LOS ANGELES, Jan 18, 2010 / FW/ — We already know who won; chances are from watching the red carpet arrivals and the ceremony, you already know what they wore. So, here’s a short recap.
The big winners last night for acting are Sandra Bullock, Drew Barrymore and Toni Colette. While Sandra Bullock chose a purple Bottega Veneta gown and Toni Colette opted for a gold beaded Elie Saab creation, Drew Barrymore just looked radiant her Atelier Versace one-shoulder champagne silk gown.
As waist training corsets and in addition to various others styles, corsets are succeedingly being able to win hearts of the star studded women in order to maintain their curves and sex appeal.
With a visible corset underneath the gown constructed in nude silk, it was downright sexy. Drew Barrymore’s Atelier Versace dress was covered in champagne colored crystals while two clusters of glass fringes on the shoulder and the hip maintain the drapery of the dress.
Jennifer Garner and Christina Aguilera who were both presenters for the evening also chose Versace.
Jennifer Garner wore an Atelier Versace spiral nude/grey evening gown. The entire dress was beaded with tiny Swarovski crystals in shades of pearl and pink while Christina Aguilera wore a strapless peach colored chiffon gown with a metallic bodice and peach colored leather inserts from the Versace Spring/Summer 2010 collection.
It’s not just women who loved Versace; actor Matthew Fox is wearing a peak lapels two buttons tuxedo combined with a white shirt and a black tie and nominated director Lee Daniels donned 2 buttons peak lapels tuxedo combined with a white shirt and a black tie.
Speaking of men, Italo Zucchelli of Calvin Klein Collection continues to be a favorite among A-list actors. Teenage heartthrob Taylor Lautner, an actor in “The Twilight Saga: New Moon,” who was a presenter for the evening wore Calvin Klein Collection.
Will Arnett, of “30 Rock,” nominated for Best Television Series – Comedy or Musical; Kevin Connolly, of “Entourage,” nominated for Best Television Series – Comedy or Musical; Bill Paxton, of “Big Love,” nominated for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama and Best Television Series – Drama; and Justin Long of “Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel” were also wardrobed by Calvin Klein Collection.
Best Screenplay winner for a Motion Picture, Jason Reitman, writer and director for “Up in the Air,” accepted his award wearing Calvin Klein Collection.
The list keeps on growing with Jim Parsons, of “The Big Bang Theory,” who serves as a presenter for the evening; Jesse Spencer, of “House,” nominated for Best Television Series – Drama; and, Jack McBrayer, of “30 Rock”, nominated for Best Television Series – Comedy or Musical also donned Calvin Klein Collection.
Photos courtesy of the HFPA