Monday, January 30, 2006
Screen Actors Guild Awards
Another week, another awards show - and the Fashionable Kiffen is here to tell you who looked glamorous, and who looked...well, not so glamorous.
Zhang Ziyi: The Memoirs of a Geisha star is 2 for 2 for awards show gowns. Her dress was ethereal and elegant, and she wore it perfectly.
Reese Witherspoon: Her black and white ruffled frock suited her personality, and her hair and makeup were gorgeous, but the look just didn't add up. Perhaps it was the poor fit of the dress.
Felicity Huffman: The color is beautiful, but the shape is a little less than flattering. She did better than her fellow Housewives, Teri Hatcher and Eva Longoria, however.
Eva Longoria: The color and shape of her dress, while extremely trendy right now, did nothing for her figure. At least her forties-inspired hair was outstanding.
Sandra Bullock: The shape is awkward (it should have been floor-length or without the bubble hem) and the color washed her out. She could have done better.
Sandra Oh: She looked stunning. The cut, the colors, the sparkly brooch at her hip - everything worked. Her, Angela Bassett, and Zhang Ziyi were the best dressed of the night.
Anne Hathaway: Well, she looked like she got lost on her way to the Renaissance Faire. Harsh makeup, poor posture, and a costumey dress add up to a fashion mistake for her.
Angela Bassett: A perfect example of an older woman who dresses appropriately and looks fabulous. The color is great, the shape is great, and the hair and makeup are flawless.
Jaime Pressly: Someone forgot to tell her that it's the SAG awards, not the Oscars. She looked pretty, but overdone for one of the more casual shows of the season.
Well, neither the Golden Globes and the Screen Actors Guild awards had any true fashion emergencies, but there's always the Oscars or the Grammys - and you can count on the Kiffen to keep you posted on the most fabulous and the most atrocious ensembles that Hollywood has to offer.