I loved Anne Hathaway’s look at the 2009 SAG Awards. It was simple and classic. Her makeup also played into the simple and classic look when Kate Lee, celebrity makeup artist, created a dramatic smokey eye by applying dark eyeliner to the upper lash line. Here are the other products that were used:
Amy Adams - I love the deep plum color of the Giambattista Valli gown. I liked the corseted bodice and the gathered detailing on the front. I just love the dress! I liked that Amy left her neck bare and just went with H. Stern earrings instead.
Anne Hathaway - Anne is one of my favorite celebrity to watch on the red carpet, she always wears something different at every award show. This time around, she went for a feminine, goddess look with a figure-hugging white Azzaro gown. She looks stunning. Love the hair. The whole look is soft, feminine, simple, and chic.
Evan Rachel Wood - The teal Monique Lhuillier off-the-shoulder gown was quite breathtaking. She looked stunning. Love the look – well, except for the hair color. The dress, though, is stunning. It’s simple and timeless. The whole look is very feminine and romantic. The purple Sergio Rossi shoes and clutch added a pop of color.
Taraji Henson - There were lots of white gowns on the red carpet on Sunday night, and this stunning Herve Leroux gown ties with the Azzaro gown that Anne Hathaway wore for my favorite of white gown of the night. The figure-enhancing halter gown was made of silk jersey. The dress fitted her amazingly. She looked spectacular.
Emily Blunt - Well, supposedly the Pamella Roland dress looks better in person than in photograph. It’s a good thing, because the dress is not flattering at all in picture. It looks cheap. The liquid metallic color, though, is totally on trend.
Marisa Tomei - Well, this is a step up from her pirate look at the Golden Globes, but it’s still not working. The canary yellow Elie Saab gown totally washes her out. The color and skintone just doesn’t go together. The floral detailing that cascaded down her back from her shoulder was also a little bit too much.
America Ferrera - America should fire her stylist. And if she doesn’t have one, maybe it’s time for her to hire one. The color of the silk chiffon with tulle sash Vera Wang did nothing for her skin tone. It completely washed her out. The draping at the hips were unflattering. Makeup was too hard and hair was not good.
Marcia Cross - The good thing about the Carolina Herrera dress? It fitted Marcia perfectly. The bad thing? Um, about everything else. There’s too much going on. There’s too much fabric. And it’s way too dark for her. It’s totally overpowering her. The dress is wearing her and not the other way around as it should be.
Nicolette Sheridan - The Roberto Cavalli dress just wasn’t right for the Desperate Housewife actress. It’s too young for her. It wasn’t fresh. And most of all, it was too much dress for her, it overpowered her.
Rosario Dawson - The pewter Dolce & Gabbana mermaid gown is completely unflattering. The cut is weird – it totally cuts her body in half. Her foundation was also off, it was too light for her.
Oliva Wilde - The House actress totally killed it at the Golden Globes, so it was disappointing to see her in the white, halter Ralph Lauren gown. I don’t mind that it too plain or simple, but it didn’t fit. The shade of white also wasn’t flattering.
Freida Pinto - The Slumdog Millionaire star stepped it up from her Golden Globes gown, but there’s still problems with the dress. However, if she keeps improving like this, she’ll likely wow us at the Oscars. This blue Marchesa gown, however, is unflattering for the Indian actress. The dress adds unneeded bulk to the frail actress – she looks frumpy.
Eva Longoria Parker - The color of the coral Jenny Packham dress wasn’t working for Eva on Sunday. The dress also had too much fabric. But the most offending aspect of her look was her hair. Her hair added years to her – it was just too old.
Christina Applegate – I go back and forth with this look. Now I love the color. It’s vibrant and it totally pops. But I’m not sure about the asymmetrical cut of the Emanuel Ungaro dress. One thing for sure, though, it’s a step up from her Golden Globe look. She should have done without the necklace though, it’s distracting.
Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie - Brad looked dapper and dashing in the Tom Ford suit. I like the no tie look, it was very casual and effortless. The look was very smart. Angelina, on the other hand, proves that she looks good in anything, even a potato sack – not saying that the Max Azria dress is a potato sack or anything, but it’s not the most figure flattering dress out there. She’s loving the draped, dropped waist look at the moment, since she wore the same silhouette at the Globes. Hopefully, she’ll go for something different at the Oscars. Nevertheless, she still looks fab. On an interesting note, she’s wearing the dress backwards, since on the runway it was presented as a plunging neck dress – but I do that sometimes too.
Kate Winslet - A lot of people are raving about Kate’s electric blue Narciso Rodriguez dress, but it’s not my favorite. For me, there’s something a little off with the whole look. She looks good, but she has looked better. I do like the color though.
January Jones - The Mad Men actress wore an ornate halter Andrew GN gown. The gown was architectural and fashion forward yet very simple.
Claire Danes - Red was a major trend of the night, but my favorite red gown was that of Claire Danes’s. The asymmetrical Nina Ricci gown was darling. And her hair was effortless.