Monday, February 27, 2012


White was the color of choice for last night's red carpet at the 84th Oscars awards. As mentioned from my previous entry, Mila Jovovich and Cameron Diaz made an impact. The actress that remained supreme is none other than Gwyneth Paltrow. She wore a white sheath gown with a matching cape designed by Tom Ford. The ensemble came from Tom Ford's recent Fall 2012 collection. The designer launched his womenswear in 2010 and never got the buzz on the red carpet. I have been an admirer of Tom Ford since his days for Gucci and YSL. He is a genius. Thanks to Gwyneth, the designer established his mark. She accessorized her gown with a white gold cuff and ring. Her flawless hair and make-up is effortless. Gwyneth learned from her past mistakes. Remember the black Alexander McQueen gown she wore? It wasn't flattering at all. She learned that simplicity is the essence of sophistication. Being simple doesn't mean it's boring. You need the right designer like Tom Ford to whip-up an ensemble that is unforgettable. The dynamic duo's mission was a success. She proved to the whole world that she is the queen of the red carpet. She exuded grace, elegance, and style. Will this generate sales for Tom Ford? Definitely. She rules. Congratulation to her glam squad team. Bravo.

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