Sunday, 26 February 2017

Oscars 2017 - Red Carpet

The Academy Awards is the most awaited Red Carpet, and I´m going to tell you that after the disastrous Grammys everybody was looking forward to the next show. 2017 seems to be a good year for the Oscars, almost everybody was looking good. I had many favourites, let me know your thoughts. 

There are trends for red carpet. This season, velvet is coming back as seen on Brie Larson in Aquazzura and Taraji P. Henson in Alberta Ferretti.

There was another similarity between two stars: Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton and Emma Roberts in Vintage Armani.

Colors such as white, cream and beige are a big part of the red carpet, together with gold. Chrissy Teign in Zuhair Murad, while Nicole Kidman is in Armani. Karlie Kloss in Stella McCartney, Felicity Jones in Dior, Emma Stone in Givenchy and Jessica Biel in Kaufman Franco.

Hailee Steinfeld went for a floral number from Ralph and Russo, while Octavia Spencer opted for a silver Marchesa gown.

 Kirsten Dunst keeps it simple in a total black Dior gown.

Some opt to wear black but mixing it with some silver, gold or some embroidery. Charlize Theron in Dior, Halle Berry in Versace and Janelle Monae in Elie Saab. 

Other colors include red and blue, the former was seen on Ruth Negga in Valentino and Viola Davis in Armani Prive, and in the later we have Meryl Streep in Elie Saab.

And then came the After Party. A dress to impress was the aim of of Lily Collins who wore Elie Saab and Kate Beckinsale in Zuhair Murad.

Kate Bosworth felt like a Princess in this J, Mendel number.

And so did Hailee Steinfeld in Ralph and Russo and Leslie Mann who changed into a Carolina Herrera dress.

On the metallic side we have Amy Adams in Tom Ford and Jessica Biel in Ralph Lauren.

Miranda Kerr in Miu Miu and Nina Dobrev in Dior were the trendiest of the night. Also, Viola Davis innovated in a Brandon Maxwell suit and a pair of classic Stella McCartney shoes.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley showed her pregnancy glow in a Versace dress.

Haul Argentina P/V 2017 (parte 2)

Para ver el Haul:
OrneLGA: Haul Argentina P/V 2017 (parte 2)

Hola a todos! En el video de hoy les traigo 7 cosas (vestidos, accesorios, mallas...) para inspirar sus compras de fin de temporada! Hay cosas a buenos precios y  les voy a mostrar algunas cosas que me compre durante la temporada para que tengan un par de ideas. En Diciembre, ya habia filmado un video con cosas de la temporada Primvera/Verano 2017 asi que les recomiendo que vean ese video tambien para algo super completo.(Video anterior: OrneLGA Haul Argentina P/V 2017).

Gracias por mirar el video y el proximo Domingo los espero con mas!

Links para comprar las cosas del ultimo video en orden:

1- Vestido - Barsobia
       Direccion: Juan Bautista Alberdi 2991, Funes

2- Vestido Storni - Cid Kohan

3- Vestido - Inversa
     Shop:  y en The Market, Cordoba 1755

4- Malla off-the-shoulder - Compañia del Sol by Stephanie Demner

5- Anteojos de Sol Solana - Valeria Mazza con Ranieri
      Ver:    y    se consigue en opticas.

6- Mochila Carmine - Tropea

7- Anillos Perro y Gato - Clara y Yema
     Shop:     y

Para ver el Haul:
OrneLGA: Haul Argentina P/V 2017 (parte 2)

La La Land, the road to the Oscars

 La La Land, the road to the Oscars

 La La Land, the movie the world is talking about, but also seems pretty interesting to the fashion business. The film is situated in Los Angeles in the present, but as it is a tribute to the beginning of Hollywood, everything, from the way it was filmed to the costume design is what we call vintage.

  Such is the case of Mia, the character performed by Emma Stone, a young woman who dreams with landing a role in a movie. We see her wearing a lot of long (to the knee or longer) dresses and heels, a style we are not used to seeing daily. For example, in one of the scenes she´s wearing a high waisted skirt with a shirt that looks so retro. But is the character a dress only person? No!We see her wearing the comfortable duo of skinny jeans and flats. Something you can´t go wrong with,

  Another characteristic of character are the colours. She´s elegant but not boring, we see her wearing different tones throughout the movie, green, coral, blue and yellow. Oh, yellow, that yellow dress has a long story. According to  costume designer Mary Zophres she got the colour inspiration from a Versace gown Emma wore to the premiere of the Amazing Spiderman a few years ago. Afterwards, they decided to get the flowers hand painted on it and the dress was ready to go dance on the Hollywood hills during sunset. Iconic is the word to describe it. After seeing the "Lovely Night Dance" scene, you won´t remember Belle from "Beauty and the Beast". Talking about world stopping dresses, there´s a LBD (little black dress) because everybody owns one. The power of black is seen in this simple or maybe minimalistic gown.

  Having said that, all the costumes were very elegant. I saw the movie back in February in Los Angeles to be more precise. If it would have been any other movie, I wouldn´t have mention it, but the situation was magical. I haven´t seen the trailer, but with the name "La La Land" I could imagine it was located in Los Angeles, so I just thought it would be cool. When it started, it was more than cool. It starts with an amazing and realistic scene that grabs your attention. As it continues you fell that musical/romantic idea the movie has, but then I stated to feel bored. But in the end, I saw one of the best movie endings in history. The music gets you caught up. And of course, the message is well transmitted and true. I love that movies are becoming more realistic nowadays. In life, you don´t always have everything. (Spoiler) Sometimes, when you are dating someone, it´s tough for both people to accomplish their personal goals and stay together, and finally there´s a movie that shows it.

   After reading the last paragraph you may be thinking I´m a huge fan of the movie, and well, yes, I had a good time. Do I think it should win? Probably, but all the movies are good, but not so "cheerful" as La La Land. From what I said, I want to find out who wins the "Costume Design" category. I heard "Jackie" is the critics favourite, but unfortunately it isn´t out yet in my country.  I´m looking forward for the Red Carpet to see what Emma and all the stars will be wearing.
  If you´ve seen the movie let me know your thoughts, and if you dind´t and are into "musicals", "romance", "fashion", "art films", or "Hollywood" you better go watch it know.

  See you tonight with the best fashion from the Academy Awards red carpet!