Decades' Golden Moments
Jennifer Lopez in Vintage Valentino at the Oscars
Christos: "For me, it was the pique of "Bennifer" - a true fashion moment with that glorious mint-green color on her glorious tan, she owned it and it looked very modern. I actually didn't even realize it was vintage until much later."
Julia Roberts in Vintage Valentino at the Oscars
Christos: "When you want to win, wear vintage - that's what I say. What I loved about this dress - it was a "winning look" - so classic, whenever you see photos of her you don't think about the Oscar, you think about the dress, it was so magical for the moment. The beauty of vintage is that it's something that can last forever. Julia Roberts is one of a kind, as was that dress."
Demi Moore in Norman Norell at the 1997 Emmys
Cameron: "This is such a chic look on Demi, and the Norman Norell mermaid gown is one of the quintessential examples of mid-century American elegance. It is completely timeless and modern designers have reinterpreted the style over the last several decades."
Kristin Davis in Jean Dessès at the New York City "Sex and the City 2" Premiere
Cameron: "Aside from the silhouette being so flattering, it was such an intoxicating pop of color on the red carpet, and it certainly established a vintage precedent that she maintained throughout the 'Sex and the City 2" tour. All of her vintage red carpet moments from that tour came from Decades!"
Lindsay Lohan in Galanos at the White House Correspondents' Dinner
Christos: "Someone seriously needs to elect Lindsay 'Look of the Year!' - the lip, the hair, the dress, it was perfection. I can honestly say this is one of my top 10 favorite looks of the entire year."
Nicole Richie in Dior at The American Music Awards
Christos: "This dress was definitely music to my ears. It was a moment when Nicole was really coming out into her own and really represents the beginning of her transformation into a style star."
Chloe Sevigny in Vintage YSL at the Golden Globes
Cameron: "Chloe was one of the first actresses to bring back prints on the red carpet and this look was strong, graphic, and progressive in its styling."
Jessica Chastain in YSL at the "Madagascar 3" Premiere
Cameron: "I believe a chic woman can make a LBD not look black and Jessica understands that basic need not be boring with unexpected accessories and a fresh 'do."
Chloe Sevigny in Holly Harp at an Oscar Party
Cameron: "This remains one of my all-time favorite dresses as Holly Harp brought her own LA-centric aesthetic to 'Goddess dressing' and a white jersey dress always stands out under the stars and among them, too."
Tea Leoni in Don Loper at the "Playing God" Premiere
Cameron: 'It was the year we opened (1997) and Tea chose the ultimate Galaxy dress nearly a decade before Roland Mouret had re-invented the figure flattering body conscious wiggle dress. Loper was a famous favorite of Lucille Ball and I thought a particularly appropriate choice for comedic actress Leoni."