Wednesday, August 27, 2014

The 2014 Emmy Awards.

The Emmy Awards is the Oscars of the Television world – a night when the small screen’s stars take focus from their big screen counterparts. This year’s best dressed eschewed the safety of a black gown for vibrant reds, pinks and corals. These are the outstanding trends from the Emmys 2014 red carpet.

Red Hues. Red was the colour of the night as January Jones led the pack in scarlett Prabal Gurung, Julia Louise-Dreyfus in crimson Carolina Herrera and Christina Hendricks in ruby red Marchesa.

From L-R: Uzo Aduba, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, January Jones, Christina Hendricks and Mindy Kaling

White Gowns. At the other end of the colour spectrum, white gowns enjoyed a red carpet renaissance courtesy of Michelle Monaghan, Lucy Liu, Sofia Vergara and Camila Alves.

From L-R: Joanne Froggatt, Lucy Liu, Camila Alves, Michelle Monaghan and Laverne Cox

Metallic. With Gwen Stefani resplendent in a swarovski encrusted silver gown, Hayden Panettiere, Katherine Heigl and Amy Poehler joined her in the mine craft with their metallic ensembles.

From L-R: Hayden Panettiere, Gwen Stefani, Katherine Heigl, Taryn Manning and Amy Poehler

Slits. Kerry Washington, Halle Berry, Kate Mara and Louise Roe bared a bit of leg in thigh baring slit gowns.

From L-R: Louise Roe, Halle Berry, Kate Mara, Kerry Washington and Michelle Monaghan

Strapless Gowns. The off the shoulder silhouette held water as one of the biggest trends of the night with half the red carpet attendees sporting the trend.

From L-R: Allison Williams, Zooey Deschanel, Jessica Pare, Sofia Vergara and Samira Wiley

Credits: BritishVogue

Friday, August 22, 2014

Maxi Dresses.

Summer may be coming to an end but the maxi dresses are yet to be put away. Models Heidi Klum, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Miranda Kerr have been causing serious street style envy in these loose, flowing dresses. And on the red carpet, Selena Gomez dialed up the sexy appeal with a plunging neckline and thigh baring slit maxi at the Ischia Global Film and Music Festival in Italy while Rosario Dawson chose a flowy green maxi with painted jungle details and a neckline embellished with round fabric ornaments for a Stella Artois event in N.Y.C. These flowy dresses are great transitional pieces for fall especially with the vibrant and vivid summery prints.

From L-R: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Miranda Kerr, Rosario Dawson, Selena Gomez and Heidi Klum

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Back To Mono.


From L-R: Carolina Herrera, Sportmax, Saint Laurent, Missoni and Ralph Lauren

MONOCHROME cast off its Sixties connotations for good, as designers play with all manner of decorative devices to give black and white a fresh, modern makeover. With fall around the corner, so many celebrities are drawing to monochromatic transitional pieces for the red carpet.
Kim Kardashian played with a monochromatic zebra print skirt at the recently concluded Teen Choice Awards paired with a black cropped top both by Balmain, Hailee Steinfeld and Rose McGowan both attended the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Grants Banquet in monochrome inspired ensembles with Hailee Steinfeld in a A.L.C. striped a-line dress and Rose in black pants and white bustier top separates. At the BeautyCon LA event, Shay Mitchell wore a bodycon black leather skirt and white top to the event and Natasha Lyonne looked ready for fall in Calvin Klein Collection monochrome frock and jacket for the Creative Arts Emmys.

From L-R: Kim Kardashian, Hailee Steinfeld, Rose McGowan, Shay Mitchell and Natasha Lyonne

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

The 2014 Teen Choice Awards.

THE Teen Choice Awards is perennially an opportunity for Hollywood's next generation of style mavens to show off their sartorial prowess. This year, the evening’s most prominent trends were cropped tops and A-line silhouettes.

Cropped Tops. Most of young Hollywood turned out in this midrib baring trend with Chloe Moretz wore a black bandeau under her Valentino embroidered short suit.

From L-R: Jordin Sparks, Shay Mitchell, Nina Dobrev, Kylie Jenner and Chloe Moretz

A-Line Silhouettes. Jennifer Lopez and Hailee Steinfeld displayed tiny waists in a-line fit and flare Elie Saab dresses.

From L-R: Bella Thorne, Lucy Hale, Jennifer Lopez, Hailee Steinfeld and Taylor Swift


Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Paris Haute Couture: Fall 2015 Colour Trends.

For fall 2015, the colour palettes at Paris Haute Couture were a mix of jewel-toned colors of crimson, glacial blue, midnight indigo, white and sultry black which was not so basic at all. Jean Paul Gaultier and Armani Prive played with a predominantly red and black colour palette, Viktor + Rolf drenched theirs in only two colours – red and orange, while Giambattista Valli lightened up the sombre palettes with flashes of bright colours. These are the stand out colour trends come fall 2015.

Purple.

From L-R: Georges Hobeika, Alexis Mabille, Ralph & Russo and Atelier Versace

Pale Blue.

From L-R: Christian Dior, Elie Saab, Giambattista Valli and Ulyana Seergenko

Red.

From L-R: Zuhair Murad, Chanel, Armani Prive and Ralph & Russo

Yellow.

From L-R: Alexandre Vauthier, Maison Martin Margiela, Schiaparelli and Valentino

White.

From L-R: Armani Prive, Chanel, Christian Dior and Valentino

Green.

From L-R: Valentino, Giambattista Valli, Didit Hedisprayesto and Alexis Mabille

Pink.

From L-R: Christian Dior, Elie Saab, Ulyana Sergeenko and Vionnet

Black and White.

From L-R: Zuhair Murad, Giambattista Valli, Ralph & Russo and Jean Paul Gaultier

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