We'll try and leave our snarkiness in the other room... try, we said... overall, pretty impressed with the fashion candor of the celebrity set. Super happy about the vintage looks that walked the red carpet ala Lana Del Rey and Laura Carmichael. Bravo to Cameron Silver at Decades and Penny Lovell for representin' and showing how vintage can and should be worn. Whether in vintage or something modern and chic, this year's display of fashion was definitely on point and unique.
My faves, like always, have a French influence and a collaboration of color, cut and style that stands out but in the most glamorous, most feminine, most beautiful way.
Keira Knightley in Chanel Haute Couture. I can't help it. This is SO me. I would wear this dress and probably never take it off. It fulfills all of the categories I strive for: uniqueness, femininity, florals and lace, and well, an unspoken sexiness.
Dakota Johnson in Chanel Haute Couture. Simple and yet not. Just how I like it. Leaving us with a double take... whoa, wait a second, what's that?! Kind of amazing.
Lupita Nyong'o in Giambattista Valli Couture. I mean, how do I begin here? She's just awesome and this dress is awesome. That's all.
Emma Stone in Lanvin. What?! Seriously? You stole my "one day I'm going to wear a killer pant suit with a train look, b*$#^h." No, but really, how cool is she? Wearing a pair of pants that fits like a glove and an overwhelmingly stunning, bustling train is just ... well... she wins.
Sienna Miller in Miu Miu leaves me begging for More More. It sings a sweet, Parisian song that I can't help but dance to, people. It is perfection. Her carefree visage - the hair, the makeup and the delicate applique of this dress is, well, done and done.
That's all I've got for now, folks. Who were your favorites? Until the next award show... au revoir! MGK