23/02/2015
"IDGAF"

Words by

TABATHA TURNER

It’s Award's Season! That time of the year when movie stars flock to American shores to collect their $125k gift bags and sit through hours of mediocre commentary.

By Oscars night, filmmakers, musicians, and tv stars are pretty hungover from the Golden Globes and the SAG Awards. They’ve been dressed-up, analysed, ripped apart, happy-drunk (or sad-drunk), primped, primed, sucked-in and spent hours subjecting themselves to the wear and tear of utter competition.

This Style-Vibes is dedicated to the last 11 years of Oscars glam; the stars that tried, and those who plain didn't and simply said ‘idgaf’ to the Academy and the dress-code.

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