Wearing this purple Bob Mackie gown at the American Fashion Awards in New York City in June, DIANA ROSS reminded us of a certain TV dinosaur and offered a cautionary tale to young divas everywhere.
The beat goes on and on and on and on….But for how much longer will CHER (Goth as ever at the LA premiere of Blow in March) be able to turn back time?
“Is she now a Hooters hostess?” asks People’s Steven Cojocaru about a revealing RAQUEL WELCH at the June premiere of Legally Blonde in LA. “AH that’s missing is a menu.”
Kooky fashion was a happy hallmark for DIANE KEATON in the past, but the outfit she wore to the L.A. premiere of The Score in July “wouldn’t cut it in a dinner-theater production of Grease,” says Cojocaru.
“This dress must come from the Mary-Kate and Ashley collection,” says Cojocaru of the girly getup GOLDIE HAWN wore in February to the British Academy Film Awards in London. “An 8-year-old would wear it to a birthday party.”
Silvio Dante, the dapper club manager STEVEN VAN ZANDT plays on The Sopranos, wouldn’t be caught dead in the tired big-shirt-and-tight-pants outfit the actor-rocker wore in July to the N.Y.C. premiere of Made. Capisce?
It’s oddly appropriate, says our panel, that IVANA TRUMP, who will forever be associated with ’80s excess, wore this fussy cocktail suit to the November opening of Madame Tussaud’s wax museum in Manhattan.
Back in the ’70s, STEVIE NICKS became the voice—and vision—of anera; but our panel thinks that it’s time for her to start thinking about tomorrow and kiss her gypsy garb (at the Blockbuster Awards in April) goodbye.
God save the Queen! At 75, [ELIZABETH II] appears in no hurry to give up the monarchy, her purse, her matching pastels or the whimsical floral arrangements she plants on her head when not wearing a crown.
“She looks like a character on The WB,” says Cojocaru of the teenage separates DYAN CANNON wore in July to an NBC party in Pasadena; “It’s time to change her stripes.”