Hello everybody! I hope you all had a magic Christmas! Before putting an end to this year, it’s time to recap some of the most thrilling red-carpet appearances of 2013. Although I haven’t wrote about many of them as I gave up covering events, I have always kept an eye on the dresses these ladies have worn thorughout the year.
The most beloved designerswere Elie Saab and Christian Dior. If I were to chose between them I’d go with Elie Saab mostly because of consistency. Although Dior has provided some beautiful gowns for the red carpet, I cannot get over the downturn it made in the last months. And this is how I get to the most disappointing brands lead also by Dior. The latest collections have not fulfilled my expectations and have sadly managed to transform Marion Cotillard from a red-carpet diva into a mediocre, if not disastrous, appearance.
Apart from the award ceremonies, a lot of beautiful gowns were delivered during promotional tours. I have included in this top some photocalls and TV shows as well. Enjoy!
You know when you see something in a shop and your brain just starts screaming “I gotta have it!” like all of a sudden it is indispensable to your life. It scarcely ever happens to me, but it just did with this top. It was a fast and curious reaction towards it. There might have been many other beautiful tops on those hangers, however my mind was so stubborn and only went crazy for this one in particular. But I can’t deny I am happy I got it, as I absolutely fell in love with its digital prints and the colors. First I thought it was a depiction of fire because of those red and yellow hues, but then I realized it is actually nature.
The moonlight, the thrilling presence of a white owl and an empty seat are the main elements of the set the designer Charlotte Taylorchose for her fall ’12 collection presentation, a vision upon the Cornwall universe. As she mentions, the trip she took to this region inspired her to create a clothing line based on concepts such as the Cornish Tin Mines, Pirates and Smugglers or Gypsy Jazz.