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Naomi Watts Gives Elegance an Unexpected Twist for the 2015 Oscars

Naomi Watts

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She went bright for the Golden Globes, and now Naomi Watts has gone all shiny on us. The Australian actress has turned to a metallic figure-hugging dress by Armani for the 87th Annual Academy Awards at the Hollywood & Highland Center tonight (ET), and we think she looks sublime.

She risked her usual elegance with sexy side cut-out detailing to show off a bit of skin and a youthful spaghetti-strap halter neckline. Her messy waves and dark hues, like a black hard-case clutch, navy-blue drop earrings and a rich-berry lip, really made the look and balanced out her feminine grace with a good dose of moody edge.

We think Naomi nailed it by delivering the unexpected. Oh, and that shimmering rectangle pattern makes us want to follow the silver brick road all the way to the Oscars and see her magnificence in the flesh.

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Margot Robbie Gets Dark in Saint Laurent for the 2015 Oscars

Margot Robbie

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Australian actress Margot Robbie has taken a dark and moody approach to the 87th Annual Academy Awards at the Hollywood & Highland Center tonight (ET) in a black bewitching frock by Saint Laurent.

We always feel a bit disappointed when she doesn’t opt for an Aussie designer on the international stage, but, because she looks so damn hot, we’ll let it slide this time. The sheer-black sleeves and draped neckline oozed a mature sex appeal beyond her years, and the red lip really topped off the smouldering look.

Always one to surprise with a hairdo, the 24-year-old showed off a sharp side-parted lob which worked surprisingly well with the get-up. To keep the moodiness at bay, Margot rounded off the look with an opulent Van Cleef & Arpels blue-tasselled gold necklace.

We’re not used to seeing Margot in such a grown-up look, but we’re definitely fans! Homegirl looks fierce.

See the full Oscars 2015 red carpet roundup here.

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Cate Blanchett Falls Short of Expectations at the 2015 Oscars

Cate Blanchett

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Cate Blanchett is a style queen when it comes to the film industry’s biggest events, and has raised her own bar very, very high. Because of that, we were a little underwhelmed to see such a minimal look from the red-carpet pro at the 87th Annual Academy Awards at the Hollywood & Highland Center tonight (ET).

That’s not to say we didn’t love the get-up, including a black high-neck Maison Margiela by John Galliano gown and a statement turquoise Tiffany & Co necklace, it’s just that we’ve gotten used to the wow-factor of her old-Hollywood elegance. It feels wrong to just give her a thumbs up, rather than bucketloads of praise.

We would’ve loved a bit more glamour from the Australian actress, whether it was embellishments, a floaty silhouette, or soft and polished waves. It also struck a bit of déjà vu, with Sofia Vergara repping a similar look at the 2014 Golden Globes.

See the full Oscars 2015 red carpet roundup here.

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Link Buzz: Kanye West Calls Out Fern Mallis, ModCloth’s Swimwear Campaign Is Everything

Image: SIPA/

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  • Kanye West calls Fern Mallis out on Twitter for not feeling his attitude, Fern remains unbothered. [NYP]
  • …but at least Steven Kolb is cool with him. [Racked]
  • Revolve Clothing plans to add a bridal category. [WWD]
  • Here’s a naked Jamie Dornan in a vintage Abercrombie ad. [Cosmo]
  • American Apparel gets rid of its creative director. [BoF]
  • Lexi Boling is sorry for throwing shade at Kendall Jenner. [Vogue UK]
  • ModCloth once again nails it with its swimwear campaign, casting some of its own employees. (Insert hand clap emoji here.) [The Gloss]
  • Lena Dunham is scheduled to guest star on Scandal. [People]
  • And now…100 years of Iranian beauty. [Cut Video YouTube]

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John Galliano on Getting Used to Sobriety

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Image: Getty

John Galliano’s fall and return to the fashion industry has been well-documented, but today we get another view of what the designer has been up to recently. Vogue visited Galliano as he was putting together his first collection for Maison Margiela at the house’s studio in Paris. 

During the visit, the designer notes that this is the first time in a long while that he’s attempting to live life and design without being under the influence of substances. “It’s great just being alive again… and every experience is new,” the designer said. “I’ve never done this sober before. And I have to keep reminding myself that it’s actually quite normal. It’s actually quite nice, John.”

Galliano also mentions that he found solace in teaching during his absence from the design scene. Four students from Central Saint Martins insisted on being under the tutelage of Galliano for a special program. The next year, four more students, three of which currently work with the designer at Margiela, signed on to work with him, which Galliano says gave him a release. “[It] stopped me worrying and thinking about myself. That’s part of the reason that I started to do it when I was coming out into the real world. It was fun sharing, and it was fun to talk to them about Modigliani and Lartigue—blank! nothing!—and we’re learning so much from each other.”

All in all, it sounds like Galliano has finally regained his footing, and we can’t wait to see what he does for the house next.

[via Vogue]

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