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

It was this great respite from all the boring gowns. And her hair was down. It was superglamorous and a little bit edgy,” she said. Extending last year’s red trend was standout Viola Davis in Donna Karan Atelier. Her sisters in sultry red included Allison Williams, Lena Dunham and Helen Mirren. And there was plenty for us to love or hate, including a daring white Vera Wang Collection gown for “Gone Girl” co-star Rosamund Pike. She showed off midriff cutouts, a strappy barely there back and plunging neckline soon after giving birth.
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Fashion hits and misses on the Golden Globes red carpet | Breaking News | providencejournal.com | The Providence Journal

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. Arts & Entertainment
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The gown is either a thing of wonder or a giant, fabric Christmas ornament. Lupita Nyongo, usually fashion-flawless, wore a violet and white Giambattista Valli gown that overpowered her small frame. The fashion fails were, of course, the most interesting part of the red carpet. 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 sweater dresses and whose black skirt was ruffled.
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Galliano ‘snubs Paris’ with comeback London show – Yahoo News

Galliano’s time away from the industry has incited a creative evolution, and whether he has tried to adapt his aesthetic to that of the brand he now represents,” wrote Vanessa Friedman, fashion journalist at the New York Times, in a blog last week. “Hopefully the answer to both questions will be yes; otherwise, he risks the whiff of irrelevance.” – Back to his London roots – Maison Margiela said the choice of London, where the show takes place at 1630 GMT in a modern building in the centre of the capital, reflected both his personal links and the city’s traditional tailoring history and heritage. Galliano was born in the British territory of Gibraltar but was raised in London and studied in the capital before heading to Paris to join Givenchy and then Dior — and the British fashion pack has already welcomed him back. View gallery A picture taken on January 25, 2010 in Paris shows British designer John Galliano acknowledges the a In December, Galliano appeared on stage at the British Fashion Awards to present the Outstanding Achievement Award to “my friend”, US Vogue editor Anna Wintour, who wore one of his new creations for Maison Margiela. Galliano was viewed as the driving force behind the huge success of Dior during nearly 15 years at the fashion house.
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