2024 Cannes Film Festival Red Carpet Favorites

The 2024 Cannes Film Festival was a dazzling celebration of cinema and fashion, attracting the world’s top stars to the French Riviera for a week of unparalleled glamour. This year’s red carpet was ablaze with haute couture and avant-garde designs, as A-list celebrities showcase stunning ensembles from the most esteemed fashion houses.

Here are Fashion Reverie‘s favorites: 

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Elle Fanning made a bold statement in a sheer dress straight off the runway. Her stunning 1970s-inspired Gucci gown, complete with a daring plunging neckline and a dramatic backless design, first caught everyone’s attention at the brand’s Cruise 2025 collection debut on May 13.

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Coco Rocha stunned everyone on the La Plus Precieuse Des Marchandises red carpet in a breathtaking Cheney Chan dress. Inspired by the delicate petal of a calla lily, the dress featured a green bedazzled border for an added touch of floral realism.

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Leonie Hanne exuded elegance in a chic, white high-neck gown paired with a voluminous arm shrug and a lengthy train made from the same fabric. To elevate the glamour, she accessorized with a white gold necklace, earrings, and a cocktail ring from De Beers’ Enchanted Lotus collection, along with an Adonis Rose cocktail ring from the same brand.

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Diane Kruger dazzled in a vibrant purple Atelier Versace gown, adorned with delicate diamonds. That slit though, makes the whole look stand out! 

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Cate Blanchett graced the red-carpet event in a sleek, custom Jean Paul Gaultier gown. She complemented the strapless design with a bespoke Louis Vuitton High Jewelry shoulder necklace, crafted from repurposed metal, pearls, and precious stones.

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Demi Moore turned heads in a satin strapless gown featuring a striking shoulder detail in a blush champagne hue. She wore a Schiaparelli Haute Couture satin dress with a surrealist bow. 

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Helena Christensen looked stunning in a white ethereal gown paired with a captivating cape by Vivienne Westwood. The charming elegance of her outfit was heightened by a sparkling diamond chain necklace and matching earrings from Pomellato.

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Romee Strijd embodied a modern fairy tale in a pastel pink feathered gown designed by Eman Al Ajlan. The strapless dress featured intricate beading, evoking a dreamy and whimsical effect. Her enchanting look was complemented by diamond earrings and loose, flowing waves.

 Tijana Ibrahimovic

Celebrity Trend Report: The Refreshed Tennis Dress for Spring 2024

This season, the tennis dress has transcended the courts and become a chic, everyday staple. With its sporty yet feminine appeal, this trend is being embraced by celebrities who effortlessly merge athleticism with fashion-forward sensibilities. Here are seven celebrities who are leading the way in this stylish trend:

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Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner has been spotted multiple times in sleek tennis dresses, pairing them with chunky sneakers and oversized sunglasses for an effortlessly cool look. Her favorite brands include Alo Yoga and Nike, showcasing how she combines high fashion with athletic wear.

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Hailey Bieber

Hailey Bieber’s streetstyle often features tennis dresses, especially those from sporty chic brands like Lacoste and Puma. She frequently accessories with baseball caps and mini backpacks, perfecting a laid-back, sporty aesthetic.

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Serena Williams

Tennis star Serena Williams brings authenticity to the trend, often seen in her own line of tennis dresses from her brand, S by Serena. Her designs blend functionality with style, featuring bold colors and flattering cuts.

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Gigi Hadid  

Gigi Hadid has embraced the tennis dress trend, opting for designs from luxury sportswear brands. She styles them with high-top sneakers and statement jewelry, adding a touch of glam to the athletic look.

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Bella Hadid

Bella Hadid’s approach to the tennis dress trend is all about edgy styling. She chooses dresses with unique details and pairs them with chunky boots and layered necklaces, making the trend her own.

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Emma Chamberlain

Social media star Emma Chamberlain often wears tennis dresses from brands like Urban Outfitters and Reformation. Her youthful and playful approach to styling these dresses includes adding platform sneakers and fun accessories.

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Venus Williams

Like her sister, Venus Williams sports tennis dresses from her own line, EleVen by Venus. Her designs are known for their vibrant patterns and innovative fabrics, bridging the gap between performance and fashion.

From the courts to the streets, the tennis dress trend is proving to be a versatile and stylish choice for celebrities. Whether dressed up or down, this sporty staple is a must-have for the season.

