Before I get into my Oscar faves I’d like to take a moment to thank Seth McFarlane for making the Oscars enjoyable enough to watch from beginning to end. 🙂 The we say your boobs sketch had me crying! Below are some of my unexpected faves:
Anne Hathaway looked flawless in pink and diamonds.
Helen Hunt wore a neutral navy _. It was okay looking, but the best part of it was the shockingly low price tag and it benefits Global Green. She chose it “because it was the most beautiful dress I tried on and they partner with Global Green,” she said. “It was a win-win-win.” Asked if it was comfortable, she said “I’m not in my sweat pants but I do feel pretty good.”
Jordin Sparks was definitely the red carpet standout at the 2012-Billboard Awards. Her look was sexy and classy with a whimsical, airy aura that is perfect for spring and summer. Tip: Don’t let the lace fool you into thinikng this is a strictly dressy look. Simply swap the heels for animal print flats or add a denim jacket for a cool effortless vibe. Check out Jordin’s look and my spin on it below. Get Jordin’s look with pieces from Asos, Bakers Shoes and Fantasy Jewelry Box.
Scarlett Johansson looked divine in a beautiful black strapless Versace dress at the AVENGERS premiere (see exclusive pics below). Love that she doesn’t really have a style…she can wear any outfit with an attitude! Get Scarlett’s look for less from Forever 21, Bakers Shoes & Fantasy Jewelry Box.
Instead of showing a slew fashion shots of celeb’s attending the 63rd Emmy awards, I decided just to highlight my fave: Jennifer Carpenter from the show Dexter, wearing Tony Ward. Carpenter rarely makes a blip on the fashion radar, but in my opinion her simple look stole the show. In a sea of over the top evening wear, her dress was understated, elegant and divine (I even liked how the dress complemented Jennifer’s sun kissed hair). Who was you favorite dressed celeb at the Emmy’s?
About Tony Ward: Tony Ward’s haute couture collection was launched in 1995 in his home country of Lebanon. Ward is known for his painstaking workmanship that combines seductive, transparent fabrics with hand-sewn embroidery and jewel embellishments. Before the inception of his own line, Ward worked with renowned designers Claude Montana, for Lanvin; Gianfranco Ferré, for Dior; and Karl Lagerfield, for Chloé. After his tenure at The Maison Chloé, Ward returned to Lebanon to concentrate on the launch of his namesake line in his family’s 40-year-old atelier. The collection is created for the sophisticated woman whose distinctive charm and timeless style mirror the exquisite detail of Ward’s designs. His Pret-a-Porter collection was just launched last season and is available at select luxury retailers worldwide including Neiman Marcus and Jimmy’s. Visit www.TonyWard.net for more information on the designer.