Marie Antoinette of today

Rihanna made her second Paris runway with Fenty x Puma yesterday.

Contrary to what has happened over and over, and over again with Kanye, Rihanna has convinced the Puma execs, the critics, and the people that not only she has impecable style and can pull anything off, but that she can convey this fashion-savy feeling to a collection.

The inspiration of SS2017 was Marie Antoinette and her gym wear, had she ever been exposed to those places. And I’m not going to lie, it’s weird, and it points out that there’s very little room for fashion insecurity. If you don’t have what it takes, you will never wear any of Rihanna’s creations.
It has some very nice clothes and undoubtedly, there’s talent there. The outwear lingerie, the high heels with the sneaker shoe laces, the fancy pant suits and the silky palazzos.
Rihanna followed the steps in the NYFW with the pastel palette, with a stronger delivery.
And she also reminded us that she was not a 90’s child, because she keeps on betting on all those horrible 90’s trends, like the huge platform sneakers,  the chokers and the extreme hair.

Having said this, I do believe that, unless she’s going for the Couturier status and most surely athleisure won’t her that appointment, she could aim for something a little more street wearable.

Be sure that you will be seeing a lot of Fenty x Puma in the next Rihanna sightings.

Couture NOW! ep.2

Sure you remember Guo Pei, the chinese couturier that came to the light after dressing Rihanna, in that golden yellow cape dress at the Met Gala.

Well, after that priceless recommendation, and the MAC reaffirmation collab, the world is watching now.

The talented woman has now shown her latest work, and it is just every bit as amazing as that Rihanna moment.

The craftsmanship, the volume, the colors, the head embellishments, the exuberant work.

Guo Pei is showing her talents in a big way now.

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Haute Couture, my love!

I get really excited every time Haute Couture begins. This week really allows the whole fashion industry to dream big, to turn fashion into art, and to determine almost every trend that we’ll be seeing the next year.

And this is sure a very particular Haute Couture Week. Giorgio Armani avoided his usual extra minimal creations and shocked in pop pink, metallic shades and fluffy coats. Karl Lagerfeld designed a jacket with 3D laser for Chanel, and celebrated his 50th anniversary as Creative Director of Fendi with a collection that has PETA crawling up the walls.
Viktor & Rolf showed literal “Wearable Art”, modifying the creations directly on the runway.
And trends are running a little wild for Fall&Winter 2015. A LOT of flowers and bright colors, specially bright pink, orange and gold. There are tons of sheer fabrics and cut outs, with those 70’s silhouettes that most brands hinted last season. 70’s is going on strong and fluorescent 80’s are well on their way. Also, Fur. Fur everywhere. Not only on Fendi’s Haute Fourrure collection, but almost in every runway, so get ready for some serious PETA fury, and tons of horrific posts on every single social network.
I have to say, this is some great Couture.

Karl Lagerfeld celebrated his 50th anniversary leading Fendi. This is also the first time the Roman based maison has a Haute Couture collection, which makes it even more special. Since the announcement, The Kaiser called it “Haute Fourrure” given the amount of fur he would show, and he was not kidding. This collection was different to the rest because it was mostly black and white, mixing chinchilla, sable, mink with feathers, seemingly plastic fabrics, diagonal lines and thigh high printed boots.
This is luxury and excess at its very best.

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What can you say about the Enfant Terrible of Fashion? Jean Paul Gaultier decided to stop working on his Pret A Porter collection and give his full attention to his Haute Couture. I’m sure there a lot of women disappointed, but the man is just as talented as he’s ever been. The collection has a clear nautical influence, but it is colorful, filled with gold-thread embroidery and with big weird head pieces. A lot of geometrical cuts, mixed textures and fun. You could feel the positive, fun emotion that surrounded the creations.

