Because it’s not just Monday, it’s #ManiMonday, let’s talk about a nail trend that we’ve seen on celebrities like Rihanna, Lana Del Rey and Lady Gaga (I promise that title will make sense in just a minute…)
The CFDA Awards happened last night. If you were wondering what all those pictures of Rihanna practically naked in a sparkling gown were from, that was it. A few months back, I made my predictions for who might win in the six main categories. So before we get to the red carpet let’s see how I did.
When it comes to awards shows, I’m more about the Oscars, Golden Globes and the Met Gala because booty shorts and mediocre music don’t really get me all that excited. I completely forgot the VMAs were on last night until I stumbled on Twitter between episode 4 and 5 of Orange is the New Black and realized I was missing one terrible Miley Cyrus performance. Then I saw this, and decided a red carpet post indeed had to happen.
Miley Cyrus in Dolce & Gabbana
Streetwear…street where? Confused? Me too. Let’s continue.
It seems as of late that streetwear has become somewhat of a trend. Varsity jackets, sneakers, flat brim hats…you know you’ve seen that all over the street style blogs. What I find most interesting is that this is a trend I’ve seen in the streets but not so much on the runways. So where exactly did it come from? ChiCityFashion investigates.
It was so hard for me to choose my best dressed picks from the Met Gala last night because there were so many amazing dresses. This is why I think a follow up post (or 2) is much needed. These ladies were probably getting ready since 10am yesterday, so they deserve a little credit right?
Joy is such a beautiful woman and I do love her in this Missoni dress (it’s kind of hard for me to hate anything Missoni) but it is a little casual for the Met Gala. I mean, it’s a gala…a long sleeve knit dress simply won’t do.
As you all know, I LIVE for Proenza Schouler so I hate to say this…but this just isn’t working for me. I don’t hate the dress but Kristen needs to learn how to work the red carpet. She was getting better but she went right back down hill because she looks miserable here. You’re wearing CUSTOM PROENZA K-Stew…try to look a little happier!
Never thought I’d find myself loving a “mullet hem” dress paired with lace leggings, but for the Met Gala it totally works. She’s a model so owning a look is her job…and she should get a raise because she is doing all sorts of good for Mr. Gaultier.
I am now sort of regretting not including this in my best dressed post, because the more I look at it the more I love it. The dress is a stunning color, the pleats are perfect, and that headpiece only works for this occasion and I find it quite beautiful. If anyone can find me that exact bag, or something very similar, please inform me immediately…because I must have it.
THIS IS HOW YOU OWN A LOOK ON THE RED CARPET. Stunning.
This is not what I was expecting from ADR, but I’m not totally hating it. She’s the Lady Gaga of the fashion industry, which is why the egg headpiece couldn’t be more perfect. She can wear anything, and do no wrong.
Dear Taylor, thank you for not wearing your hair in those little girl crimps/curls, thank you for not wearing a short sparkly dress, and thank you for doing something DIFFERENT. I normally wouldn’t love this but it’s a step in the right direction so I must say…I’m impressed.
Love this color on her. She always kills it on the red carpet. However, this seems a little casual and safe for the Met Gala. She maybe could have pulled it off with some more statement accessories but the gold necklace is not enough to make the cut.
This dress fits her perfectly. The shoe pairing is a little unconventional which I always appreciate. I was expecting something more extravagant from SJP, but in fashion we are not allowed to criticize SJP so I will leave it at that.
I don’t really know what to say here. The dress looks amazing on her and I do love the colored earrings paired with it…but the hair is ruining everything. It’s what I like to call “the dragon braid” and when your hair is FLAMING RED, it’s just too much.