What They Wore: Valentino Garavani Virtual Museum Launch Party with Sarah Jessica Parker, Rachel Zoe, Olivia Palermo and More!
So Glamazons, when it comes to fashion, I admit: I pick favorites. You know, the people who when you wake up and choose an outfit: you say what would [enter name here] wear?
And as far as fashion favorites go, Sarah Jessica Parker, Rachel Zoe, Daphne Guinness and Olivia Palermo are at the top TOP of my list. Seriously, all the Valentino Garavani Virtual Museum launch party was missing is Victoria Beckham and Nicole Richie…and I would have exploded from the sheer fabulousness of it all.
With all these stylish Glamazons in one place, you know there were several to-die-for fashion moments that we just HAVE to dissect. Let’s get started, shall we?
Sarah Jessica Parker is like practically a fashion icon at this point but I was honestly under-wowed by her vintage Pauline Trigere dress. The print and low hemline, coupled with nude Manolo Blahniks, is really blah.
A pop of color on the lips could have even saved this but alas, SJP went with a nude lip, too. How about a little pizzazz (and maybe Valentino at his event? or is wearing a designer’s dress at his fete now ‘out’). It hurts, but I’m giving this a SHAM.
Oh, Daphne Guinness, how you move me! This look is so haute couture meets The Tin Man from Wizard of Oz.
Live for those heel-less platforms, that purple lip and the deathly stare. GLAM GLAM GLAM!
Olivia Palermo shows the pretty and posh way to wear sequins with a glamorous yet understated Marchesa dress.
The studded Valentino pumps and soft curls add the perfect dose of girly attitude, making this look a total GLAM SLAM. Werk it, girl!
What in the sheer, floral, polka dot heaven is Rachel Zoe wearing? This exquisite number is so eclectic, so regal, so beautiful that we can’t help but give it a GLAM SLAM.
And those brilliant earrings and THAT lip (see SJP, it’s easy)! Bravo! No pun intended.
What do you think of these looks, Glamazons? Who was best-dressed? Who was a huge disappointment? And how COOL is it to have a virtual museum, right? So 21st century.
Sigh, I love Valentino.