Saturday, March 8, 2014

Styling at the Oscars

Styling a celebrity for the most important cinematography event of the year, the Academy Awards "The Oscars", is not an easy job. The actresses will only trust a guru in fashion on how to dress from head to toe.
It's a preparation that takes weeks of fittings, choosing a designer for the gown, the jewelry that compliments the dress and choosing the right hair and make up.

Winner for Best Picture at the Academy Awards 12 Years A Slave actress Kelsey Scott was styled by Chappell.  He has been styling celebrities for the past 20 years in Hollywood, Asia and all around the world and is also the designer for ARIDO Jewelry.

For the Oscars appearance Chapell chose for Kelsey a beautiful elegant gown designed by Gordana Gehlhausen.

Kelsey Scott with her Glam squad moments before attending the Oscars wearing ARIDO Jade earrings with Jesse Raphael on the right.

Most A-list actresses switched dresses for the Vanity Fair Oscars after party. For this occasion Chappell has chosen for Kelsey Scott an angelic, beautiful gown designed by Gordana Gehlhausen.
Chappell complimented her figure by choosing an 18kt yellow gold hand carved Aquamarine pendant by ARIDO Jewelry. 
Aquamarine represents the beauty of the blue ocean of Maui and the sea of Tahiti. It protects all who travel by water, it opens the channels of clear and heart felt communication and connects all things related to heaven.

Kelsey Scott moments before heading to the Vanity Fair Oscars Party

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Photo Courtesy of Instagram and Thomas Chapell.


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