I’m fairly certain it’s not a coincidence almost all award shows are lined up in the two months the entire north hemisphere hates the most. I don’t know where else I’d find the will to dress up if it weren’t for all the beautiful, colorful, embellished, sequinned, gorgeous gowns on the red carpet. Here, to make your Monday a little bit better, my picks for 25 best dressed at SAG Awards.
When you’re a fashion blogger who’s crazy about sports (football, mostly), trying to follow a red carpet airing at the same time as a playoff game can be more torturous than joyful, but I did it. And thanks to pink dresses with stars on it, playful sequins, beautiful maternity looks, deep plunges and masterful hemlines, it was all worth wearing out the back button of the remote. Here are my favorite 25 looks from the Golden Globe Awards red carpet:
If it wasn’t for Claire Danes, or maybe Sarah Paulson, I would have been writing about some fashion week stuff right now instead of this post. I know Emmy Awards is the least exciting red carpet event in the world which is why I always choose NFL over it and catch up with it later (awkward E! interviews don’t help either) but this time I couldn’t even find inspiration for my next wedding outfit, I gotta say. All that money, stylists at your doorstep, god given looks and this is the best you can do? I can choose 5 different gowns on sale right now that would be a better choice than what some of these women were wearing, but I owe it to a handful of gals who deserved to be praised, so here is my best dressed list of the 68th Emmy Awards.
To be perfectly honest I don’t know much about the art of film so I wouldn’t be looking forward to Cannes every year this much if it wasn’t for the red carpet. But it’s so good, possibly the best in the world, that it would make even a chick flick superhero sequel fan (at least I’m not one) become obsessed with indie cinema. Since there are so many days and many beautiful looks, I divided it into half and here are all the best dressed of the first 5 days of Cannes Film Festival.
When I first heard about this year’s MET exhibition (and therefore, gala) theme, I was genuinely afraid. “Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology” calls for a lot of misinterpretation or worse, a lot of taking things literally and dressing up like a robot (there are always a few who do this every single year and this year the award went to Zayn Malik, who, with those tin robot arms over his suit seriously looked like the tag-along friend of Gigi Hadid) so my hopes weren’t too high. And actually the first half hour or so was hinting at one of the most disappointing MET Galas ever, then there started to be a glimmer of hope with Alexa Chung, then Kendall Jenner, then Kate Bosworth, Naomi Campbell, Nicole Kidman, Kate Hudson, Zendaya, HAIM, Ciara and just when I was already pleasantly fulfilled, entered Beyonce. She was a dream in her floral embellished latex Givenchy gown, straight hair and black eyes, it was the most stylish she ever was on a red carpet and …