Tuesday, June 30, 2015

The 2015 BET Music Awards.

The finest in black entertainment turned up for Monday night’s BET Music Awards. Black ruled the night as the most favored coloured for the A-list celebrities while others preferred to stand out in pristine whites. Here are some of the trends seen on the red carpet.

White. In a sea of black, whites were pristine on Tracee Ellis Ross, Jazmine Sullivan, LeToya Luckett and Nicole Ari Parker.

From L-R: Jazmine Sullivan, Monica, Nicole Ari Parker, Tracee Ellis Ross and LeToya Luckett

Slits. Displays of skin were the order of the night but Ciara, Monica and Brittany Daniels looked chic in their tastefully slit gowns and dresses.

From L-R: Monica, Brittany Daniels, Letoya Luckett, Ciara and Mila J

Cut-Outs. As seen at various red carpets, cut-outs have emerged as one of Spring/Summer 2015 favourite red carpet trend.

From L-R: Mila J, Michelle Williams, Sevyn Streeter, Jasmine Brand and Gabrielle Union

Long – Sleeves. Traces of capes on the red carpet could not beat the love of a long sleeve for Nicki Minaj, Rihanna who wore a tuxedo inspired jacket with her short shorts and Laverne Cox in a long-sleeve jumpsuit.

From L-R: Nicki Minaj, Monica, Laverne Cox, Rihanna and Nicole Ari Parker

Thursday, June 11, 2015


The colour is taking over the red carpet lately and it is refreshing. A mix between brown and maroon tones, burgundy is darker and richer in tone.
Sophia Bush was chic in her two tone burgundy and black halter neck mini dress with a matte cast while Lea Michele spotted a long sleeved Elie Saab number in shinier tones. Tallulah Harlech, Michele Rodriguez in Vivienne Westwood and Christina Hendricks were resplendent in burgundy gowns at the Furious 7 Hollywood premiere and Mad Men season premiere respectively.

From L-R: Sophia Bush, Michelle Rodriguez, Christina Hendricks, Tallulah Harlech and Lea Michele

Saturday, June 6, 2015

The 2015 Cannes Film Festival

When it comes to the red carpet, nothing rivals nor compares to the Cannes Film Festival. The gowns are more glamorous and over the top as can be expected. Here is a look at the trends and some of the most glamorous gowns at this year’s Cannes Film Festival.

Strapless Gowns. There was nothing sweet about these off the shoulder gowns for their structure and avant garde design gave their wearers stand-out power.

From L-R: Izabel Goulart, Erin O'Connor, Aishwarya Rai, Fan Bing Bing and Lindsay Ellingson

 V-Necklines. Lupita Nyong’o in Gucci, Poppy Delevingne in Valentino and Julianne Moore in Givenchy put the plunge in V-necklines dipping close to their midriff areas.

From L-R: Andie MacDowell, Lupita Nyong'o, Salma Hayek, Poppy Delevingne and Julianne Moore

Cut-Out Chic. Strategic displays of flesh are back and the Cannes red carpet was not immune from the chic-ness of the cut-out trend.

From L-R: Zoe Kravitz, Karlie Kloss, Irina Shayk, Jane Fonda and Toni Garrn

Asymmetrical. One-arm asymmetrical gowns had moments of their own and Sienna Miller and Eva Longoria made statements in their navy blue gowns while Julianne Moore opted for a long-sleeved velvet gown in burgundy.

From L-R: Julianne Moore, Sienna Miller, Noomi Rapace, Eva Longoria and Doutzen Kroes

Red. Erin O’Connor looked statuesque in her red Ralph & Russo gown as did Natalie Portman, and Chanel Iman.

From L-R: Natalie Portman, Noomi Rapace, Erin O'Connor and Chanel Iman

Long Sleeves. Minimalistic came in form of long-sleeved fitted gowns for Eva Longoria, Rachel Weisz and Michelle Rodriguez.

From L-R: Rachel Weisz, Michelle Rodriguez, Ana Beatriz Barros, Barbara Palvin and Eva Longoria

Pale Blue. Diane Kruger, Li BingBing and Marion Cotillard looked very calm and cool on the red carpet in their pale blue gowns.

From L-R: Diane Kruger, Lea Seydoux, Li BingBing and Marion Cotillard

Side Slits. Side split skirts were the biggest trend on the Cannes red carpet as several celebrities bared flashes of leg at the different movie premieres.

From L-R: Li Bing Bing, Doutzen Kroes, Karlie Kloss, Sophie Marceau and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini

Gold. When it came to the metallic colours, gold was the celebrity favourite as seen on Natasha Poly, Toni Garrn and Irina Shayk.

From L-R: Toni Garrn, Irina Shayk, Sara Sampaio and Natasha Poly

Thursday, May 14, 2015

Milan Fashion Week: Spring/Summer 2015 Colour Trends.

Neutrals and beige tones were the biggest highlights of Milan Fashion week spring/summer collections. The runways also revived the monotone dressing of wearing one colour from head-to-toe. These are the colour trends from the spring/summer collections of Milan 2015.


From L-R: Georgio Armani, Dolce and Gabbana, Gucci, Versace and Etro


From L-R: Bally, DSquared2, Salvatore Ferragamo, Ermanno Scervino and Gucci

Blush Pink

From L-R: Blugirl, Fendi, Elisabetta Franchi, Etro and Blumarine


From L-R: Trussardi, TODS, Gucci and Moschino


From L-R: Etro, Emilio Pucci, Tods, Franseco Scognamiglio and DSquared2


From L-R: Moschino, Gucci, SportMax and Emilio Pucci

Pale Blue

From L-R: Roberto Cavalli, Trussardi,Tods and Andrea Incontri


From L-R: Costume Nationale, Dolce and Gabbana, Emmanuel Ungaro and Sportmax


From L-R: Bratis, Tods, Philip Plein and Emmanuel Ungaro


From L-R: Blumarine, Gucci, Bally, Trussardi and Marco de Vicenzo  

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Dark Lipstick At The Met Gala 2015

From L-R: Adriana Lima, Claire Danes, Carey Mulligan and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

The one trend that brought unity to the diverse and eclectic looks at this year’s Met Gala was the almost universally adopted dark lip. From those feeling a little shy and going for a glossy plum, to those feeling bold enough to embrace matte, burgundy tones, all eyes were on the perfectly painted pouts of the A List.
A statement lip celebrated after Fashion Week, when models at Giles and Emanuel Ungaro worked gothic, dark lips, we're excited to see it taking hold on the red carpet.
For too long has the dark lip had connotations of being overly gothic or being just for the colder months, but its springtime embracing by the cream of the Hollywood crop looks set to change that. It's easy to idolise a trend on the catwalk, but in real-life practice it can be harder.

Credits: Graziadaily


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