Sunday, February 25, 2007

A delicate balance


OH mother of god and gosh golly gally!

This has got to be the best dress of the evening...? The cut! The colour! The hair! The lips! The jewels! Perfectomundo!

Other notable mentions:


Emily Blunt and Reese Witherspoon in inky blues and purples.

Cate Blanchett in a gunmetal column

Helen Mirren...so age-appropriate

Kirsten Dunst lookin' snazzy and oh so 20s



Pictures from Catwalk Queen :)

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Agreed on Gwyneth Paltrow. She looked spectacular on TV. I don't know why she got on some worst-dressed lists.

Emma said...

100% agreed on almost everything, i just did a post listing reese, cate and emily as some of the best-dressed girls of the night.
however, i didn't care for kirsten's dress. maybe because i just don't care for kirsten.
great blog!

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Notice the woman to the right of Gwen in the top photo. Gwen totally dwarfs her. love your blog btw.

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