If you stopped by yesterday as mentioned there were just so many gorgeous gown at the 2010 Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute Gala, otherwise known as the New York Oscars. Seriously any event that is sponsored by Vogue is going to rival the hottest of hot red carpet moments. Of course we covered some of my top picks yesterday like SJP in Halston Heritage, Jennnifer Lopez in Zahair Murad, Diane Kruger in Calvin Klein and Gwen Stafani in her own L.A.M.B. design. But the glamour didn’t stop there as plenty of A, B and C-listers showed off their fanciful frocks in droves.
I just loved some of the backless numbers like the body hugging Calvin Klein that Zoe Saldana wore, or the floaty floral number on Kate Bosworth,,, and luckily Margaretta Missoni had no wardrobe malfunctions to speak of in her namesake dress.
Of course we have to mention the big O…Oprah that is, who was the co-host belle of the ball wearing not only Oscar de la Renta on her back but having him escort her on her arm. The dress I must say was divine and Ms. Winfrey never looked better!
Kery Washington’s red dress created by Thakoon and Gap (the evenings sponsor) was absolutely delicious and she looked as fresh and sexy as ever. And there were others like Jessica Alba’s beautiful champagne/rose satin number that was also a Gap creation.
And let’s just talk about Sienna, was anyone else scratching their noggins and saying to themselves….those two are back together? Yes it’s true the on-again-off- again duo Sienna Miller and Jude Law are at it again. And though I was rooting for them the first, second and third time, perhaps this times a charm. Sienna looked fab as always in her Pucci dress and I do hope they can work it out and avoid being the young hot British version of Pam and Tommy.
Lastly statuesque Taylor Swift wore a stunning Ralph Lauren gown to perfection. The hair red lips and jewels all blended exquisitely and I say whoever her stylist is deserves a raise…she has gotten it right so many times and I love the fact that everything she wears is age appropriate but still completely alluring.
Of course there are plenty of other amazing dresses that would take all week to cover, but of course there is always the bad and the ugly part of the red carpet so stop by tomorrow to see what all the awful fuss is about!