Golden Globes 2015



Kate Hudson in a plunging, cutout halter dress by Versace looked over exposed and not quite as Fabulous as her intent. Her eye makeup exasperated her need for an upper eye lift.

Jennifer Aniston kept to her safe black in a Saint Laurent halter dress with a sequined bodice that was predictable and not Fabulous although safely Fabulous.

Reese Witherspoon in a strapless, beaded Calvin Klein dress and diamond jewels looked Fabulous as diamonds makes anyone look Fabulous.

Lupita Nyong’o dressed for the Globes in a purple Giambattista Valli dress and Chopard jewelry. The jewelry was Fabulous and the dress reminded me of a flower garden with a propensity for lavender.

Naomi Watts a vision in a strapless Lemon yellow Gucci column dress, cinched at the waist with an embellished belt. Diamond Bulgari jewels always completes a Fabulous ensemble.

Emma Stone wore a bow-cinched Lanvin jumpsuit with a Fabulous flair including a bedazzled bodice to add sparkle.

Jennifer Lopez trying to hard in a sparkling Zuhair Murad dress, complete with a plunging neckline, up-to-THERE slit, and a cape that resembled what batman would do for drag. Not Fabulous – not even for drag.

Jessica Chastain in a down to there plunging, Fabulous liquid dress by Atelier Versace. What’s with all of the side sweep hair tonight; not always Fabulous.

Emily Blunt flashed a peek of her flat tummy in a white Michael Kors with a crisscrossed bodice that looked like she was strapped after surgery, Not Fabulous. Aquamarine jewelry completed the dreamy or nightmare outfit.

Viola Davis with a Fabulous smile on the carpet wore a ruby red dress by Donna Karan. Fabulous Hollywood at it’s best.

Heidi Klum in a red-hot Versace number and matching peep-toed shoes, shows that you can still look Fabulous as you age.

Julianne Moore in a beaded Givenchy Couture dress, complete with feathers could not desire whether she was 50 shades of grey or a Fabulous bird.

Amy Adams wore a one-shoulder, periwinkle dress by Versace and Fabulous Tiffany jewelry. Not the best fit or look although the jewels fit Fabulously.

Kerry Washington wore a metallic dress boasting two shades of purple, both ugly and not Fabulous. Did they run out of one fabric??? and not even enough fabric to make a floor length gown???

Julianna Margulies in a red floral dress by Ulyana Sergeenko and Bulgari jewelry. Just when I thought you could not look matronly in red, she pulls it off although the jewelry was Fabulous.

Katherine Heigl in a navy blue Zac Posen dress, that was so tight she could not stand up straight. She did not look Fabulous; she looked like she was in Spanx.

Lena Dunham in a Zac Posen dress matching her red lipstick and looking like she made the dress, cut her hair as well as did her own color in the car on the way. She was not even close to Fabulous.

Julia Louis Dreyfus wore a one-shoulder white dress with a little sparkle on its bodice and Fabulous Irene Neuwirth jewels. Safe as usual.

Amy Poehler in a neon blue column dress by Stella McCartney showed every pound she put on during the holidays. Fabulous???, I do not think so.

Rosamund Pike showed post-baby body and ready to nurse in a white Vera Wang dress and Brian Atwood shoes. Really??? this could not have been more Un-Fabulous.

Christine Baranski wore a wine Zac Posen dress, with metallic clutch and chandelier earrings. She looked Fabulous. The only thing I did not like were the two hole at the top of the dress. Looked like you could use them to hold her in place.

Kelly Osbourne wore a midnight blue Edition by Georges Chakra dress with bell sleeves and an embellished collar. She looked so matronly and not Fabulous. She is on Fashion Police looking like this and she needs a Fashion Citation???

Giuliana Rancic wore a blush Maria Lucia Hohan dress and Fabulous Forevermark diamonds. She looks hungry.

Tina Fey wore Old ugly Hollywood in a two-toned Antonio Berardi dress and Casadei heels. If she had gotten up earlier, she could not have looked less Fabulous. She must have had a snack packed under that skirt.