Tijana Ibrahimovic

 

Celebrity Fashion Sightings: Week of May 14, 2024

This week’s celebrity fashion sightings are all about the Supermodels. Well, almost.

While Fashion Reverie loves covering the red-carpet attire of our favorite celebs—actors, pop music stars, and ball players—we don’t ever want to leave the top models behind. After all, this is a fashion magazine.

Christy Brinkley

Your 60s look good on you, girl. Whatever you are doing, keep doing it. Our “Uptown Girl” looks absolutely fabulous in a red Norma Kamali dress with long sleeves at the 2024 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue launch party in New York.

Chanel Iman

If you were a fan of fashion in the early 2000s, you could not help but notice Chanel Iman, who was on top runways modeling for the big fashion brands. Since that time, Chanel has married, and has had a child. She still looks great at the 2024 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue launch party in New York wearing a Bronx and Banco mini dress with an embellished cape.

Kate Upton

Is Kate Upton still a size 10? Of course she is not. I would say this curvy Supermodel is not a size 4, which is not the size she based her modeling career on. Anyway, she looks good in Dolce & Gabbana bodysuit with a sheer lace skirt at the 2024 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue launch party.

Nicole Ari Parker

Though she is not a model, Nicole Ari Parker knows how to stun on the red carpet. This actress looks great in a Dolce & Gabbana pin-striped suit while attending the Drama League Awards in New York City. Hey Nicole, blonde looks good on you!!

Dua Lipa

Dua Lipa certainly did herself proud at the Country Music Awards om Texas in a vintage Versace dress. This is a huge improvement compared to the ‘Vampira’ Marc Jacobs gown shew wore to the recent Met Gala.

Chrissy Teigen

This former Sports Illustrated Swimwear model still has all the curves in the right places in a bejeweled Georges Hobeika two-piece to the 2024 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue launch party in New York.

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Anna Taylor-Joy

Anna Tayhlor-Joy looks a modern-day Playboy bunny at the London premiere of Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga wearing a Giambattista Valli Couture bodysuit with a 3D floral trim, and jewelry by Tiffany & Co.

—Staff

2024 Met Gala Dippity Don’ts

Over the past few days there has been a lot of buzz around the great looks at the 2024 Met Gala. And while there were some outstanding red-carpet looks—Sarah Jessica Parker, Zendaya, Usher, Gigi Hadid, and others—there were just as many, if not more, red-carpets that made you wince and think, “this is not working.”

On the heels of red-carpet looks from the 2024 Met Gala that excited pulses and conjured images of whimsy and fantasy, Fashion Reverie has assembled some looks that caused consternation and confusion. Though were some real dippity don’ts and failures in this roundup, these hits and misses did not diminish those celebs who brought it.

Cardi B

Cardi B makes everyone stand up and notice on red carpets. Whether you like what she’s wearing and not, Cardi B causes pulses to quicken.

At the 2024 Met Gala, Cardi B wore a black Windowsen gown with a tall black turban.  This gown had to manipulated by ten men to get Cardi B from here to there on the red carpet. This ensemble didn’t reflect the Met Gala theme of “Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion,” neither was it flattering for Cardi B. In retrospect, it was an attention-getting attempt by Cardi B with no real value. The look just looked out of place.

 

Michelle Yeoh

Though a few celebrities sported this head-to-toe metallic look, on Yeoh this Balenciaga silver gown looked like a crinkly silver runner’s Mylar blanket. Better luck next time!!

Lizzo

We all know that Lizzo is not afraid to push the envelope. That said, in this red-carpet concoction, Lizzo’s avant-garde still did not fit the bill. This very unflattering Weinsanto floral gown with upside down corset headdress was a huge miss. Well, it was floral!!

Zoe Saldana

Zoe did not get the Met Gala theme memo!! This brown Chloe dress with brown boots was confusing. This is not a Texas rodeo!!

Dua Lipa

What can be said of this look. Talk about a dippity don’t. this is!! In this Marc Jacobs ensemble, Dua is conjuring Cher at the Oscars in the 1980s in a Bob Mackie ensemble. Wrong, wrong, wrong!!

