2010-03-30 daily 0.7 boy und schwester: An incredibly well dressed Oscars 2010

Monday, 8 March 2010

An incredibly well dressed Oscars 2010

The world and his wife will be blogging about Oscar dresses today but who cares!

My hands down favourite was Sarah Jessica Parker in Chanel Couture. Kudos for wearing something a little different on the red carpet that was unusual, up-to-date and a beautiful colour. She looked incredible. I'm sad that not everyone else
agrees. Photo from Red Carpet Fashion Awards.

I loved Vera Farmiga's use of colour. Her Marchesa dress is stunning. It could have drowned some people but she looks so composed in it. Oh, for an ounce of that poise!
Photo from the LA Times, who also have a lovely selection of photos of the dresses.

Anna Kendrick, co-star of Vera Farmiga from Up in the Air, also looked lovely in Elie Saab. Romantic and soft without being frilly and girly. I love her hair too.
Photo from My Fashion Life.

Yay for Tina Fey! She looks hot in Michael Korrs! Proving clever, funny women are attractive and stylish! Modern feminism at work?!
Photo from My Fashion Life.

Kate Winselt simply glowed last night in Yves Saint Laurent.
Photo from LA Times.

She's my age so I can't really say she looks sweet, but Carey Mulligan does look so excited to be at the Oscars! I like her Prada dress a lot but don't love it. More colour perhaps? The sequin details are little scissors and other fun things.
Photo from the LA Times.

One of the best dressed on the red carpet was Meryl Streep in Chris March, she looks modern and stunning.
Photo from LA Times.

Maggie Gyllenhaal also looked great. A lovely use of print and colour. She looked modern and un-princessy, which so many others went for. Isn't this picture of her and her brother Jake lovely?
Photo from The Telegraph.

Kirsten Stewart looked the best I have ever seen her on the red carpet in Monique Lhullier. I think it's mainly because she's smiling! Some earrings would have made it perfect though.
Photo from The Telegraph.

And wait for this one, Miley Cyrus looked nice. A little orange perhaps, but what a lovely dress from Jenny Packham.

Photo from The Telegraph.

I really like the thought that went into Robert Downey Jr.'s teal bow tie. None of the men on the red carpet were going to do a '
What James Wore?' but I like this bit of interest. Apparently it matches the colour of his wife's dress but you can't really tell that from this photo. Photo from the LA Times.

But, for interest, just note the difference in how the bow tie sits in the shirt collar in these photos of Robert Downey Jr and Tom Ford...
Photo from the BBC.

Tom Ford - the manifestation of perfection in detail. And don't you love the leather white rose? The details make the man.

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