EVERYTHING I NEED TO KNOW…
…I LEARNED AT THE SAG AWARDS!
1. Navy is a lot easier to wear than black. It photographs beautifully. Matte navy absorbs flash in a most flattering way. Fab on women, men and even those expecting. It’s a clever color.
|Julie Bowen’s Johanna Johnston leather is too syrupy to be dangerous…too princess-y to be sexy. It reads like a mixed metaphor.
|Nina Dobrev leaves the improv to the stage and follows Elie Saab’s direction to perfection.|
|Could Julianne Moore have avoided SAGgate, by keeping the Chanel jacket Karl Lagerfeld designed for her dress?|
|Although it worked as it was…we do wish Anne Hathaway had kept the pouf Giambattista Valli intended for her gown.|
Kiernan Shipka (left) is on target in Oscar de la Renta; Julia Stiles’ (center) Amen Couture, ages her by at least thirty years; Sarah Hyland’s Dolce & Gabbana is youthful and camera ready.
7. There will always be a “cool girls” table, even after high school.
|They probably only wore pink on Wednesdays and ponytails no more than once a week: (from left) Marion Cotillard in Dior Couture, Jenna Elfman in Balmain, Jamie Alexander in Marc Bouwer.
8. When in doubt, add a belt.
|Accentuating an hourglass figure: (from left) Amy Poehler in Zuhair Murad; Tina Fey in Oscar de la Renta and Jane Krakowski in Kaufman Franco.|