Celeb Stylist Sophia Banks on Red Carpet and Oscar Dress0 Comments

By zeeshan
Posted on 15 Feb 2017 at 4:52am

During the last year’s Oscar Awards, several famous fashion designs were seen from creamy Brandon Maxwell jumpsuit of Lady Gaga to red hot Christian Dior of Charlize Theron. But despite this high class fashion styles, ivory Zuhair Murad Haute Couture lace gown of Priyanka Chopra got its place. It became so famous that it was one of the most searched Oscar 2016 dresses.

In fact, Australian stylish Sophia Banks is the person behind the success of this ensemble on internet. Prior to that, the stylist also helped Amber Heard to look fabulous in 2013 during ‘Vanity fair Oscar Party’ and also decorated Kristin Chenoweth during Oscars 2014. She has also dressed other stars like Ashley Madekwe, Thandie Newton and Shay Mitchell during their red carpet appearance.

Sophia collaborated with Los Angeles based Satine Boutique in 2004 after which her introduction of the company to Rodarte, Isabel Marant, Roland Mouret, Acne Studios and Pierre Hardy helped to expand the brand. Her experience helped her to predict about the upcoming trend and the designers that will acquire greatness in future.

But later Sophia decided to launch her own brand and she introduced ‘Whitley Kros’ in 2008 and she got a place in Vogue, Vogue Japan, ELLE, Nylon and others. She also helped stars about presenting their overall look in any award show.

Recently, Sophia told about the new and upcoming trends that will take place from current red carpet trends along with her favorite celebrity looks. Sopia Banks told that pink and yellow are the colors that will be seen in the events for long while Grammy and Oscars will also be decorated with sequins and shimmer. Gold with embroidery is also an important trend while this year also saw the trend of long sleeves as stars are having a V neckline while covering their arms. During ‘SAG Awards’, the trend of pure black dresses will remain continue. This season will also see stripes on red carpet.

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