The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards was full of celebrities wearing the finest gowns designed by the greatest fashion designers. International Herald Tribune has even wrote that it was by far the most glamorous Globes ever. The pictures presented below are taken from the red carpet, the InStyle and Warner Bros. Studios Golden Globes and Showtime Golden Globes after-parties.
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We cannot display this galleryAntonio Berardi was said to have called himself a “very austere” person. He might be austere in the terms of his personality or clothes that he designs, but this what has made his name repeated by everyone are shoes, which apparently aren’t austere at all.
We cannot display this galleryThe Rock & Republic FW 08 fashion show was displayed in New York on the day 2. I was never particularly interested in their designs ever since Rock & Republic and Victoria Beckham simply split, but it looks like their designs have developed a lot.
The Sun has published the article summing up the latest year of celebrity hair styles, naming 2008 as ‘hair-volutional’. Lauren Naylor and Toni Jones have praised or slammed haircuts of Victoria Beckham, Kate Moss, Rihanna, Britney Spears, Eva Longoria, Katie Holmes, Avril Lavigne, Lilly Allen, Pink and Agyness Deyn.
We cannot display this galleryRuffian show is said to be one of the best of the whole FW 08. It took place at a tiny dance studio at 8th Avenue in New York. Ruffian’s designers, Brian Wolk and Claude Morais focus on one very specific look: the Elizabethan ruff. Tweeds, wools, silky blouses, bishop or belled sleeves are their trademarks.
Victoria’s Secret extravaganzas are known for their pomp, splendour and gorgeous models wearing angel wings and behaving rather different than on any other runway. The shows’ success is not only about the behaviour, but also about the way the preparations look like.
We cannot display this galleryDsquared’s designs for spring and summer 2009, just like D&G’s, have included various proves of – as I have called it – a ‘marine couture’. Looks like this spring and summer we’re all going to spend at the harbour, or at least in the city, pretending we’re at some maritime spa.
The former Spice Girl flew to London for the launch of her dress collection this week. The capsule line of ten slender, calf-length, fitted creations was greeted with excitement when she unveiled the range during New York fashion week in September. Each dress has its own name, for example: Carmague, Barbazan or Gavarnie Mirror.
We cannot display this galleryA fabulous collection of dresses! Stella has done it – as always – with an undisputable fascination of feminity. I mean, like answering a question if there is a really more fascinating creature than a woman.
So what is in by Stella? Pastel and satin dresses and skirts, cequins, flowery elements, defined waistline, clutches and totes. Just check the full article by clicking on the heading.
We cannot display this galleryD&G right from Milan! I’m not particularly a fan of this collection, but it’s rather interesting taking into consideration Dominico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana’s interest on the marine couture as I would call it. If you’d like to prove you like this collection then grab yourself a bargain from your grandma’s closet and get a navy top with sequins and a white anchor at the front!