You may have noticed that towards the end of 2008, I was making an effort to be nice to Beyonce. She had made a lot of changes – stylewise – so I said to myself that in 2009 I will make a conscious effort to be nice to her.
Well we are 8 days into the New Year, and I will already be breaking my New Years resolution.
WFT is going on here?
Is her colourist still on vacay? Like really.
I don’t have her kind of money, but I would NEVER leave my house with hair like that unless I was going to the salon.
She also making very hard work of this off-the-shoulder olive Donna Karan dress, and her matching sequin wrap.
Lets move onto the make-up. Just look at were her hairline starts and were her foundation is applied. There is at least an inch gap.
Shame on you B, shame on you. The only thing working for me here is the YSL Tribute sandals.
With her hair piled high Angela Bassett looked very elegant in her Pamella Roland Spring 2009 black and silver dot gown.
She was the only one to inject a bit of old fashion glamour to the red carpet at this event.
June Ambrose, the stylish stylist that she is, wore a grey tweed YSL Fall 2008 dress, which had a blue lining. That blue lining worked well with the blue sole of her YSL Trib Two’s. Nice touch.
Is it me or is Ciara almost totally unrecognizable? It appears she has lost a lot of weight, because all I can focus on are her cheek bones.
The singer worked a black leather ensemble with leopard print Louboutin’s.
A furless Mary J Blige walked the red carpet wearing as much tanned leather as she could find in her closet.
Cassie looked supa dupa fly in her cream and black embroidered Givenchy Fall 2008 jacket, with skin-tight black pants and YSL Cut-out platform heels.