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I have to be honest. I’ve never really liked a Viktor&Rolf collection, and maybe because they have this abstract art vision towards fashion. This particular collection made that statement obvious. The pair has also ditched their Pret A Porter collection to focus on their “Fashion is Art” concept. They called this one: Wearable Art, and it could not have a better name. Viktor and Rolf were over the runway, fixing the dresses right there. You can see it.

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Alexis Mabille elebrated 10 years as a Couturier and has received the Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres distinction. For this collection he called 15 of his muses, among them Ditta Von Teese and Berenice Bejo and portrayed them as the true people who wears these clothes, as the heart of couture. Photographer Matthew Brookes made an awesome job.

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Elie Saab has a very clear formula for his collections. He’s Red-Carpet-perfect-choice. The sequins and beads embroidered dresses with that ethereal feel and princess-like luscious fabrics makes you feel like you could wear each dress to just be around in your house, and feel like you’re the queen of everything. This time, Saab tried some palazzos which is the novelty, and those black gowns with the flowers… Trust me, we’ll be seeing a lot of these on the red carpets to come.

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Maison Margiela was without a doubt the place for John Galliano to make a full come back. The ability to experiment with fabrics, textures, images and contradictions that already came in the DNA of the maison were just the place to bring back the immense talent that Galliano has. And when I say contradictions, I mean a dress made of what could have been a bag for potatoes, to “origami-like” printed dresses

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Alexandre Vauthier chose Los Angeles as the muse of this collection. And fringes, fringes all over. At the edge of a dress, from the belts on the shoes. It empowers a woman who wants to feel like a sexy rockstar with cut outs, thigh high slits and super short skirts, very LA if you ask me.

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Mr. Armani shocked his audience as he drifted away from his usual minimalistic ways towards a very early 80’s bright colored collection, with a Punk feel to it. Filled with feathers and bright sequins, blue, green and pink over green and making an ombre appearance. It was an odd choice for Armani, even though the silhouettes of the gowns and the jackets clearly had the Armani seal all over.

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Bouchra Jarrar up until now, designed for the working every day woman. And the clothes were beautiful and functional, but this time she went for a younger woman, with crop tops and pleated sheer skirts over short ones. There was a lot of fur, even in the crossed crop tops, mixed with big waisted pants.

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This Fall, Chanel was showing in a Casino. Kristen Stewart, Geraldine Chaplin, Rinko Kikuchi, Rita Ora, Lara Stone, Vanessa Paradis and Julianne Moore played at the tables, while the models walked around with Lagerfeld’s creations.
Since he also showed his very first jacket cut out by 3D laser, the whole collection had that “machine over man” theme going on. With a classic Chanel and incredibly oversized coats and jackets, but doll-like cheeks, lips and hair.

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My dear Giamba, always so beautiful and so great. Giambattista Valli has this classic italian work and he mixes it with his inspirations. This time, he went for Talitha Pol and Syd Barrett, some psychedelic view with bright colors and textures, and those huge dark shades. From the short feathered dresses, to the long and incredibly big fluffy gowns and that long black dress with flowers. You just fall in love with all of it.

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Alberta Ferretti is also a new addition to the Haute Couture Week, with her Limited Edition line. And I saw this one before, and I think it is perfect. It came out of a glorious french palais, and it actually did ‘cause Alberta has moved her atelier to a french chateau, that once belonged to the Rotchschilds, at Rue Faubourg Saint Honore. It has the baroque, and the feminine. It is delicate and sweet, and it has an immense amount of artisan craftsmanship. It is beautiful.

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Raf Simmons has taken his place at Dior perfectly, I just don’t think this was his best work. The environment created for the collection was a sign for big things to come, and yet I was not that greatly surprised. The big coats, the white loose dresses, that seemed like old night gowns. The crystal sequined dresses, and the ones with the flowers were nice, but for me it felt a little lost. Like the pieces didn’t quite match.

