Red Carpet Season: the Hollywood is so spring-inspired and Grammy is so outrageous

While everybody is buzzing about the New York Fashion Week, it isn’t the only focus for fashion junkies during the Red Carpet season.

By so far, the best dresses lists of the Golden Globe Awards, the SAG Awards and the latest Grammy Awards have spread all over the fashion coverages or gossip tabloids. To see if  the dress works on the celebrity is an approach. But besides of that, we would also want to see who manage to incorporate the trends into their dress, and even lead the trends!


Best Recap of 2016

  • Off-Shoulder

    We  have see many styles of off-shoulder clothes through the year of 2016. Some simply reveal the arm, some come with braces, some have the entire shoulder exposed… Regardless of the variation, choker is always the best topping.


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Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton.

Golden Globes 2017

The choker complete her light blonde hair and the elegant dress. It brings a fresh, fashionable look. It is a successful combination of the biggest trends in 2016: lace, off-the-shoulder and the choker.

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Nicole Kidman in Alexander McQueen dress.

Golden Globes 2017

A very feminine and dream-like look. From its intricate silver embellishment to elegant drop shoulder, this McQueen gown is an ethereal dream on the statuesque actress.

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Drew Barrymore in Whimsical Metallic

Golden Globes 2017


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Sofia Vergara in Zuhair Murad

Golden Globes 2017
  • Lace


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Kristen Wiig in Venice

Golden Globes 2017

(elegant sleeve, high neck venice lace dress)

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Carrie Underwood in Elie Madi

Grammy 2017

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Chrissy Teigen in Bondage-inspired dress.

Grammy 2017
  • Embroidery


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Emma Stone in Alexander McQueen.

SAG Awards 2017

The floral dress is the best mix of lace and embroidery. The flattering yet elegant dress echoing with her vintage style haircut.


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Santigold in Gucci.

Grammy 2017


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Laura Carmichael in Christopher Kane.

SAG Awards 2017


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Gina Rodriguez in PatBo.

SAG Awards 2017

The humming bird sequined details on the body-hugging delicate number shimmered on the red carpet and later as Gina presented an award with John Legend.

Leading toward 2017

  • Green: Color of the Year


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Adele in custom Givenchy.

Grammy 2017

(Adele was another best-dressed winner — the singer wore a custom Givenchy gown with matching satin, Swarovski-embellished heels.)

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Celine Dion in Zuhair Murad and Gucci Sandals.

Grammy 2017

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Solange Knowles in pleated metallic Gucci dress.

Grammy 2017

Very futuristic! Very fashion-forward! Her haircut is perfectly echoing with the decorations on the right arm.

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Nicole Kidman in emerald green Gucci sequin gown.

SAG Awards 2017

Perhaps not everyone like this dress, but it certainly revealing the trend of 2017: the color green and a  the metal texture.

  • Metal and Futuristic


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Ruth Negga in custom Louis Vuitton.

Golden Globes 2017

You know you’ve made it in the fashion realm when Nicholas Ghesquiere makes you a custom gown for an awards ceremony. Negga has proven herself as an emerging icon in film and fashion—and this futuristic silver paillette gown illustrates that idea perfectly.


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Amy Adams in Tom Frod.

Golden Globes 2017

The flat cut on the front is special. Ford’s leading lady is dressing a gown of his creation. FYI. all the clothes in Ford’s film is designed by him. Adams has never looked more regal, and dare we say, fierce, as she does in these black sequins.

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Nathalie Emmanuel in J.Mendel.

SAG Awards 2017

The metal like dress is working with her lively and dynamic haircut.

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Michelle Williams (left)in Louis Vuitton with Busy Philipps

SAG Awards 2017

Metal stripes is creative. The Stripe on her dress is echoing with the sandal and skinny scarf.

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Naomi Campbell in Atelier Versace.

Golden Globes 2017
  • Organza

    Organza might be made fashionable again matching with metal

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Emma Stone in Valentino haute couture.

Golden Globes 2017

(When asked about her dress on the red carpet, Stone winking-ly replied, “it has stars on it,” and while that might be true, this whimsical gown has so much more. From a plunging neckline to avant garde star appliqués, it’s just the dress little girls dream of wearing when they grow up.)

Natalie Portman also dress(inspired by her movie)


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Lily Collins in Zuhair Murad Fall 2016 Couture gown.

Golden Globes 2017

It is a safe card, but it work well on her. With the haircut and princess-like dress,

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Taraji P. Henson in Reem Acra.

SAG Awards 2017


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Kaley Cuoco in Marchesa.

SAG Awards 2017

(The actress, who notoriously only tries on one dress, wore a light pink, fairytale-esque gown with frills and bows fit for a princess! The wispy gown, that featured a silk bow at the neck, included streaks of teal tulle at the bottom, mixed with the blush fabric. Kaley swept her hair off her face in a delicate bun. She accessorized simply with Le Vian jewels. She looked absolutely gorgeous!)

an ethereal Marchesa number decked out with layers of rainbow tulle and satin ribbon details.


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Hailee Steinfeld in Vera Wang.

Golden Globes 2017

Sum: The combination of metal and organza to create a fashionable look.

The Statement

  • For Feminist

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Le Smoking style comes back again!  Neutral yet sexy look.

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Evan Rachel Wood in Altuzarra Tuxedo.

SAG Awards 2017

wearing a blue velvet double breasted suit jacket and matching pants with her hair swept back and a deep crimson shade of lipstick. She told E! News‘ Guiliana Rancic, “I’ve always wanted to do it, I promised myself this year that I would wear a suit to every awards show.” She explained her reasoning behind the choice saying, “I dunno, a lot of it is personal. I think I myself felt pressure a lot of times that I had to look or dress a certain way, and especially growing up with the industry. So I thought, you know, I’m just gonna go the other way and reach out to a little girl who is like me, possibly. So that’s what I’m going for this year,” she concluded, “It’s all about choice. Choice. Options.”

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Evan Rachel Wood in Altuzarra Tuxedo.

Golden Globes 2017

While Evan Rachel Wood has been an outspoken feminist many times this year, she put her red carpet look where her mouth is in a perfectly tailored Altuzarra tux to let young girls know that dresses, “aren’t a requirement,” in an homage to Marlene Deitrich and David Bowie.

Velvet blazer and trousers, clean-cut

  • For Immigrant


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Simon Helberg Jocelyn Towne

SAG Awards 2017

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