The bodice of this Proenza Schouler dress is obviously the stand out feature: it looks a little like some kind of strange armour, but we like it all the same. We also love the colour, which is perfect with Amy Adams’ pale skin and red hair, and the gold evening bag finishes things off nicely. Fashion Police badge of merit, please!
Renee Zellweger decided to play it relatively safe on Oscars night, wearing a silver dress by her favourite designer, Caroline Herrera. Not the most daring Oscar choice ever, but credit where it’s due – this is a beautiful gown, and it’s earned Renee her very first Fashion Police badge of honour. Does she deserve it, do you think?
We’re only three dresses in, but does anyone else have ‘Lady in Red’ stuck in their head already? Red seemsto have been the colour of choice at this year’s Oscars, which is a little bit of a shame given the clashy shade of the red carpet. Katherine Heigl ,in Escada, and Anne Hathaway, in Marchesa, both went for red, one-shouldered gowns, but we reckon Katherine was the style winner in this particular Red Carpet Battle. Her dress is super-flattering to her figure, while Anne’s just kind of hangs there limply, with the rose embellishment making her look a little like a Miss World contestant. Your thoughts?
We’ve only just started going through The Fashion Police files from last night’s Oscars, but already we’re thinking there’s a strong case for making Heidi Klum the recipient of the "best dressed" award for this stunning Galliano creation. We love the bold colour and the dramatic collar detail – perfect red pinkish carpet attire!
This could have all gone horribly wrong… Allover satin is a hard look to pull off, but Rachel Weisz totally manages it – with a little help from Vera Wang, of course. She looks like an Oscar statuette all on her own here, although I suspect you’d need to get a little closer to really appreciate the delicate, diamante neckline on the dress.