becca and I were both gaga for Nicole Kidman's dress. Her feathered L'Wren Scott brought the level of drama and glamour I expect from the Academy Awards. Kidman also has a reputation for being blanched in white, but her makeup was much better this time. Love the loose, romantic hair. I just wish I had a picture where she was smiling. Smile wrinkles are charming and worth having, Nicole.While I can't stop wondering why so many Disney stars were invited to the Academy Awards, Miley Cyrus managed to wear my one of my favorite dresses of the night. Her Zuhair Murad was fun and didn't follow the Greecian/old Hollywood formula for a winning dress. Best of all, it make her look six feet tall. Other blogs and fashion critics are taking swings at her, saying it's too much. I say the Oscars are where you wear "too much." What do you think?
I was also quite happy to see Heidi Klum in this asymmetrical dress. Recognize it? It's the dress I suggested Anne Hathaway wear to the Golden Globes. It seems, though, that when you are Heidi Klum, Roland Mouret will make you the dress in a color other than black. Forget huge bracelets and earrings. I still think it only needs diamond brooches on the hip above the slit.
Marissa Tomei and Penelope Cruz were becca's best dressed last night. She loved the beautiful pleating all over Tomei's Versace. That Cruz picked a vintage dress was a big factor for becca, who loved the delicate feel of the dress.
What was your favorite red carpet look of the night?