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February 25, 2015

2015 Oscars Fashion Critics’ Roundup

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75 Responses to 2015 Oscars Fashion Critics’ Roundup

  1. Dhppy March 1, 2015 at 4:50 pm #

    I think the problem for some who can’t mesh Zendaya’s hair with the event is that so far, too few black people have appeared at high profile black tie events like the Oscars. As more black people appear at these events, the more African (and African diaspora) hairstyles will be associated with the event.

  2. Shiva February 28, 2015 at 11:06 am #

    I’m so glad (and surprised) FC, to see that you loved Marion in Dior here. It’s no surprise that Raf Simons’ vision doesnt always translate best when it comes to red carpet dressing but I still hold the belief that it’s the future. And that sooner or later stylists to the stars would see past trying to ‘Hollywood’ise his creations. Same goes to dresses like the deconstructed Vivienne Westwood at the Brits. It’s a shame on some level that it’s happening but Art is getting stripped down to the truth in the world we live in and it appears that Cinderella-esque ball gowns would look positively grotesque in that new scheme of things. I suppose the sooner the Rachael Zoes of Los Angeles accept it and move with the times, the faster we see past painfullly dull redcarpets like this year’s at the Oscars.

    Thanks again for the excellent coverage. Roll on Cannes, I say!

  3. MissEllie February 26, 2015 at 9:58 pm #

    The Oscars have been losing their mojo. ScarJos’ hideous Strictly Come Dancing necklace almost ruined her look although I loved the colour so she still passes. I loved Zendayas look (bit of a Westwood freak anyway!). She looked her young and natural and I applaud her for looking so stunning whilst showing off a more common hairstyle on the most watched red carpet in history. Idol moment a la Thandie Newton!

  4. Valissa February 26, 2015 at 4:20 am #

    It’s a truly dull Oscars when a strapless red lace gown is considered Best Dressed by many.
    I really hope the stars bring it next year because at this stage the Oscars are no longer the most anticipated red carpet event of the year (for me anyway)
    But thanks for all your hard work again FC! Fantastic as usual!

  5. Alex February 26, 2015 at 2:00 am #

    Agree with all of these! Even Marion!

  6. JD February 26, 2015 at 1:46 am #

    Oprah may not be known for her style … but she actually looked really good in her Vera Wang at this year’s Academy Awards. One of my favorites of the night alongside Emma Stone, Cate Blanchett & Marion Cotillard.

    I loved Zendaya’s hair. I realize a lot of people think it wasn’t exactly complementary to her gown, but that’s what I loved about it–that it was unexpected, fusing these culturally diverse sartorial elements in one look. It was a very international look. And that, for me, made it very modern.

  7. brat February 26, 2015 at 1:20 am #

    I didn’t like Zendaya’s hair either, I’ve seen much better dreads. If you’re wearing them to the Oscar’s please have them immaculate. Hair is a big part of styling and I don’t think her hair matched the dress. Maybe if she’d chosen a more exotic looking gown? Dunno. Dreads are generally favored by artist/activist types, in America. Which is wear I’m hailing from. The weed comment may not have been the most tasteful but it’s been been out of proportion. As usual. I think Katherine was making an attempt to be inclusive and celebrate diversity because there is nothing particularly well-done about Zendaya’s hair. Sorry. We all don’t have to agree. That’s why it’s called an opinion.

  8. theblob February 26, 2015 at 12:01 am #

    I’ve been a long time lurker here but never post a comment until now. I know you’re trying to make a statement to combat racism, but naming Zendaya best hair is absurd and you lost credibility for doing so. Accuse me of whatever you want but those dreadlocks are not appropriate for this occasion and not appropriate with that dress. You should name Zendaya most daring hair not best hair.

    • Catherine Kallon February 26, 2015 at 11:11 am #

      For you to say I lost credibility it your opinion, just like I am entitled to say I loved her hair, which I TRULY did.

    • Catherine February 26, 2015 at 5:05 pm #

      @theblob – The mere fact that you think dreadlocks are not appropriate for a formal occasion such as the Oscars is precisely the problem! You are accusing @Catherine of trying to “make a statement to combat racism” when this issue is not even about racism per se.

