The 82nd Annual Oscar awards came and went, but the fashions will be around for a long time after. While, the Oscar is the most prized award a star or movie can get – for us at Faviana, the Oscars are all about the fashion! In our world, they’re the super-bowl of celebrity style. All of our favorite stars dress up in their most fabulous designer gowns. And, fashion-minded gals and guys like us, get to sit at home and judge who wore it best and who did not.
This year’s red carpet did not disappoint. The real question is which stars outfit are you going to wear to your next big event. Faviana rolled out some FABULOUS Oscar fashions and were featured on the Today showing off their take on Maggie Gyllenhaal’s hand painted gorgeous Dries Van Noten gown. Maggie is known to take chances on the red carpet, and did not disappoint. http://faviana.com/oscars_2010.php?styleid=557&val=41&offset=&resultpage=
The always fashion forward Queen Latifah did not let us down either. Her Bagdley Mischka gown was classy, beautiful and just perfect for Faviana’s collection. http://faviana.com/oscars_2010.php?styleid=558&val=41&offset=&resultpage=
Celebrity inspired fashions can be found on the Faviana site: http://www.faviana.com/dress_like_a_star.php
Check out The Today Show and dresses here:
Gold, metallics, ruffles, strapless and one shoulder were all over the red carpet this year. Miley Cyrus wore a gold corset Jenny Packham dress that would be perfect for any girl looking for a sophisticated, yet fun special occasion dress. Kristen Stewart known more for her converses than couture, looked stunning in her navy, form-fitting Monique Lhullier gown. Kristen stayed true to character by not pairing this dress with any jewelry and barely a drop of make up, but regardless, she was a knock-out in this dress. http://faviana.com/oscars_2010.php?styleid=559&val=41&offset=&resultpage= and http://faviana.com/oscars_2010.php?styleid=556&val=41&offset=&resultpage=
LXTV agreed and featured the Faviana Oscar inspired gowns on their local news in New York. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BeeehE9_3Y4
Reuters Television and CBS News takes it one step further and take you behind the scenes of Oscar fashion and into the offices of Faviana.