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2015 Academy Awards Favorites

Anybody who knows me, knows that "I love Fashion and Awards Season"..
I was really disappointed with the Grammy's this year, but "The Academy Awards" never let's me down.. All of the pictures below are located on

The following are my top Females, Males,Couples and a surprise a the end.. 

Shall we begin with my Top 12

Rosamund Pike
Looks Ravishing in Red in Givenchy!

Namoi Watts
Looks Edgy in Armani

Marion Cotillard
Dior Haute Couture

Dakota Johnson
Is No Saint in Saint Laurent

Katie Cassidy

Chrissy Teigen
Beautiful ice-blue Zuhair Murad

Lupita   Nyong'o
Calvin Klein Collection

Zoe Saldana

Sienna  Miller
Oscar de la Renta

Nancy O'Dell

Emma Stone
Is Impeccable in Ellie Saab.
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Laura Dern  
Alberta Ferretti
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David Oyelowo
Dolce & Gabbana

Adrien Brody
Dolce & Gabbana

Eddie Redmayne
Alexander McQueen
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Chris Evans


My all time favorite couple of the night,

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill in J. Mendel

Idris and Isan Elba 
Soo Sweet!!

Behati Prinsloo in Armani Prive' and Adam Levine in Giorgio Armani

Terrence and Miranda Howard

Benedict Cumberbatch and Sophie Hunter
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Sunrise Coigney and Mark Ruffalo

Extra Category:

My what in the hell are you wearing goes too..

Blanca Blanca
Very ill fitting and Not Cute!!

A mess!!

I hope you've enjoyed my 2015 Academy Awards Picks for this year..

Until Next Time...
Sew It Chic!!!


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