Jane Fonda wore a one-sleeved Versace number, complete with the fashion house’s signature “pinned” embellishments along its cutout and proved that age is just a number. She looked Fabulous.

Claire Danes wore a feathered, floral Valentino dress and Fabulous Lorraine Schwartz jewels. She looked like she was fresh from the reservation.

Salma Hayek in a white brocade dress by Alexander McQueen, cinched at the waist with a silver belt looked Fabulous although older. Maybe time for a freshening. Feather-shaped diamond earrings and roses in her hair completed her look.

Catherine Zeta-Jones wore a strapless, blood-red Angel Sanchez dress and Fabulous H. Stern jewelry. She looked Fabulous. Where was “what’s his name???” she did not need him as an accessory.

Amal Alamudd, Mrs. Clooney was the image of grace in a Fabulous Christian Dior Couture LBD and white gloves, looking uptight and unapproachable.


And as always, I’ll be watching . . .

Treadwell’s Timepiece Trilogy pt. 1: The Classic, The Colorful and the Cheap



Over the years I have accumulated a number of Fabulous timepieces. Some were gifts, some were must-have additions to my collection and others were simply something I liked. Here are a few of those watches and a little about them.

The first you see here pictured on the far left is a Fossil watch I saw at the Gardens Mall in Palm Beach Gardens.  Fossil is an American designer of clothing and accessories and also designs watches for other brands including Adidas, Burberry, Diesel and DKNY. The name Fossil represents the nickname the founding brothers,  Tom Kartsotis and Kosta Kartsotis, had for there father. Over the years Fossil has released a number of collectible watches based on movie characters, comic book characters and other pop culture icons.  In 2003, Fossil released a wristwatch computer called the “Fossil Wrist PDA” which was a tiny Palm OS-based PDA worn like a watch. In 2006, Fossil released a “caller ID” watch. The classic style of the one I chose with the updated materials made it the one for me.

Next up is a cheap watch that I ran across in an Avon book and liked! I ordered it and still enjoy it to this day.

Third we have one of my favorite watches. It is an Android watch with a very beautiful, not to mention fragile, ceramic band and case. Android was founded in 1991 by Wing Liang who had a strict philosophy to create high quality productions with cutting edge designs. In 1991 the company designed watches inspired by the American film industry and pop culture however, as time passed Wing’s growing awareness of trends in horology led him to choose more important movements and increasingly refined materials. This specific watch is special to me because it was given to me by partner Mark who purchased it for my birthday while living in Key West. It was purchased at Graffiti Menswear on Duval.

The fourth on the list is yet another cheap but goodie found in the pages of an Avon catalog. The rainbow colors of the numbers is a subtle way of coming out while checking the time!

Last but not least is a Fabulous Find from a Flea Market from many years ago. Wanting a Cartier watch early in life and not being able to afford one, I saw this Fabulous copy and still like the look to this day.

Be sure to “watch” for part 2 coming soon!


Wing Liang





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Golden Globes 2013

At last, a womanly shape, not a hungry look! Jennifer Lopez shows just the right amount of cleavage in a Fabulous Zuhair Murad dress.

I’m not a fan of the Louis Vuitton dot faux mini-skirt, but Rachel Weisz’s lipstick and side parting were Fabulous.

Nicole Kidman looked heavier in a black Alexander McQueen column with a sheer panel revealing her Fabulous waist.

Sienna Miller wore a floral embellished two-piece by Erdem: it was too Sixties and not even close to Fabulous.

Helen Mirren looked Fabulous in Badgley Mischka jersey and the gold embroidery accentuated her curves.

Eva Longoria exposed a bony knee – and almost revealed more – in a Fabulous Emilio Pucci black lace gown that was slashed to her naval.

Halle Berry’s floral, asymmetric, Atelier Versace, slashed to the thigh and at the midriff with a tight bodice, was less a dress, more a Fabulous sarong.

Heidi Klum is a repeat offender when it comes to flashing too much flesh. She chose a Fabulous white Alexandre Vauthier, that was entirely to tight.

Naomi Watts chose a Fabulous deep red Zac Posen with a nude back so you can count her vertebrae.

Taylor Swift looked too old in a too-dark  Fabulous Donna Karen gown.