Gwendoline Christie

Is Gwendoline conjuring up a bad version of Tilda Swinton? Well, if she is, it’s not working!! In this off Met Gala theme Martin Margiela ensemble, Gwendoline Christie demonstrates that great style is not one of her strong points.

Doja Cat

Doja, Fashion Reverie loves the risk-taking Vetements garment to someone else, this is not a wet tee shirt contest. Leave the “I am not afraid to do want I want” at home and wear something that truly highlights your beautiful face and figure. Don’t waste the moment!!

Jeremy Pope

Fashion Reverie never leaves the men behind, even for a worst-dressed roundup. Jeremy Pope, we know you are trying hard in a Tanner Fletcher pin-striped suit ensemble with lingerie outerwear, but it aint working.

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Paloma Elsesser

In this garb Paloma, fire your stylist and run for the hills. We all love H&M, but not this time.

What is this, Brunnhilda from “Die Valkyrie” meets Woolworth’s? This is the dippity don’ts of all dippity don’ts. Chile, you won the contest!!

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Fashion Flashback: Memorable Red-Carpets Looks from the Met Gala

The Met Gala, known as the fashion industry’s biggest night, has seen countless iconic looks over the years. From jaw-dropping gowns to daring ensembles, celebrities have consistently pushed the boundaries of style at this prestigious event. Fashion Reverie takes a look back at some unforgettable Met Gala looks from the last decade.

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Rihanna 

In 2015 Rihanna made a dramatic entrance in a stunning yellow gown designed by Chinese couturier Guo Pei. The intricate embroidery and extravagant train made this look a standout moment on the red carpet and a perfect meme inspiration that social media went crazy over. 

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Lupita Nyong’o

Lupita wowed in a rainbow-colored Versace gown that perfectly captured the Gala’s 2019 theme of “Camp: Notes on Fashion.” This playful design showcased her impeccable sense of style. It was very different from the style we usually see her in. Remember, fashion is about having fun!! 

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Blake Lively 

Blake stole the show in 2018 in a regal red Versace gown featuring intricate beading and a dramatic train. The gown accentuated her curves and exuded old Hollywood glamour with each detail of the dress caught our attention. Pure perfection.

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Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga made a grand entrance in 2019 with not one but four outfit changes on the red carpet. From a Brandon Maxwell hot pink gown to a sparkling bodysuit, she embraced the theme of camp with fearless creativity. It was a true red-carpet performance. 

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Beyoncé 

In 2015 Beyoncé stunned in a sheer Givenchy gown adorned with intricate floral embroidery. The daring design showcased her confidence and cemented her status as a fashion icon. Especially, because this look showcased her sex appeal in a modest way. We need more of these looks. 

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Priyanka Chopra

In 2017 Priyanka turned heads in a dramatic Ralph Lauren trench coat gown with a long train. The edgy yet elegant look perfectly reflected her bold fashion choices. It was an out-of-the-box look and she looked incredible. 

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Billy Porter

Never leaving the men of out this Met Gala flashback, Billy Porter was your go-to, non-conforming celeb in a gold embellished jumpsuit and headdress by none other than The Blonds. Cleopatra, eat your heart out!!

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Katy Perry

Who else can pull off wearing a chandelier and look good? Well, Katy embraced the 2019 camp theme in a chandelier-inspired Moschino dress complete with working lights! The extravagant outfit showcased her playful and adventurous style and secured her spot as a fashion icon with one of the best-ever looks on the red carpet. 

These looks represented the creativity, daring, and glamour that define the Met Gala of past seasons, proving that fashion truly knows no bounds on this iconic red carpet. We cannot wait to see who defines the “Sleeping Beauty” theme of the 2024 Met Gala best this season. Fashion Reverie will keep you informed.!!

—Tijana Ibrahimovic

 

Celebrity Style: Coachella Fashion 2024

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Every fashionista’s attention has shifted to California for the past two weekends as the 2024 Coachella festival kicked off. Always known for its bohemian fashion and unique looks, Coachella 2024 didn’t disappoint. Although not the same as the original style, the messy buns and flower crowns seem to have drifted away with everyone’s adoration of the Boomerang filter on Instagram. This grungy, hippy-dippy look has been replaced with something more commercialized. A richer, more decadent style that captures the attention of social media.

