Dress or Disco Ball? Hollywood's Glam New Trend
It’s as if Carey dropped from the ceiling and hit the red carpet! Her gold-and-silver paillette Prada number stole the spotlight at the Met Gala.
One part goddess (thanks to the draping) and one part diva (due to the abundance of rose gold sequins) equals an absolute showstopper of a gown. The fashion-forward actress wore this glittery Vivienne Westwood Gold Label creation at the Cannes premiere of Love.
What’s more fun than a sparkly, leg-baring mini? Nothing, if is wearing it. Rocking a copper sequin Randi Rahm shirtdress and matching Louboutins on American Idol, the diva looked like she was ready to get the party started.
A gown doesn’t have to be silver or gold to gleam. Just check out the flashy black zebra-print number the stylist turned designer rocked at the CFDA awards.
“I look like a disco ball!” the said on the CMT Music Awards red carpet – and she was right! Her blinged-out silver Randi Rahm mini shone brighter than any of the other sparkly frocks at the event.
Winning the award for wearing the most gold sequins on one dress, the pop singer shimmered from head to toe in a long-sleeve Dolce & Gabbana number at the trè chic Holy Motors premiere at the Cannes Film Festival.
LANA DEL REY
Glitter and sequins aren’t the only way to shine. The British songstress wore an edgy silver lamé Julien MacDonald creation at this year’s Grammys – on the red carpet, she even joked that the gown reminded her of a disco ball!
It was as if the gorgeous future was dipped in gold at The Paperboy Cannes premiere. Since her plunging metallic dress made such an impact, she went minimal with her jewels and natural with her makeup.
The Mad Men star stunned at the Met Gala in a gilded cap-sleeve L’Wren Scott frock. Apparently, a hint of shimmer and shine does the body good.
JADA PINKETT SMITH
Stopping by a charity event in the south of France, wife chose a metallic beaded Emilio Pucci gown that didn’t just sparkle like a disco ball – it shared the same pattern!