The 62-year-old actress wore a custom-made gold lamé draped Eco gown in silk mousseline by Alber Elaz and tied the look together with a woven gold and strass chain link belt. | continue reading..
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“The Iron Lady” actress rocked a strapless black gown by Vivienne Westwood with a wide corset belt and a cool cropped jacket with three-quarter length sleeves. | continue reading..
Both nominated actresses donned slimming knee-length black dresses with fun little details added to it. While Octavia opted for a beaded appliqué, the v-neck opening on Meryl’s Alberta Ferretti LBD fanned out into a nice open collar. | continue reading..
Her comfortable elegance just baffles me; it’s as if she looks good without really trying. Meryl knows what works for her and she stays on trend without wearing things which don’t compliment her strictly because they’re “so in”.
The Iron Lady” actress went for it at the Globes in a shirt dress, but kicked it up a notch this past weekend at the 2012 SAG Awards in a fabulous greige three quarter-length sleeve gown by Vivienne Westwood. | continue reading..
Her dress, which is from the Fall/Winter 2011 collection by Cacharel, was modified a bit in terms of print style — but it didn’t lose it’s “cool” from the catwalk. I absolutely adore this collection and was so excited to see that it’s still getting some attention. | continue reading..
That term “less is more” is hard for some ladies to stick to when attending such a glamorous event as the 2012 Golden Globe Awards. But, Meryl Streep took it to new heights this past Sunday when she attended the ceremony in a gown by Alessandra Rich. | continue reading..
In the film Meryl stars as Margaret Thatcher, the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. Her British fans greeted her as she arrived wearing a black silk-chiffon v-neck dress from the Fall/Winter 2011 collection by Stella McCartney. It appears that the neckline on her dress was closed a bit more and the sleeves were also tapered.
The 27-year-old actress hit the red carpet in head-to-toe Dolce&Gabbana which mainly consisted of a warm black wool dress with three-quarter sleeves.
Without accessorizing much, Olivia decided to make her shoes bold enough to make up for it. What better way than a pair of eye-catching leopard printed pumps?
The look was pretty simple, but there was a lot of detail at the neckline of her dress — a popped folded collar that split at the center of the neck and puffed shoulders at her sleeves. Because of this, Olivia should not have worn her hair out — especially with her split bangs — a bouncy ponytail was needed.
Olivia finished off her somewhat-classic look with light make-up — but very thickly lined top eyelids.
Meryl kept warm in a deep blue silk pleated plissé blouse from the Fall/Winter 2011 collection by Stella McCartney that she paired with a calf-length black skirt. I’m so happy that she defined her silhouette by cinching her waist with a belt rather than tucking the blouse in, although it’s not-so-great that you see totally see her bra through the semi-sheer top. A camisole was definitely needed.