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Flocks and Frocks: Feather Trend Makes It Big On The Red Carpet

Late last year, we made predictions that 2018 would be the year that feathery touches will make a big splash—and it seems like that’s happening sooner than we anticipated. Take it from actress, director and super-mom philanthropist, Angelina Jolie, who on both the Golden Globes and Critics Choice red carpet wore two different feathered dresses, by two different designers.

 

Angelina Jolie in Ralph & Russo at the Critics Choice Awards 2018.

 

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Angelina Jolie in Atelier Versace at the Golden Globes 2018

 

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Of course, Angelina may be our favorite, but she wasn’t alone donning feathers and fuzz; other stars include actress Shiri Appleby in Monique Lhuillier, and even Reese Witherspoon in her flighty strap heels at the Critics Choice Awards. Heidi Klum also wore a black, feathered dress by Ashi Studio at the Golden Globes, also earning a place in Metro’s Best Dressed List.

 

 

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Typically made with ostrich feathers, these feathered dresses have made occasional couture runway appearances in the past few years. But, it’s popularity as a mainstay applique arguably has only been a recent trend, such as Prada’s Fall/Winter ’17 show in Milan Fashion Week, and local designer Patty Ang’s Metrowear collection last year.

 

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Will we be seeing more feathered gowns this year? Very likely it seems, and now we can’t wait to have them ready for the next big party!