2014 Producers Guild Awards Wish List

Amy Adams has really been on a roll this year I have been in love with all of her looks this season from Valentino at the Globes, Roland Mouret at the Critics Choice, and Antonio Berardi at the SAG Awards last night. While we have already seen Amy wear red once this awards season at the Golden Globes but I love this stunning red head in red. Recently Amy was photographed running around in LA after returning her Globes dress with shopping bags from Giambattista Valli and Elie Saab. I am praying that this is a sign of things to come as they are both brands that Amy favors on the red carpet. For the PGA Awards I am hoping that Amy snatches up this ruby red Elie Saab Fall 2013 Couture strapless cocktail dress. The awards show tonight might be the last chance this stunning dress has to be worn before the Elie Saab Spring 2014 Couture collection is presented on Wednesday. I would have Amy finish this look with the runway pumps, a gold Elie Saab clutch, and her hair worn up to ensure that all eyes are on her on the producers big night.
Queen of the Red Carpet Cate Blanchett wowed last night at the 2014 Screen Actors Guild in a custom Givenchy Couture gown, as was expected, and I am hoping that tonight she will do the same at the Producers Guild Awards. Cate was the big face last September in London when Tom Ford presented his Spring 2014 RTW collection. There were not many looks from the collection that I could see the demure queen wearing but I do think that this mirrored top and black tuxedo pants from the Tom Ford Spring 2014 RTW collection. I think that Cate is actually one of the few women in the world that I think could wear this ensemble and not look like a tacky human disco ball. Add a black and silver Roger Vivier clutch and a pair of black Christian Louboutin pumps and Cate will have a stunning sophisticated modern edgy look for the PGA Awards.
I had really high hopes for Emma Thompson coming into awards season as she looked fantastic (aside from the London Film Festival Premiere) whilst out on the promotional trail from ‘Saving Mr. Banks’ Unfortunately Emma has consistently ended up on my worst dressed list wearing ugly old lady dress after ugly old lady dress. I am hoping that if she attends the PGA Awards tonight that she looks stunning wearing this black Jason Wu Pre-Fall 2014 calf length dress. This is an elegant floaty flirty look for the 54 year old actress. Emma looks fantastic and needs to learn how to work it on the red carpet much more like Helen Mirren and Jane Fonda who are 10 years plus her senior. Finish the look with pretty black flats (because Emma has been complaining about heels killing her feet) and a black satin clutch will make a look I love for Emma.
Lupita Nyong’o has been rivaling red carpet veterans and queens like Amy Adams and Cate Blanchett as she makes the rounds during her very first awards season. The biggest designers in the world like Gucci, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Prada, and Elie Saab have constantly been throwing frocks at the stunning Kenyan actress. In the in between events Lupita has shown a pension for showcasing up and coming red carpet favorites. I am hoping that tonight she will do this yet again by wearing this cornflower blue Cushine et Ochs Pre-Fall 2014 off the shoulder knee length cocktail dress. Lupita has the grace, stature, and poise to make this dress sing a whole opera on the red carpet tonight. Finish the look with a silver embellished clutch, a pair of silver sandals, a pair of simple diamond cluster earrings, and a simple diamond bracelet and Lupita will shine yet again.

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