      This is about the unconcious bias and the superiority complex “non-black” individuals reveal of themselves when it comes to “black hair” , whether they are fully aware of it or not. Hence the rightful outrage as a result of the comments made on Fashion Police and on this website! I suppose dreadlocks are only “daring” to people who use a “non-black” standard to measure what is “acceptable”. To some of us, dreadlocks are as “normal” as being born with one nose. What exactly is not appropriate about having dreads at the Oscars? The fact that it is dreads? Or did you mean to provide a constructive critic about the styling of the dreads (such as placing it in some kind of a boring up-do) to support what you consider to be appropriate “formal occasion” worthy hair?

      Zendaya’s hair was super gorgeous the way it was, and I agree with @Catherine that she had the best hair. Saying that you have lost credibility for @Catherine because she finds Zendaya’s hair to be beautiful and deserving of best hair is laughable.

      @Catherine – Thanks for the continued hard work by you and and your team in providing awesome non-stop coverage of all things fashion! You have not lost credibility by any means so keep doing what you do!
      PS – same spelling of our names! 🙂

      -Catherine

      • Catherine Kallon February 26, 2015 at 5:15 pm #

        Dear Catherine, Thank you for your comment. I am delighted you enjoyed the coverage. Even though in most parts the looks were a snooze, the occasion was as exciting as always.

        Great name btw ;D

        Cx

  9. Sally February 25, 2015 at 11:54 pm #

    I totally agree with you about Marion!!! I loved it. I think Rosamund was a snooze, and I expected way more from her and Emma

  10. sara February 25, 2015 at 10:13 pm #

    completely agree with the line up!! happy to see rosamund shine..i was only wowed by her and ScarJo, truly underwhelming night

  11. TeaAtTwo February 25, 2015 at 10:00 pm #

    I like the unusual red option but the waistcoat and bow tie satin material and brighter shade put me off David’s look plus the fit could have been a bit better.

    • TeaAtTwo February 26, 2015 at 3:31 am #

      For me, Marion looked really good from the front but the back wasn’t as good.

  12. chisyelda February 25, 2015 at 6:30 pm #

    One of the most, if not the most underwhelmingly-dressed oscar… Nothing really wowed me, the party looks are much better IMO.

  13. Rahul February 25, 2015 at 6:05 pm #

    No one at the Oscars Red Carpet made me jump off my seat. I found Rita Ora’s look stunning though her gown was not skillfully tailored and lacked fluidity. Rosamund looked fine but she didn’t leave me awestruck.
    This Red Carpet was a bore which is a shame given it’s the Oscars! There are such stunning confections in the recent couture collections – I wonder why they didn’t make it to the most celebrated red carpet in the world! The stylists are to be blamed perhaps.
    A bizarre observation – it’s the first time in many years that the Best Actress winner is not on FC’s Roundup. Also, the gentlemen did a better job than the ladies – Cumberbatch & Evans are testimonials.
    Nonetheless, can’t thank Catherine and the entire RCFA team enough for their incredible coverage and analysis.

  14. pinksugar February 25, 2015 at 5:22 pm #

    Best Elie Saab was JLO hands down. Emma wore a dress that has been worn a million times. But then JLo gets shafted because she’s JLO and Emma gets praised because she’s Emma. As usual.

    The Zendaya/GR thing has been blown so out of proportion imo. There has been far worse things said about people that get no apology. I can’t stand GR but she was targeted for one of many awful things she’s had the nerve to say.

    • Prudence February 25, 2015 at 5:45 pm #

      Why should we overlook racism and just let her ignorant ass keeping talking that mess? Her comments stems from racism, idgaf what she said and what yall are choosing to believe, it was purely anti-black and needed to be addressed. Nothing was blown out of proportion, some of you are too comfortable with racism.

    • Ahot February 25, 2015 at 10:55 pm #

      Peeps have the right to respond to ignorance & double standards no matter how silly it might sound to those who never had to experience them. If only GR did not call an earlier matted & unkempt version of the same look “edgy” just because it was worn by Kylie Jenner, than MAYBE you would be right. ….

  15. Mimmi February 25, 2015 at 4:18 pm #

    I totally agree about Rosamund as best dressed. Glad to see that this lovely english rose finally redeemed herself. Also Scarlet’s look was so bold and captivating it stood out from all the muted colors.

    Finally, I want to thank you FC for the amazing coverage! Keep up the good work! 🙂

  16. Mar February 25, 2015 at 3:59 pm #

    Rosamund was by a long mile the best dressed in a very boring red carpet night. Lupita was also a favourite of mine. In my opinion, Scarlett looked terrible; the necklace, the hair…just awful. I agree about the comments regarding Zendaya’s hair, so disrespectful. I love the statement she released.

