Cate Blanchett in Givenchy and Van Cleef & Arpels jewellery. A 70s influenced delight, with fantastic back detailing.
Michelle Williams in Chanel. Michelle looks classy, polished, fresh and stunning. I do sort of want to put some red lipstick on her, but that is because I am addicted to red lips. She looks demure, subtle -and she matches the dress- in her light lips.
Amy Adams in L’Wren Scott – and Cartier. This green coloured jewellery looked great contrasted with the dress, and glorious colours to go with her red hair. She’s like a jewel adorned, mermaid.
Reese Witherspoon in Armani Privé and Neil Lane jewellery. This is simple, monochrome 60s influenced goodness. It looks classic and French, marvelous with a real American gal inside; shining bright, in the perfect way.
Colin Firth wearing a Tom Ford suit made from ethical materials and a Chopard watch, featuring a black dial set in white gold. Colin, oh Colin – his voice; so purposeful, English and yet almost vulnerable – has been with me since childhood. Adore, Tom Ford, adore Colin – impressed that Colin’s wife has influenced clothing choice, together supporting ethical fashion. Well done on your Oscar Colin!
Natalie Portman in Rodarte dress and Tiffany earrings. This dress isn’t amazing in my opinion, but she IS so beautiful, she looks incredible in it. Also it is a stunning colour. Natalie’s maternity wardrobe has been fantastic.
Helena Bonham Carter in Colleen Atwood. She is just fab. This interview on the BBC is great: HERE I think most people love Helena and she was just fantastic in The King’s Speech.
Fabulous outfits. I am not going to put the ones I didn’t like on here, just take it that I personally think these are the BEST. This is all. Gorgeous, full length, sparkling heaven – whilst we slept, they danced.