• Grammy Awards 2018

    Remember when we told you that January is The month of awards?
    We already covered:
    >> The Golden Globe awards
    >> The Screen Actors Guild awards

    Now it’s time to finish the month with a musical touch: The Grammy Awards.

    Grammy Awards 2018

    Who were the winners?

    Bruno Mars won the awards for Album of the Year and Record of the Year with “24K Magic”. He also got the awards for Song of the YearBest R&B AlbumBest R&B Song and Best R&B Performance for his track “That’s what I like” (from the same album, obviously).

    The American rock band Portugal. The Man won the prize for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance with the song “Feel It Still”, and Foo Fighters’ “Run” was chosen for Best Rock Song.

    2017 was a good year for Kendrick Lamar, too: he won the awards for Best Rap Album (“DAMN.”), Best Rap Song (“HUMBLE.”), Best Rap Performance(“HUMBLE.”) and Best Rap/Sung Performance (“LOYALTY”with Rihanna).

    Speaking of Rihanna, she was more than good looking (and extravagant as usual) in a bright pink Adam Selman dress with 275 000 crystals.

    Some of the other stylish ladies were Lady Gaga (in Armani), Rita Ora in (Ralph & Russo) and Pink (in Armani Privé).

    And even though Jay-Z got 8 nominations and 0 awards, he will always have Beyoncé!

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    Whereas during the Golden Globes the celebrities walked down the red carpet in black gowns in order to show their solidarity against sexual harassment, for The Grammys the stars opted for white roses.

  • Screen Actors Guild Awards 2018

    It is safe to say that January is The month of awards. Even though the next Academy Awards ceremony is not until March, during the current month we already had the Golden Globe Awards а few weeks ago and now we are also witnessing (from a distance) the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

    The last one took place on Sunday in Los Angeles, California, and honoured the best achievements in film and television performance of 2017.

    What were the dresses that our favourite celebrities sported on the red carpet? We made a list with the top trends:

    Pretty in (pale) pink

    Pastel shades and darker pink for raw elegance

    Margot Robbie in Miu Miu
    Saoirse Ronan in Louis Vuitton
    Dakota Fanning in Prada

    #sagawards My pink dreams came true tonight. Thank you @prada 🎀

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    Silver linings

    Statement shoulders, black feathers and maxi lengths

    Lupita Nyong’O in Ralph & Russo
    Natalie Zea in Ports 1961
    Allison Janney in Yanina Couture


    Alison also won the prize for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in I, Tonya.

    Long (live the) sequins

    Dazzling cuts + more glitter. Oh, and maybe some cool shades.

    👗= @albertaferretti #sagawards

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    Susan Sarandon in Alberta Ferretti
    Nicole Kidman in Armani Privé
    Halle Berry in Pamella Roland


    Sing the blues

    Royal blue for colour blocking with the red carpet.

    Mandy Moore in Ralph Lauren
    Leslie Mann in Zuhair Murad
    Crissy Metz in Kate Spade

    Ruffled layers

    Semi-sheer fabrics, long ruffles, gentle laces.

    Molly Sims in Greta Constantine
    Kate Nash in Bora Aksu
    Kate Hudson in Valentino

    As for the awards, here are some of them:
    Best actor in a leading role – Gary Oldman
    Best actress in a leading role – Frances McDormard
    Best actor in a supporting role – Sam Rockwell
    Best cast in а motion picture – Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

  • Golden Globes 2018: Women in Black

    You know how the LBD (little black dress, for those of you who were residents of another planet for the past few decades) always adds a little something to your natural charisma? We all do, and so do our favourite celebrities.

    The last edition of the Golden Globe Awards that was held in Beverly Hills on Sunday also celebrated the little (or not so little) black dress. The stars walked the red carpet with black gowns in order to show their solidarity with the #MeToo movement, which aims to denounce sexual harassment.


    As the colour palette for outfits was reduced, the Hollywood celebrities had nothing but talent, charm and statement jewellery on their disposal. Let’s have a look at the list of winners for 2018 and the best looks of the special night!


    The Shape of Water was the most nominated title of the ceremony. It had 7 nominations in total and won 2 awards – for Best Director (Guillermo del Toro) and Best Score (Alexandre Desplat).


    The only movie that received more awards was Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri – Best Motion Picture (Drama), Best Actress in a Drama (Frances McDormand) and Best Supporting Actor in a Drama (Sam Rockwell).


    British talent Gary Oldman took home the prize for Best Actor in a Drama, and James Franco got the one for Best Actor in a Comedy or Musical. Saoirse Ronan was honored with Best Actress in a Comedy or Musical and Pixar’s Coco was selected Best Animated Feature Film.


    As for the black dresses, our list includes Diane Kruger in Prada, Alicia Vikander in Louis Vuitton (what else but Vuitton?), Kate Hudson in Valentino, Margot Robbie in Gucci, Natalie Portman in Christian Dior, Zoe Kravitz in Saint Laurent, Dakota Johnson in Gucci, Nicole Kidman in Givenchy and Viola Davis in Brandon Maxwell.

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    The power-dressing couple of the night was definitely Jessica Biel in Dior Haute Couture + Justin Timberlake in Dior.

  • Met Gala 2017 – the best dressed

    The Met Gala, also known as the Costume Institute Gala, is an annual fundraising gala event for the benefit of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Each year, the event celebrates the opening of the Costume Institute’s annual fashion exhibit. The theme of the fashion exhibition sets the tone of the dress code for the formal event.

    This year, it was Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons: Art of In-Between.


    Katy Perry certainly grabbed the media attention. The singer who was co-chairing the event wore a Maison Margiela outfit in red. She was not the only one in that colour palette – Emma Roberts went for retro glamour in a bright red Diane von Furstenberg gown. The designer herself was wearing… Diane von Furstenberg, of course.


    Other extravagant ladies were Madonna in Jimmy Choo’s camouflage outfit for Moschino and Kendall Jenner in La Perla Haute Couture.


    One of the top beautiful surprises was Zendaya’s dress – a bright orange and yellow Dolce & Gabbana style with parrot print. Not something you see every day, right?


    We also saw the classic colours for formal occasions – white (Kim Kardashian West in Vivienne Westwood), pale blue (Jennifer Lopez in Valentino) and pink (Lily Collins in Giambattista Valli Couture).


    Cara Delevingne proved that she is sick and tired of society’s beauty standards and sported her new bold look. We have to admit that she still looked stylish. Another unconventional decision was her Chanel suit instead of a typical gown that most of the ladies prefer for such occasions. Bella Hadid didn’t go for a formal dress either – instead, she chose a jumpsuit by Alexander Wang.


    Bella’s sister, Gigi Hadid, looked beautiful in a Tommy Hilfiger beige dress. Pale beige was also the go-to colour for Selena Gomez – the singer was wearing a Coach dress and Tiffany & Co. jewels.


    As for the couples, our favourite lovers were Gisele Bundchen (in Stella McCartney) & Tom Brady (in Tom Ford) and Blake Lively (in Atelier Versace) & Ryan Reynolds (in Versace).