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golden globes 2008: the remix

>> Since the Golden Globes' red carpet was nonexistent this year, I took this golden opportunity (har har) to do a little reimagining.  With the exception of a few dresses here and there (Reese's yellow Nina Ricci, Michelle William's purple tiered frock), I find the Golden Globes fashion highly yawnworthy. 

Celebrities are so afraid of being skewered by the fashion police that they don't take any risks — either that, or they really have no imagination.  So with this year's big gaping hole of Golden Globe fashion emptiness, I took the liberty of pairing celebrity with ensemble: one that would have never actually occurred, but I would have liked to have seen nonetheless.
Keira First up?  Best Dramatic Actress nominee Keira Knightley would have likely shown up in either Chanel or Rodarte, judging by her recent track record.  But since she likes deconstructed dresses and showing off her clavicle, I chose this Preen Spring 2008 dress — it fills both bills and she can support designers from her home country. 

To see more odd alternate universe Golden Globe pairings, read more.

**images: wireimage,

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