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Monday, 27 February 2012

2012 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Red Carpet

Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt in Johanna Johnson
We’d like her dress a lot more if it didn’t have that plunging neckline. He looks perfect.

Kate Bosworth in Prabal Gurung
Hold us, kittens. That is one frightening dress.

Miley Cyrus in Roberto Cavalli
Aw, let’s hear it for the old gal! Seventy-eight years YOUNG!

Paula Patton in Naeem Khan
CANNOT STAND how she poses on the red carpet. This isn’t the Adult Video Awards, honey. Stop looking at every camera like you want to blow it.
Her skirt’s too high and her babyheads are squealing in pain.

Rachel Zoe
Simple, but impeccably styled, of course. We don’t love the hair, but it’s her signature look and we probably wouldn’t recognize her if she wore it up or blew it out.

Sean Combs
Anyone catch him getting out of his limo and getting the full lint-roll from some sycophant? We want that. We want to get out of limos and have some queen be there waiting for us with a lint roller.
Pants need hemming.

Shailene Woodley in Proenza Schouler
Cute dress. Horribly matchy shoes.

Zoe Saldana in Marios Schwab
Our disappointment is a bottomless well of grief. Easily the worst she’s ever looked. We’re going to spend the rest of the afternoon drinking this memory away.

Abbie Cornish in Tommy Hilfiger
Simple and perfect.

Amy Adams in Vivienne Westwood
Wow. This is kind of a departure for her. The skirt’s weird and the shoes take it into cougar territory, though. Above the knees, she looks great.

Anderson Cooper
Perfection. Why’d you have to ruin it by putting your hand in your pocket?

Bradley Cooper
Not loving the fit, which makes him look thick around the middle. It’s possible Bradley has a little gut, but let’s face it: it’s not very likely.

Cameron Diaz in Victoria Beckham
Fan-fucking-tastic color on her.

Chris Evans
Oh, come ON. We don’t give a shit how hot you are, you don’t pose on the red carpet like a groomsman at the end of the night. Jacket buttoned, hands at your side. It’s for all of 5 minutes, tops. You delicate studs should be able to handle it since the ladies are all tottering around on heels that practically guarantee foot surgery before they turn sixty.

Elizabeth Banks in Chadwick Bell
It’s such an unusual dress that we kind of love it just for being unusual. It’s a bit much, but the Vanity Fair party is where “a bit much” goes to die.

Elizabeth Olsen in Christian Dior
Hate the skirt, hate the purse, hate the miserable puss.

January Jones in Wes Gordon
Another dress that’s so weird we almost love it just for being weird.
We said “almost.” Love the colors on her and love the skirt and leather sash, but the top is fussy and messy. Kinda digging the “They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?” hair.

Jennifer Lopez in Zuhair Murad Couture
It’s like someone took her Oscars dress and dumped pig’s blood on it.
Having said that, she looks spectacular.
Darlings, it was the Vanity Fair Oscar party! Where people who weren’t invited to the main event get dressed up and people who were invited to the main event get dressed down! Let’s judge!

2012 Oscars Red Carpet-Very warmer and very aging

Judy Greer in Monique Lhuillier
 Sharp as hell.

Kelly Osbourne in Badgley Mischka
We’ve always defended her but she’s really starting to get on our nerves lately, especially when she starts talking about fashion like she has decades of experience with it. And besides, no one with hair the color of potpourri burner water should be lecturing anyone about their style.
But the dress is nice.
Kelly Ripa
 That’s one tightly wound spring. She looks like she could go off at any second. Look how everyone behind her is moving back. They can sense the danger.

Leslie Mann in Roberto Cavalli
 Sharp and chic.

Maya Rudolph in Johanna Johnson
 We didn’t like this at all onscreen but it looks a bit better here.
Melissa Leo in Reem Acra
 We hate the sad little sash, but the dress itself is kinda chic. Just wish it was a little fitted.

