Around the world by way of the 86th Academy Awards
Lupita Nyong’o aka the Greek Island Hopper
Just as the sun dances in the ripples of the Mediterranean ocean, this custom made Prada dress sparkles in the lights of the cameras. It’s playful, it’s young, and it’s entirely memorable, just like a journey around the stunning Greek Islands.
This dress may be classic Dior but to us it screams fiery flamenco. Burnt orange and figure hugging with just a hint of bling, it’s reminiscent of classic Spanish style, passion and culture. (Props to J-Law for keeping it real with yet another epic Oscar’s tumble – we LOVE this girl!).
The girl from down under truly is representing her mother land by wearing a dress made up entirely of coral and shells. OK so this isn’t strictly true (we’re sure Mr Armarni would have something to say about this) but Cate’s dress does look a little like a homage to the Great Barrier Reef.
Old school Hollywood glamour at its finest, Kate looks like she’s walked straight out of 1920’s Paris. Sophisticated, elegant and ready to party, Kate exudes the style and chicness of a true Parisian party girl.
The original ice lady, Angelina Jolie’s cascading Elie Saab dress takes us away to snow covered Hopfgarten. Chilling, beautiful and always reliable to pull out a show stopper, Angelina and Hopfy are pretty much kindred spirits.
Hermione who? Stunning in a Vera Wang dress, Emma looks every inch a fashion forward Brit in this edgy meets glamorous get up. It reminds us of Camden Market, trendy Brick Lane and Big Ben all in one. And we couldn’t even begin to explain why.
The flowing locks. The white tux. The oh so shiny shoes. It’s all just Vegas. Throw a couple of casino chips in his hand and a poker visa on his head and expect to see him on your Contiki Vegas tour sometime soon.
Looking surprisingly normal for Gaga, she nevertheless looks like she hasn’t seen the light of day for half a year, much like the Scandinavian countries in winter months. Flowing, effervescent – she’s got Scandi cool wrapped up like a bow.