What a scary time.
[Image via New York Times.]
This year's Met Ball honors the legendary Charles James, who is often referred to as America's first couturier.
We can't wait to see modern takes on this sartorial wizard's magnificent ball gowns, but first let's get to know him a little bit better!
Dive on into the facts pool …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Paper magazine's editorial director Mickey Boardman has worked with some of the most famous celebs, and now he's dishing out some inneresting goss, and he ain't holding back!
He had the pleasure of working with Mariah Carey for the December 2009 cover and called it "super-easy and fabulous."
And, even though you'd expect diva behavior from Miz MiMi, Mickey says that she was far from it, adding:
The designer showed his modern architecture-inspired line on Wednesday, which included lots of geometric lines, bold pops of color, pleated skirts, cutout gowns, lucite heels and sunglasses that would make the most stylin' granny jealous.
Check out the highlights from the designer's show (above) and pics (below)!
We adore those brilliantly fashion-forward Brits - and so do the celebs!
The stars looked appropriately stylish - we especially love
Unfortunately, her after party look wasn't much better.
Marisa attended the Vanity Fair Oscar Party last night at the Sunset Tower Hotel in El Lay.
And this time she wore a one-shoulder, neon pink evening gown.
We're just not loving this look.
[Image via WENN.]
At least she got a lovely shoutout from Lady GaGa earlier on in the week!
Unfortunately, Marisa Tomei was one of our worst dressed at the Oscars.
Her Charles James Vintage dress really did NOTHING for her.
We weren't expecting much from her, so we weren't quite disappointed!
This past weekend, Marisa Tomei attended the 2010 CNN Heroes: An All-Star Tribute held in Los Angeles.
While the color of the one-shoulder dress is rather loud, we're liking the way it fits on Tomei.
What do U think of Marisa's look?
[Image via Adriana Barraza/WENN.]