This week’s Golden Globe Awards 2011 was a feast of fanciful frocks and finesse. At Tout Nouveau, we were particularly on the look out for any of the entertainment elite opting for new, emerging designers, instead of the predictable yet classic Armani Privé, Versace and Calvin Klein.
To our delight, we spotted one of the industry’s freshest faces; Hailee Steinfeld of True Grit wearing a couture piece by up-and-coming fashion designer, Prabal Gurung.
At a mere 14 years old, Haileee looked youthful, yet possessed an air of sophistication beyond her years, the young (won’t disclose age) mysterious Prabal Gurung was a perfect match.
We wont bore you with yet another round up of images and fashion commentary, instead we decided to have a little fun playing stylist and re-dressing the ‘celebrities’ in some of our emerging designer frocks to see how they would have stood up to the fashion elite on the red carpet!
Vanessa Hudgens, switches here from a nude beaded classic, to an edgier silk swirl, fused statement dress by designer Vicky Jolly. This dress retails here at £500. A snip of the price, without compromising on the luxe.
For Actress Kyra Sedgwick we swapped Emilio Pucci for the Sloppy Jo Dress by Jo Whiteing and gave her a more youthful, fashion forward look whilst sticking to the same warm colour palette. The Sloppy Jo retails here at £250.
Megan Fox switches her Armani Privé for a midnight blue silk, sexy piece, again by designer, Vicky Jolly. The blue corset dress retails here at £360.
And finally for Nicole Kidman, we opted for a Kate Atkinson classic sash dress, with snip tuck hem and screen printed detailing. A little more daring than the chic Prada gown Nicole opted for this year, however, a suitable compromise between Nicole’s past daring red carpet looks and today’s more classic. The tribal print sash dress retails here at £650.
We had a little too much fun preparing that for you! So, Emerging Designer Vs. Established Designer? We want your feedback, place your votes now and let us know your favourite looks either via blog comment or join the discussion on Twitter or Facebook.