Sophie Nelisse In J. Mendel – 2014 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards

Sophie Nelisse In J. Mendel - 2014 Critics' Choice Movie Awards

Sophie Nelisse attended the 19th Annual Critics’ Choice Movie Awards held at Barker Hangar on Thursday (January 16) in Santa Monica, California, nominated in the Best Young Actor/Actress category for ‘The Book Thief.’

The 13-year-old Canadian actress wore a J. Mendel Resort 2014 strapless printed organza party dress featuring a bustier-style bodice with contrast sheer pink chiffon at the neckline and black contrast sheer chiffon panels at the hem.

I’m not really a fan of the black hemline; you may remember that Maria Sharapova wore a similar dress from this collection with the same hemline. It’s in total contrast to the breeziness of the rest of her look.

Her waist was accented with crystal embellishment which complemented her silver pumps.

Wavy tresses and a pretty pink lip colour rounded out her look.

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Paz Vega In J. Mendel – InStyle and Warner Brothers Golden Globes Awards Party

Paz Vega In J Mendel - InStyle and Warner Brothers Golden Globes Awards Party

Following her beautiful Naeem Khan look at the Art of Elysium Gala on Saturday, Paz Vega was a vision in white once again for the 2014 InStyle and Warner Bros. Golden Globe Awards post-party on Sunday (January 12) in Beverly Hills, California.

On this occasion she selected a J Mendel strapless gown which nipped her in at the empire waist, giving her a breathtaking streamline silhouette.

I love the jacquard design which enriches the skirt and the light gathering on the bodice. I actually said ‘wow’ out loud when I saw this look.

Forevermark diamonds and Christian Louboutin shoes accessorized her look, with a pink lip and side-parted glamorous ‘do provided the finishing touches.

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Kate Mara In J. Mendel – 2014 Golden Globes Awards

Kate Mara In J Mendel - 2014 Golden Globes Awards

Kate Mara attended the 2014 Golden Globes Awards, held at the Beverley Hilton Hotel in Beverley Hills, California on Sunday (Janaury 12).

The actress wore a J. Mendel Pre-Fall 2014 gown with a deep v-neckline and a sheer chiffon pleated underlay which shows off more boobage than we are used to seeing from the timid star.

While this feels like something Judy Jetson would wear to a grand occasion, due to the futuristic vibe considering the fabric and the shoulders, I think Kate makes it work.

Opting for subtle jewels by Lorraine Schwartz, she completed her look with kohl-rimmed eyes and a backcombed updo.

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Kyra Sedgwick In J. Mendel – 2014 Golden Globe Awards

Kyra Sedgwick In J Mendel - 2014 Golden Globe Awards

Kyra Sedgwick walked the red carpet at the 2014 Golden Globe Awards at the Beverley Hilton Hotel on Sunday (January 12) along with husband Kevin Bacon and their daughter, Miss Golden Globes, Sosie Bacon.

The proud mother wore a coral dress from J Mendel Spring 2014 and turquoise Irene Neuwirth earrings.

Like Reese Withersoon and Julia Louis Dreyfus, Kyra worked a bright, sporty, minimal dress. Trend alert! Beaded detailing was a nice touch as well.

There were some fit issues in the midsection of the dress but, overall, Kyra looked beautiful while keeping her look simple enough to let her daughter shine in pictures.

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Elisabeth Moss In J.Mendel – 2014 Golden Globe Awards

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Elisabeth Moss attended the 2014 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday (January 12) in Beverly Hills, California.

A big night for Elisabeth, as she was nominated for ‘Top of the Lake’ the actress walked the red carpet in a runway look from J. Mendel Pre-Fall 2014.

Elisabeth joined the likes of other actresses like Olivia Wilde and opted for a beaded gown. The two-toned burgundy and black design was a bit 1920’s-inspired but made modern with a structured silhouette with capped sleeves.

The nominee added a dose of gold via a thin cuff, ring, and geometric earrings by Jennifer Meyer.

Despite the interesting and certainly intricate detail of the beading, this gown did not win me over. What’s your take?

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