It’s time to kick aside furs and embrace feathers and that’s why they are ruling the red carpet. Feathers have become the hot favorite of our celebrities and they are frequently seen wearing impressive plumages. We don’t mind the fact that they add the right element of drama to our dear beauties. The best part of this current trend is that the stars are looking effervescent in them. Feathers are being used on gowns, capes and even jumpsuits and definitely upping the glamour quotient. Check out the star who literally killed it with feathers!
Nina seemed to glow and shine in this year’s CFDA Fashion Awards where she made an appearance wearing a feathered ball skirts. She coordinated it with silver shell designed by Lela Rose. The half-back hairstyle, drop earrings and silver box clutch completed her look.
The snowy white Christian Siriano ball skirt made Juliette Lewis look ethereal. She also donned the feathery look for the CFDA Fashion Awards. Juliette combined the skirt with crisp halter crop top which won her applauses from all over.
Trust Lady Gaga to always surprise her with her costumes and hairdos! This time at the Met Gala was no different but she did look great. She wore an outsized kimono-inspiredrobethat was adorned with 14,000 feathers and rhinestones.
Another star to be spotted wearing feathers at the Met Gala this year was Kim Kardashian. The reality star wore a Roberto Cavalli gown that had a cascading train of white plumes which gave her quite a swan-like effect.
The third celebrity at the Met Gala to be spotted donning a similar look was Keri Russell. While others primarily wore white or lighter shades with feathers, she did just the opposite. She wore an Altuzarra black gown with emerald feathers. Her smoky eyes completed her look.
Another celebrity to sport feathers in black was Diana Kruger. She was seen in a black feather Chanel skirt which had neon accents and looks like a perfect party piece. Kruger wore her feathers for the amfAR Cinema Against AIDS Gala.
At the People en Español 50 Most Beautiful Gala, our very own Eva Longoria was seen wearing a Marchesa jumpsuit whose upper portion was decorated with black feathers. Eva proved us how feathers are not just for the gowns!
Here we were thinking that feathers have replaced fur and there was Naomi Campbell combining these two. At the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibition she sported a high-low skirt. While the top had the fur, the bottom had the feathers.
At the Indian actress’ first Canner outing she did steal a few hearts by going all black. As the L'Oréal Paris ambassador, Katrina wore an Oscar de la Renta gown that had feathery plumes as appliques that seemed to blossom giving the gown an ombre effect. The classic black lace only added the required appeal that made her look complete.
Naomi Watts Elie Saab’s couture gown featured a skirt-top combination where the skirt had soft feathers and the top had glittering embellishments. This she wore at the La Tete Haute premiere of the Cannes International Film Festival.
At the Cannes photocall for the festival juries, French actress Sophie wore a sassy Nina Ricci dress. A simple yet elegant slip-inspired dress in navy color, it had black feathers all over.
The Ralph Lauren gown made Eleanor look absolutely gorgeous. The gown was completely covered in silvery feathers which fanned towards the hem to create a mermaid skirt effect. the gown was unique, no doubt.
Kate Moss’s gown makes it to our list of the ones who wore feathers on black. Moss shined at theamfAR Hong Kong Gala where she wore quite an understated black Marc Jacobs which had beaded sheath and a feathered cape. The cape emphasized the shoulders and created a powerful silhouette.
Another Indian actress to sport feathers at the Cannes was Sonam Kapoor. She chose an Elie Saab couture gown for the Inside Out premiere. It was a lush chartreuse gown with attention-grabbing feather ornamentations.
Age didn’t stop Julianne Moore from looking stunning in an Armani Privé gown. She was sporting the look at the La Tete Haute premiere during 2015 Cannes. The gown had a kimono-style wrap on the top festooned with floating black feathers.
The only one in our list to not wear a black or white but a sizzling red laced and feathered gown is Blake Lively. Blake was walking the red carpet at the ‘The Age of Adaline’ New York premiere. The gown had a feathered skirt that complimented every curve of the pretty actress.