While the Billboard Music Awards’ blue carpet was heating up in Las Vegas on Sunday, Ginnifer Goodwin walked a separate blue carpet at the Disney Media Networks International Upfronts at the Walt Disney Studios in California.
The ‘Once Upon a Time’ actress wore a black-and-white, pebble-print jumpsuit from the Theory Pre-Fall 2013 collection, which she paired with Brian Atwood ‘Evie’ peep-toe sandals.
I’m generally never one to argue with a jumpsuit. On this occasion, I found myself wanting to peel off the all-business black blazer to see the full effect of this sporty-chic silhouette.
Still, the sharp jacket was a nice counterpoint to all that print, but it also created a boxy silhouette at some angles. I would have added a belt to define the waist and break up the monochromatic pattern.
A cat-eye flick of black liner and a bright fuchsia lippie brought the star factor to this look.
Many more stars attended the Vogue and MAC Cosmetics dinner hosted by Lisa Love and John Demsey in honour of Prabal Gurung at the Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, California on Monday alongside Diane Kruger, Zoe Saldana and Jaime King.
Cody Horn: The ‘Magic Mike’ actress opted for a luxe tapestry pencil skirt with a matching short-sleeved top with black sleeves and a ruffled peplum. The black ankle boots wouldn’t have been my first choice with this look; however, Prabal Gurung looks and edgy accessories go hand in hand.
Hailee Steinfeld: The teen actress selected a navy silk dress featuring an embellished bib, which she styled with a black clutch and ecru Coach ‘Leighann’ sandals. You may remember her first Prabal Gurung moment was at the 2011 Golden Globe Awards.
Jena Malone: The indie actress opted for a decorative Prabal Gurung black-and-white frock paired with clear pvc heels with a black ankle strap. Had they not featured a visible ankle strap, it would’ve looked like she was barefooted.
Dramatic eyes were a big trend at last night’s Met Gala, and while some were absolutely stunning, others completely missed the mark. Everyone might not agree with me here, but I really feel that you can do punk and look attractive while doing it. Case in point, these three lovely ladies:
Hailee Steinfeld’s eyes were total showstoppers last night. Her green and black cat-eyed look was edgy but beautiful, and totally punk-esque.
Another real winner was the always-flawless Diane Kruger. Her silvery gray smokey eyes almost had an ombré effect, with the lightest silver at the inner corners and the darkest at the outer corners. Gorgeous!
And finally, we have Nina Dobrev, who sported an intensely winged upper lid and a silver-lined lower lid. Very high-fashion punk!
You have to give Elle Fanning props for having fun, but her winged electric blue and pink eyeshadow is more little girl playing dress-up than fashion’s biggest night.
As for January Jones, her look reads far more alien warrior than punk! The disconnected triangular shape of her liner is quite harsh, and coupled with the grayed out eyebrows, she looks a little creepy.
Ginnifer Goodwin is always a fashion and beauty risk-taker, but this one simply did not pay off. The heavy black shadow from lash to brow, along with the heavily shaded brow may be daring, but it’s also unfortunate. The only place this look belongs is on a raccoon.
To get Hailee’s look:
Sephora Waterproof Smoky Cream Liner in Grass is Greener
Smashbox Waterproof Shadow Liner
Dolce & Gabanna The Eyeshadow Smooth Eye Colour Duo in LagunaTo get Diane’s look:
Dior 5-Colour Eyeshadow in Gris Gris 034To get Nina’s look:
NYX Cosmetics The Curve
Eylure Katy Perry Eyelashes in Oh Honey!
Benefit Longwear Powder Shadow in Blingo!Credit: Getty
Ginnifer Goodwin is never one to shy away from expressing herself through fashion. And at Monday night’s Met Gala in New York City, the ‘Once Upon a Time’ actress hit the red carpet illustrating the event’s ‘PUNK: Chaos to Couture’ theme through her own eyes.
Shimmering in gold sequins thanks to Tory Burch, Ginnifer’s gown tamed the gilded glamour with a leather trim neckline and a black tulle hem.
The leather waistband whittled the actress’s waist to show off her figure while the rest of her look paid homage to the punk era.
Turning her normally cute pixie cut into a messy, bedhead style, Ginnifer focused on her eyes with a look that was 100% punk: heavy lash-to-brow black eye shadow and defined brows.
Ginnifer styled her red carpet look with heels and a box clutch also by Tory Burch and an ever so punk pewter earring in only one ear.
What do you think of her look: spot on, or too punk around the eyes?
Ginnifer Goodwin joined a host of beautiful stars who took to the red carpet for the 2013 Vanity Fair Party on Sunday evening, held at the Sunset Tower in Hollywood, California.
Sporting sultry smoky eyes, the actress wore a Monique Lhuiller Spring 2013 dress.
Her ocean-blue pearlized shell structured dress was styled with black Jimmy Choo ‘Deny’ sandals and a gold bracelet.
While Ginnfer’s pose feels quite stiff and awkward (but’s what’s new?), I love both the colour and the fresh youthful feel of this look.
In a sea of gowns, she was a breath of fresh air.
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Ginnifer Goodwin sported a rare floor-length look while attending the 15th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in California yesterday evening.
The lady in red donned a Misha Nonoo cap-sleeved gown with sheer organza inserts in the skirt.
I didn’t like the look at first, probably because I’m not used to this silhouette on Ginnifer, but it quickly grew on me. Mostly because the length is just perfect, as is the choice of accessories, which included nude Christian Louboutin pumps and a matching Roger Vivier clutch.
Opting to keep the jewels simple, by sporting just a Cartier bracelet, and simple makeup was the perfect way to allow this dress to shine.
Ginnifer Goodwin’s Christian Louboutin pumps
Ginnifer Goodwin’s Roger Vivier clutch
Ginnifer Goodwin in Misha Nonoo