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The academy music is playing, prompting us to conclude this series and announce the last collection of awards for Signature Style:
Best Dress for Signature Style Nominees
Embroidered from lover’s sighs and starry eyed dreams, Alicia Vikander’s Ellie Saab gown was a romantic sonnet. It was ornate without fussiness, and the ochre belt against misty aqua added a sprinkling of unexpected spice to the overall dessert of a dress.
Stacy Keibler donned drama via Naeem Khan’s ode to art deco glamour. Sequined studs outlined a single cohesive narrative without falling into a flapper costume, while soft curls and natural makeup balanced the metallic moxie.
The easy-going, traditional, girl next door stepped off her front porch and onto the scarlet carpet in flame red. Aniston’s Valentino was appropriately simple but unforeseen, especially considering her historical commitment to black.
Worst Dress for Signature Style Nominees
Nicole Kidman’s dress was the sartorial equivalent of a rambling lush: soaked in statements yet disjointed of meaning. There were ombre sequins, a mermaid silhouette, a scrolled hem, and a mysterious batman insignia at the waist. One big statement is elegantly exciting, too many leads to a fussy and/or gaudy fashion debacle.
Sunrise Coigney was too much yang, not enough yin. The curves of her figure were violently attacked by a gang of severe angles: the pattern, the dropped waist, the handkerchief hem, the pin straight hair, even her shoes bound her victim to the severe architecture of the dress.
This look is stunning on Lady Adele. Unfortunately she’s given it one too many encore performances . This award winner could benefit by singing a fresh fashion tune. Switch up the color, the silhouette, even the sleeve length. Ditch the choir uniform, and dress like a soloist.
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Win A Trip to the Young Hollywood Awards, May 2013!
PRIZE: A TRIP TO THE YOUNG HOLLYWOOD AWARDS
OFFERED BY: CREST 3D WHITE
RUNS FROM January 14 through to March 8, 2013
HOW TO ENTER: Log onto: http://www.facebook.com/CrestWhitestrips for details
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The lucky winner of the contest on the Crest 3D Facebook page will be selected to attend the Young Hollywood Awards, the “Oscars of Young Hollywood” as a VIP, and walk the red carpet with Cat Deeley, the host of Fox’s SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE.
Because Crest 3D is all about helping you look and feel your best, winners will be assigned their own personal stylist to create their signature hair and makeup look, accommodations provided at a luxury hotel, round-trip flights to whisk you to and from the excitement. To add even more sparkle to their winning smile, the winner will also receive $500 in spending money.
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