Stunning ladies from Hollywood descended on the red carpet on 24th February 2013 for tinsel town’s most prestigious night – The Oscars! Red Carpet of Academy Awards is an event high on glamour, glitz and grandeur.

Apologies for being fashionably late with the Oscar Red Carpet fashion verdict 😉

Presenting the very best, worst and mediocre looks from the red carpet – let the fashion police begin inspecting!

MY FAVOURITE PICK – Catherine Zeta Jones

She looked absolutely extra-ordinary in the Zuhair Murad Gold dress! The hair and make-up very well complemented the look and was just like how it should have been, natural and light to keep the focus on the exquisite gown that I am still drooling over…

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Charismatic Catherine!

Bright Butterflies

Winter is all about greys, browns and black. Oh the monotony…I personally love bright and flashy colours, be it winter or summer, spring or autumn.

Reese Whiterspoon in blue Louis Vuitton gown and Jennifer Anniston in her bright Red Valentino along with sparkling accessories and a matching clutch looked dazzling.

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Solagne Knowles  was spotted wearing a yummy yellow Emilio Pucci dress from the Spring 2013 Collection. Gold Jewels by Lorraine Schwartz, gold clutch and red lipstick perfected her look. Hello Sunshine!

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In Future

Naomi Watts wore a sequined  Giorgio Armani gown at the Oscars 2013. Fashion critics have termed her gown to be from ‘future’ and looking like an ‘alien’ descended from mars…I would say I am in love with her Shade of Grey 😉


Daring Divas

Brandi Glanville left me shocked with her outfit, which she reportedly designed herself. It revealed more than it concealed and in a bizarre manner if I may say so….

Her chest was the focus of attention – full emphasis on her surgically perfected breasts worth a whopping $11,500.  I am sorry but nothing seems to be working for the 40+ former model. Better luck next time Brandi!

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Naomie Harris’s golden gown is made from recycled material by Ghana-born Michael Badger, a fashion student , who was mentored by Vivienne Westwood.  The outfit has been inspired from volcanoes and flowing lava and has won Suzy Amis Cameron’s Red Carpet Green Dress Challenge

The dress was slit open from ankle till her waist. Highly risky and daring – the idea was to show her toned legs but put the Skyfall starlet into constant conscious behaviour while moving around and avoiding to show her underwear, if she was wearing one in the first place 😉



Chanel once said, ‘Fashion fades, only style remains the same’. For me diamonds, glamorous couture and red lips are en vogue – forever!

Anna Hathaway in Prada, Jennifer Lawrence in Dior albeit her royal tripping on the stairs  (blame the dress…) and Amy Chastain in a gold Armani Prive looked like eternal beauties – All time classics!

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 Nicki Minaj’s  ‘WHITE MINI’ Disaster!

I am not quite sure what was going through her  head while donning the short, white Roberto Cavalli dress with the most dreadful lipstick shade I have even seen….till date! Unless she surprises me with another one late…

She wore this outfit to one of the most photographed events surrounding the Oscars, 2013 Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party.

I would call it a fashion debacle. Silence for 2 minutes.


Thats all folks! I shall be back with more fashionable updates soon, in the mean time, perfect your red carpet look 🙂 xx

9 comments on “Oscars 2013 – Fashion Round up!”

  1. “…fashion debacle. Silence for 2 minutes” bahahahaha

    Good choice but this time it was disappointing. Some were pretty but nothing amazing.

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