Both on and off the stage fantastic fashion was found. From Sabrina Carpenter wearing the late Roberto Cavalli, Ice Spice in a full lace bodysuit, and Taylor Swift’s casual look in the crowd, many festival fashion inspirations can be harvested from this two-weekend concert.  If you’re struggling to pick a favorite look, Fashion Reverie’s top ones are below:

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Sabrina Carpenter 

It’s no secret that Sabrina Carpenter’s style is the perfect combination of edgy and cute. While she often goes for looks that get her compared to a doll, the artist of the new hit song ‘Espresso’ veered away from pink tones and heart details to embrace Roberto Cavalli’s signature animal print designs. The outfit was custom, with a glittery shirt, mini skirt, and leather snakeskin jacket fitting her like a glove.

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Gwen Stefani

This Coachella was one for the ages with pop star Gwen Stefani performing with No Doubt in the first weekend of Coachella. For her onstage performance Gwen killed in a custom mesh punk-inspired jumpsuit. That’s right, she still has it!!

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Ice Spice

If you’re lacking in confidence, don’t take inspiration from Ice Spice’s Coachella look because this rapper just proved she’ll wear anything—and look incredible. Pulling out a full festival look from brand I.Am.Gia, Spice wore a sheer black lace body suit Saturday of weekend one and then the pink version the following weekend. She paired off the sultry looks with furry boots of the matching hue. 

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Jon Batiste

For his concert, Jon Batiste proved once and for all that pink is a color for everyone. In a stunning pink velvet suit, the artist brought true star power to the stage. This outfit not only uplifted the set and created more energy on stage but also brought about a simplistic air that is seldom seen at Coachella.

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Paris Hilton

I’ve already complained about the lack of original Coachella looks recently. What happened to flower crowns and crochet tops and only caring about the music, not the brand events?!

It seems that for Coachella 2024, Paris Hilton thought the same thing. Embracing the original look of the festival with a few 2024 twists—think a cowboy hat and leather gloves– the American internet personality made us all nostalgic for a time when boho chic was the biggest thing to wear to festivals.

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Madi Webb

Social media personality Madi Webb made Coachella fashion political this season in two stunning outfits.  Starting strong on Saturday with a sarai-inspired outfit to celebrate her Indian heritage, Webb brought culture to the music festival. The next day, she served up some feminism. In a jumpsuit–topless and covered by disco sequins—her jumpsuit read, ‘f*ck the patriarchy.” Now that’s one way to have your outfits make a statement!                                                                                                                             

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Taylor Swift

After dressing up every night of her Eras tour, Taylor Swift relaxed as a listener in the crowd for Ice Spice’s concert. However, that didn’t stop her outfit from making its mark. In cut-off shorts, a simple tank, and a plain black jacket she let her Stella McCartney crossbody bag do the talking. After Swift was spotted with the bag, searches for it went up by 75%—talk about the Taylor Swift effect!

—Sydney Yeager

 

Five Celebrity Fashion Trends for Spring 2024

As we delve into the heart of 2024, the world of celebrity fashion continues to set the tone for what’s hot and what’s not. From red carpets to casual outings, here are five trends that are dominating the fashion scene this year, complete with specific outfits and photos to inspire your own wardrobe choices.

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Monochrome 

Monochrome looks are making a bold statement in 2024, and celebrities are fully embracing this trend. Consider the top-to-toe monochrome Demi Moore wore a stunningly chic combination of grey pants, shirt, and long coat looks. Her sleek skirt-suit paired with matching shoes exudes sophistication and modernity, proving that monochrome is anything but boring.

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Oversized Formal Jackets

Oversized blazers are back with a vengeance, adding a touch of casual chic to any outfit. Eva Longoria effortlessly rocks this trend in a stylish light pink suit with an oversized blazer. The combination of structured outerwear with more relaxed bottoms creates a perfect balance of comfort and elegance.

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Puffy Sleeves

Sleeves are taking center stage this year, with celebrities opting for dramatic and eye-catching designs. Lily Collins wowed onlookers in a stunning black velvet gown featuring voluminous puff sleeves in the shape of a rose bouquet. This trend showcases a playful yet elegant approach to fashion, adding flair to any look.

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Go Sustainable 

In line with the growing emphasis on sustainability, many celebrities are championing eco-friendly fashion choices. Margot Robbie‘s red-carpet appearance in a vintage Vivienne Westwood spring 1998 gown sent a powerful message about the importance of ethical fashion. Her timeless yet eco-conscious outfit proves that style and sustainability can go hand in hand.

