What Jessica Chastain, Jennifer Lawrence, Amy Adams, Helen Hunt, and Anne Hathaway wore to the Critics Choice Awards on Jan. 10 could suggest what future fashion choices will be made this awards season.
Jennifer Lawrence, Golden Globe and Oscar nominee for Silver Linings Playbook, flaunted her curves this season at the Critics Choice Awards. Stylist Rachel Zoe dressed her in a Prabal Gurung black gown with a leather panel and sheer train. More, please!
Naomi Watts was a sheer delight in an Emilio Pucci strapless black gown with a sheer bust. Bet she’ll be back to brights when she competes for best actress at the Oscars on Feb. 24.
Zero Dark Thirty Globe and Oscar nominee Jessica Chastain wore a fire engine red Prada gown with an embellished V neckline and a back bow to the Critics Choice Awards. It’s not likely she will repeat the color at the the Oscars. It’s just not done. Iv got a strong feeling I could find the same dress at Truworths… Absolutely nothing special about this dress.
Anne Hathaway ditched her edgy garcon style for an understated taupe Oscar de la Renta slip gown with Tiffany jewelry. I pray to the fashion Gods that her Oscar gown will be much more newsworthy and exciting. Amen
Jessica Paster styled Salmon Fishing in the Yemen star Emily Blunt in an ivory Miu Miu sleeveless sheath with a beaded neckline. A warm-up for things even more spectacular this season, perhaps?
Amy Adams, Globe and Oscar Nominated for The Master, wore an ivory and blue gown with a decent slit to show off her legs and Jimmy Choo heels. Does this slim silhouette mean she’ll go all big gown on us at the Oscars? Place your bets.
Rust and Bone Golden Globe nominee Marion Cotillard chose Zuhair Murad, infamous for having designed Kristen Stewart’s scandalously sheer outfits of late. This Murad dress is similar to Stewart’s Toronto Film Fest frock but more demure with a very ‘50s French couture silhouette.
The Sessions Oscar-nominated actress Helen Hunt wore a red cap-sleeve gown by Philip Armstrong that featured revealing lace details. One red dress per awards season is the unwritten rule. So, unfortunately, we won’t be seeing this lady in red on Feb. 24.