The Help’s Jessica Chastain posed for a couture shoot for W’s current issue. She looks stunning. Take a look.
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Giorgio Armani has designed some costumes for Lady Gaga to wear on her tour that kicks off later this month. Take a look at the sketches.
When I first saw this Alexander McQueen Pre-fall 2012 gown, I thought of Actress in a Leading Role nominee Rooney Mara. It’s bold and daring, and she’s the perfect fit. However, the color (she has been in a lot of black recently) and the gown may be too similar to past choices for the Girl With the Dragon Tattoo star.
This beautiful red Valentino gown is perfect for “My Week with Marilyn” nominee Michelle Williams. It’s sweet, frilly, and girly and Williams short hair would look fab with it.
I’m in love with Elie Saab‘s spring 2012 couture collection and Actress in a Supporting Role Nominee Bérénice Bejo for “The Artist” would be stunning in any of them, particularly this one with her new red hair.
Actress in a Leading Role for “The Help” nominee Viola Davis certainly proved she has a killer body at the Golden Globes. With that and her beautiful skin tone, this Oscar de la Renta gown would be a knockout.
This beautifully blue colored Zac Posen gown would look striking on Actress in a Supporting Role for “The Help” nominee Jessica Chastain.
This Carolina Herrera gown from the Pre-fall 2012 collection seems to be the perfect fit for Actress in a Leading Role nominee Meryl Streep.
Photos: Alessandro Viero,Yannis Vlamos, Givenchy
Julie Bowen stunned in a blush Reem Acra dress at the Golden Globes on Sunday. The original version of the gown is actually a white form from the spring ’12 collection, perfect for any bride. While Bowen’s version features crystal-emblished capped sleeves, the white gown highlights texture over shimmer with petal appliqués.
Both are sure to make a statement.
Left: Bowen at the Globes, Fairchild Archive. Right: Conde Nast Digital Archive
The Zac Posen Pre-fall ’12 Collection is unbelievable. I’ve never been blown away by Zac Posen’s work before, but he got me this time.
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I’ve always envied birds. They can pick up and fly away at a moments notice. That is what they’re meant to do after all. That, and defecate on people.
Ok, I don’t want to do that. Really. Hmm maybe on the world though….
Ok, ok…here it is folks, some lovely avian influenced fashion, a.k.a. bitches who look like birds. 🙂