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I believe I forgot that Marco Zanini left the creative direction of Schiaparelli, and from here, it looks like the very best thing that could’ve happened to the brand of my dear Schiap. Bertrand Guyon stepped up and took over the collection, and I think this one has got it right. The values, the muscles that conform the Schiaparelli brand. The quirky and the elaborated, from the prints on the dresses to the head pieces, the diverse influences, the man has the right idea.

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Ulyana Sergeenko has gone from really weird to chosen by Rihanna for her crazy videos. The woman takes all her inspirations from her homeland, this time from the Soviet Russia, with a very elegant point of view and a naughty one, with sheer pieces and showing a lot more skin that ever before. Maybe that’s another reason why she caught Rihanna’s eye.

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I’ve said ti before, and I will say it again: Donatella has made some great work with Versace. She’s kept the theatricality that Gianni had, but the clothes have a lot more understanding. They are sexy and bold, and yet they have that quality, that feminine trait. This time, Donatella went full 70’s flower child, with a twist. 25,000 orchids filled the crystal runway, as they made the silhouette of the Versace Medusa on the back, where all the models came from. And they had flowers on their heads, and their backs and they seemed to form the strings that kept the pieces together. It was simple and strong as most things in nature do.

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So about that Dior-Rihanna AD

Remember the teaser?, Remember the short version of Rihanna running through different places of Palais de Versailles, in the dark? Remember how fashionably eerie that was?

Well, Dior has finally released the long version of Secret Garden IV, featuring Rihanna, in several Dior gowns, bags, shoes, and accessories that she absolutely rocks.

Never the less, I should warn you. It is still eerie and dark, and in this longer version those feeling deepen.

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As I told you, the video for the latest Dior campaign, creature get Rihanna has officially been posted in Dior.com.

Photographed and directed by Steven Klein, the video also contains an unveiled Rihanna song, presumably coming in her eighth album, still unnamed.

The Secret Garden shows Rihanna in all kinds of beautiful Dior clothes running around in an eerie Palais De Versailles.

Check it out

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Secret Garden IV: teaser

Rihanna happens to be the first “dark colored skin” woman to ever be in a Dior Campaign. But she was chosen due to her fashion choices, and her ability to pull off almost everything she puts on.

Steven Klein photographed the campaign at Palais de Versailles, which will finally drop on May 18th. And of course, there’s a video, but we won’t be able to see it until next week. So we have the teaser for what’s to come

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After all the buzz of Rihanna being portrayed in one Dior campaign, the images have finally been released.

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MET Gala 2015 China: Through the looking glass.

Tonight, The MET hosts fashions biggest party, as it unveils its fashion exhibit.

This year you will be able to see China’s fashion development. And it is always interesting, as the “asian” trend has been off the table for some time now. If you remember, back in the 90’s, we were all wearing those “China inspired” dresses and jackets.

Asian influence also goes to animals and bamboo prints. Sheer, delicate fabrics with a lot of flow, and at the same time, silky body hugging satin and structured taffetas. As it is China, it is mandatory some red and gold. The Invite also included some intricate head embellishments, and flowers. You’ll get it when you see Sarah Jessica Parker, as every other year.

Gold and silver, as well as semi nakedness under shiny embellishments and sheer fabrics, cut outs and some king of crop top were some of the trends on the red carpet.

Let it be said that most of the dresses had no relation whatsoever with China or any asian influence whatsoever, so the theme of the Gala should be stablished sooner so the participants had more time to figure out their dresses.
Rihanna showed up with a Guo Pei Couture gown which is obviously chinese by origin, but if you didn’t know I’m sure you would not figure it out it has any “asian influence”. I have to say that i loved Rihanna wearing the extra fluffy Pink Giambattista Valli, but this yellow giant cape with train and the head piece, and the shiny white sandals, and the necklace were a little bit too much, even for Rihanna who has proven to be able to pull off almost everything.

Let’s see the dresses.

