Oscar Night: I'm Impressed

Natalie Portman in Rodarte

Marissa Tomei in Versace

Brad Pitt in Tom Ford & Angelina Jolie in Elie Saab

Taraji P. Henson in Roberto Cavalli

John Legend in Prada

Josh Brolin & Diane Lane in Dolce & Gabbana

Dominic Cooper in Burberry

Marlon Cotillard in Dior

Amy Adams in Carolina Herrera and Jewels by Fred Leighton

I was very happy with what I saw on the red carpet this year. Though I didn't love everything, besides a few people, I was either really impressed or I didn't think what some were wearing were all that bad. All black did very well on the red carpet this year. Great examples of this were Brad Pitt in Tom Ford and Angelina Jolie in Elie Saab. Also Josh Brolin and Diane Lane in Dolce & Gabbana. Pretty colors also hit the red carpet, you had Natalie Portman in a pink Rodarte Gown, Marissa Tomel in a silver Versace number, and Best Supporting Actress Nominee Taraji P. Henson in Roberto Cavalli. Even some of the men added a little color to their lives, like John Legend in a Grey Suit with Light Pink accents by Prada ( if you know how the SAint feels about Prada, this is a big deal).Then you had your in-betweens such as Kate Winslet, Amy Adams, Vanessa Hudgens and Jennifer Grey. Amy Adams Looked nice, and though in Carolina Herrera what made her special were the jewels around her neck by Fred Leighton. It was that old Hollywood Glam that put the women on the fence, because even if you didn't exactly like what they were wearing, they still looked dazzling because of either hair, jewels or makeup. But there is no award show without a few misses. Melissa Leo and Mickey Rourke looked absolutely Horrible. The biggest dissapointment was Mrs. Project Runway herself, Heidi Klum in an architectural gown by Roland Mouret. The SAint isn't really big on Award shows anymore, but the oscars always catch my attention being as though I am a big movie buff. Congrats to all the Nominees this year and hopefully the best man/woman wins.

Poor Heidi Klum in Roland Mouret

With Pleasure
THe SAint