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After much consideration, I have come the conclusion that Natalie Portman in vintage Christian Dior was my #1 pick for best dressed last night.

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While the dress was not necessarily gasp-worthy (aka, Gwyneth in a good way, Angelina in a bad way), there was just something so incredibly timeless. I mean, Vintage Dior from the 50s? You can’t go wrong. I’m not sure if it would be the best dress to wear for a Best Actress nominee, but for someone presenting she could not have looked more elegant or graceful.

I think it may have something to do with this comparison I keep drawing in my head…

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Other dresses that made my list:

Gwyneth Paltrow in Tom Ford, obviously. By far the most fashion forward choice of the night.

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Emma Stone in Giambattista Valli.

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Shockingly….Stacy Kiebler in Marchesa. Some hated this look. I personally loved it. Fresh off the runway from New York last week. 

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Last but not least…my girl forever and ever..Meryl Streep in Lanvin.

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In her own sweet words, her final comments in her Best Actress acceptance speech:

“I want to thank all my colleagues. All my friends. I look out here and I see my love before my eyes –my old friends and my new friends. This is such a great honor, but what counts most to me is the friendship and the love and the sheer joy we have shared making movies together my friends.”

proenza schouler fall 2012: featuring zenon and ryan gosling.

pre-fall GOODNESS.