We’ve discussed the not so punk and the almost punk from last night’s Met Gala…but what about the punkest of them all? These ladies BROUGHT IT. Not saying they all should have (I’m talking to you, Madonna) but I appreciate the effort.
For the last and final Met Gala post of 2013…
Christina Ricci in Vivienne Westwood
One best dressed pick named in part 1…will I pick another in part 2? Let’s find out.
Salma Hayek in Alexander McQueen
Feeling inspired by the New York Times‘s Red Carpet Project, I wanted to make my own curated red carpet list with what I think to be the greatest Oscars red carpet looks in the last 15 years. Granted anything pre-2006 was quite difficult to choose (it just wasn’t a good time for fashion) but I found a few timeless looks that would make sense to see on the red carpet today. Because I just can’t wait to get my judging on this weekend, I’m starting…NOW.
Nicole Kidman in Balenciaga, 2007
I always look forward to awards season, but I was reminded last night how boring the SAGs are. Thankfully, a few celebs brought some real fashion to the red carpet (otherwise it was mostly strapless and sparkles…my favorite). But overall I’m thinking just about everyone needs a new stylist…or a stylist in general…or better taste.
So let’s get to it.
Amanda Seyfried in Zac Posen Pre-Fall 2013
Over the summer, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dana Levy of Dana Rebecca Designs. I was so excited when I saw this morning that her gorgeous jewelry will be on Gilt today!
Her designs have been worn by numerous celebrities, including Vanessa Hudgens, Rosario Dawson, Anne Hathaway and MANY more. So set your alarms for 11am (central time) because these stylish pieces will go fast!
Remember, this sale is for Gilt members only. If you’re not a member, JOIN HERE and happy shopping!