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Best of 2016 SAG Awards Red Carpet

Some years are like the tree that keeps on giving; many good movies that could win at the Oscars, strong red carpets one after the other making it really hard to choose a favorite, new albums, exciting festivals, great exhibitions, collections and so on. It’s a little early to label a year as a good one but even the swoon worthy red carpet performances of new comers Brie Larson and Alicia Vikander is reason enough to get excited. They seem like they can do no wrong and together with veterans like Naomi Watts, Claire Danes, Kristen Wiig (and hey where’s Cate Blanchett?!) plus already established red carpet goddess Laverne Cox, risk taker Nicole Kidman (even though that Gucci looks a little borrowed on her I really appreciate someone having the balls to bring that fun collection on the red carpet) and “thank god she finally opted for a classic minimal Narciso Rodriguez and nailed it after years of disappointment” Amanda Peet – it’s hell of an award season to watch. Here are my 50 favorite …

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Best of 2016 Critics’ Choice Awards

I know, in the land of internet, two day old news is as good and relevant as two year old news but I simply couldn’t let go of Alicia Vikander‘s dreamy Mary Katrantzou dress at Critics’ Choice awards and wanted it to eternally be a part of The Fashion Medley. Rachel McAdams‘ burgundy Elie Saab, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley‘s Saint Laurent and Kirsten Dunst‘s Chanel are also good enough to make you wonder if they were dressed THIS good for Critics’ Choice, which let’s be honest isn’t an event everyone cares about, what will they look like at the Academy Awards?! 2016 started to kick red carpet’s ass.

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73rd Golden Globe Awards Red Carpet

A pleasantly surprising Golden Globe red carpet hit the screens of our tvs, phones and twitters last night, and since I still haven’t watched most of the nominated movies and tv series yet, my whole entire focus was on the red carpet yesterday (ok, it was half and half between the Packers game and the red carpet). It was a hundred percent glamour with around 20 percent safe play, 10 percent cliché, 5 percent bad looks and almost zero disasters. Alicia Vikander was one of the first to arrive and managed to remain my favorite till the very end in a heavenly – maybe a little maid like – Louis Vuitton that only she could rock that good. Brie Larson, Kirsten Dunst, Rooney Mara, Zendaya, Heidi Klum and many more were among my favorites (all the looks I show here by themselves and not in a gallery are on my best dressed list) but I have to make a special shout out to Jennifer Lopez, who fairly glowed in a mustard yellow, surprisingly covered up, …

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Best Of Cannes Red Carpet Part II

Sienna Miller in Ralph Lauren   Cannes Film Festival is over for 2015 with Jacques Audiard winning the Palme d’or with Dheepan, however since I’m no expert on movies I mainly focused on red carpet, day after day. While the second part of the spectacle wasn’t as rich (and scandalous) as the first couple of days, amfAR gala – and the endless line of supermodels – sure made up for it. From Sienna Miller to Karlie Kloss, Gigi Hadid and Kendall Jenner, it’s a good time to feast your eyes and reconsider that summer diet. And by reconsider I mean speed it up.

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Best Of Cannes Red Carpet Part I

Cannes Film Festival, with all its feathers, sequins and cool girls in tuxes and flats, is when the most stylish bunch of people in the world gather together to make the mortals feel useless and dull – all the while celebrating the art of cinema of course. At least it was until this year, ever since word got out that there is a strict high heel policy at the Cannes red carpet and women have been suffering from it, I started to feel like maybe it’s not all magical. It’s quite painful actually. There was a time when a scandal during Cannes included Brigitte Bardot wearing a bikini, not organizers torturing women, even elder ones with health problems. Way to ruin the most established and beautiful red carpet in history.