Anne Hathaway in a Fabulous strapless Chanel Haute Couture two-piece was as pale as oatmeal.

The Michael Kors gown was a Fabulous color that Emily Blunt wore but the bare waist was not needed.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley revealed side boob cleavage and leg in a Fabulous black gown by Saint Laurent revealing more than we needed to know.

Miranda Kerr’s red, Grecian-inspired Zuhair Murad gown was not a dress but a Fabulous napkin.

And as always, I’ll be watching . . .

Emmy Awards 2012

Emmy 2012

Heidi Klum was once again Fabulous on the red carpet. The Fabulous Alexandre Vauthier, a Parisian designer, in sea foam with a high slit was gorgeous. Fabulous Charlotte Olympia heels and Lorraine Schwartz jewelry completed one of the best looks of the evening.

Sofia Vergara knows her voluptuous body and looked Fabulous in a hand beaded Zuhair Murad teal mermaid gown. 175 carats of Neil Lane Diamond jewelry completed this Fabulous look.

Nicole Kidman looked Fabulous in Antonio Berardi.  A Fabulous sequin bodice detailed white column dress was another red carpet winner. The Christian Louboutin heels with diamond and jade earrings completed a Fabulous look.

Sarah Hyland although only 21 looked Fabulous and age appropriate in Marchesa. The champagne gown with floral details gave us another Fabulous red carpet look.

Kerry Washington looked old Hollywood Fabulous. Her sequin sparkling Vivienne Westwood gown was red carpet Fabulous.

Morena Baccarin took a red carpet chance and looked Fabulous. The risqué steel grey gown with neckline down to there and yards of chiffon was Fabulous. The David Webb Fabulous huge drop earrings, petite clutch and simple hair gave this 33 year old Brazilian native a Fabulous red carpet look.

Amy Poehler decided to show more and looked Fabulous. Her Stella McCartney black plunging neckline sequined sparkling dress gave her red carpet ready and Fabulous.

Allison Williams, daughter of NBC anchor Brian Williams, looked Fabulous on the red carpet. Her Fabulous Oscar de La Renta gown in emerald green was accented with Fred Leighton drop earrings completed her look.

Jessica Pare was old Hollywood Fabulous. Her Grecian Jason Wu white gown with black waistband was Fabulous. The simple accessories were an emerald ring and Fabulous red lip.

Ginnifer Goodwin was vintage Fabulous. The Monique Lluiller floral embroidered gown in orange was Fabulous. She knows how to accessorize with Christian Louboutin spikes, Ferragamo bag, and Pfeiffer jewelry to look Fabulous on the red carpet.

Kiernan Shipka is only 12 years old and already has Fabulous red carpet style.  Zac Posen made this Fabulous dress with David Webb brooches. She finished her Fabulous look with a David Webb ring and a Swarovski purse.

Lindsay Pulsipher looked like she cleaned her hotel room and made her dress from the flowing drapes. My favorite shade of orange by Bibhu Mohapatra missed the red carpet even with her gold strappy sandals.

Glenn Close did not even come close to red carpet ready. There was too much going on with this non flattering patterned long sleeve dress.

Elisabeth Moss looked more like she was upholstered than dressed. This flowery Dolce and Gabbana with ruffled hem and neck line was too busy, too much, and too ugly.

Tina Fey once again with the same hair, same basic make up and less than wow dress looked less than red carpet ready. The Vivenne Westwood droopy embellished neck strapless gown completed her boring look.

Archie Panjabi only needed a tiara to complete her beauty pageant look. The bright blue silky strapless gown was color perfect for her skin and hair but pageant in design.

Julianna Margulies looked like a craft project. Her Giambattista Valli couture would look better as a floral bedspread than a gown.

Lena Dunham looked dumpy, frumpy, and plumpy.  This heavy looking Prada gown did her figure no favor.

Martha Plimpton was a mess and so was her dress. The dress was ugly but her purse and earrings in black at least matched her mess of a dress.

Julianne Moore looked like she was in a Big Bird costume. The YELLOW Christian Dior gown was too much. The best of the outfit were the Fred Leighton diamonds and her bright red lips complimenting her fiery locks.