  17. Larissa February 25, 2015 at 3:52 pm #

    I was curious to see FC’s thoughts about Lupita, JLo Jessica Chastain that aren’t there and I definitely didn’t expect Rosamund to be the best dressed, so it’s really a surprising round up!
    I totally agree about the rudeness of certain comments regarding Zendaya’s hair, I didn’t get into that discussion because I wasn’t too fond of her dress but I just read them and I’m shocked too.

  18. Nat39 February 25, 2015 at 3:39 pm #

    Rosamund all the way.

    I liked Scarlett in her bold green look in general, but was put off by that hair (it doesn’t suit her, period) and unnecessarily mismatched earrings.

    I wouldn’t give Emma Stone Best Elie Saab. The gown is far from the King’s most impressive iconic creations and was really not that good of a choice for Emma. The colour is absolutely dreadful on her, it makes her look sickly (the jaundice comparison was good) and the fit was hardly flattering, it was just hanging on her, wide through the waist, flat and dowdy, and the awful matching mother-of-the brided-ish sandals were the final straw in this disappointment. Can we actually look past the fact that it’s the beloved Emma Stone with her lovely smile and red hair??

    Didn’t think that David succeeded with his look – he looked stumpy in the excessive amount of burgundy-red. I remember how beautifully tall and slender Dev Patel has done It back in 2013, it worked like a charm for him. While I like and appreciate the bold idea, David is not pulling it off that well imo.

  19. blossom February 25, 2015 at 3:24 pm #

    Eddie has to get the “please start wearing colour and prints again” award 🙂

  20. msd February 25, 2015 at 3:06 pm #

    I’m so glad FC highlighted colour! Colour was sorely missed by me. And pattern but people often seem scared of pattern on the red carpet, doubly so at the Oscars where there’s so much sartorial timidity.

    Definitely a frustratingly dull red carpet fashion-wise. No big slip ups but no risks either (save Scarlett). I’d love to see one year without stylists but that will never happen.

    Well done to FC and the team, though, as usual. Working in the middle of the night and not even being rewarded with great fashion!

  21. Nadia99 February 25, 2015 at 2:49 pm #

    I agree with most of your post. I also hope Zendaya will keep the dreadlocks. She’s beautiful with them (f*ck the haters).

  22. Yeliz February 25, 2015 at 2:46 pm #

    Rosamund was perfection, I’m happy to see that she was also your best dressed.

  23. from-chitown February 25, 2015 at 2:42 pm #

    I agree with this line-up. Scar Jo was my fave, and Rosamund Pike did surprise all of us. The oscars red carpet was quite a snooze fest, even more than usual. The Goya awards is the event to look forward to from now on. FC – you are fantastic, and your coverage has been awesome, as usual :).

    • Catherine Kallon February 25, 2015 at 7:54 pm #

      Thank you… it was really a snooze. Cannes is always the event I look forward to each year and now I will add the Goyas.

      • EmmaWoodhouse February 25, 2015 at 11:19 pm #

        YES. Cannes. I can’t wait!

      • Agathe February 27, 2015 at 10:03 pm #

        And the Met gala! Down with the Oscars, they’re way too conservative…

    • kath February 26, 2015 at 8:45 am #

      Totally agree. Loved the Oscar’s coverage from FC and the other helpers on the site! Thank-you.

      Agreed with most of these, though my best dressed couple went to Eddie Redmayne & Hannah Bagshawe. Perfection!

      Bring on Cannes!

  24. Amanda February 25, 2015 at 2:26 pm #

    I liked Gwyneth’s dress, I thought she looked good. I didn’t realize there was a Zendaya post here. I’m almost afraid to go and read it now, judging from what has taken place on other forums over the last few days. I hope there are not more hurtful and horrible comments about her hair.

    • msd February 25, 2015 at 2:52 pm #

      I missed it too. I started to avoid any post with a white dress because I was sick of seeing white dresses. Now I’m glad I did, if it got nasty.

  25. betty brandenburg February 25, 2015 at 2:14 pm #

    Meh meh meh meh meh. Meh to most of the Oscar dresses this year! Most of it a snoozefest! (Exceptions: Cate B, Marion C, Sienna M, Sophie H and Hannah B.

  26. EmmaWoodhouse February 25, 2015 at 2:12 pm #

    Thinking again about the conflict on the Zendaya post…Not seeking to provoke anything by this question, but honestly looking to learn–is it OK to say, “I don’t think (a certain ethnic hairstyle) works with that outfit/was executed particularly well there/etc.”? That was my issue with the look. I welcome some more information on this score if anyone is willing to share.

