Necklines and Low Carbs Hijack Oscars Red Carpet

Report from Fashion Editor, The Today Show Australia – Henry Roth

If the Oscars is anything to go by and if its not too late I stand by my prediction that Kate Middleton will choose a neckline, she may even go to the neck like Grace Kelly. April may seem like a long way away but before we know it Kate Middleton will be wearing the ultimate red carpet frock to her wedding.In the meantime, here are the main trends from the Oscars 2011. Red carpet necklines were a must, gorgeous accessories and really feminine tulle gowns that I call fragile glamour. Take a look at the inspiration and acknowledge that this was also the year of some amazing low carb diets as gowns were cut very close to the figure.


You’d want to wear a stunning gown like this and capture Matthew McConaughey’s attention. Striking sexy neckline rules red hot red carpet for 2011.


Quite frankly I have never seen Sharon Stone look better. That off the shoulder neckline with a twist gets my fashion blood boiling… I love it!


Mila is wearing the fragile feminity that was so prevalent and a beautiful soft rounded neckline that is so flattering and inspiring for everyone’s closet.


I love how Amy Adams takes the confidence of her 40s inspired neckline and defiantly adds a fashion forward necklace on top of her fabric filled neckline. That takes chutzpah to a capital chic. We love the look.


Earrings and a bling bracelet that look more like sculptures add drama to this classic look with fiery sophistication.


This gorgeous Marchesa gown worn by rising supernova star of the future Hailee Steinfeld takes tulle and textured appliques to a whole nother level…. very Audrey Hepburn petite and fragile chic. I love it…


Halle Berry reclaims her goddess stature as queen of the red carpet fashionistas in this Marchesa gown


Scarlett Johansson picks cherries in this ethereal vulnerable chantilly and guipure lace gown that is spellbinding and sophisticated.



This was a hard Oscars to find anyone who was worst dressed, however I am not a fan of this split gown look. It should have been all black and continued the spirit or all gold sequins but the two just don’t look good together in my eyes.



Hilary Swank swoons in this Gucci Premiere gowns that picks the main trend of fragile feminity with confidence and sensational style. Henry Roth hearts this frock and this look.

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