Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Washington Post Oscars Remix: Best Picture Challenge Final Four!

The first Washington Post Oscars Remix Challenge ended with 1,702 entries. From your entries, “The Help” provided the most style inspiration, followed by “The Artist” and “Midnight in Paris.”

Congratulations to the four Guest Style Correspondents whose sets were picked by The Washington Post to feature on today’s Style Blog. They are:

The Help - Winner of The Best Picture!


The Artist


Midnight in Paris


What's Old is New Again



Here’s more about our Guest Style Correspondents:

Hailing from Romania, lalixie created a lovely set for “The Help” that featured ladylike flowers, a cloth coat, a quilted Chanel bag, pearls and a pink cardigan with a matching skirt.

A graphic designer from New Jersey, Molly Adrianson, aka gokarm, was one of the first thousand people to join Polyvore! She highlighted the deco look of “The Artist” with a beaded, drop-waist dress, t-straps, ropes of pearls and a feathered headband.

Coco is diegolohve’s nickname, and she does love Chanel – there’s a Chanel clutch and a Chanel pearl choker in her set highlighting “Midnight in Paris.” She also featured a feathered and crystal-embellished Matthew Williamson dress, Ileana Makri diamond drop earrings and gold Louboutins.

Diana Vreeland, Isadora Duncan and Marlene Dietrich are fifth-avenue-style’s inspirations. Her set illustrating “The Artist” certainly shows the high glamour and drama of those icons, with a sleek dress and bag from The Row, Oscar de la Renta gold-heeled pumps and a Valentino coat.

Congratulations to lalixie, gokarm, diegolohve and fifth-avenue-style!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Stva said...

Very nice photo shoots collection, Great job your do..
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