Archive for the ‘News’ Category
Click here to see what other Best and Worst Oscar dresses the hearty staff selected.Zyanna O'Connell, Photo Editor BEST DRESSED: Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji "This was an amazing gown. The beading was phenomenal, and this shape was perfect. Plus did you see how beautiful her earnings were?" WORST DRESSED: Natalie Portman, Vintage Dior "Natalie Portman looked like she borrowed a dress from mini mouse. she looked good post baby, but I hated it."
Click here to see what other Best and Worst Oscar dresses the hearty staff selected.Dana Droppo, Social Media Director BEST DRESSED: Zoe Saldana in Marios Schwab Fall 12 (Vanity Fair Oscars Party) "Choosing an Oscars dress just seems so stressful--I feel like you're either going classic beautiful or you have to just have fun with it and put on something you want to get down in. Zoe Saldana's Marios Schwab Fall 2012 gown makes her look like she wanted to put on something sparkly and interesting without over-dramatizing the look or playing it too safe. It's structured to show her shape and looks finished with swarovski crystals, stacked black heels and red lips. Like, it's just a party. Just put on a party dress. WORST DRESSED: Louise Roe in custom Black Halo (Red Carpet) "Honestly, I don't even know who Louise Roe is, but like, this Black Halo dress was specially designed for her for 2012 for this event. I feel like maybe she got Punk'd? She looks like a mid-Western secretary who got thrown up on by the DAR and then again by Glenda the Good Witch."
Click here to see what other Best and Worst Oscar dresses the hearty staff selected.Michaela Rechtshaffner, Editorial Assistant BEST DRESSED: Rooney Mara in Givenchy "Rooney Mara looked beautiful in a perfect contrast between dark hair and a lovely white Givenchy dress." WORST DRESSED: Missi Pyle in an Eco Friendly dress "Missi Pyle did not look so good in a Jasmine like princess mess."
Click here to see what other Best and Worst Oscar dresses the hearty staff selected.Mish Way, Editor BEST DRESSED: Berenice Bejo in Elie Saab "Bejo wore Elie Saab gown and it was stunning, soft and gorgeous. The aqua tinted lace completed her red hair in a combination that was classic and pretty. She looked strong and beautiful. The dress was feminine and vintage-inspired (God, I hate that term). Runner up goes to George Clooney's girlfriend because she showed up in a golden Marchesa dress and towered over Clooney's at 6 ft tall. So cool." WORST DRESSED: Angelina Jolie in Versace "I know this is old news now that it's 9am but Angelina Jolie looked terribly pro-Ana last night. From her Real Housewives hair do to that boney right leg of hers that she kept showing off all night (the leg got its own twitter account with almost 600 followers half way through the ceremony), she seemed withered and breakable. She could have been wearing the best Valentino around but her controversially skinny body over powered her presence. When is Hollywood gonna chill on the eating disorders? Granted, I don't think it's fair to pick on poor Angie if she is battling an eating disorder because that sucks for her and her family. However, the Skinny Little Bitch syndrome of today is over powering and scary and unless we talk about these things openly nothing is going to change."
Click here to see what other Best and Worst Oscar dresses the hearty staff selected.Jess Bloom, Staff Writer BEST DRESSED: Kristen Wiig in J. Mendel "Kristen Wiig kept it classy and glam in this beige J. Mendel dress. In a sea of flashy red and sequined gowns, Wiig stood out in a color I largely associated with my grandmother's knee-highs. The bottom of the dress could actually be shredded knee-highs and I still love it." WORST DRESSED: Jennifer Lopez in Zuhar Murad "I've got mad love for Jenny from the block but this sheer-striped Zuhair Murad dress doesn't do the trick. Mostly, what are those shoulder holes about?"
Click here to see what other Best and Worst Oscar dresses the hearty staff selected.sisters know best."
Click here to see what other Best and Worst Oscar dresses the hearty staff selected.Kate Brown, Editorial Intern BEST DRESSED: Kirsten Wiig in J. Mendel (Again) "I didn't even recognize Kirsten Wiig as a brunette, I just noticed this dress because it's understated and incredibly beautiful. Girl keeps it real. It's nice to see something this simple and classic dress amidst all the look-at-me Cinderella gowns. After all, it's just an award show right?" WORST DRESSED: Emma Stone in Giambattista Valli Couture "How to blend in on the red carpet--color match the hue of that carpet and dress like a curtain"
Click here to see what other Best and Worst Oscar dresses the hearty staff selected.