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January 29, 2014 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
From Grammy winner Jill Scott's elegant black taffeta two-piece to Philadelphia Orchestra president Allison Vulgamore's satin gown in the deepest of teals, doyennes blanketed Saturday's 157th Anniversary Concert and Ball in shades of velvety midnight. But in every nighttime sky, there are stars that burst with color. It was a pretty high-fashion sight at the Academy of Music: Within the chic crowd of black and navy mermaid silhouettes and one-shouldered ensembles in eggplants and emeralds, there were pops of corals, swaths of reds, and a few flashes of pinky-purple, also known as Pantone's color of the year, radiant orchid.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 1, 2011 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
The image of the perfect fairy-tale bride is in the midst of a makeover. And fashion has everything to do with it. The shift may be slow, but it's far from subtle: Lacy bracelet-length sleeves are popping up within a dress market once dominated by strapless styles. Sparkling tiaras paired with fingertip-length veils mean baby's breath and cathedral-length headpieces have some competition. Slimmer A-line bias cuts are featured alongside the pretty poufiness essential in the early millennium.
NEWS
June 29, 2011
ERIE - The bride wore a gown. The groom did, too. Given the setting, it was only appropriate. Cassy Messenger and Derek McBride had planned a beach wedding, but they ended up exchanging vows in a hospital chapel Saturday after McBride tumbled down a set of stairs on their wedding day, the Erie Times-News reported. McBride broke three ribs and suffered a punctured, collapsed lung in the fall. He was admitted to St. Vincent Health Center but didn't want to postpone the big day. Relatives and St. Vincent nurses decorated the chapel with medical-glove balloons and bows made of gauze.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 30, 2011
Hats were just as important at Friday's royal wedding as the gown of Duchess Catherine of Cambridge. London's genius milliner Philip Treacy was responsible for the origami-like drama atop the heads of Princesses Eugenie and Beatrice. Treacy also designed Victoria Beckham's posh hat. But my fave belonged to Queen Elizabeth. Her buttercup ensemble was cheery, thanks to Angela Kelly, but the hat was adorable. It was all about pomp, circumstance, and standing out. - Elizabeth Wellington
NEWS
September 12, 1995 | by Barbara De Witt, Los Angeles Daily News
It could have been the '60s Sunday night as beehive hair, cat's-eye makeup, sequins and bright colors made a fashionable comeback for the 47th annual Emmy Awards. Stars glammed up in low-cut gowns, coiffed in styles that required hairpins and heavy-duty lacquer, and dripping in borrowed diamonds. Leading the retro fashion parade were Lisa Kudrow of "Friends" in a gold halter gown by Debra McGuire with matching sunglasses, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus of "Seinfeld," who got a big crowd reaction in a slinky velvet Armani gown with a V-neckline that plunged to the navel.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 25, 2015 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
Hairy armpits seem to be going mod. But this tuft of a trend belongs in the just-because-the-rich-and-famous-are-doing-it-doesn't-mean-you-should box. Truly, don't try this at home. Summer 2015 is supposed to be the summer of sleek minimalism: strapless, flowing maxi dresses; tank tops paired with jogger pants; and sheer blouses tucked into boyfriend jeans. Let me tell you: A shock of underarm hair - even if it's dyed pink like Miley Cyrus' - is just, well, unsightly. So why is anybody trying this?
NEWS
March 25, 2002 | By Karen Heller INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Alas, there was nothing to compare to Bjork's swan-dive dress of 2001, something so marvelously bizarre as to be more memorable than anything in the height of taste. These are the moments that Oscar watchers wait for: Angelina Jolie's vampira ensemble, Barbra Streisand's diaphanous pantsuit, Kim Basinger's one-armed gown. And, alas, even the telecast was one of the best in history. Best actress Halle Berry entered the Kodak Theatre a winner in the evening's best gown. Eschewing her habitual Valentino, Berry and her stylist, Phillip Bloch (honey, every diva has a stylist)
NEWS
July 30, 1999 | By Chani Katzen, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Three weeks after wearing a lilac gown at her brother's wedding in Greece, a maid of honor was in court yesterday on charges of assaulting the bridal-shop owner who sold her the dress. Police said that on June 1, Anastesiz Aslanidow, 42, smacked Lillian Jackson twice with her purse after learning that her gown alterations were not completed. She then grabbed the dress and left Lillian's Bridal Salon on West Chester Pike. Aslanidow also threatened a witness who was writing down her license-plate number, police said.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 24, 1998 | By Karen Heller, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Picasso had one. Larry Flynt had one. And last night, at the 70th annual Academy Awards celebration, Oscar entered its blue period - Titanic blue. Best actress Helen Hunt, with glamorous upswept hair, appeared utterly Grace Kelly in a tight strapless blue satin and little jewelry. Best director nominee James Cameron's wife, way-buff actress Linda Hamilton (whom he directed in what is affectionately known as the Termie series), chose a sequined ice-blue, spaghetti-strap Pamela Dennis dress with her hair upswept with diamond barrettes.
NEWS
April 30, 1996 | by Theresa Conroy, Daily News Staff Writer
Finally, "Pomp and Circumstance. " The music is your cue to march down the Aisle of Freedom. You do a quick check of the mortar board, straighten the graduation gown, start grinning. Then, just as you take the first step, your heel catches the hem of the gown and you fall into the girl in front of you, which causes her to lose her balance and crash into the guy she's standing behind, which causes him to trip onto the stage and fall flat on his face in front of the principal, which causes everybody - including your boyfriend's mother - to turn around and stare at you. Aaarrgggh!
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