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February 20, 2012

2012 BAFTA Awards Red Carpet

PENELOPE CRUZ all the way…

The Democracy Diva

Let’s celebrate the best in British film and TV.

JESSICA CHASTAIN // gown by Oscar de la Renta, shoes by Jimmy Choo

Beautiful. I don’t love the length (a bit short in the front, a bit long in the back) or the shoes (too much texture, and I wouldn’t have picked a platform), and the fit around her waist is kind of funny. But, I mean, she’s freaking stunning. Case in point:

Work it.

MERYL STREEP // gown by Vivienne Westwood

You go and GET that British award for playing a British political icon even though you’re American, Meryl! And might I say, your tits are looking delightfully perky! Also, dress like this for every event ever, please!

KRISTEN WIIG // gown by Alberta Ferretti, shoes by Miu Miu

So natural and minimalist and beautiful, like a breath of fresh air. It doesn’t fit perfectly, but at least…

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February 20, 2012

Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week 2012 – Grand Finale

I enjoyed Bipasha and Madhavan as showstoppers.

Indian Fashion Police

New Collection, new designs that have been inspired by every walk of life. The Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week ended with a Grand Finale by designer JJ Valaya who simply mesmerizes with his work everytime it is presented on the runway. This time around there was an array of colors in the Valaya ‘Azrak’ collection that ranged from whites to golds to dark blues. The western outfits were done in lighter hues where as Indian wear had richer colors. The beautiful ‘Alika’ jackets which are my favorite, were teamed with sarees. JJ Valaya had Celebrities like Navin Ansal and designers like Suneet Varma, Rohit Bal take the ramp in his menswear collection. Bandhgalas, Jacket and Jodhpuris were designed in velvet, cotton, wool and gabardine with touch of monochromatic prints. Valaya never falls short of making a person feel like royalty which is how each of the celebs walking down the runway looked like. The collection was inspired by the ‘Ottoman’ era of Turkey and…

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