When it comes to awards shows, the Grammys red carpet is generally go-big-or-go-home, which does lead to a lot of celebrities making the worst dressed lists than the best, I think it’s because they think wearing their stage wardrobes is the best way to go, it is not. This year’s Grammys 2016 was no different, there was a lot of skin on show, not just Taylor Swift, and I love that the commentators were justifying it because California is having a winter heat wave, that doesn’t excuse some of the looks. For me, the looks that have grabbed my attention, with
So we’ve had the Golden Globes and the Critics’ Choice Awards, and last night was the Screen Actors Guild Awards, better known as the SAG Awards 2016 and the red carpet was shall we say just OK, there were a few great looks, lots of nice looks, and a whole lot of boring. I’m not sure whether it was because some of my red carpet big hitters were missing Cate Blanchett, Jennifer Lawrence, Jennifer Lopez, Kate Hudson, and Emily Blunt, who we’ve seen previously this award season. However, there was some good news British-based designers did really well, we had
I know I have been bombarding you with lots of red carpet fashion, Oscars weekend is full on, I’ve already run through all my favourite Oscars looks, gushed over Diane Kruger’s hybrid look, and now here we have Naomi, Amy and Natalie rounding off my best dressed at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party.
The Grammy Awards are notorious for being a bit of a hit-and-miss red carpet, mainly because singers it seems like sheer, cut-outs, and generally plunging, anything for a little attention. For most it doesn’t work, it is generally so bad you have to laugh, but as I don’t like to focus on the negative, let us rejoice in the fact that there were a handful of beauties that pulled off amazing looks. Here are my best-dressed ladies from the 2015 Grammy Awards:
The beauty of Haute Couture is the glamour, the knowledge that the garments take hundreds of hours to produce, mostly by hand, nearly all bespoke, and always with no real budget in mind, it is why I love it so much as it is basically pure fantasy, and it’s the wedding gowns that inspire the most. I think this has been one of the best Paris Haute Couture Week’s for a while, truly inspiring craftsmanship that really showcased the best in forward-thinking designs, and the bridal gowns were just exquisite. Elie Saab always inspires brides with his beaded beauties, but I’ve