Golden Globes Favorites

Hollywood royalty were in full glam tonight on the red carpet.  Here are our Golden Globes favorites.  There were several fashion fails from a few of our favorite fashionistas, but we decided not to mention them because we know that they will redeem themselves at the next star-studded spectacular.

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Did you have a favorite look of the evening?  If so, please Tweet us your top 5!

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2014 Met Gala | Red Carpet Favorites

Charles James: Beyond Fashion was the theme at last night’s 2014 Met Gala, which was held in New York City.   Charles James, British-born designer {and self-taught} known as “America’s First Couturier,” was  in demand from the 1930’s and even into the 1970’s.  Known for his highly structured aesthetic, exquisite ball gowns and detailed draping, he is regarded as one of the most notable designers in America to have worked in the tradition of haute couture.

While I stalked the internet late last night to secure images, I overslept this morning and missed my scheduled 5AM run with my running club, {but it was worth it}.  Feast your eyes on my favorite red carpet looks from last night.  Each look can be described as “wearable art” and can easily translate to bridal with a few tweaks.  What do you think?  Who did I miss?  

Emmy Rossum in her Carolina Herrera dressEmmy Rossum | Carolina Herrera

Charlize in Dior

Charlize Theron | Dior

Karolina Kurkova in Marchesa

 Karolina Kurkova | Marchesa

SJP - Oscar

 SJP | Oscar de la Renta

Suki Waterhouse is best dressed in Burberry

 Suki Waterhouse | Burberry


 Liu Wen | Zac Posen


Jessica Pare |  Michael Kors


Diane Kruger | Hugo Boss

On May 8, 2014, the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Anna Wintour Costume Center called Charles James: Beyond Fashion exhibition will open to the public.  Approximately seventy-five of James’s most notable designs will be presented in two locations—the new Lizzie and Jonathan Tisch Gallery in the Anna Wintour Costume Center as well as special exhibition galleries on the Museum’s first floor.  

Field Trip anyone?

Photo Credits:  Huffington Post  & Fashion Gone Rogue