I’ve always enjoyed a bit of Elizabeth Banks it has to be said, she’s a bit of a stunner, and here at the London premiere of The Hunger Games she’s doing pretty darn well. Yellow is no easy colour, despite how many times it sashays down the runways, but this Bill Blass number my friends is a good example of what can happen when it goes right.
So last night we not only had The Bafta awards, we also had The Grammy’s. We of course needed a Top of The Class for both and Stateside it was very clearly Gwyneth Paltrow in best bud Stella McCartney. Perfection.
Over on our shores it was Miss Piggy in custom made Louis Vuitton who stole all of the attention. In actual fact the Bafta’s were a little bit of a fashion snooze fest… Miss Piggy saved the day.
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo seems to have had the LONGEST press trail in history, Rooney Mara has been cropping up everywhere, and looking rather amazing every time she does. It’s quite some feat to turn that hair cut into a chic style statement.
Let’s all give her a round of applause. Thank you.
Elizabeth Olsen is coming pretty darn close to de-throning Emma Stone from the top of the style stakes in my eyes. Well, kinda close. Okay, she’s a firm second. Emma Stone is still the most immense of all.
Anyway, look how cool Elizabeth Olsen looks here in a piece from big sister’s line The Row. It’s easy, it’s chic, and it’s exactly how a girl her age should be dressing.
I told you a while back that Prabal Gurung really was one to watch, and it’s now more official than ever. The icon of style that is Miss Piggy takes this week’s Top Of The Class honour. This chic little white number is as lust worthy as pig fashion could possibly ever get.
You wish you looked that good. Oh, and she’s also just landed herself a campaign with MAC Cosmetics. She’s a pig on a roll.
Kirsten Dunst just hits the nail on the head with this Derek Lam Spring/Summer 2012 look. Repeatedly. She looks incredible. It’s elegant, it’s flattering, it’s a floor length white dress that doesn’t look like it belongs at a wedding, it’s just perfect.
My only beef if why exactly so much Spring/Summer 2012 is turning up on the red carpet. It just means we’re going to beyond bored with it all by the time we see it turning up editorially, and then by the time it reaches store we’ve all seen the pieces so many places that they feel old? Maybe that’s just me though.