Annette Bening, an elite actress, looks stunning in this dress by Pamella Roland. The metallic shimmer gives this number a modern edge and the lines make her seem tall and they accentuate her figure wonderfully, delivering a head turner without much fuss and effort. The classic design and emitted elegance shines through and clearly states Annette Bening is here to stay and slay.
Ruth Negga, a promising up-and-comer, though no newbie, rocked the red carpet with this bold Louis Vuitton design. She shines brighter than a Golden Globe, I love the zipper and robotic inspiration and the short sleeves give a great sporty vibe, a fun contrasting detail for the event’s suggested dress code. Yet, her hair, make up, beauty and grace keeps us fully aware this woman is a talented movie star ready to work and win. Showstopper!
Gwendoline Christie – Vivienne Westwood
Nicole Kidman – Alexander McQueen
Tom Hiddleston – Gucci
Trevante Rhodes – Giorgio Armani
Hailee Steinfeld, Hollywood starlet, tapped into high glamour and Goddess in Vera Wang. I love the volume, sheer bodice and overall effect. However, I wish it was in a different color. I’m sure the choice was to serve her youthfulness and to break the Bridal vibe, yet, it borderlines bridesmaid. I was thinking a blood red or navy, maybe a deeper purple. Even white would be more interesting and give a different feel.
Sophie Turner, Game of Thrones royalty, chose to wear an interesting get up from Louis Vuitton. I’m a fan from the belt up, though definitely excluding the strap. The belt and skirt are off and confusing, failing the vintage shoulders and sheer sleeves, which could have been great apart of an entirety. There’s three different dresses, all randomly combined and slapped on.
Meryl Streep – Cecil B. deMille Award
Next Red Carpet : SAG Awards
Enjoy and be inspired!