Thursday, February 11, 2010

Two Ladies.

It's been a sad day for the fashion world with the death of the great Alexander McQueen.
But what better way to celebrate his legacy than by taking a look at the people who remind us that fashion is an art?
With the opening of the Berlinale and the upcoming Fashion Week, movie stars will fill red carpets in both continents.
In Berlin the incomparable Tilda Swinton wears a Haider Ackermann creation (straight out of the runway!) to the opening night.

While jury member Renée Zellweger, in what I'm assuming is Carolina Herrera, wears practically the same color as Swinton but adds an open back and a gorgeous classic bow.
On another note it'll be interesting to see what wins the top prize in Berlin this year, considering how last year's winner is now competing for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar.


Andrew: Encore Entertainment said...

Do my eyes deceive me or is that a smile on Ms. Zellweger's face? What a rarity, I know she's hated...but I really want her to get back to proper acting (even if it is Ruby Thewes).

Castor said...

I'm not sure why, I've never been into fancy gown. I always think the actresses would wear the most classic and simple attire look the best.

Jose said...

She was all smiles and un-squinty eyes in the Berlin pictures! I love her, I dunno when it became so popular to hate her.
Plus I have hopes on the Olivier Dahan movie even if it's just award bait.

Luke said...

Yes! I do want to welcome her back into the fold. Could we maybe make liking Zellweger cool again? Because I still greatly admire her work in Chicago and Jerry Maguire, particularly...