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Gender Neutral

Gender-neutral fashion continues to gain traction in 2024, with celebrities challenging traditional norms and embracing inclusive styles. Harry Styles exemplifies this trend with his fearless approach to fashion, often seen in fluid silhouettes and unisex pieces. His confidence in mixing traditionally masculine and feminine elements inspires a new wave of fashion freedom.

2024 is a year marked by diverse and dynamic fashion trends. Whether you’re drawn to monochrome minimalism, oversized silhouettes, statement sleeves, sustainable choices, or gender-neutral styles, there’s something for everyone to explore and experiment with in the ever-evolving world of celebrity fashion.

Tijana Ibrahimovic

 

 

 

 

Best Looks from the 2024 NAACP Image Awards Red Carpet

The 2024 Academy Awards might be over, but Awards Season continues. And the 2024 NAACP Image Awards proves that, especially with the great red carpet that accompanied the award ceremony.

Hosted by Queen Latifah there was a lot of conversation about pay equity and inclusion. Still, for Fashion Reverie, the highlight of the 2024 NAACP Image Awards was what some of our favorite celebs wore for this ceremony.

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Queen Latifah

Queen Latifah was a very good host. And she really looked like the host of this event in Harbison Studio.

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Misty Copeland

Misty Copeland always looks great on the runway.  After all, she is a prima ballerina with all the tautness and tone that comes with a dancer’s body. Copeland brought a unique look to the 2024 Image Award’s red carpet in a Dolce & Gabbana outfit, featuring an unbuttoned, popped color top.

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Taraji P. Henson

Who would guess that Taraji P. Henson is 54 years old? She still shows out on the red carpet with sass and sexiness. Henson was that and everything in a Del Core pale yellow gown.

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Keke Palmer

Only a very secure and sophisticated woman can wear an outfit intended for a man and still evoke sensuality and strength at the same time. Keke Palmer does just that in Dolce & Gabbana tuxedo.

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Usher

Fashion Reverie never leaves the men out of our red-carpet roundups.  Usher brings sexy back in a way that only he can bring in a black LaQuan Smith silk suit with flare-legged pants.

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Kerry Washington

Very few celebs can pull off green on a red carpet. That said, Kerry Washington not only looks great in green; she stuns in a green Vivienne Westwood with green scarf train.

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Vivica Fox

Vivica Fox still has the curves. And she is not afraid to show those curves off in an Ese Azenabor floral jumpsuit.

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Fantasia Barrino

Last, but not least, Fantasia is sassy and sexy in Monot gown with a dramatic black bow. She also won a 2024 NAACP Image Award for her performance in “The Color Purple.”

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2024 People Choice Awards Red Carpet

You know we are deep into award season when broadcast networks telecast the People Choice Awards. The People Choice Awards usually indicate that the big award show of the season, the Academy Awards, are just a few weeks away.

Fashion Reverie attempts to keep our viewers front and center during awards season. These are some of our favorite picks from the 2024 People Choice Awards.

Halle Bailey

This ‘Little Mermaid’ looked stunning in a Roberto Cavalli fall 2003 multicolored gown. Not to be petty, but does this gown conjure up images of Jennifer Lopez in that iconic green Versace gown? Hmm, something to consider.

Heidi Klum

Sometimes, you are in, sometimes you are out, or so Heidi Klum claims. At this People’s Choice Awards, Heidi Klum was definitely in.

Heidi made a dramatic statement in Kamilla Purshie and Gianvito Rossi shoes. The train on the Purshie cocktail dress signified that the queen has arrived.

Rachel Zegler

“Westside Story’s” Rachel Zegler proved you don’t have to be statuesque to look good on the red carpet. Zegler gave an air of sophistication and classic elegance in black Dior gown with black mesh top and tiered black fringe skirt.

Carmen Electra

Fashion Reverie has not featured Carmen Electra in our red-carpet roundups in a while. That said, Carmen looks sexy in a German Azzurro with low decolletage with Studiocult jewelry.

Laverne Cox

Laverne Cox always makes a statement on red carpets. This appearance was no exception. Cox gave an exceptional performance on the 2024 People’s Choice red carpet in an archival Thierry Mugler bustier from 1987 paired with a Giuseppe Di Morabito skirt.

