domingo, 26 de febrero de 2012

Oscar’s Fashion

Como ya he escrito acá en reiteradas ocasiones, he estado mega ocupada estos días y en consecuencia mi blog ha quedado en el abandono, pero aquí estoy. Hoy tuve la suerte de trabajar hasta temprano y mañana tengo clase tarde, por lo que podré dormir como merezco ¡Por fin! Pero no podía cerrar mis ojos sin antes dejarles un nuevo post para que disfruten hasta que tenga tiempo de nuevo de pasearme por aquí.

¿Qué les parecieron los Oscars? Definitivamente la moda y el espectáculo son mis temas fuertes, algunos saben mucho de política, otros de economía ¿Somos menos inteligentes los que amamos la moda y la cultura? (Nada que ver con chismes y farándula) Para nada, también soy muy buena en Mitología Griega, para que vean. Pero bueno, basta de charlas y veamos la moda que brilló en los Oscars de esta noche.

As I have repeatedly written here, I've been really busy these days and because of that my blog has fallen into a total abandon, but here I am. Today I was lucky enough to work up early and I have class tomorrow in late afternoon, so I can sleep as I deserve at last! But I couldn’t close my eyes without letting here a new post for you all to enjoy until I have time again to wander over here again.
Did you like the Oscars? Definitely the fashion and entertainment are my strongest subjects, a few know a lot about politics, or economics, but are we less intelligent because we love fashion and culture? (Nothing to do with gossip and celebrity) Not at all, I am also very good in Greek mythology, there you got. Anyway, enough talk and let’s see the fashion that shined at the Oscars tonight.

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Shining: Cameron Diaz in Gucci just blah!; Berenice Bejo in gorgeous Elie Saab; Jennifer Lopez being Jennifer Lopez in Zuhair Murad; and the beautiful Kate Mara (Yes, Rooney Mara’s sister) in Jack Guisso Couture.


Ladies in red: Emma Stone disappointed me looking like a Nicole Kidman doppelganger, Such a déjà vu, anyway! her dress came from the hands of Gianbattista Valli; I don’t really like the Michelle Williams dress it remind me to Julianne Moore at the Golden Globes, is Louis Vuitton; and Natalie Portman lookin’ like a teenager going to Prom in Dior Vintage.


Like an ocean: Glenn Close so perfect in Zac Posen; Penelope Cruz always flawless, this time in Armani Privè; and Viola Davis in Vera Wang is perfection from the middle up.


Dark side of the carpet: That is the most perfect Alexander McQueen dress ever! is worn by Jessica Chastain, Sandra Bullock looking boring in Marchesa and Tina Fey gorgeous in Carolina Herrera.


Like angels: The winner Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji; Shailene Woodley in Valentino (I LOVE THAT DRESS!!); and the oh-so-perfect Gwyneth Paltrown in Tom Ford.


Two sides of a coin: from the good side we got Mila Jovovich in Elie Saab (She is a model after all) and Rooney Mara in Givenchy, is so shocking see her in something that isn’t black; and in the bad side, I LOOOOVE Meryl Streep but that is the ugliest Lanvin dress I ever saw and Anna Faris is the worst dressed of the night for me.


Bridesmaids 1: Maya Rudolph barely good on a Johanna Johnson purple dress, I think that silver is too contrasting; and Kirsten Wigg in J Mendel, LOVE IT! 


Bridesmaids 2: Ellie Kamper in Armani Privè; Melissa McCarthy in Marina Rinaldi, she can do better; and my idol Rose Byrne in Marquesa, I don’t think the dress fit her well.


The couples: they have been the ringleaders on this award season, in one side Angelina Jolie in Versace best dress of the night, so much attitude; and in the other hand Stacy Keibler in Marquesa of course.

Pictures from: Celebuzz and Vanity Fair.

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