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08.01.18

2018 Golden Globe Awards Red Carpet Roundup

Black was of course the shade of the night at the 2018 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday (January 7) with celebrities putting their own interpretations on the dress code.

Kelly Clarkson: The singer’s custom Christian Siriano gown will likely draw comparisons to Mary J. Blige’s Alberta Ferretti look because of the contrasting one sleeve. The dramatically full skirt on Kelly’s matched the joy of the shimmering gold fabric. The pockets were a delightful addition.

Allison Janney: The Best Supporting Actress winner’s Mario Dice dress was captivating with the sleek fluidity of the skirt contrasting the beautiful detailing of the bodice. This reinvigorated cut-outs.

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Sharon Stone In Valentino – 75th Annual Golden Globe Nominations Announcement

Sharon Stone joined Kristen Bell to deliver the 75th Annual Golden Globe nominations announcement on Monday (December 11) in Los Angeles, California.

The actress looked timelessly elegant in a Valentino Spring 2017 dress. I can hear many applauding her decision to wear a coordinating slip under the style as it presented a refined finish.

I loved the rich combination of the vivid red against the royal purple shoes, but would have preferred a single sole heel as the chunky platforms feel disjointed.

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08.06.15

14th Annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball

14th Annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball

A group of lovelies flocked to the 14th annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball, hosted on Saturday (June 6) at a private Mandeville Canyon Estate in Los Angeles, California.

Elizabeth Banks
: Looking every bit like a ray of sunshine, the actress donned a bright chartreuse Prada jacquard-embroidered frock with nude lace Jimmy Choo shoes and Kwiat earrings. The quirkier nature of Prada designs can be problematic on the red carpet, but Elizabeth pulls off the bold look with elegance and aplomb.

Leven Rambin
: I loved seeing Leven in this striking Marchesa semi-sheer gown with exploded paisley embroidery. The sleek updo and deep red lip added another layer of vibrancy to this fresh outing.

Sharon Stone
: While the two-piece ensemble itself wasn’t so flattering to Sharon’s beautiful figure, what was more bothersome was the strange collection of accessories that cluttered the look—from the pashmina shawl to the overly decorative earrings and sandals.

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22.05.14

amfAR Cinema Against Aids Gala Red Carpet Roundup

amfAR Cinema Against Aids Gala Red Carpet Roundup

Here is a roundup of some of the other attendees at the amfAR Cinema Against AIDS gala held at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cap d’Antibes, France this evening (May 22).

Toni Garrn: The model wore an icy silk skirt-and-top combo by Italian brand Redemption Choppers. The liquid-silk top is decorated with metallic needles on the side in an attempt to add an edge to the lingerie-inspired look. Toni styled this to perfection.

Karolína Kurková: Not a red carpet event has gone by where I haven’t loved what the model has worn; sadly, that came to a crashing halt today. Such an uninspiring, unflattering Dior look for a gala – or any – event.

Chanel Iman: The model opted for yet another Reem Acra gown, selecting a gold-draped look which she styled with a gold Jimmy Choo clutch.

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21.05.14 Premiere

Sharon Stone In Emilio Pucci – ‘The Search’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Sharon Stone In Emilio Pucci - ‘The Search’ Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Sharon Stone attended ‘The Search’ Premiere at the 67th Annual Cannes Film Festival this evening (May 21) in Cannes, France.

Opting to skip the glamour and select something more playful, the actress donned an Emilio Pucci black sequin-embellished dress featuring lace-up detailing.

The look was styled with Salvatore Ferragamo gold metal and black suede minaudière, plus gold sandals and gold mirror aviators.

I think Sharon has clocked up enough kudos point over the years at this festival to take a ‘night off’, but I can’t say I’m enamoured by anything she’s got going on here.

It’s a firm no.

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