Christina Hendricks looked like a kielbasa. Too many curves in too little dress.

Zooey Deschanel was red carpet ready for Disney.  This Reem Acra strapless blue gown with far too much tulle won the Precious award for the evening.

And as always, I’ll be watching . . .

Golden Globes – 2012

Mermaid Dresses were obviously the theme for the evening. Some Mermaids were smart and sexy, others looked like a plate of sushi had exploded, scooped up and then stitched into a gown.

Salma Hayek spilled out of a glossy metallic Fabulous black-and-white strapless gown from Gucci.

Charlize Theron chose a Fabulous slit-up-to-there Christian Dior Couture gown with an elegant bow in the front, that left little to the imagination.

Madonna chose a Fabulous green and pewter Reem Acra ball gown with a cross for jewelry for the material girl.

Nicole Kidman looked Fabulous in a studded halter Versace gown, structured to Hollywood perfection.

Emma Stone wore a Fabulous Lanvin in purple and fuchsia with an eagle at the waist; the perfect dress if she has a Harley Davidson.

Nicole Richie was in a glittering column gown by Julien Macdonald beaded and Fabulous; looking like the dress was too heavy to be comfortable.

Claire Danes looked Fabulous in a custom ecru and black cap sleeve backless gown from the J. Mendel pre-fall 2012 collection with more going on with this dress than I thought possible!

Supermodel Elle Macpherson is always Fabulous and did not disappoint in this ball gown by Zac Posen looking like the way a mermaid should look.

Evan Rachel Wood wore a Fabulous feathered gown by Gucci suitable for any peacock in Hollywood.

Sofia Vergara in Vera Wang, a Fabulous blue mermaid gown hugged some of the best curves in Hollywood in all the best places.

Kate Beckinsale was in a Fabulous sparkling pale floor-length Roberto Cavalli structured and only spilling minimally.

Angelina Jolie was as always Fabulous in a white and ruby red Atelier Versace gown with lips and purse to match the ruby red accents of the gown.

****And as Always, I’ll be watching . . .


2011 Emmy Awards

And you thought I forgot???

Gwyenth Paltrow hit the Emmy Awards in an Fabulous two-piece Emilio Pucci dress with sheer tulle trim. The intricately embroidered black-and-nude dress showed toned abs and was a definite change from her typically feminine aesthetic. Sleek blond locks and glowing skin finished off the Fabulous look.

Lea Michele made a Fabulous Emmy entrance and her red carpet swagger is simply unparalleled. The Glee actress wore a sleek backless Marchesa gown with ornately layered shoulders and a romantic mermaid silhouette. The Fabulous red design was paired with a bangs and a confident pose.

Claire Danes walked the Emmy carpet in a Fabulous strapless column dress from Oscar de la Renta’s Resort 2012 collection. The blond beauty looked Fabulous with a wind-swept shoulder-length hair and let her dress speak for itself with its light-catching art deco beading.

Nina Dobrev, Vampire Diaries star wore a sensational red strapless Donna Karan gown with a dramatic train. The ravishing dress’ unexpected pleated details and gathered sweetheart bust line made it an unforgettable choice. A Fabulous diamond choker necklace and side swept curls finished off her Fabulous style.

Christina Hendricks, Mad Men‘s voluptuous star stepped onto the red carpet in a Fabulous custom silver beaded gown by Johanna Johnson. The fiery red head showed off her curves in an ornate gown screaming Old Hollywood glamour. A thigh high slit and bold red lips topped off Christina’s Fabulous  style.

Kate Winslet brought Fabulous glamour to the Emmys in a minimalist Elie Saab gown with a plunging neckline. The crimson dress hugged Kate’s curves, while still leaving plenty to the imagination. Drop earrings and a diamond bangle finished off Kate’s Fabulous look.

Julianna Margulies was Fabulous in a white Armani Prive gown with a crystal-adorned bodice. Although the column dress may have been a tad long, its sleek shape and stunning sheen made it a Fabulous red carpet choice. Julianna kept her dress the main event by opting against anything except  diamond studs.