Anne Wintour in Chanel

Anne Wintour in Chanel

Poppy Delevingne in Marchesa

Poppy Delevingne in Marchesa

Katie Holmes in Zac Posen

Katie Holmes in Zac Posen

Diane Kruger in Chanel

Diane Kruger in Chanel

SJP in H&M and Phillip Treacy headpiece

SJP in H&M and Phillip Treacy headpiece

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Tabitha Simmons in Dolce & Gabbana

Jennifer Lawrence in Dior

Jennifer Lawrence in Dior

Alicia Keys in Jean Paul Gaultier

Alicia Keys in Jean Paul Gaultier

Anne Hathaway in Ralph Lauren

Anne Hathaway in Ralph Lauren

Amanda Seyfried in Givenchy

Amanda Seyfried in Givenchy

Georgia May Jagger in Gucci

Georgia May Jagger in Gucci

Rosie Huntington in Versace

Rosie Huntington in Versace

Selena Gomez in Vera Wang

Selena Gomez in Vera Wang

Lilly Collins in Chanel

Lilly Collins in Chanel

Olsen Twins in John Galliano

Olsen Twins in John Galliano

Dakota Johnson in Chanel

Dakota Johnson in Chanel

Kate Hudson in Michael Kors

Kate Hudson in Michael Kors

Donna Karan & Calvin Klein

Donna Karan & Calvin Klein

Jennifer López in Versace

Jennifer López in Versace

Emily Blunt in Prada

Emily Blunt in Prada

Katy Perry in Moschino

Katy Perry in Moschino

Kim Kardashian in Cavalli

Kim Kardashian in Cavalli

Madonna in Moschino

Madonna in Moschino

Rita Ora in Tom Ford

Rita Ora in Tom Ford

Miley Cirus in Alexander Wang

Miley Cirus in Alexander Wang

Reese Witherspoon in Jason Wu

Reese Witherspoon in Jason Wu

Lady Gaga in Balenciaga

Lady Gaga in Balenciaga

Rihanna in Guo Pei Couture

Rihanna in Guo Pei Couture

Cara Delevingne in Stella McCartney

Cara Delevingne in Stella McCartney

Beyoncé in Givenchy

Beyoncé in Givenchy

Olivia Wilde in Prada

Olivia Wilde in Prada

FKA Twigs in Christopher Kane

FKA Twigs in Christopher Kane

Solange Knowles in Giles Deacon

Solange Knowles in Giles Deacon

Cher in Marc Jacobs

Cher in Marc Jacobs

Allison Williams in Giambattista Valli

Allison Williams in Giambattista Valli

Amal Clooney in Martin Margiela by John Galliano

Amal Clooney in Maison Margiela by John Galliano

Kerry Washington in Prada

Kerry Washington in Prada

Sienna Miller in Thakoon

Sienna Miller in Thakoon

Joan Smalls in Burberry

Joan Smalls in Burberry

Rose Byrne in Calvin Klein Collection

Rose Byrne in Calvin Klein Collection

Maggie Gyllenhaal in Roland Mouret

Maggie Gyllenhaal in Roland Mouret

Zendaya in Fausto Puglisi

Zendaya in Fausto Puglisi

Carey Mulligan in Balenciaga

Carey Mulligan in Balenciaga

Karlie Kloss & Gigi Hadid

Karlie Kloss & Gigi Hadid

Lisa Bonet & Lenny Kravitz

Lisa Bonet & Lenny Kravitz

Lorde in Calvin Klein

Lorde in Calvin Klein

Uma Thurman in Atelier Versace

Uma Thurman in Atelier Versace

Kristen Wiig in Prabal Gurung

Kristen Wiig in Prabal Gurung

Keri Russell in Altuzarra

Keri Russell in Altuzarra

Julianne Moore in Givenchy

Julianne Moore in Givenchy

Liu Wen in Michael Kors

Liu Wen in Michael Kors

Jessica Chastain in Givenchy

Jessica Chastain in Givenchy

Claire Danes in Valentino

Claire Danes in Valentino

Jennifer Connelly in Louis Vuitton

Jennifer Connelly in Louis Vuitton

Helen Mirren

Helen Mirren

Rachel Weisz in Chanel Couture

Rachel Weisz in Chanel Couture

Kate Beckinsale in Diane Von Fustenberg

Kate Beckinsale in Diane Von Fustenberg

Karen Elson in Dolce & Gabbana

Karen Elson in Dolce & Gabbana

Some may be missing, but you get the point.

