oscars best dressed: neutral.

did you watch the oscars? a few people i knew weren’t watching, because they didn’t want to hear political speeches. “award shows aren’t the place for politics,” they said. to that i say, if that is your argument, then where is a place for politics? many movies touch on political themes, like discrimination, sexual assault, addiction, poverty, lgbtq issues, and…
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a golden awards season kick off.

the first sunday of the new year always means one thing…the golden globes. with such a diverse group of presenters and nominees, i was looking forward to the fashion, but with some fantastic performances on the small and big screen, i was also looking forward to the actual awards. atlanta and donald glover winning best comedy and best actor in…
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daisy, daisy.

you’re the heroine in the biggest movie of the year (of all time?) and you’re heading to your first oscars—what to wear, what to wear. chanel haute couture of course. but not just any gown, you choose a sparkly cocktail dress in the palest blue/gray, pull your hair back tight (in a cool wrap knot), and add a bright lip.…
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2015 met gala favorites.

the met gala is the biggest night of the year for fashion, and some really take dressing for it to a new level, as they should. it’s really the only event where traditional rules don’t apply, but somehow people still dress traditionally for it, eschewing the theme and just putting on a pretty gown. this year’s gala was for the…
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oscars best dressed: diane kruger.

last night was the academy awards, and while everyone has talked about the red carpet being dead and celebrities being afraid to take risks, there were a few last night that paid off in small ways. i wasn’t in love with gwyneth paltrow’s pink ralph and russo gown, but it was tailored to perfection. emma stone wore an acid green…
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