trend, according to spring catwalks, ruffles on the top. (ruffles, pleats and combination were all over). Marchesa vision of ruffles on one shoulder wore Anna Kendrick. Simple, elegant and sophisticated were Ginnifer Goodwin in cobalt drapery dress made by Rodolpho Paglialunga for spring collection of renewed legendary Vionnet and January Jones, all black, in always impeccable Lanvin. .
Mary Kate Olsen must have been very exciting for debutante Row show on New York Fashion Week, so in reflect of her mood she came to party in silk cocktail mini blue from fall collection of Erdem (named by style.com as Lacroix of London).
At the end, this year red carpet swan's assistants picked lot of gowns from ready to wear collections while Haute Couture (or vintage) was rare. Exceptions were miss Pretty Woman that really surprised with shortness of Yves Saint Laurent vintage simple dress, paired with Van Cleef diamonds in shape of medallion and red nail polish. Couture princesses was one of the best dressed persons of the moment, Diane Kruger who went for a Lacroix pink gown with white detail.
Other gowns that caught my eyes were Grecian Alberta Ferretti dress on Jeanne Tripplehorn and Oscar De la Renta princess line on Lea Michele, future Dorothy Of Oz.
I was hoping of more futuristic to see on the star of the night, actress that is misslikey Cheri from beginning, Zoe Saldana. Instead of Louis Vuitton flamenco inspired ruffled gown maybe a piece from Jean Paul Gaultier Couture. Perheps something like futuristic chiffon dress with metal details or one of the floor- touching velvet gowns with Sunset Boulevard charm.


mrs. halimah. said...

i wasn't such a fan of zoe's dress.
me no likey.

Monica said...

i was def a fan of drew barrymore as well!
you have great insight!

i am obsessed with fashion as well!

captain kimi said...

I'm also not so much into zoe's dress but I totally agree with you that Chloe was an eyecatcher. Drew's dress was amazing and -surprisingly- I really liked Christina Guilera's look. I mean this woman was a prime example of bad taste in the past but hey, give credit where credit is due.

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Fashion Cappuccino said...

Most of the dresses are pretty normal and there are only a few that stood out like Choloe and I also like Drew Barrymore and Kate Hudson too! xoxoxoxo

bryna said...

i can't get enough of zoe's dress; i thought she looked gorgeous.

Anonymous said...

That middle dress is fabulous, I love the black and the white (usually I dont) but that mixture in that piece is so feminine

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