What was she thinking her gown looks more like spider webs then just cool print. The actress's strapless black gown was designed by Badgley Mischka with a white crisscrossed bodice that seems dated compared to all the one shoulder gowns on the red carpet. The actress paired her gown with art deco earrings, a black satin clutch, and a bejeweled bracelet. Are you feeling it?
Olivia Wilde from Fox t.v show House looks stunning black charcoal gray (gunmetal) gown with stunning silver accent beads and what appears to be a black and metal clutch. A much better choice than her lavender Reem Acra gown which looked more like a figure skater's gown. Olivia's metallic Gucci gown is complete with drop earrings.
Amy Poehler of NBC comedy TV show Parks and Recreation went with a bold cherry red gown. I know some may disagree with me on her makeup. I think it was a brave choice in her choosing to pair a red gown with sheer fuchsia lipstick. Where others may disagree and suggest nude or classic red would be a better choice, I disagree. Yes classic is great but sometimes in fashion one need to be a bit daring. Remember Coco Channel said "Dare to be and believe in your own individuality". As in dare to be yourself, what you are. She is saying dare to be different and take a chance. That is what fashion is to me (about). In fashion it is not wise to always play it safe. Now on the bad side red is nothing new on the red carpet, but she pulled it off well. However I can't say that about every actress before her.
Heidi Klum is wearing a blue-gray Roberto Cavalli gown. I enjoyed her classy cap sleeves.