Top Fashion Trends 2010
Top Fashion Trends 2010
's strapless tulle Oscar de la Renta gown glistened with metallic ribbon and gold paillette embroidery.
Presenter Kate Winslet shimmered in a satin bustier Yves Saint Laurent gown of ice gray metallic silk lurex and satin.
Best Actress nominee Sandra Bullock looked stunning in a silver beaded column gown with an embroidered illusion bodice from Marchesa's Fall 2010 collection.
Best Supporting Actress nominee Anna Kendrick looked pretty in pink in a hand-draped Elie Saab Couture gown, which featured a delicate applique at the bust and a slit lined with chantilly lace.
radiated pure elegance in a strapless silk organza Versace gown with a ruffled layered train.
The often-edgy presenter’s midnight blue Monique Lhuillier organza gown featured a sweet, ruched bodice.
The presenter wore a youthful Jenny Packham custom champagne silk and tulle gown with a strapless bustier bodice.
Fashion icon in the making Carey Mulligan selected a dramatic Prada gown with a jeweled sweetheart neckline.
Penelope Cruz’s dramatic Donna Karan gown made an equally bold statement from behind, with a bordeaux satin train.
Chanel-loyalist Diane Kruger's embroidered chiffon gown contrasted voluminous, gathered black and cream chiffon with a delicate, pleated sweeping train.
's ethereal Versace gown featured a train in flowing, layered chiffon.
’s white Chris March gown was a study in simplicity, featuring a strong shoulder highlighted by the gown’s plunging neckline and elegant long-sleeves.
In a vintage-inspired Reem Acra dress with kimono-style sleeves, Nicole Richie was the epitome of ‘70s-style glam.
Helen Mirren looked effortlessly glamorous in a beaded silver satin Badgley Mischka gown with sheer, jewel-encrusted sleeves.
’s iridescent pink silk Armani Prive gown featured a crescent-shaped bustier that cascaded into a dramatic side train.
Zoe Saldana’s Givenchy couture gown made a statement with a sculpted skirt featuring tiers of tulle in cloud-like shapes and brilliant shades of purple.
Vera Farmiga's fuchsia Marchesa gown was a stunning explosion of ruffled pleats.
Maggie Gyllenhaal's satin Dries van Noten gown was the perfect canvas for an artist-inspired smattering of bold blue, black and tiny touches of yellow.
With its swirling print of pink, blue and green organza, Rachel McAdam’s Elie Saab gown won us over in the romance department.
Oscar winner Mo'Nique wore an electric blue ruched gown embellished with tonal jewels on one shoulder from Tadashi Shoji.
chose an anything-but-neutral navy gown from Valentino Haute Couture with a sexy leg-baring slit.
Nominee Gabourey Sidibe chose a softly draped sapphire Marchesa gown with a flourish of hand-embroidered crystal flowers.
looked to Lorraine Schwartz for her 250-carats worth of diamond bracelets. The actress wore a trio of geometric statement bangles in brown, champagne and mint hues.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Presenter Sarah Jessica Parker adorned her wrist with an eclectic mix of Fred Leighton bangles including a '50s-era diamond swirl design, a flexible band of cognac diamonds, a string of rose-cut diamonds and a sapphire and diamond wave bracelet.