Sarah Hayland never disappoints on the red carpet! The petite actress looked Fabulous at the Emmys in a one-shoulder salmon gown by Christian Siriano. Thick pleats and an encrusted waistband gave a Grecian feel to this Fabulous look.

Kelly Osbourne turned heads at the 2011 Emmys in a Fabulous J. Mendel gown. The *Fashion Police* star showed off her Fabulous dress’ asymmetric straps by wearing her newly lavender frosted hair in a sleek style.  Matching drop earrings and a glittery clutch were the ideal finishing touches to this Fabulous look.

Jane Krakowski please step away from the self-tanner! Looking a little too sun-kissed, 30 Rock‘s Fabulous funny girl shined in a metallic gown with a deep-v neck and a beaded hip design. After just having her first baby, Jane is Fabulous.

Sofia Vergara brought her Fabulous sizzle to the red carpet in a foxy coral Vera Wang mermaid gown with exposed tulle. The Modern Family vixen finished off her Fabulous look with long chandelier earrings and a gold cuff.

Jane Lynch. Fabulous Emmy hostess looked ultra-elegant on the red carpet in an eggplant strapless chiffon gown by David Meister. The gathered design looked Fabulous with a sweetheart neckline and was paired with a wrist-full of sparkling bangles and matching dangling earrings.

Julie Bowen sparkled on the red carpet in a low-cut Oscar de la Renta gown. As the shimmering silver and black beaded dress was Fabulous enough on its own, Julie wisely wore her hair in a Fabulous side ponytail, foregoing  baubles in favor of black earrings and a matching clutch.


And as always, I’ll be watching . . . . .



It’s not how you feel. It’s how you Look!

After a short break, Treadwell has returned.

Over the next few weeks on this blog, look for some new and exciting new reviews of fashion, people, places and things. I’ve traveled many places just in the last few months and I have stories to share. And it will not be pretty!

Until my next posting, enjoy my previous Red Carpet reviews below from past award shows.

And remember, I’m always watching . . .

Oscars 2011


BEST DRESSED: Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth positively smouldered down the red carpet in a Fabulous custom-made, sparkling gold, Calvin Klein sheath dress. The Country Strong actress, who sang at the ceremony, put in the hours on the Caribbean beach (and with personal trainer Tracy Anderson), to make sure this slinky number hit all the right notes.

RISING STAR: Hailee Steinfeld
Best supporting actress nominee, Hailee Steinfeld, wowed us again with another Fabulous red carpet choice. The 14-year-old ‘True Grit’ star is already topping our best-dressed list for 2011 and it’s only February. Her age-appropriate, magical dress by Marchesa (which she co-designed), made her look every inch the prom queen princess.

We saw a different side to Amy Adams, who normally favours a soft silhouette and delicate colours. Her Fabulous sparkling blue gown by L’WrenScott showed off every inch of her enviable frame, while its high neckline, and her elegant 1940s coiffure, kept the look on the sophisticated side ofsexy.


‘Black Swan’ star Milas Kunis’ petite frame and minimal use of makeup and accessories, assured that her Fabulous lacy lilac Elie Saab gown didn’t fall into the ‘fussy’ category. Extra points for not picking a more obvious sex-bomb gown that her to-die-for figure could easily flaunt.

THE INDIVIDUAL: Florence Welch
Singer Florence Welch, who performed at the ceremony, scored a hit in a girly cream lace Valentino, tiered gown that, on many women, could look too prim. Luckily Welch’s boyish frame and untamed hair leant a Fabulous rock & roll edge to her vintage look.

You can always rely on Cate Blanchett to make a more fashion-forward selection during award season, so it was good to see her back on the Oscars red carpet making such a successful statement. Her embellished, off-white haute couture Givenchy gown by designer Riccardo Tisci is just about the only dress from his small spring/summer collection that hasn’t made a red carpet appearance since it was shown in Paris last month, making Tisci Hollywood’s Fabulous new go-to guy.


Anne Hathaway made an uncharacteristic slip on the red carpet by coming as the matching curtains. The Oscars host made up for this bad start later in the evening, with a series of more successful Fabulous selections, but this look is best forgotten.

