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Fashion choices for the CFDA red carpet are very eclectic; there is no dress code, just the requirement of looking amazing. Some choose to dress very elegantly, while others dress much more casual. This year, minimalism, white, black, and metallic were the go-to, so the few celebrities who chose color were the highlight of the evening. Here’s my pick for top 10 best dressed:
It seems that the most fashionable thing to do nowadays for design houses is to revamp and bring back to life their classics. This time, Givenchy launches another special edition of its perfume Eaudemoiselle, its 2012 version called Eaudemoiselle de Givenchy Eau Florale.
The new, ultra-feminine, floral fragrance notes has refreshing notes of pink grapefruit, pear, wild rose, watery jasmine, blonde woods and musk. The scent was inspired by Japanese wild roses. Pretty!
The elegant Eaudemoiselle was first launched in 2010 and this is the second time Givenchy launches modified versions of it, the first one being Eaudemoiselle de Givenchy Eau Fraiche. The 2012 version follows the same bottle design but now with a pink colored fragrance, and will be available in 50ml Eau de Toilette.
Known as the “Oscars of the East Coast” or the “Oscars of fashion”, the Costume Institute Gala is a fashion event no one wants to miss. This year’s theme was ‘Schiaparelli And Prada: Impossible Conversations’. While some stars did follow the theme, some decided to do their own thing. This is THE most fashionable red carpet night, with famous faces from the fashion industry, the music industry and the small and silver screen.
The trends this year were metallic dresses, like the ones Carey Mulligan and Karolina Kurkova wore; some others chose to wear a pop of bright color like Emily Blunt and January Jones, and dark lips were very popular, as seen on Lana del Rey, Jessica Alba, and Leighton Meester.
Everyone is talking about Beyoncé ‘s grand entrance in a lace and feather Givenchy, which I hated. And Marc Jacobs ‘ outfit choice, which is, undescribable… See for yourself!
These are my top best and worst dressed:
Cameron Diaz in Stella McCartney
Amy Adams in Giambattista Valli.
Lana del Rey in Joseph Altuzarra.
Sofia Vergara in Marchesa.
January Jones in Versace.
Claire Danes in J. Mendel (with Hugh Dancy).
And the top worst dressed:
Kristen Stewart in WTH???
Elizabeth Banks in TooMuchGoingOn.
Mary-Kate Olsen in gothic witch.
Anja Rubik and her take on the infamous Angelina Jolie leg.
Marc Jacobs in I see London I see France…
Florence Welch after a huge pillow fight…
Beyoncé in I have a huge ego…
What do you think about my choices? Do you have other top best and worst dressed?
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