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If you thought Comic-Con was just a place for Doctor Who fanatics and Batman enthusiasts to dress up in elaborate costumes, commiserate in geek speak and fabricated languages, and have their photos taken... you'd be partially right. But it's also a place for A-list celebs to dress up in designer clothes! Look at what they wore.
It's been a decade now since Lauren Weisberger first published The Devil Wears Prada--a juicy roman a clef about her time working for Anna Wintour that spawned a hit movie in 2006, starring Anne Hathaway as the abused assistant Andy Sachs and Meryl Streep as the Wintour-esque Miranda Priestly. Well, bad news for Andy: The devil is back.
Run-of-the-mill red carpets usually feature a lot of smoky eyes, nude lips, and artfully highlighted brow bones. But throw a punk theme in there, and suddenly you have January Jones looking like she escaped from a Gareth Pugh runway. Yes, there were plenty of safe, gorgeous makeup looks at the Met Gala last night, but a handful of celebs really had fun with their eye makeup, either breaking out the color or the arty graphic eyeliner.
Jessica Paster is an old school celebrity stylist. Old school meaning she was doing this when Rachel Zoe was still an editor at YM. How about them apples? With a client list that currently includes Emily Blunt and Miranda Kerr, the stylist and JustFab chief stylist certainly made a mark on Sunday night’s Golden Globes red carpet. And she’s already working on the Oscars. We chatted with Paster yesterday about who looked good—and who didn’t—at the Globes, and why you don’t see cool young designers represented on the red carpet.
We've already thoroughly analyzed the Golden Globes red carpet, from the fashion trends to the best and worst dressed. But let's not forget about what was happening above the neck. The beauty last night, much like the fashion, was pretty but a bit unispired. However, the good news is that most of it was incredibly wearable for real life people.