I am really hoping Anne Hathaway is saving her best dress for the Oscars, because this ivory Chloe crystal embroidered dress is slightly ill fitting, plus I think the colour washes her out.
She wore her dress with Christian Louboutin Very Galaxy heels.
Taraji P. Henson is wearing my favourite colour.
Some of you might think her look is too matchy matchy, but I love the colour against her skin.
What I don’t like is her choice of clutch. Apart from the colour, it feels too big and cheap for her chic Alberta Ferretti ensemble.
Amy Adams wore a haltered turquoise RM by Roland Mouret dress with gold sandals.
Although I like the colour, I am not too sure about the draping on the front of her dress.
It’s nice to see her hair down again.
Kate Winslet was the only nominee who opted for black.
She looked flawless, as we have come to expect, wearing head to toe Helmut Lang.
Penelope Cruz had only arrived in LA, 2 hours before this luncheon, after flying from the Goya Awards in Madrid.
After a 10 hour flight I am sure dressing up was the last thing on her mind, but the Oscar nominated actress make a good effort in this ivory YSL suit.
Love the big blown out hair.
Marisa Tomei wore a very chic Christian Dior ivory belted dress, with champagne coloured Jimmy Choo shoes.
She carried a clutch which matched her dress.
Viola Davis loves bright colours. This was evident in her vibrant yellow SAG Awards gown, and again here, with her red David Meister sheath dress.
She completed her look with Givenchy heels.