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Back when "Flying Was Fun" Alexandra Smythe and Cate Clarke were Flight Attendants with a Major International Carrier. Prior to Private Jets coming into vogue, Alexandra and Cate traveled in the First Class World, meeting and greeting the top celebrities, politicians who would become Presidents, nouveau riche, and yes the occasional Headline Grabbing Criminal in Handcuffs!

What the two ladies viewed and experienced became fodder for the School of Flaunt, so much money, such bad taste and oh those terrible manners. Something had to be done! Hence, The School of Flaunt Handbook was born. Read More

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Where were the Globes?

Category: SOF Divas’ Diaries ®  |  Permalink

Published: Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Where were the Globes?

Did you watch the Golden Globes, students? Well we tell you it was on at our homes and we were flabbergasted! The stars and starlets were lovely, classically coifed and little or no globes in site! Yes, cleavage was doable and appropriate.

We have said before, in Chapter One on Wardrobe in The School of Flaunt Handbook, that too much cleavage is tacky! Seems the designers are listening and the stylists are paying attention too. Now there was plenty to diss about, please. We did not love a certain one arm design on Julianne Moore and January Jones's Versace red flaps showing lots of skin. January we know you are in shape. No need to flaunt it with your roughed in outfit. Could you remove the skirt and have a swim suit?

Then there was Helena Bonham's hairdo, reminded us of the Bride of Frankenstein and the finally nail in the coffin was her disappointing Halloween costume replete with mismatched shoes! She is such a beautiful woman but what was she thinking? Stylist next time please!

Arms were covered, trains were workable, many commenting on how comfy they felt in their designer duds. Modern Family's Sophia Vergara looked lovely in her red gown by Vera Wang. Such a credit to her knowledge of great style. Olivia Wilde was gorgeous in the deep chocolate sequined strapless Marchesa gown with Christian Loubiton golden shoes! Perfection. Halley Berry was in a darling short do with a fitted Nina Ricci gown that caused Al Rocker to wake up and take notice, but all done well.

The undeniable royalty of the evening were Catherine Zeta-Jones and her husband Michael Douglas. They looked wonderful, true stars. Catherine's dress was emerald perfection. (Many emerald dresses were seen and enjoyed on Mila Kunis, Elizabeth Moss and Angelina Jolie.) Meanwhile, Michael, who has just beaten throat cancer, looked happy and healthy. We enjoyed his comment "there must be a better way to get a standing ovation!" Kudos.

Although all the dresses were beyond compare, the jewels were MIA? Where were you Neal Lane, Cartier, Harry Winston? OR did those who formerly donned your wears not give you credit on the Red Carpet? We shudder to think of such a faux pas!

Let's not forget Ladies of a certain age. Jane Fonda as always looked remarkable. She has admitted to having plastic surgery. All we want to know is who is her flaunt fab Doctor! Please Jane inquiring SOF minds want to know. And we do give credit to Annette Benning for having the courage to wear her glasses. Now the hair style, NO!

In conclusion, we were very pleased to report that even though Ricky Gervaise was snarking his heart out, all the stars looked lovely and behaved beautifully. Touché to Robert Downey Jr. for putting Ricky in his place. We are proud of you Mr. Downey. You should be admired and lauded for beating your demons. And apparently there are quite a few in Hollywood? Always fun to see how the Hollywood Foreign Press puts us in our place.

One of the happiest moments was the win by Jim Parson's of Big Bang Theory! What a great guy and never disappoints! Small aside, we met Jim in San Diego and he was fantastic! He spoke at the University of San Diego Graduation and totally won all our hearts. So wonderful to see him succeed.

Your Flaunt Reporters,

Cate & Alexandra

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