Highs And Lows In Fashion From The Golden Globes – Yahoo News

Molenaar’s design house says he died in an Amsterdam hospital on Friday following a fall at his home Dec. 22. Fellow designer Mart Visser told national broadcaster NPO Radio 1 on Monday that Molenaar was a pioneer in the Dutch fashion world known for his “architectural style” of clothes. As well as designing high fashion, including a wedding dress for the bride of Dutch King Willem Alexander’s cousin Prince Bernhard, Molenaar also embraced commercial projects such as creating clothing for garbage men and street cleaners in The Hague in the late 1960s and recently designing a walking frame. Molenaar’s funeral is scheduled for Thursday in Amsterdam.
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Fashion hits and misses on the Golden Globes red carpet | Breaking News | providencejournal.com | The Providence Journal

The look was criticized by some as ill-fitting at the top but lauded by Aya Kanai, executive fashion director of Cosmopolitan and Seventeen, as “white hot and sexy.” A chartreuse Gucci column gown worn by Naomi Watts with a knockout diamond Bulgari Serpenti necklace was a questionable color to others while she was lauded as a vision by Joyann King, editor of HarpersBazaar.com. “I love how she took the classic Old Hollywood glamour equation memorable hue, over-the-top jewels, red lip and Veronica Lake curls and made it completely relevant on today’s modern carpet,” King said. Ruth Wilson of “The Affair” stood alone in green, an edgy form-fitting Prada with a high neck and black-and-turquoise detailing. Other highs and lows: JESSICA CHASTAIN: The “A Most Violent Year” united states actress said it best of her ultra-shiny, plunging Atelier Versace: “My movie is about heating oil. It’s like an oil slick so I was, like, it’s perfect.” AMAL CLOONEY: The awards season debut of George’s bride was much anticipated.
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Naomi Watts didnt get the Nobody Looks Good in Yellow memo; the cut of her Gucci gown was lovely, but the color was unfortunate. Emboldened by their success adorning their mothers bridal veil, it appeared that Angelina Jolies kids wreaked creative havoc on Keira Knightleys Chanel gown, which was covered with butterflies and bugs. In fact, it took 30 people a week to assemble the couture creation. Melissa McCarthy wore a gown whose white long-sleeved top was collared and whose black skirt was ruffled. She told E!
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