I Know Who You're Wearing

Photo by: Eamonn McCormack/WireImage, Charley Gallay/WireIma
Hervé Léger-
Let's start with an easy one. Hervé Léger became famous in 1985 for -- you guessed it -- the Bandage dress. Look for... more 
Photo by: Eamonn McCormack/WireImage, Charley Gallay/WireIma
Hervé Léger-
Let's start with an easy one. Hervé Léger became famous in 1985 for -- you guessed it -- the Bandage dress. Look for tighter-than-tight strips of fabric in every color of the rainbow, molded into creative and imaginative shapes. The young Hollywood crowd is Léger's demo. Wearers are often extremely toned, body-confident and very trend-driven. less 
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Thu, Oct 6, 2011 3:36 PM EDT
If you're like me, you have little interest in activities like bird-watching, say, or aviation-tracking, which require high-intensity concentration and a sharp eye, yet you DO have a knack for correctly identifying designers on the red carpet. If you happen to lack this useful and expertly-honed skill, consider the following information your awards season cheat sheet. Each designer has his or her own calling card. While a general goal in executing a collection is to achieve something different than the season prior, there are tell-tale stylistic themes that are unique to each person's art form. Some of these themes are pointed out for you in the gallery below. Welcome to your new hobby.
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