oscar fashions reinterpreted by hauthaus

February 27, 2012

Did you watch the Oscars red carpet coverage last night? If you were like me, you were glued to the TV noting the disasters and the beautiful dresses.  Today we are wondering… “what if Oscar dresses were light fixtures, what would they look like?” Well wonder no more… here is our take on some of the fashions…

Which fashions made your hits and misses lists?

Classy and Sparkly, Octavia Spencer wears a Tadashi Shoji gown / Currey and Co light.

Tiered and Bold, Michelle Williams dons a Louis Vuitton gown / DWR light.

Metallic and Simple, Stacy Keibler wears a Marchesa gown / Troy Lighting light.

Bold and Detailed, Jessica Chastain wears an Alexander McQueen / Minka Lavery light.

Styled and Modern-Classic, Rooney Mara dons a Givenchy dress / Robert Abbey light.

Elegant and Classic, Maria Menounos wears a Maria Lucia Hohan dress / Currey and Co light.

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9 Responses to “oscar fashions reinterpreted by hauthaus”

  1. mndesigngal Says:

    Great concept! Now if we could only wear those dresses and have the lighting in our house, all at the same time. (dreaming)

  2. Colleen Says:

    Super fun! Your pairing for Jessica Chastain is dead on!

  3. Ann Ranzau Says:

    What a clever and unique comparison!! Maybe the dress designers get their inspiration from the light fixtures!!! Interesting!

  4. Carol Says:

    Very clever and right on!!


  5. good idea! I love the first lamp, see this site has great pieces http://www.delightfull.eu

  6. susanbrown494 Says:

    Great idea for a post! Love it!


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