Who: Julianne Moore Where: At the 72nd Annual Golden Globe Awards held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California Wearing: A custom-made Givenchy Couture metallic sequinned gown with feather detailing on the skirt, teamed with Chopard earrings Verdict: Wow, wow, wow – what a frock! Julianne Moore always brings it for award season but I think this has to be one her boldest looks to-date and she pulled it off with ease. If this gown had just been fully beaded, even with the ombre bottom to the skirt it would have been stunning, but by adding in the feathers it sparks a whole other
Ever wondered what a Riccardo Tisci private party would look liked? Well according to Givenchy Rave autumn/winter 2014 ad campaign it includes a select guest list, gorgeous models, lots of dancing, half-naked men, music from the Martinez Brothers and most importantly a strict Givenchy AW14 dress code. It really does sounds like my sort of rave.
I love a big film release, not only is it fun to see a blockbuster at the cinema, it also brings out the best red carpet fashion outside of award season and Cannes. For Noah, the epic biblical-inspired movie, I thought I would be gushing about Emma Watson, granted I have already and she has looked gorgeous, but for me this promo tour has all been about Jennifer Connelly, who plays Noah’s wife in the film, as she has looked sensational. I have loved every look she has worn, from the exquisite floral embellished Alexander McQueen gown from the autumn/winter 2014
Who: Diane Kruger aka my number one girl crush Where: At the premiere of her new TV show The Bridge on FX in Los Angeles Wearing: A green, white and black sleeveless chiffon Jonathan Saunders dress from the Resort 2014 collection, teamed with white Givenchy heels and a nude Charlotte Olympia ‘Cancer Pandora’ perspex clutch Verdict: I do love seeing Diane Kruger on the red carpet as you never quite know what to expect, and I certainly couldn’t have predicted that she would wear this amazing Jonathan Saunders dress. I love the summery floaty vibe of the dress, with the sheer and ombre colouring
Each year after the Oscars and the award season has finished I have to admit I go through a little lull when it comes to red carpet appearances, premieres are fine but they just don’t have the glamour of a big award show, which is why I am always pleased when May comes around as it has two big fashion events – the Cannes Film Festival and the Met Gala. This coming Monday, May 6, the very best in fashion will be strutting their stuff in celebration of Met’s Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibition, and I love that the red carpet event