Mellisa McCarthy in Marina Rinaldi
 AWFUL. We realize that her size and shape make it ridiculously difficult to score free dresses for the red carpet, but we’ve seen her in so many disasters we’re ready to declare that her problem goes deeper: she really doesn’t know how to dress herself. Now, the basic shape here isn’t bad, but the color is horrible, the glittery trim looks tacky and the big flowy sleeves add volume.
We think she could solve so many problems for herself if she’d go the Gabby Sidibe route and decide that she doesn’t give a good flying fuck what the world thinks of her arms by opting for sleeveless dresses with wraps or dresses with little cap sleeves. Nothing is going to magically make her body smaller, so she’d be much better off by owning it rather than trying to cover it in extra fabric.

Milla Jovovich in Elie Saab
 Knocked it out of the park. We’ve always loved her ability to go from zero to uber-glam so effortlessly.

Missi Pyle in Valentina Delfino
 Fantastic color, but way over-designed.

Penelope Ann Miller in Badgley Mischka
Still needs that hair consult. P.A., let us get you started: lose the pale blonde hair and go for strawberry blonde. It’ll do wonders for you.
The dress is pretty. Not over-the-top chic but much, much better than a lot of what she’s worn through awards season.
Rose Byrne in Vivienne Westwood
 This look seems to have been universally praised, but we thought it looked odd as hell. It’s tight across her boobs and drapey over her hips, which makes her bottom half look much wider than her top. Add that mushroom cap on top of her head and the shape becomes so weird that she almost looks like a semi-colon.

Sarah Hyland in Alberta Ferretti
 This looked more romantic and ethereal onscreen than it does here. we thought the color looked pretty on her but it all looks like a sad prom dress in this picture.

Shailene Woodley in Valentino
This looked terrible onscreen last night but looks considerably less so here. We think this might be a dress for not moving at all. Once you move and speak, it starts looking awkward. Too many design elements on a dress that deceives you into thinking it’s simple. Interesting choice, though. We’ll give her that.
Angelina Jolie in Atelier Versace
What the shit was she doing with her leg all night? Did she come down with a bout of crazy or something? Because usually Angie’s pretty demure when it comes to playing the sex card. That was just odd the way she kept sticking her leg out like that all night, especially when she did it on stage. Look at how far apart her feet are! She’s ready to squat down behind home plate!
The dress is fine, if a little big for her.

Cameron Diaz in Gucci Première
We were surprised by how much we liked this, given our constant bitching about neutrals on the RC and dresses that match the hair color. It’s very chic and clean-looking. And the bit of glitter in the skirt was a nice touch.

Gwyneth Paltrow in Tom Ford
So we hear that classless people with vision problems are out on the internet voting this one of the worst looks of the night. Lucky for you, we have taste here at T Lo Taste, Inc., and we absolutely loved this for being dramatic as hell without being too attention-seeking. Quietly dramatic.
But the hair’s pretty bad, we have to admit. Love the cuff.

Thursday, 23 February 2012

Designers Seen Chasing the New Crop of Stars from Oscar Outlook

“I can promise you that these girls are already setting up who they want to wear to the Academy Awards,” said Jessica Paster, whose clients include Emily Blunt, Hilary Duff and Dakota Fanning.

With those actresses committing to designers, Paster added that the competition may heat up to dress presenters, especially if the likes of Cameron Diaz and the cast of “Bridesmaids,” which includes Rose Byrne, decide to present. Evaluating the fashion in the award season thus far, Paster expressed disappointment at top designers’ unwillingness to work with actresses who aren’t the youngest and the thinnest in Hollywood.

“I want to see some of the designers be more open-minded and not be so very vapid,” she said.

For the biggest celebrities, the trick is to be the first to nab exclusives with the designers of their choice.

“There are a lot of exclusives, so the list of go-to designers is becoming smaller and smaller,” said George Kotsiopoulos, co-host of the E network’s “Fashion Police.” “Even if you are a huge star and you call Versace or Valentino, they may tell you they already have an exclusive, so that already rules out those collections. It is getting a lot more difficult.”

