Cher in a headdress.
Bjork as a bird.
Sharon Stone in a Gap t-shirt.
Kim Basinger in a one-armed graffiti dress.
Nowadays, they're all so safe, and the only mistakes they make is when they have a bad stylist, and they trust that person. So, let's dish dresses, starting with my favorites:
|Jennifer Hudson looks fabulous. |
She was my favorite on the carpet last night.
I mean, c'mon, girl wore tanger-effin'-rine and rocked it.
|Helen Mirren shows all them young upstarts what hot looks like.|
Never less than glamorous, never less than fabulous.
On screen and off.
|Helen Bonham Carter, or, as I call her, HBC.|
She isn't a slave to fashion; in fact, she wore a dress
designed by a costume designer because,
well, it's the Oscars, and it's movies, not fashion.
She does what she wants and does it better than anyone.
|Michelle Williams. |
She is so New Hollywood that she looks Old Hollywood.
A little Audrey Hepburn, a little Mia Farrow, a whole lot of simply gorgeous.
|Natalie Portman, looking beautiful, fresh, glowing, |
and about nine-and-a-half months pregnant.
Regal, like an Oscar winner.
|Reese Witherspoon. |
A cross between Oscar Barbie, and Sharon Tate Valley Of The Dolls.
Simple and chic, and beautiful.
This dress says, "Jesse James? Big mistake! Huuuge."
A lot of people weren't feeling the love for this dress,
but, well, it kinda grew on me. It looks like a piece of art, and Cate is priceless.
|Celine Dion. In the spirit of fairness,|
I don't like her, so, well, it's hard to be objective.
But this shiny dress is too plain, and the fabric reminds me of......
|Halle Berry. After her Golden Globes misstep,|
she went for princess gown, and it might have made it higher
on my very prestigious list if it weren't for the fact that it looked like......
|...Hilary Swank's dress. |
Sure, the color was different, and one had tulle and one had feathers.
But they were both princess dresses for former Oscar winners,
and I think they should have tried harder.
|Scarlett Johansson looks like she's up for the part of Miss Kitty |
in a reboot of Gunsmoke.
It's not bad, it's just blah; and the hair is blah.
Blah blah blah.
|Florence Welch. Talk about drab, lifeless, blah.|
This looks so much like the dress she wore to the Grammys,
that I thought it was the same dress.
How can a girl with such vibrant hair choose to wear skin tone Grandma drapes?
i put Anne in a class by herself because she is in a class by herself. Plus, she was the only one who got a chance to change dresses every couple of minutes. So, she is my Best Dressed, or best dresses--with a little Tux thrown in--of the night:
|Rockin' the red carpet in Valentino Archive.|
|Glamorous in white.|
|Rumors are that anne will play Judy Garland on Broadway, |
and this is all Judy.
|Like a fine wine, she's fab.|
|Twist it, shake it.|
|Regal in Royal Blue.|
|And her last dress, at the end of the show.|
This is another dress that reminds me of Garland.