I didn’t realize my last “Best Dressed post” was during the Oscars in 2013 and 2012 for the Golden Globes. This year though with a barrage of woman-filled flicks and TV shows nominated for the ‘Globes – we’ve a chance to check out lots of ’em working the red carpet. So these are my 72nd Golden Globe Awards Top 10 Best Dressed ladies!
This Lavin jumpsuit made Emma Stone ultra cool but perhaps a wee bit casual for the occasion but damn…
Amy Adams working the curves in the purple-hue Versace! Double winner!
This custom made couture from Givenchy makes Julianne Moore a double winner for me as well!
Dame Helen Mirren can do no wrong in this Dolce & Gabbana number. Speaking of royal sophistication..
Another Versace number made Kate Hudson the goddess in white!
Here’s Reese Witherspoon still stealing the red carpet in a sparkling off-white Calvin Klein.
“Into The Woods” star Anna Kendrick looking so majestic in a sheer tulle Monique Lhuillier creation!
And my Top 3 are…
Heidi Klum looking glorious in a red Versace number. Cmon’ doesn’t she age at all? Just WOW.
In a scene-stealing yellow KaufmanFranco strapless gown, Leslie Mann clearly knows how to get attention – for the right reason!
“A Most Violent Year” star Jessica Chastain will always be a favorite of mine in the red carpet. This girl knows her fashion!!! She may have lost the ‘Globes this year but she’s owning the red carpet big time in this Atelier Versace number! Bravo!
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Gateway Cineplex Cinema 5-3D
September 24, 2010
Directed by Zac Snyder
Starring: Jim Sturgess, Geoffrey Rush, Emily Barclay, Anthony LaPaglia, David Wenham, Ryan Kwanten, Helen Mirren, Sam Neill, Hugo Weaving
I have high expectations for this film and I was just a bit disappointed with its lack of excitement. I love that it’s almost in full 3D and I enjoyed it visually but was ultimately let-down by the whole story. I cannot find the ‘spunk’ that I saw in its trailer. Its graphics are exemplary –the best thing about it is its musical score. It’s not that bad of a film and I would consider watching it for the second time but I still won’t enjoy it as much as my friend Malcolm did. The audience’ consensus was like “It was just an OK film.”
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Tagged Anthony LaPaglia, David Wenham, Emily Barclay, Film Review, Geoffrey Rush, Helen Mirren, Hugo Weaving, Jim Sturgess, Ryan Kwanten, Sam Neill, Zac Snyder
Here we are again honoring the best of the best in the red carpet in of the major award giving bodies to happen! Yay! So who took home our most coveted title? Here are our top 5 picks and special mentions!
We don’t need “The Help” of anyone to figure out the best dressed of the night! This Lanvin ensemble is simply to die for! I’m giving an Easy A for you Emma!
Now this has got to be my personal favorite Givenchy gowns in a while! This beaded gown made Jessica Chastain looked like an ethereal goddes! Hail!
The nominated actress Rooney Mara wore a black Nina Ricci gown with matching Fred Leighton jewels and the ensemble simply made her perfect!
The winning actress wore a black and white J. Mendel dress that made Miss Danes looked like an old-school super classy hollywood a-lister!
Sofia’s one lovely and infectious bombshell! We just love her! This Vera Wang gown is no exception! Girl is rocking it Ssssss….
Evan Rachel Wood
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Tagged Best Dressed, Claire Danes, Emma Stone, Evan Rachel Wood, Golden Globes Awards, Helen Mirren, Jessica Chastain, Maria Menounos, Nancy O' Dell, Rooney Mara, Sofia Vergara, Tilda Swinton