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Monday, February 26, 2007

Long Live The Queen!

Exquisite. My absolute favorite of the Oscars night. I imagine her wearing Chamade.

Image source, Wire Image, Eonline.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh yes, wasn't she wonderful ?!?!
(she wears Lacroix, doesn't she ?)
I saw the film 2x already (I'm pretty much anglophile...)

2:22 AM EST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

She looks so good!

3:49 AM EST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good on Helen. She does indeed look fantastice. And to think, she grew up in the same town as me...

4:37 AM EST  
Blogger chayaruchama said...

That's sweet !
My 16 year old has some major crush on her...
He loves him some Scorp females, that's for sure.

I ADORED the movie-
But the musical score was so demented, it made me meshuggah.

What sadistic moron perpetrated THAT ?

End of rant.
Love you-

6:42 AM EST  
Blogger elle said...

She definitely looked fab. Didn't see her speech, but recorded it last night and will watch later today.

7:36 AM EST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

She looks stunning. STUNNING. I say she's wearing Plus Que Jamais...

7:42 AM EST  
Blogger lilybp said...

I am glad she won, and she looks wonderful, but I'm afraid I fell asleep before the end. DH had been traveling (in a car), got home late, and inadvertently woke me up. I sleepily asked, "Who won?" and he replied (sounding quite pleased), "the Celtics!"

7:42 AM EST  
Blogger Marina said...

Lady Jane,
Me too! When I get my hands on the movie, I am going to watch and re-watch it :-)

8:28 AM EST  
Blogger Marina said...

If I manage to look 1/4th as good in 30 years, I will very happy. Extatic, really. And everything looks absolutely natural.

8:28 AM EST  
Blogger Marina said...

I am so envious! Ah!

8:29 AM EST  
Blogger Marina said...

I understand him (?). I have a crush on her too. I haven't seen the movie yet. Was the music really that bad? I think it was nominated, the score, I mean.

8:29 AM EST  
Blogger Marina said...

Oh, I am sorry, you did say "he" :-) More coffee for me.

8:30 AM EST  
Blogger Marina said...

When you watch look out for Jennifer Hudson accepting her Oscar. It was the funniest thing ever: she was SO overwhelmed, she clutched the statue and almost ran forward, with Clooney lagging behind her, trying to give her an envelope. She was like: Clooney who? I have an Oscar!

8:31 AM EST  
Blogger Marina said...

Well, we pretty much decided then that she wear Guerlain. There is fashion police on the red carpet, why not perfume police. We two would volunteer to be the hosts of that :-P

8:32 AM EST  
Blogger Marina said...

That is so funny! Celtics! :-D

8:32 AM EST  
Blogger chayaruchama said...

Judith- I love your DH...
It's been ages since we won ANYTHING.
I cried a little, when I heard about The Chief...

The ninny who scored 'Queen' did another this year.

Forgive my jerkiness regarding music- it's as vital to my well-being as scent.
Everything in the world correlates to music for me, or a smell, or both.
Can't help myself.

Example of scoring disaster:
Mystic River.
Clint is a genius, but it was really wankerism.
Insulting; Sean Penn is NOT good enough to make us emote ?
We need throbbing violins?
We're stupid, right?
The director can't do his job, the actors are utterly useless, we need a string version of the Acme Anvil [aka, Roadrunner cartoons] to get the point...?

Great example:
The Departed.
Really enhances the whole shebang !

BTW- PLEASE see it!
I'll feel even closer to you- you'll be viewing my stomping grounds, my neighborhoods.

End of nonsense.
Love me in spite of it, do !

9:42 AM EST  
Blogger Marina said...

I understand what you mean. Music should enhance the experience, for sure, but it should not be literal and overwhelming. I will definitely watch The Departed!

9:45 AM EST  
Blogger StyleSpy said...

She looked like a million bucks, and was the classiest act there. A role model for a lot of silly, silly women currently bobbing along in the Hollywood stream.

10:47 AM EST  
Blogger Marina said...

I absolutely agree! She has a look of being well put together without seemingly trying. This nonchalant "something" that I think is a very European, or maybe even a specifically British thing.

10:56 AM EST  
Blogger Unknown said...

Chamade is perfect for her! I picked Diorissimo myself. I think she needs an exquisite, glowing scent. :)

11:35 AM EST  
Blogger Marina said...

Hyacinth or LOTV, both should work wonderfully for her.

11:38 AM EST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

She was gorgeous. She and Cate Blanchett were my favorites of the evening. I'd say Yvresse would have been perfect for her.

12:35 PM EST  
Blogger Marina said...

i like Blanchett too, I always do. Yvresse is a great choice!

12:42 PM EST  
Blogger tmp00 said...

I loved her- she was clearly having a ball, and was gamely playing along with the Will Ferrell/Jack Black skit- which was cute. The other moment I liked was Meryl's "Devil Wears Prada" staredown at her costars joking they forgot her cappuccino. Hilarious.

3:19 PM EST  
Blogger Marina said...

Streep is a-mazing! That stare! Love her. :-)

3:22 PM EST  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ooh, there is a lot to discuss here. I can't remember the music to the "Queen" (so it was probably nothing special...).
And Kate Blanchett seems to be so "normal" - and i love her since "Elisabeth" (I'd love to see her in "Notes on a scandal" with my beloved Judy Dench).
And I defintely have to see the departed, though Leonardo is not my cup of tea, but the rest is very o.k.
And yes, music, what would I only do without it ?! (I play piano myself)

2:45 AM EST  
Blogger Marina said...

Lady Jane,
I love Dench too. I would have been rooting for her, if I wasn't already rooting for Mirren :-)

8:40 AM EST  

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