In this edition of Red Carpet Report Card, Amy Adams will be graded on her Giambattista Valli Resort 2013 look worn to the NYC screening of The Master. See how she looked after the jump.
‘Twas a lovely haute couture season, wasn’t it? And ’twas an eventful one at that — what with Raf Simons making his debut as Dior‘s new couturier, Donatella Versace staging her first proper couture show in almost a decade and Maison Martin Margiela showing its first ever couture collection. In between those memorable moments were a number of gorgeous creations that left audiences clutching their collective pearls. It’s always sad to see a good couture season end so let’s relive the haute highlights with the 10 Most Gaspworthy Collections. In case of hyperventilation, have your Chanel Choupette bag at the ready.
After the fashionnet went wild with rumors that Margherita Missoni did not wear Missoni on her wedding day, she took to Twitter to calm rumors to the Giambattista Valli storm. So who did she wear?
Fashion Star‘s Nicole Richie is getting her designs into Macy’s and she didn’t even have to compete for it. Macy’s is one of the retailers that will ideally carry winning designs by contestants on that trainwreck of a reality show, but Richie bypassed the televised bidding process and her capsule collection hits Macy’s stores come mid-September.
Kate Moss has a history with the Ritz as deep and glamorous as her recent ritzy shoot for Vogue. “When I was with Johnny Depp, he always stayed there. I had an apartment in Paris at the time, but he said, ‘No, we’re staying at the Ritz,’ so he came by and swept me up to the Ritz—he didn’t want to slum it in my apartment!” Dressed by handmaidens in Giambattista Valli, Armani Privé, Dior Haute Couture, and custom Balenciaga by Nicholas Ghesquière to tickle your fancy, it’s hard to resist Mrs. Moss, dripping in glamour and Chanel.
And the French get the final say. Paris Fashion Week has drawn to a close and we’ve sifted the runways for the trends that will affect your wardrobe come September, or sooner. Designers have squared off, whited out, and swept their competition. Karl Lagerfeld and Marc Jacobs were on some similar wavelengths for the new silhouette of Chanel and Louis Vuitton. Ann Demeulemeester and Gareth Pugh finally got coordinating dragon tattoos. Meanwhile, the leg bomber strikes again and we’re still highlighting the hot outline. Now, follow the bell hop to the trends of Fall 2012.
Multi-talented multi-hyphenate Karl Lagerfeld recruited a cadre of supermodels, threw them in the latest and hautest couture and invited some light tubes along for the ride for the latest issue of Numéro. Karlie Kloss, Saskia de Brauw, Lindsey Wixson, Daria Strokous and Aymeline Valade model the hell out of Givenchy, Chanel, Maxime Simoens, Jean Paul Gaultier, Atelier Versace, Valentino, Christian Dior and Giambattista Valli et al in the phosphorescent photo spread, “Neo Couture,” styled by Rebecca Bleynie and Vanessa Metz.