OSCARS 2017 Red Carpet: And the winners are…

Oscar 2017? Un’edizione da ricordare: Justin Timberlake in forma smagliante per l’apertura, premiazioni equilibrate, Sting con la chitarra e un’epica figura di merda sul finale.
Ovviamente tutto nell’unica sera in cui ho voluto fare la splendida e dormire 8 salutari ore prima di andare al lavoro.
Oscars 2017? What a memorable edition: Justin Timberlake singing and dancing in the opening, fair awards, Sting on stage with a guitar and that Miss Universe moment in the end.
It all happened in that one night I told my self to be wise and sleep 8 beautiful hours before work.

Se lo show ha riservato non poche piacevoli sorprese (Moonlight che batte il ruffianissimo La La Land come miglior film e Viola Davis che vince come miglior attrice non protagonista in Fences), lo stesso non si può dire del tappeto rosso: per quanto raffinato ed elegante, ha peccato più volte di originalità.
Cioè? Una sfilza infinita di abiti neutri, tendenzialmente bianchi o in sfumature affini: che gli stylist di Hollywood si siano coalizzati per dirci qualcosa in codice? Lo so che ci sono buone ragioni per non vestire sempre di nero…ma neanche la tenuta da gelataio dovrebbe diventare un must. Nonostante la discutibile color palette, le star d’altro canto hanno davvero cercato di trasmettere un messaggio di rilievo indossando il nastro blu della ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union), simbolo del proprio sostegno all’organizzazione che si batte per i diritti civili in America.
While the show provided many pleasant surprises (like Moonlight winng Best Picture over the overhyped La La Land and Viola Davis winning her first Oscar with her role in Fences), the same can’t be said about the red carpet: elegant of course, but kind of repetitive at times.
Meaning what? An endless parade of neutral gowns, usually white or in similar shades: dear Hollywood stylist, were you trying to tell us something?
I know that I gave you plenty of reasons for not wearing black all the time…but this bridal wave should not be the answer. Despite the questionable trend, the stars themselves were actually trying to tell us somthing meaningful by wearing the ACLU blue ribbon: a symbol signifying their support for the American Civil Liberties Union.

Se vi siete goduti lo show per intero direi che è il caso di coprire quelle meravigliose occhiaie, per tutti gli altri che hanno fatto sonni tranquilli preparate i pop corn, è ora di fare un bel reality check al red carpet degli Oscar 2017!
If you watched the whole show, I guess it’s time to put some concealer on those dark cyrcles, for the others, sit down and get your popcorn ready, it’s time to give the 2017 Academy Awards a well deserved Reality Check!

And the winners are…

“I came to slay b****” Award
Taraji P. Henson in Alberta Ferretti

“This look deserve an Oscar by itself” Award
Emma Stone in Givenchy Haute Couture

“Modern twist” Award
Naomie Harris in Calvin Klein by Appointment

“Best Makeup & Dress from the back” Award
Hailee Steinfeld in Ralph & Russo Couture spring 2017

“Divas wear Armani” Award
Viola Davis, Isabelle Huppert and Nicole Kidman in Armani Privé

“Sexy in a ball gown” Award
Kirsten Dunst in Dior

“Valentine’s Day tribute” Award
Ruth Negga in Valentino

“Best Hair color” Award
Emma Roberts in vintage Armani

“Golden Couple” Award
Jessica Biel in Kaufmanfranco & Justin Timberlake in Tom Ford

“Best Dressed Male” Award

Mahershala Ali in Ermenegildo Zegna Couture / Pharell Williams in Chanel

“Ready in 5 minutes” Award
Alicia Vikander in Louis Vuitton

“Uncomfortable masterpiece” Award
Janelle Monáe in Elie Saab Couture

Better on the runway – Dior edition” Award
Charlize Theron in Dior Couture spring 2017

“50 Shades of Granny” Award
Dakota Johnson in Gucci fall winter 2017

“How to ruin a beautiful couture dress” Award
Halle Berry in Atelier Versace Couture spring 2017

Stella

Editor-in-Chief

Well, I guess that everything starts with me and my love for writing and fashion. Creating this project has not been easy, but I am really proud of my little creature; watching how it is developing is quite entertaining and I believe I am not going to stop any sooner.

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