Looks That Will Last Forever From the Tuck Red Carpet
Jessica Lee Goldyn brought a touch of old Hollywood glamor to the red carpet in her all white goddess gown! Classic draping gave it the 1930s Harlow look, especially with the backless surprise and the ruffled peplum and fishtail as she glided by! WOW!
Bernadette Peters ruled as the official fashion icon of Broadway in her rich boysenberry sheath! When a gal has curves that good, you just have to feature them! And have the fire department stand by!
Tina Fey did a wonderful take on the simple black fit ‘n’ flare by featuring sparkling gold embellishments on the skirt. It’s wonderful to see a great comedienne out and about and always in fashion! Tina knows what she looks good in!...and celebrates it!
Charlotte D’Amboise! Does this lady ever age?!? Sleek and saber-slim in a beyond-sophisticated black pant suit of flared trousers, fitted blazer, and a bodice of cutaways revealing that super-toned figure! And folks, what ever she’s doing for her skin we all need to find out! Gorrr-geous!
Celia Keenan-Bolger displayed more chic-per-ounce than anyone else last night! Petite and perfect in “the classic little black cocktail dress,” it was the long sleeves, the bateau off the shoulder neckline, and the gorgeous blond hair that rocked! She got my “S & S” award for the night! Sexy & Sophisticated!
Melissa Joan Hart kept it simple but oh-so sleek! A basic black cocktail dress fitted and gathered beautifully at the notched bust-line! Add a matching black tux jacket and you’ve “knocked it out of the park!”
Carolee Carmello played the fairy-tale theme to perfection! In a full-length, dusky, steel-blue lace and satin gown with appliques over “illusion,” she literally shone as she glided down the red carpet! The twinkling details in the florals and the luxuriant flare of the skirt as it spread while she walked was “fairy-tale queen” at its very best!