    • blossom February 25, 2015 at 3:21 pm #

      Certain hairstyles are associated with certain looks or professions. This is true for all ethnicities regardless of colour. I live in Munich and my line of work crosses many industries. I can always tell what job/line of study a man has by their hair. The engineers are clean cut, the banking and consultants people are extremely clean cut, the “humanities” are not clean cut and they often have beards.

      Engineers and bankers never have beards. I asked an engineer if he would ever get a beard, and he said no, because he wouldn’t be taken seriously and he wouldn’t get work (he’s a freelance consultant).

      And so it is with afro hair styles. Natural hair / dreadlocks is usually associated with artist, activist, or weed-smoking types, not really with “sophisticated” people, corporate or elegant looks.

      We just need to get used to seeing diverse hairstyles on all sorts of people and looks so that we don’t subconsciously stereotype.

      • EmmaWoodhouse February 25, 2015 at 3:58 pm #

        Thanks. 🙂

      • paco February 25, 2015 at 4:12 pm #

        Remember please that there are other places in the world besides Munich. What is “professional” on a person in Munich might be vastly different in another part of the world. Particularly, one where black people are the majority. Your comment suggests that we should decide what is appropriate and valid is based on what white people do, which is precisely the problem the Oscars were criticized for. Please, travel more (and I don’t mean around Europe)

        • CreoleLady February 25, 2015 at 10:26 pm #

          +1000 to paco’s excellent points. Some of the comments about Zendaya here and at the original post are the very definition of white/eurocentric privilege.

          And discussions of image, beauty, what one wears and how one wears it, and how viewers perceive what is worn happens every day on this site. So it is not “too political” to have this discussion.

      • Ahot February 25, 2015 at 10:48 pm #

        Your white privilege is showing & not in a good way. Your comment makes it seem like she is not “professional” for wearing that look or “sophisticated” because she dared to be different. Also, sorry you never saw high-ranking executives with other hairstyles & looks than that of german folks from Bayern (who by the way are not the most stylish germans anyway, if i may so). 🙂

        I hope you do realise, there are executives in other countries that have other dressing codes & sense of style than the one you described. It doesn’t mean they are less than those you know.

        European standards are not the only ones that matter, that time is long gone. Instead of criticizing difference, maybe we should learn to embrace it. Afterall, it is just a reflection of how diverse & beautiful the human race in all its ethnicities is.

        Zendaya looked great with those locs. The only possible issue would be they looked heavy on her because she is a dainty young girl. Everything else is just … _______ a flatline.

    • Nat39 February 25, 2015 at 4:03 pm #

      And that is why I stayed away from that post, as a comment could’ve easily been misinterpreted. Bottom line – the dreadlocks didn’t go with the gown and weren’t even that well executed for Zendaya. I have a friend and her dreadlocks look exquisite.

      • Nat39 February 25, 2015 at 4:06 pm #

        …and she is black, I’d like to note.

      • EmmaWoodhouse February 25, 2015 at 4:12 pm #

        Those were my thoughts as well.

        • Nat39 February 25, 2015 at 4:30 pm #

          I mean, seriously, if you are going to make some kind of statement via the hairstyle, make sure you choose the gown that actually works in harmony with it and suits you to begin with. She was once again clueless.

          • EmmaWoodhouse February 27, 2015 at 3:26 am #

            Thanks for sharing your points. I was interested to read them.

      • Nat39 February 25, 2015 at 5:05 pm #

        and since it came down to it, I’d be a little bit more apprehensive giving out “Best Hair” award…Why is it exactly Zendaya’s hair is better than, let’s say, Chastain’s??

        • Vera February 25, 2015 at 5:20 pm #

          Because it is different and daring? Because it is not the same boring lets-have-the-same-hairstyle-no-matter-if-it-suit-us?

          • Nat39 February 25, 2015 at 5:33 pm #

            The ‘Most Daring’ it is, then. But can we really define ‘better’? The only parameter I can use is how well it goes with the rest of the look/gown. And it’s not there in Zendaya’s case.

        • liz February 25, 2015 at 7:11 pm #

          Nothing, it wasn’t even flattering. But I admire FC’s intentions and her using this post to make a point after some of the comments.

