Monday, February 14

Best dressed of the weekend: BAFTAs

BDOTW-BAFTAsI was originally planning a bigger BAFTAs edition of the 'Best dressed of the week post' but most attendees didn't try very hard. Emma Watson, in Valentino, looked slightly off with a very old hair style that didn't do her any good. Emma Stone, in that Lanvin Karlie wore, was on the right track but there was a something missing. And everyone else, except Tilda Swinton in Haider Ackermann, looked either too plain, too slutty or too dressed. Apart from these three ladies below, that is.
Julianne Moore made up from her bad GG look by looking ravishing in a cobalt blue velvet Tom Ford (?). The wavy tied-back hair and the red lips and light makeup were as perfect as the subtle diamond jewellery. Just wait for her Oscars look.
Hailee Steinfeld has been on endless blogs over the last few weeks. Her previous Miu Miu and Prada looks have proved that she knows how to be fashion-forward while staying age-appropriate. Her Miu Miu choice for the BAFTAs was a great evening choice both as a dress and as jewellery, as it needed none. I'd love Hailee to be in a film with Elle Fanning. Think of those press tours...
I was completely oblivious of the fact that Jessica Alba was attending this year's ceremony. She donned one of my favourite SS11 Versace Atelier gowns (from that post where I said how much I'd love Christina Hendricks to wear it that I then had to take down because the pictures had been leaked) and, being completely objective, she outshone all the Brits. Her choice of hair and jewellery perfectly complemented the gown and, well, it's Jessica Alba, she'd look good in a bin bag.
I'm off.


1 comment:

Paloma said...

me encanta jessica alba!