Yesterday at the 2010 SAG Awards I first saw Kate Hudson in her beautiful white backless Emilio Pucci gown and she just blew me away. So much that I almost forgot she had already picked a white gown for the 2010 Golden Globes last week. But she looked too angelic for me to bother.
Diane Kruger is always so flawless it’s almost boring! For me, she was the best dressed last night in her mustard fitted off-the-shoulder Jason Wu gown. Her dress instantly reminded me of Michelle Williams Vera Wang gown at the Oscars in 2006. No one can do old Hollywood glamour like Diane. Perfection!
Christina Applegate is always hit and miss on the red carpet, but on this ocassion she was simply breath-taking in a gorgeous dusty blue Roberto Cavalli chiffon gown. Perfectly accessorized, Christina was definitely among my top 3 for best dressed last night.
Anna Paquin was one of the few who rather opted for a short frock. Her printed plunge neck dress was from Alexander McQueen’s spectacular Spring 2010 collection and Anna did the dress more than justice.
I always love to see green on the red carpet, it’s such a flattering yet underappreciated color! Fortunately, Lea Michele was brave enough to don this emerald green plunge neck column gown by Catherine Malandrino. Simply stunning!
Anna Kendrick wore a fuchsia strapless Alberta Ferretti ruffle gown. She may be new to the red carpet game, but she’s already acting like a pro. Love it!
Isn’t it refreshing to see Marion Cotillard in something other than Dior? Don’t get me wrong, I love Christian Dior as much as anybody else, but over time Marion’s red carpet looks became stale and predictable. I was hoping for a sexier look this time and it seems like the fashion gods answered my prayers. Marion’s white crystal embellished feathered frock from Elie Saab’s Fall 2009 Couture collection was a mixture of diva meets revue dancer. Magnifique, Marion!
Sandra Bullock‘s dress choice was more understated than her purple stand-out gown at the Globes, but that didn’t stop her from being once again a stunner in a black keyhole Alexander McQueen gown looking all classy and statuesque.
Emilio Pucci, Alexander McQueen, Malandrino (all S/S 2010), Elie Saab F/W 2009 Couture