Especially for my friend Masha, who asked me to write about The Oscar ceremony dresses this year. Oscar was seweral weeks ago, but this is a right moment to remember the looks. They are not seen in every magazine anymore, but they are also not lost in our memory library yet)))
So here is my choice of the best and the worst!
Young Hailee Steinfeld looked like a little princess in this wonderful Marchesa dress. It suits her so well. It is a perfect dress for her age.
Hilary Swank looked lovely this time again in a wonderful Gucci gown.
Kate Blanchette always looks gorgeous when she attends Oscar ceremony. This time she chose a Givenchy dress. I love it dress. One of the most interesting from this year's ceremony.
Mila Kunis chose an Elie Saab gown. It is so fragile with this light chiffon and
Nicole Kidman in Dior. A lot of people said the dress is terrible. But I think this is real art fashion. An unusual form, a wonderful hand made embroidery. There is a harmony in this dress... For me it is a piece of art, not just an evening gown.
Choices are not so perfect sometimes, so every year we can see people who seem like they forgot where they were going.
I found the look of Hugh Jackman's wife quite strange. It doesn't suit her, it is not appropriate for the occasion... it is just ugly!
Marisa Tommei wore such a wonderful dress last year.. This time it was a terrible disappointment. Bad combination of the cloth spoiled the dress.
Busy Philipps. Hello the big bow lady. The dress is overloaded. The dress is big, the girl is big, the mistake is also big.
Melissa Leo choose a dress which does not suit her at all. It looks like she borrowed the dress from her older and bigger sister. Big shoulders do not make her look nice.
Halle Berry in Marchesa. What can I say... BAD! The designer could not stop sewing trying to achieve the ideal. If only she did not put on a piece of a curtain on the dress... It looks like the piece on the bottom is not from here.
This dress is a bad combination of cloth. Lace and frills, a lot of them, also make an impression of a curtain.