          • Nat39 February 25, 2015 at 8:58 pm #

            I understand and I’m sure many will appreciate it, but this is getting a bit too much “politics” for the well-operating dynamic of this wonderful fashion site. Taking the discussion to the original post and condemning those disgusting comments would’ve been perhaps the way to go than ‘making a point’ in what I am (and I do believe other readers) looking forward to be an unaffected, purely fashion-based, moral issue-free evaluation/roundup, no?
            (This is not to undermine anyone, it’s only how I personally feel about it, nothing more).

            • liz February 25, 2015 at 10:09 pm #

              While I agree with you that there’s absolutely no place in a fashion blog for politics or social justice statements of any kind, it’s not fair to expect that the site owner should remain silent if she felt personally offended. Let’s leave it at that. 🙂

              • Nat39 February 27, 2015 at 5:40 am #

                I like your level-headed replies in the middle of heated discussion:) Yep, it’s totally 100% up to the owner to decide how things should be done on the site, no arguments here, absolutely agree. And in no way, I would remain silent either, but personally (and I’ll emphasize it again ‘only personally’, before I get accused of telling what others should do, people tend to misinterpret a lot, I see) – I’d respond and handle this in the comment section of the original post directly. Taking a moral stand (on any issue) in a post assessing fashion would be bound to undermine my professionalism and credibility as a person critiquing fashion. But this appears not to be the case as Catherine says below, so I’ll go with that.

            • Ahot February 25, 2015 at 11:05 pm #

              It is FC’s site & she is entitled to comment on things she did not like. 🙂 I find it quite strange, that you try to call her out on how she manages her blog. I fail to see how one post on this turns this site away from what it is.

              Also when people make ignorant comments, they should not be surprised if they are called out on them, even if it is a fashion website. FC’s statement was tastefully done, just like her posts are.

              OT: Thanks to you FC & the whole team for the flawless report as usual!

            • Kat February 26, 2015 at 12:08 am #

              I love how you immediately assumed that FC had to be “making a point” out of awarding Zendaya best hair. Because god forbid a woman of colour wins an award for best hair without it being SOME kind of political statement, right?

              • Nat39 February 26, 2015 at 12:36 am #

                I did NOT assume such thing. That’s why I asked “How do we define better?”(read my comment above liz’s. Was it better than Lupita’s or Solange’s or Margot Robbie’s?) My reply was to liz’s comment who suggested that it was ‘making a point’ in response to certain ignorant comments that had been made.

                I happen to love the dreadlocks on “women of color” esp. when they are executed well for the wearer. So please don’t even try to throw ‘race and skin color’ card at me.

              • Carla February 26, 2015 at 12:45 am #

                I can’t stand this–if you even rhetorically ask her to explain one vote, ask her to explain them all! Maybe–gasp!–she found her hair the most beautiful, like Pike’s overall presentation.

            • Nat39 February 26, 2015 at 3:13 am #

              Well, yeah, except I wouldn’t be even questioning it had the hair been done properly, it’s impossible not to notice that it’s not done very well for her. I don’t know, I guess my expectations for this fashion blog are much higher than any other out there. ok, I’m stopping now.

              • CreoleLady February 26, 2015 at 11:08 am #

                You start out saying the dreads “didn’t go with the gown”. I give you the benefit of the doubt, maybe you are not saying dreads don’t ever work with a formal white gown, just these dreads with this gown.

                But then you keep going.

                You aren’t against dreads because of your black friend’s exquisite dreads. Hmm. Sounds a bit like a variant of “one of my best friends is black”. But I’m like, Ok, perhaps well-intentioned, although red flags are starting to fly. Then all of a sudden, “better” must be defined because hair you didn’t like was deemed best. Oh no, you say, the hair is merely “daring”, what makes Zendaya’s hair better than say Chastain’s. And then you play the “politics”*clutches pearls* this-is-a-fashion-website card when you are questioned while saying others are playing the “race and skin color” card. OMG. Benefit of the doubt over.

                Umm, yeah, you should have stopped a long time ago.

              • Ahot February 26, 2015 at 2:37 pm #

                “I don’t know, I guess my expectations for this fashion blog are much higher than any other out there.” Because others’s expectations are lower?

                I guess women with “ethnic” hairstyles should really stay away from fancy gowns, they are not for them indeed, coz they can only be worn with specific hairstyles: the so-called “standard” hairdos! 😉

                & Let me just add this: just because you saw your one black friend rock a certain type of locs, it doesn’t mean that there aren’t others variations out there that you haven’t seen before. Zendaya’s is one of those & i assure you, they are very well made. 🙂

              • Nat39 February 27, 2015 at 1:49 am #

                @Ahot You misunderstood – my expectations higher for this blog than any other BLOG out there (it is actually praise), not “than other people’s expectations”.