As for what to expect among the presumptive biggest gets, Williams has the longest Oscar résumé. The actress first made a splash at the 2006 ceremony, as a best supporting actress nominee, with then fiancé and “Brokeback Mountain” co-star Heath Ledger. She has kept up her high marks since donning that year’s now-famous marigold Vera Wang gown. She favors Fifties party-dress silhouettes, be it Proenza Schouler, Dior or Marni, short shift dresses (all the better to channel Mia Farrow), and full-length bias sheaths in black and white. Chanel, Givenchy and Miu Miu tend to be her go-to designers, but this season she has shown range in Victoria Beckham and Jason Wu.

Chastain tends to accentuate her petite curves, porcelain skin and red hair with body-conscious styles and bright colors, and it’s clear the ingenue is relishing the opportunity to play dress up. “The clothes are a great part of this whole experience,” Chastain said recently at the Critics’ Choice Awards. “I’ve learned so much about fashion, it’s like going from zero to 100. I get to wear things I never dreamed I would ever wear.”

Since bursting onto the scene, Mara, who was handpicked by director David Fincher to star as Lisbeth Salander in “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo,” has been on a red-carpet whirl for the film’s international premieres. Because she is still sporting her character’s black bangs for the sequel, Mara has wisely chosen to play into her dark, edgy style. With midriff cutouts, geometric shapes and a mostly monochrome palette, she has quickly developed a signature look that she’s unlikely to veer from come Oscars. Her Nina Ricci gown at the Golden Globes would have also been appropriate for the big day.

As for what to expect from Bejo, the actress named names at the British Academy of Film & Television Arts’ pre-Golden Globes tea party earlier this month. Elie Saab, the French actress said, is her favorite designer.

“I would wear him every time if I could,” she explained. “His dresses fit me perfectly, and my style.”

Of course, personal preference doesn’t always win out. Bejo walked the Globes carpet in Gucci.

This year’s crop of final decisions and fought-over exclusives will be revealed Feb. 26, when the ceremony is broadcast on ABC — during Milan Fashion Week, as usual.

But while Kotsiopoulos hopes actresses will take risks at the Oscars, he doubts it will happen.

“If you want to sell yourself as a serious actress, it may not be the best idea to wear the craziest outfits to award shows,” he said. “I get why people play it safe. There is so much at stake now. People are selling themselves as brands.”
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences may have only released its Oscar nominations on Tuesday, but the fashion world has already chosen its favorites.

Stylists said the crop of new faces among the nominations gives designers a whole new group of young actresses to battle over for the red carpet. The four likely to be in most demand are Jessica Chastain, who was spotted front row at the Armani Privé couture show in Paris on Tuesday; Michelle Williams, who already won a Golden Globe; Rooney Mara, and Bérénice Bejo.

Wednesday, 22 February 2012

JENNY PACKHAM chosen Debenhams as her collaborator of choice

"I have taken some of our most feminine and glamorous styles and evolved them into a collection for Debenhams," explained Packham. "The red dress is a favourite for me as it has an understated dare devil appeal."

Known for dressing the world's most beautiful women ( Kate Winslet, the Duchess of Cambridge and Angelina Jolie are all fans of the label), Packham's new range will bring her work to a new demographic - with prices starting at £18 for jewellery and stretching to £160 for full-length gowns. The collection will also include shoes, headwear and dresses perfect for any bride or bridesmaid-to-be.

"I have wanted to design a diffusion collection for some time and believe Debenhams has the experience and energy to create and produce the collection," Packham told us. "It is very important to me to have control over my label and Debenhams actively promote this to ensure maximum synergy between designer and creation."

JENNY PACKHAM is the latest designer to create a high street collection, choosing Debenhams as her collaborator of choice. The occasion wear line will feature 19 dresses, which will launch in batches - first in April and then later this summer.

Monday, 20 February 2012

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Sunday, 19 February 2012

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