Red carpets don’t end with the Oscars. There are plenty of high profile movies coming out, year round, that include fashion-filled premieres. Lately, I’ve been obsessed with Cinderella’s Lily James’ red carpet looks from various cities. Each one more magical than the next. She was perfectly cast as the beloved underdog and she sure cleans up nice when it’s time for a ball.
Cate Blanchett appeared at the original Cinderella premiere wearing this knockout Givenchy gown. This woman is a knockout no matter what red carpet she appears on.
Similarly, Insurgent’s Shailene Woodley. For the premiere, only days ago, she opted for a sexy black dress with plunging neckline. The dress was wowza…the movie, not so much.
Rounding out my favourite looks of late is the ever-fabulous Gwen Stefani, wearing a gorgeous polka dot number. That blonde hair and red lip will never go out of fashion.
Spring is in the air. Yes, the snow is melting and the birds are chirping, which means it’s an exciting time for our wardrobe…among other things. We’ll be thrilled to hide our winter coats at the back of the closet to make room for spring’s biggest fashion trends. There’s no need to wait for spring’s official arrival to get your hands on them. The Peacock Parade has handpicked some of the top runway trends and made them available right now.
THE SHIRT DRESS
BLACK AND WHITE
THE POWER PUMP
From New York to London to Paris and finally, Milan, designers are debuting their fall/winter 2015 collections. There is just so much to look forward to. With so many looks to drool over, it’s hard to pick the best collections so far..but we’ll try.
Dolce & Gabbana paid homage to mothers everywhere. The brightly hued, floral-filled collection saw Italian and French phrases of “I love you, Mamma” and “For the most beautiful in the world” written in glitter across stunning dresses. They may not have paid taxes but Dolce & Gabbana sure adore their mothers.
Balenciaga went texture overload with furs and wools in classic patterns. Long skirts and Hitchcock vibes made this collection a real stand out with fashion lovers and critics.
Here are some of our favourite looks from this past week:
Award season is officially over and I know more than a few of you just released a large sigh of relief. That said, we had a good run this year. The Golden Globe Awards were certainly the best for entertainment value, but nothing can compare to Oscar night. It had everything you expected – glitz, glamour, drama, breathtaking performances and, you know, a few awards to give out.
Congrats to all the winners and huge shout out to Best Supporting Actress winner Patricia Arquette who put feminism ahead of her award. You rock, lady!!
But we can’t celebrate this year’s Oscar awards without mentioning the fashion. It’s important to note that you can #AskHerMore while she looks damn fine in her gown. Here are some of our favourites: