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  1. Anonymous at | | Reply

    This elegant woman is twice the age of 98% of the inexperienced, childish twits who walk the red carpet, or who feel compelled, or qualified, to make fashion comments. She obviously chooses to adorn herself according to what makes her feel comfortable.

    What “choice of clothes” DO you get? Cate Blanchett or Teri Hatcher’s upholstry? Ellen Page’s dull, plain black, or Sandra Oh, wrapped up like a baby shower gift? Perhaps you “get” Jane Krakowsky’s Birthday Cake!

    Debra Messing looked stunning. Ms. Burstyn did too. Perhaps when you reach her age you will “get it,” but I guarantee, unlike her, you will no longer be in Hollywood

  2. nikki at | | Reply

    i luv her earring..but even indian ppl dun wear such heavy necklaces…but nonetheless tht women has class and taste tho…

    im jus glad india is seen on the red carpets

  3. Anonymous at | | Reply

    Hmm… Should I say I have no intention of ripping into elderly – especially someone who is so dignified and accomplished.

  4. Sudha at | | Reply

    true girls… what she’s wearing is fitting for someone her age. and u can’t expect very traditional indian jewellery to go with any kind of western clothing. nevertheless, i think she pulls it off very well, way better than a lot of (and younger) hollywood actresses who pair their indian/amrapali jewels with long flowing gowns and mismatched colours

  5. Anonymous at | | Reply

    Well no one is contesting the fact that she is an elegant, striking woman but hey the fact still remains that while she is all dignified and elegant, her clothes are sort of strange and that jewelry while beautiful just doesn’t gel! she still pulls it off i guess, maybe because once you get that age, who cares??!! Even then, strange outfit, strange choice of jewelry!

  6. Anonymous Too at | | Reply

    I agree with the “anonymous” above…get over it people…you have to be blind to see that the clothes are an octogenarian mess!

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