Remember that the MET announced that they would ban any social media posting, but apparently that isn’t working effectively since Madonna, Katy Perry and Lady Gaga have already released a picture of themselves inside the party. So let’s stay tuned to see how these people can survive in their naked dresses.

Fashion at the Grammy Awards

In every red carpet season, people awaits for Grammys ‘cause the music industry has a little room for improvising and making weird statements with their clothes. It’s kind of expected, but sometimes this leisure can be stretched way too much.

As you saw in the Haute Couture Week, the “Mirror Ball look” will be a thing, as well as fringes with beading.

Metallic keeps going on, as extreme cut outs.

I will keep it short

I loved Rihanna in Giambattista Valli. You need that kind of personality to pull off such a complicated tulle-filled princess pink dress. And she did good with so little make up, because the dress was enough.

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Gwen Stefani was remarkable in both red and black Versace. The black was the Atelier dress turned into jumpsuit, but that has also been a trend of every red carpet so far. So it was a great choice. I’m not sure I liked the nude lips, but I’m sure I loved the red hot lips with the red dress.

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Miley Cirus Decided to ditch her “forever redneck” style for a night and went for a Couture Alexandre Vauthier. Even with the extreme cut outs, she kept it elegant, specially because she had something on. Again, I would have made the make up pop up a little more, but when it comes to Miley, it is just fine.

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Taylor Swift is making such a great style for herself. This teal Elie Saab with the purple sandals was just a great choice. It fits her right, the colors favor her a lot, and the rend with the long skirt in the front and the long train on the back is here to stay. Very nice hair and make up, as usual too.

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Beyonce wore her extensions proudly and rightly with the bright black Proenza Schouler, with that plunging cleavage. She also went for the “barely there” make up and it serves her right, ‘cause sparking beaded dresses do not need more help.

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I love Chrissy Teigen. She has a beautiful body, she knows it, she’s very confident and she wears everything just right. She’s a married lady and yet she’s not afraid to go a little sexy, without going insane. White is also a trend, and this Emilio Pucci was a good choice.

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I am not sure about Katy Perry’s sparkling fringed Zuhair Murad. Maybe it was the purple hair that threw everything off for me, or the nose ring (it is just too late for her to go down that road), or that face as if she was under the influence of strong medication. I wasn’t convinced at all.

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Rita Ora has always had weird fashion choices, to say the least. This “mirror ball” Prada, and that pixie that had some long parts just don’t work at all. And the crystals make her look disproportioned, or maybe that is just and effect but who would wanna look bad in such an occasion?

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Lady Gaga went for the “Mirror Ball effect” too, but with scales, and a plunging neckline, and a hight thigh slit, and a huge emerald between her breasts, because the dress wasn’t shiny enough. But let’s remember this is the woman who wore a meat dress before, so this falls under the “We’ll go with it and let it go” category.

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Oh my beloved Madge. Once you saw her onstage with the red matador Dolce&Gabbana, you could make some sense out of the “matador” sparkling Givenchy for the red carpet. But still it was such a bad idea. The ass bearing, the black vail under the torero hat, too much and not in a good way.

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Iggy Azalea just proved that you can ruin a perfect Armani gown with a horrible hairdo. And that’s just how it went down, she had that braided hat and ruined the Armani royal blue gown, with the cut outs, the sheer fabric over her feet and that “no make up” was the worn choice for this. She wasn’t wearing accessories and the dress was left alone with horrible hair.

