Red carpet round-up: Diamonds in the sky

These brilliants actors sparkle on the red carpet at the 65th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards.


News Desk February 04, 2013
Berenice Bejo.



These brilliant actors was seen posing at the 65th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards at the Grand Ballroom in California, looking spectacular in their dresses and gowns. Here is a round-up of the best looks of the night:


Berenice Bejo 

Actor Bejo arrived at the event in style, wearing a black and bronze Louis Vuitton dress. The retro-inspired collar and dropped waist perhaps inspired her side-swept pin waves, but it all translated as but muddled. With an on trend matte red-lip and matching manicure she failed to bring anything new to her look. Yawn.

Famke Janssen

Famke made her way onto the red carpet in a bold ‘70s red John Galliano gown. The X-Men star looked delicious with pin straight her and rosy apple cheeks. It seems like that these ladies coordinated their decision to boycott some bling!

Jennifer Garner

Making her way to the event in an elegant white hot Barardi dress was actor Jennifer Garner. She remembered to accessorise which is a plus, but she could have done managed a better hair do then that one! Her Cartier jewellery and Ferragamo shoes and bag completed her look.

Anne Hathaway

Actor Anne Hathaway waved for the cameras in a gorgeous purple-toned ethnic print Valentino dress. She looks beautiful in that pixie cut but we really wish that she had worn some accessories. Earrings, a necklace — anything!

Helen Hunt

Rocking the red carpet in an off shoulder black Talbot Runhof spring 2013 floor length gown, was actor Helen Hunt. Nude lips and side swept curls completed her look, but again, no points for the lack of jewellery.

Published in The Express Tribune, February 5th, 2013.

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