So we’ve already done the SAG Awards and the Golden Globes and last night all the hottest Hollywood stars descended on the UK for the BAFTAs 2017, and of course they all brought their red carpet glam team as there were so many gorgeous looks, where black, embroidery detailing and ruffles were the key trends of the night. But who was the best dressed? Well, here are my top five from Nicole Kidman in Giorgio Armani Privé to Emily Blunt in Alexander McQueen. BAFTAs 2017 Best Dressed My top spot at the BAFTAs 2017 has to go to Rising Star Award nominee
After a few questionable themes, do you remember the year of punk? The Met Gala 2016 displayed a high-tech vibe for this year’s exhibition, ‘Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology’, and if I’m honest it produced more misses than hits as designers fell a little short when they were thinking fashion and technology, which doesn’t just mean robots and space-age, so as you can probably guess there was a lot of silver. Rather than exploring the idea of wearable technology, it seemed that the red carpet was split in two, haute couture man-made beauties and machine-inspired, in
Who: Actress Diane Kruger Where: At the People Launch party at Waldorf Astoria in Berlin, Germany Wearing: A cherry blossom chiffon Alexander McQueen dress featuring 3D enamel flower embroidery from the spring/summer 2015 collection, teamed with a white Deco Alexander McQueen clutch and white strappy heels
There was an excitement and a sadness in the air at the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty preview at the V&A, excitement at the exhibition finally coming home – we’ve waited nearly five years, as well as a sense of remembrance at who Lee Alexander McQueen was, and the legacy he has left with his creativity and talent.
When the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York honoured Alexander McQueen’s brilliance with a retrospective exhibition back in 2011 I knew I had to see it, sadly a press trip I was suppose to be going on was postponed and I missed it by a few days. Since then I have hoped, prayed and signed numerous online petitions to see the exhibition here in the UK and was ecstatic when my favourite museum the V&A announced they would be bringing the sold-out Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibition to London.