Kate Winslet

Kate Winslet has been wearing those beautiful dresses and gowns which enhance and accentuate her toned and honed silhouette.

For the New York premiere of The Reader on December 3rd, Kate wore a bandage dress designed by Herve Leger. Next up was on December 16th for the Los Angeles premiere of Revolutionary Road when She was wearing a body-con stretch dress tethered with a diamante strap by Christopher Decarnin for Balmain. Then, another astonishing look was a strapless gown by Stefano Pilati for Yves Saint Laurent for those Golden Globes on January 11th.

She followed this carper look with her appearance at the London premiere of Revolutionary Road, on January 18th, in a daring, bondage-style Little Black Dress with corset-style straps which held her cleavage in a criss-cross embrace, designed by Narciso Rodrigues who is also a favourite designer of America’s New First Lady, Michelle Obama. Then came the Rodriguez sequel – a plunge-fronted cobalt-blue gown for the SAG Awards a week later.

A more intriguing subject than the prediction of her two nominations for Leading Actress is the feverish anticipation about her choice of dress and just how much of those famous breast will be unsheathed for the posse of photographers.

Ms Winslet’s breasts have become so famous that many call them as her two Golden Globe award. Even Oprah Winfrey praised Winslet’s breasts to the sky, when the actress appeared on the Oprah show recently. Oprah said that she loved them for being ‘real’.

For a provocative Steven Meisel photo shoot for Vanity Fair’s December issue, Kate Winslet appeared as a modern version of Catherine Deneuve in ‘Belle De Jour’. She was almost naked that she was only wearing black stockings and stilettos and sprawled on a fur rug. It’s another prove to carve out Miss Winslet’s new image as a Blonde Bombshell.

The best prediction is that Kate will wear the design of Ben De Lisi, an American-born, London-based red carpet specialist, who was the first person to truly understand the curvaceous charms of Kate Winslet. It was De Lisi who designed the ‘Lady in Red’ short slink which the actress wore to the Oscars in 2002 and which made the Hit Lists of all the important style pages.

However, a spokesman for the house said they had not been contacted and were not dressing Kate Winslet for the Baftas.

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