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September 23, 2015 |  191 Views  | By Cocktail Culture Staff
[ Entertainment ]   In Praise Of Julianne Moore...   Is there any other A-list actress who’s chosen her roles and wardrobe with such consistently exquisite taste? Fashion insiders Chelsea and Caitlyn of TInsley Radix, sound off on the best and worst of her looks from the 2015 Award Season...  

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From the creativity of the design with the scrunched mesh sleeves, to the design lines on the bodice, to the stark white neckline with the eggshell fabric. Her pop of color in her nails and lips is just the right amount. The clutch and shoes surprisingly work with this whole look.

 

 

 

This is our favorite look for her whole awards season. This is simply perfection. Givenchy really nailed it from the fabric to the silhouette. Her metallic accessories and diamonds were the perfect amount and match for this gown. Her hair is beautiful down, and can get away with it with this gown because it's the Globe's. 

 

 

 

(2015 Palm Springs International Film Festival, Received the Desert Palm Achievement Award)    

 

The color looks smashing on her, and her beachy waves are perfection. We would have liked to see a longer earring, but the simplicity of the accessories is good. She loves this style of shoe, doesn't she?! 

 

 

 

(2015 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role)

 

This SAG award's dress is another great gown on her. She can wear the hell out of some green! The drop effect of the beads that cascades down is gorgeous on that chiffon. The front of the dress needed to be shorter just a little, and it looks as if the whole hem is raw (if it was intentional by Givenchy, it doesn't quite work with this particular gown). Her hair is flowy and light and off her face more than some of her previous looks, and looks so fresh. The earrings and massive Chopard ring are perfection. 

 

 

 

(2015 The Gotham Independent Film Awards for Best Actress)

 

It doesn't do anything for her figure and with it being a short dress, the lace "fringe" looks somewhat sloppy. With this being a less-dressy event, her tasseled hair works. The shoes and clutch are "okay" for the dress, but it's not our favorite look. 

 

 

 

(2015 Academy Award for Best Actress)

 

We love the color and texture of the fabric. The bodice is fitted to her waist, so we don't mind the placement of the line cross her hips. The black center of the ivory flowers is striking. Her hair and posture are Oscar worthy. Her lip color and pearlized nail color are smart choices. The attention needs to be on the haute couture gown and not on accessories, so kudos to her (or her stylist). 

 

 

 

(2015 National Board of Review Awards for Best Actress)

 

It's a more conservative choice, but still fun in the fabric and design. We like that she kept a nude nail and pulled back her hair. We think a simple, nice black pump would have done more justice with this tea-length and elongated her legs.

 

 

 

(2015 BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role)

 

The red dress is a classic, but Tom Ford kicked it up a notch with the open center front. She knows the thick line at her neckline works for her and plays up to it. Her old Hollywood glam waves in her hair are perfect for this whole look. IF we had to be picky, we would have chosen a nude nail for her, but she was so gorgeous at the BAFTA Awards she obviously gets a pass. 

 

 

 

(2015 Independent  Spirit Award for Best Female Lead)

 

These awards are more laid back and fun, so this look is on target. The color is great with her skin and hair, and the little parts of "sheer holes" in this Dior minidress adds a more flirty element. We like the black contrast on the top as well as the shoes. This dress is so loud that it was smart to wear minimal jewelry! 

 

 

 

(2015 Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Actress)    

 

The full coverage is perfectly matched with the sheer center front and three-quarter sleeve. The lace covered front sits perfectly in place with the thick neckline. We love her perfectly slick, straight hair and dropped earrings. The dark nail works because she kept her make up more neutral-glam. 

 

 

 

Tinsley Radix Established in 2013 by Caitlyn Mullanix and Chelsea Brogdon

 

Tinsley Radix a is custom fashion brand designed by the co-founders of the women’s boutique, Chantilly Dallas. Tinsley Radix is heavily influenced by the designers’ experiences growing up in the South (Texas and Georgia) and Southwest (New Mexico). The Ready-to-Wear line incorporates prints and fabrics that reflect these regional influences as well as the experiences had by each designer. The couture line allows the designers to customize garments for any occasion. The first Tinsley Radix collection debuted on January 29, 2015, and will be in stores early Fall 2015. It is inspired by the collision of both elegant and industrial surroundings.

 

Custom couture garments are available by request. To schedule an appointment contact the office at 214-749-5757.

 

 

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