Gold & Silver
The red carpet is always about sparkle and shine, but this year’s actresses brought it to a new level. Many appeared in head-to-toe shades of golds and silvers knowing just how to turn heads in the spotlight.
Open Chest Dress
A huge trend we have been seeing on the award show red carpet for years has been the plunging neckline. Each year celebrities have been a little more bold with this trend, but this might be the year for the farthest they can go.
With spring just around the corner, these celebrities have paved the way with pretty pastels and delicate appliqué details and a touch of drama. Some key elements of the trend are light and sheer fabrics, tight busts, and a long silhouette. Get ready for some spring flowers, because this trend has just bloomed.
Bold & Bright
Celebrities are always looking for ways to be inventive on the red carpet, and this year we saw some simple fabrics with bright colors that packed a bunch. Out with the classic reds and in with the hot pinks and vivid yellows.
Several stars appeared on the red carpet with gowns that made a big (and poofy) statement. This trend plays on the traditional ball gown but with an exciting modern twist, such as a high-low cut like Janelle Monae or a deep neckline like Zendaya.
The flawless hair, the beautiful smile, the supermodel figure- the 70’s would not have been the same without Fawcett. She was an angel on the screen and cool on the street. Farrah was the inspiration for most fashions during the hippie loving decade and lately it seems like the fashion world now! These past few seasons we’ve seen a flood of 70’s inspiration which led me to this collection of favorite Fawcett style moments.
Right down to the bell bottoms, her style communicates a mix of fun, sexy, and a touch of attitude. Granted, with gold locks like that who needs anything but jeans and a t-shirt?
A mix of misty greens and pastels, turquoise gives an underlying shine which pulls simple designs into the modern world. It is often accompanied by neutrals and straight lines, but for this mood board it is important it holds a stream-like fluidity. It has a washed-out look that holds an antique atmosphere.