              • Nat39 February 27, 2015 at 3:00 am #

                @Creolelady Yes, I thought – 1. the hair (as presented) didn’t go with the gown 2. it wasn’t very well done (both points made in my very 1st comment) and 3rd I was trying to understand why she was actually given this award based on the above and if it’s in fact was in response to negative comments, as was suggested, my feeling about it was that they should’ve been condemned in the original post right there. Yes, I wanted to get across all of these and no, I did not ‘keep going’ – I was replying to people who replied to me as I felt what I was saying wasn’t being understood correctly and was trying to elaborate to get my points across a little bit better

                ..and still didn’t get there, I see also @Ahot I specifically said in one of my comments that this is only how I felt personally, NOTHING MORE. Trying to dictate how someone else’s blog should be run was not a part of it. I feel like people only read/understand what they want to read/understand.

                And yes I have a black friend (your comment CreoleLady was really bordering on insulting) who gets complimented on her hair even by random people in the street. I do believe that Zendaya’s dreadlocks could’ve been done better for the major event.

    • Jai February 25, 2015 at 9:01 pm #

      Well I genuinely think the hair works with the dress – she looks awesome! If I looked like that I’d be very happy. Sometimes people do take fashion a little seriously.

    • Camina February 26, 2015 at 7:43 am #

      Your inclusion of “ethnic” is what makes your comment problematic. Because already you’re denigrating the style because it’s something other than straight, white-girl tresses. You don’t get to say that a hairstyle doesn’t work because it’s “ethnic”, a meaningless word that’s merely coded racism in this case because you would never say that about a non-black person.

      • EmmaWoodhouse February 26, 2015 at 2:27 pm #

        I would refer to as “ethnic” any hairstyle (or clothing) that represented a traditional hairstyle (or item of clothing) celebrating someone’s culture, which appear in all cultures. I did not use it as a denigrating term at all. You’re jumping to conclusions about my intent and my knowledge. At no point, either, did I say anything about “straight, white girl tresses”, preferring them, or wanting Zendaya to have them. They wouldn’t have worked with the look either.

        I’m sorry this conversation is getting heated all over again. I was honestly concerned and hoped to learn from others. Some of the comments on this thread are very informative but I am saddened to see that it has gotten to be kind of a fight again. 🙁

        • CreoleLady February 26, 2015 at 5:21 pm #

          I find the conversation illuminating and interesting. Thank you for starting it.

          • EmmaWoodhouse February 26, 2015 at 5:26 pm #

            Thank you. I always read your comments with interest as they are thoughtful and well-composed. It is good to hear lots of different opinions. Fashion is a profound social commentary, after all!

        • CreoleLady February 26, 2015 at 5:37 pm #

          Oh, I forgot — “traditional” clothing on the Oscar red carpet seems to be gowns. The Oscars seem to have a “culture” of formal wear for men and women. I look forward to using the term “ethnic” to describe Chastain, Blanchette, Rosie H-W et al.

          See what I did there? Being a tad facetious but trying to make a point. It’s all in the definitions — and who is doing the defining.

          • EmmaWoodhouse February 26, 2015 at 6:22 pm #

            True. I think that’s why people are often divisive on this issues. When it comes to defining terms around highly charged/important things, we all have a different interpretation.

  27. EmmaWoodhouse February 25, 2015 at 2:00 pm #

    I always look forward to these posts very much!! I don’t think it was an amazing red carpet but it’s still the Oscars…and I always enjoy it!

  28. m February 25, 2015 at 1:54 pm #

    to each his own.. i totally hated scar jo… the green dress looks good, but not on her.. she looks like her boobs are way too high and flopped sideways…
    my favs were j aniston n gwyneth paltrow… so its really to each his own… everyone has their preferences

  29. Mary S. February 25, 2015 at 1:24 pm #

    Only 5 categories? This is the proof of how blunt this year’s red carpet was…

    Anyway, that was not your fault, Catherine and the rest of the RCFA team once again made award season so much better! I hope you all get some well deserved time off to sleep now 😉

    • Agathe February 25, 2015 at 3:18 pm #

      It’s a glitch on the app. You should visit the website for the full post.

  30. H February 25, 2015 at 1:23 pm #

    I couldn’t agree more with the best dressed, I never expected this from Rosamund, she looked fantastic. I find this roundup a bit short though.

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