The year 2019’s red carpet fashion showcased some extravagant designs of exotic creativity and bold gender fluidity. Starting from Lady Gaga’s surreal ice blue gown designed by Valentino’s creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli at the Golden Globes to Billy Porter’s iconic Tuxedo gown designed by Christian Siriano is monumental and there is no doubt that people will be talking about it for a decade.
Zendaya sizzled at the Emmy Awards in emerald green one-shoulder asymmetric silk charmeuse with matching stilettos. The corset detailed gown with drapes Exuded poise and elegance on the red carpet and was designed by Vera Wang. Cardi B adorned a vintage dress with a pearl theme that made the eyes turn. The sheer bodysuit and double shaded sheath flared from the waist were making her look like she was emerging from a seashell. The dress was from the archives of Mugler’s 1995-1996 couture.
Speaking of seashells Zuhair Murad’s radiant, shimmery gown with a high low dress that Jennifer Lopez graced at the Vanity Fair Oscar After-Party was perfect for the glitzy evening. One of the best-dressed celebrities of the 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival is Elle Fanning. Her dress choices were somewhat vintage but undoubtedly adorable. The dusty pink fairy-tale inspired gown she wore at the premiere of The Neon Demon which wowed the audience was from Zuhari Murad’s S/S 2016 couture collection.
Selena Gomez made her debut at Cannes last year. She wore a number from Louis Vuitton at the premiere of the “Dead Don’t Die. It was a white-colored glamorous two-piece high leg slit dress with minimal adornments but attractive at every level. Venice Film Festival of 2019 was equally awe-inspiring. Timothée Chalamet wore an unconventional silver satin suit designed by Haider Ackermann for the premiere of his new film “The King”. The single-breasted satin suit became iconic and definitely was every bit high-fashion.