STYLIST’S DAY OFF: Nicole Kidman
Kidman missed the mark in her complicated Christian Dior haute couture gown. The whole look came off as a personality crisis in motion and the usually reliable red carpet queen looked like she knew it. Small mercy then in Natalie Portman’s triumph so that Nicole’s look could slide under the radar of Oscars history.

BOOBY PRIZE: Penelope Cruz
Cruz is usually such a master of awards dressing so we can only assume that this booby frock – which wouldn’t look out of place on a cruise cabaret singer – is the result of ‘baby brain’, the cruel condition which renders new mothers incapable of good judgement calls. Don’t worry Penny, I know you’ll be back on fighting form next season, and your cleavage definitely won you some new fans.

THE CLASH: Jennifer Hudson
Although Hudson is to be highly commended for her general transformation, her orange Atelier Versace dress was doing bad things to our retinas and her cleavage. Last time we saw her at the Oscars, her ample bosom was squeezed into the shape of a rugby ball; this time her slimmer, trimmer breasts are just too… out there.

THE BIG SNOOZE: Reese Witherspoon
Reese, your choice of gown is never going to offend anyone, but sadly it’s too boring to even comment on. Must try harder.

Golden Globes 2011

Pink and red together? How unexpected…and very Valentine’s Day of Natalie Portman. But the babe is glowing in this preggers-friendly, empire-waist Viktor & Rolf gown with rose detail, matching clutch and Tiffany jewels. It’s the actress’s night to be Fabulous and she pulled it off.

Breaking news: Angelina Jolie is not wearing black! After rounds of movie promotions, the actress is back in Fabulous, sparkling emerald green by Atelier Versace. Angie has worn this style before—though this one has a more vintage feel—but she always owns it, like she’s a ‘wicked queen’ ruling the red carpet.

Lea Michele just made her first major awards-show blunder. The “Glee” starlet is kind of a hot mess in this bubble-gum-pink Oscar de la Renta gown that’s fussy and not Fabulous with all the ruffles and folds, topped off with a messy side ‘do. Oh well, all the great fashionistas have to fail sometime, right?
Did we somehow get transported back to the ’90s? We remember when Sandra Bullock rocked this ‘do back during her ‘Speed’ days. And now too distracted by those bangs to focus on the Jenny Packham dress. Anyone else feeling a bit nostalgic for last awards season when Sandy was Fabulous?

This blush Armani Privé gown was custom-made for Megan Fox, was less than Fabulous. The Brian Atwood heels and Roger Vivier clutch are pretty, but the color of the dress is so blah and the details aren’t that interesting.

Now this is how it’s done! Anne Hathaway looked Fabulous in Giorgio Armani Privé gown. Yes, there’s some ‘Dynasty’ action going on with the sparkles and big shoulders, but the future Oscar host is working it.

Depend on Jennifer Lopez to bring some Fabulous divaliciousness! Am at a loss as to what to say about this Zuhair Murad gown. With all the silk chiffon draping and the sheer tulle capelet, it actually comes off kinda matronly, a word that has never applied to anything J.Lo!

While everyone else is off wearing Fabulous, pretty gowns, Helena Bonham Carter  just keeps on doing her on style. Of course the Vivienne Westwood dress on its own would have been cuckoo enough, but she ups the crazy by wearing two mismatched shoes.

Scarlett Johansson isn’t sending out the Fabulous vibe in this embeliished Elie Saab gown. It’s a pretty dress, but the flutter sleeves make it look way too matronly for this gorgeous actress. And the ‘Bride of Frankenstein’ hair further cements her look for the night, “Fright Night” that is to say.

Halle Berry gets her awards shows mixed up! Her sexy Nina Ricci bustier dress with tulle train and funky cuffs looks more suited for a show like the Grammys, not an elegant and Fabulous evening at the Golden Globes. Still this would be tacky, trying-too-hard style.

Nicole Kidman in a simple, single-shoulder Prada gown really makes one wish for days long ago when she used to bring glamour to the red carpet. In a vanilla piece with a little bow, almost no jewelry and uninspiring hair, she is not Fabulous.