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Nicki Minaj also went for the “wardrobe malfunction happening any moment”, with this black Tom Ford with beaded fringes. She did a little better with the accessories, but not the make up.

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And last, but the worst outfit of the night is never least, was Kim Kardashian ruining another great designers work, this time Jean Paul Gaultier, with that ass clown bath robe also in the wardrobe malfunction category (but we know she loves to have the first spot in that place). Too much “emo” hair, too much make up, excessive shoulder pads, bags and cuffs. Again, wrong and horrible.

The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards - Red Carpet

The Met Gala 2014

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In case you didn’t know, the dress code for this MET Gala at the Costume Institute was full evening attire, which means gowns, tuxedos, and up hairdos.
Of course, fashion will always give to the bold, the choice to break through the conventions and restrictions, whether those choices are right or wrong, that’s just up to the one who chooses the dress.
Beyoncé showed up in a black shiny beaded couture Givenchy, and I didn’t like it one bit. She looked like she belonged in a cabaret in the 20’s.
Instead, I really loved the risk that Emma Stone and Rihanna took, by taking the crop top to an elegant place. Not like Anne Hathaway, she was not wearing a crop top, she was wearing an ill fitting top, over a long skirt.
I understand that Sarah Jessica Parker was the ultimate fashion icon through Carrie Bradshaw, but she usually takes that honor to terrible extremes and this Oscar de la Renta was in that place. The dress was already big with a long, branded train and she chose to overwhelm it with that huge bun, and the gloves with the jewelry. Let that be a lesson to us all as how not to overdo a piece of clothing.
That being said, Oscar de la Renta and Stella McCartney where the designers of the night. I get Oscar, he’s a master mind of beautiful dresses and gowns, but Stella? Anyway, I loved the trouser, cut out skin tight top look that Cara Delevigne was wearing. That girl gets it right every time.
Jessica Alba looked flawless in that golden beaded Vivienne Westwood. Marion Cotillard and Jennifer Lawrence opted for their brand, Dior, and both were great. I still can’t decide if I loved the blue, circle cut out knee high dress that Cotillard was wearing, or the black beaded one of JLaw.
I must confess that I find the Kardashians a plague upon the face of humanity, and one of the reasons of everything that’s just wrong with the world, and I also think that Kanye West is stupid and has a terrible attitude. But the fact that she has gotten Ricardo Tisci to create the most horrible gown in his story as a designer, and she convinced Alber Elbaz to give her that gown that could’ve been a glorious one in somebody else is just beyond me. I can’t get my head around that. Victoria Beckham was wearing one piece of her own collection, and all was fine till we saw that make up. It made her face look small and weird.
Giselle in Balenciaga, clearly an Alexander Wang one. Flawless obviously.
Blake lively in a rosé Gucci Premiere, also fantastic, channeling vintage glamour. Kirsten Dunst and that weird Star Wars honoring Roland Mouret. Not the kind of dress I would go for. Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton, I don’t believe that particular dress was suited for the occasion but she makes it work. The it girl of the moment, Lupita N’yongo in Prada again going for the vintage 20’s. The bright color was perfect for her, I just believe her head accessory should’ve been smaller.
Charlize Theron in Dior, no comment here, you just have to love her.
Shailenne Woodley in a horrific Miu Miu. That was, along with Katie Holme’s belle marchesa gown, the worst of the night hands down. If these people have stylists just dedicated to make them look good, why do they let them go to the street looking like that?
Georgia May Jagger dared to show a lot of skin in Thierry Mugler, a brand that’s not used much anymore, and has fantastic pieces. It was bold but elegant.
Karlie Kloss is the proof of what I just said about Oscar de la Renta. This black and gold gown is perfect for the occasion, is elegant, is sexy, and fits her perfectly.

This was a good night for fashion.

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