At every award show there is a worst dress list. the sags was no exception and everyone was talking about Kristen Wig and her hideous ensemble especially the choker. Another eye soar was the artist star Bérénice Bejo  she looked like a hippie threw up on her ralph lauren gown what was with that HAIR!! Lea michelle once again is on the top of worst dress list. And of course the fat people looked terrible except the helps olivia. but surprisingly my worst dress list is shorter than my best which is great!!!
Best actress and one of the best dressed
the vibe at the sags was cooler, looser, and more funand better for it.
That's not to say the glam factor went missing. Natalie Portman andZoe Saldana both nabbed looks fresh from the Paris haute couture shows that wrapped last Wednesday; the former chose a strapless Giambattista Valli in a deep shade of bordeaux, and the latter wore Look 17 from Givenchy. Minus the nose ring, that is—things weren't quite that loose.
Still, there was plenty to like: Emma Stone's black Alexander McQueen,Michelle Williams' lacy red Valentino, Jessica Chastain's royal-blue gown from Calvin Klein Collection. We'll be looking forward to seeing what those three choose for the Oscars. 
White and gold also proved lucky for a Marchesa-clad Viola Davis. After winning Best Actress for her role in The Help, she was back on stage again for the Best Ensemble prize.
Karl Lagerfeld understands decor as well as he knows fashion. The premises for his new signature collections Lagerfeld and Karl are an opulently minimal series of salons in an hôtel particulier on the Left Bank, so it made sense that the food for the dinner party he hosted on Wednesday night to launch the lines should also focus on the bare opulent essentials: caviar, foie gras, and lobster, with a logo-fied iPad as a takeaway. One of the T-shirts in his Karl range features a fanciful self-portrait with the handwritten message "I Love Gossip." Plenty of that in a room full of fashion people, though I spent much of the night talking about obscure Eastern European films with the encyclopedically informed Anja Rubik. How often do you get the chance to have a real talk with anyone about Dusan Makavejev's scatological Sweet Movie? Especially while chunks of foie gras are drifting back and forth under your nose.
"It's a new mix," murmured Lagerfeld to the camera at the end of his film. Right on cue, Azealia Banks appeared to perform. The neighborhood is "nice," so she didn't get to play more than two songs, but a ruckus was duly raised, and the hair of the haute bourgeoisie peering down into the yard from their windows was surely curled (presuming they could understand her four-letter wordplay). From caviar to c-you-know-what…It may have been a new mix, but it was the same old polymath Karl.

Blake lively glams up for the Jason Wu for Target launch held at the Skylight Soho on Thursday (January 26) in New York City.
The 24-year-old actress (wearing the designer’s ivory/black beaded peplum dress) was joined on the red carpet by her Hick co-star Chloe Moretz, 14.
At the event, the duo met up with designer Jason Wu himself!
Jason‘s Target collection hits stores on February 5.

Look of the moment is Diane Kruger in a pretty sheer floral lace dress. love the shoulders, look is very chic. diane is always a crowd pleaser 

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MARY-KATE and Ashley Olsen have made a definite statement about the future of their fashion business, by enlisting Prada's US president and ceo to head up their label The Row.

"He quickly became the obvious choice for us and for the brand, having experience in multiple categories which we feel is essential for growth of The Row," Mary-Kate explained.

"His experience and sensibility will add great value to The Row in its next phase of development," Ashley Olsen told WWD.

The twins - who first dipped their toe in fashion waters in 2006 when The Row launched, before unveiling sister label Elizabeth & James and younger affordable label Olsenboye in subsequent years - are generally accepted in the industry as serious businesswomen following a childhood as television stars, and even found themselves in Forbes' Top 30 Under 30 list for 2011.

Valentino under designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Picciol has found its own voice throughout the years and spring 2012 haute couture is no exception with a collection of demure romanticism. This season showcased florals, lace, and crystal embellished bodices, all made with the utmost attention to detail. Like many shows this haute couture season, the color palette was light–showcasing silvers, powdery blue and rosy pink for a feminine touch.
But it was Marie Antoinette role-playing in her little farm on the grounds of Versailles who provided the collection's ambience. The first model seemed to arrive in the salons of the Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild on a breath of cool country air. Sprigged flower prints covered almost everything. An antique fabric alchemy transformed taffeta into equally antique-looking blurred floral chaîne. The sense of precious old artisanship was also evident in the swirling bouilloné decoration. The volumes were diaphanous, bucolic, like the cloud of point d'esprit scattered with organza lace cutouts. The designers sought a "deep lightness." It was beautifully exemplified in dresses with up to five layers of lace and organza.

Amy Winehouse might be a hard act to follow musically, but her personal style was so cartoon-graphic that it loans itself easily to carbon copies. Jean Paul Gaultier proved as much today with his latest show. The beehive, the eye makeup, the beauty spot, the clothes with their tarty fifties flavor, like the gang leader's girlfriend in a teens-running-wild exploitation pic—all these were present and incorrect on Gaultier's couture catwalk. Wait, couture? The last refuge of everything that is rare, precious, and beautiful in the world of fashion? And Amy Winehouse,resolute wearer of baby-boy-size Fred Perry polo shirts?