Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Famke Janssen In John Galliano - 2013 Critics' Choice Movie AwardsSubtle she was not, as Famke Janssen explored her fashion-forward side for the 2013 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California.

One of yesterday evening’s presenters, Famke faced off with the runway in her John Galliano Fall 2012 entrance. But the catwalk may have won this modish match.

The teal blue design with sheer paneling was theatre at its finest on the Galliano model, but the moody tone and the shimmery gossamer layers of the gown looked less appropriate on the red carpet. But if anyone could have made it work, it was this statuesque Dutch actress and former model.

She did eschew the mesh gloves, seen on the runway, which was a wise move, although her bangles seemed out of place.

Do you think Famke’s look was fab or drab?

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Supermodel Kate Moss married rocker Jamie Hince in the English village of Southrop today.

After the church ceremony the bride and groom happily posed outside with the supermodel’s 15 bridesmaids, including her daughter Lila Grace.

So no OK or Hello magazine deal then.

The beaming bohemian bride wore a beautiful vintage-style John Galliano gown which was delicately embellished with rhinestone details.

Picking the troubled designer was a controversial choice, but I sure this is an indication that John was there for Kate during her own scandal a few years ago.

Her look was paired with Manolo Blahnik heels which had been reported to include ‘something blue’.

Jamie Hince looked mighty dapper wearing a custom Stefano Pilati for Yves Saint Laurent suit grey suit.

The usually grumpy couple couldn’t look any happier on their wedding day.

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I think this is the first time in a long that we’ve not seen a single sequin, embellishment or sprinkle of glitter on Taylor Swift on the red carpet.

Girlfriend went cold turkey. We should all be very proud.

The teen singer also surprises us with straight golden locks. I guess she’s been reading your comments.

I find the maroon colour of her Galliano bustier dress to be very refreshing and beautiful on her.

I hope she continues to surprise us in the future.

Matchy Christian Louboutin Amber Sandals were the perfect finishing touch.

Taylor was my second favourite of the night.

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Someone needs to tell Lady GaGa that Halloween was on Saturday night.

But seriously no one is surprised by this look, as the shock factor has totally disappeared when it comes to Lady GaGa.

It would be more of a shock to see her wearing pants.

The singer arrived at the “ACE Awards” to collect the “Stylemaker Award” which honoured her commitment to accessorising.

She was wearing a Marc Jacobs Spring 2010 ensemble which included a pink bra over a black shirt, plus double layered panties and fish-net nude tights.

GaGa’s sported a blonde afro like the models on the runway, which gets me thinking that it wouldn’t be a surprise if GaGa was Marc Jacobs’ Spring 2010 campaign girl.

The look I get, but what’s up with the talcum powder?

To complete the look GaGa opted for a pair of John Galliano Spring 2010 platforms with a stack of gobstoppers for a heel.

Crazy or Genius?

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Charlize Theron won’t be happy that she shared her go-to designer, with so many stunning ladies last night.

John Galliano was the toast of the Golden Globes, as he dressed 5 women on the red carpet.

All wore floaty ethereal dress, and dreamy colours, except model Alek Wek, who picked a more stand out embellished teal colour.

J. Mendel had 4dresses on the red carpet, whilst Reem Acra and Elie Saab, both had 3.


Oscar de la Renta also dressed 5 stars. 3 wore strapless gowns, 1 went asymmetrical and Marisa Tomei went very casual.

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