Day three of my Oscars 2018 coverage – are you still with me? Or are you totally done with the award season red carpet? I promise this is the last one, but it is a good one, my favourite looks from the Vanity Fair Oscars Party, which sometimes I find is even better than the main event as the celebs can be a little be more adventurous, and I have some gorgeous looks for you – from Gal Gadot to Sienna Miller and my new style crush, Eiza Gonzalez who apparently you all love from your social media comments. My Favourite 8 Looks
It’s unheard of to say that every single dress at an award ceremony red carpet will go down in history, but that’s what happened at the Golden Globes 2018, as everyone who graced the red carpet wore black in solidarity with the Time’s Up initiative to combat systemic sexual harassment, abuse and discrimination across all industries. The Time’s Up #WhyWeWearBlack movement launched at the beginning of the year when more than 300 women who work in film, television and theatre signing an open letter of solidarity in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment scandal. They called on Hollywood to
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
If I said to you which fashion houses are the go-to red carpet designers – would Prada be one of them? I can imagine that you are probably listing designers including Elie Saab, Armani, Versace, Givenchy, Dior and Chanel, but not so much Prada. I think a couple of years ago Miuccia Prada didn’t really translate her Prada ready-to-wear onto the red carpet, the designs looked a little rushed, unflattering and not very well put together, but in the last 12-months I’ve noticed I stark change in direction from the Italian fashion house, the designs are more custom to the wearer
When I saw Diane Kruger’s name on the list of Cannes 2015 attendees I was excited, she rarely disappoints, but I wasn’t prepared for her red carpet look to be Prada, I had Chanel, Elie Saab and Giambattista Valli in mind, but oh my am I pleased that she surprised me, as I was completely floored when I saw her in this powder blue embellished halter gown.