Natasha Bedingfield

This British singer/songwriter always brings her edgy style to the red carpet. At the 2024 People’s Choice Awards Bedingfield was her typical avant-garde self in a carnation jumpsuit with padded shoulders.

Lenny Kravitz

We never leave the men out at Fashion Reverie. And when it comes to men on the red carpet, Lenny Kravitz is a favorite we always love going back to.

Lenny was sexy and all that a in custom Laquan Smith double-breasted jacket with leather pants and tinted Ray Ban sunglasses. You go Lenny, you sexy devil!!

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Alexandra Shipp

Last, but not least “Barbie’s” Alexandra Shipp demonstrated that she is all grown up now in a white Monet gown.

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Fashion Reverie’s Top Red-Carpet Looks from the 2024 Golden Globes

The year 2024 promises to be a year of renewal, discovery, and growth. In the US, 2024 is a presidential election, a very important election year. Are we moving forward or going back to what doesn’t work. It’s our choice.

In the entertainment industry, there is a moving-forward momentum. With the writer’s and actor’s strikes over, industry professionals have demanded and received to some extent their true desserts. And the 2024 Golden Globes demonstrated a celebration of that ownership and freedom, evidenced in more bold color and some fanciful silhouettes.

Below you will find some of Fashion Reverie’s best looks from the 2024 Golden Globes.

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Natalie Portman

Portman set a new standard in a sequined floral masterpiece by Dior Haute Couture, Jimmy Choo shoes and De Beers diamond earrings and eternity band. And her performance in “May December” set hearts racing!!

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Margot Robbie

The “Barbie” movie was all about pink and the star and executive producer of the “Barbie” movie, Margot Robbie, came to the 2024 Golden Globes pretty in pink. Margot Robbie stunned on the red carpet in a Giorgio Armani Prive pink gown with pink boa to match.

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Natasha Lyonne

Natasha was nominated in the Best Supporting Actress category for her role in “Poker Face.” Always a trend setter, and known for her sometimes, avant-garde style, Natasha Lyonne stayed true to her brand aesthetic in a sculptural, tasseled Schiaparelli dress paired with a metallic manicure and gold earrings.

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Hannah Waddington

“Ted Lasso” star Hannah Waddingham wore a sheer lace Suzanne Neville gown. Now this look is the definition of va va voom!!

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Oprah Winfrey

We have all heard and witnessed Winfrey recent weight loss. Well, that weight loss was all on display at this year’s Golden Globes as Oprah showed off her slimmed-down curves in a purple custom Louis Vuitton gown.

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Lenny Kravitz

Fashion Reverie never leaves out the men. And there was a lot of great male fashion to go around. Starting with Lenny Kravitz, he proved that you can be fashion forward and fifty and fabulous in a black Alexander McQueen tuxedo with side cutouts. You rock, Lenny!!

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Colman Domingo

This has been a banner year for Colman Domingo. He has starring roles in “Rustin,” which he was nominated for and in “The Color Purple.” Domingo lit up the runway in a black mandarin collar custom Louis Vuitton jacket with pearl buttons, tuxedo flared pants, black loafers and two golden brooches.

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Jared Leto

Leto’s red-carpet choice aligned with some of his other red-carpet choices in the past. Leto donned a tuxedo ensemble from Givenchy’s spring 2024 collection, accessorized with black leather gloves. Very stylish, but a little eerie, all true to Leto’s style.

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Ayo Edebiri

Ayo not only won the Golden Globe for Best Female Actor Television – Musical, but also stunned on the red carpet.  Ayo demonstrated her poise and beauty in a red Prada with long train.

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Andra Day

Day demonstrated her classic beauty in a black Georges Chakra ruffled gown with train.

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Emma Stone

There were some fashion dippity don’ts at this year’s Golden Globes. And unfortunately, Emma Stone fit the bill. Stone donned Louis Vuitton Silver floral gown. This gown washed Stone out and her coif was flat and lifeless. Better luck, next time!!

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Sarah Snook

Congratulations Sarah, for winning your first Golden Globe. That said, next time around carefully choose your red-carpet look. The Prabal Gurung black lace gown with sheer lace midriff was a dippity don’t and slightly matronly. Next time select a gown that shows off those beautiful curves!!

—Staff

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