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Celebrity Fashion - Amy Adams Explains Red Carpet Strategy

By Staff
Mar 9, 2014
Amy Adams poses on the red carpet.

Amy Adams usually looks flawless on the red carpet in the beautiful actress has explained her strategy for fashion while posing in front of so many cameras.

Amy says she likes her red carpet dresses to make her ''feel womanly''.

The 'American Hustle' star has stunned in a number of gorgeous gowns during awards season this year and claims there are a handful of designers - including Antonio Berardi, Roland Mouret and Victoria Beckham - she turns to when looking for the perfect dress.

She said: ''There are certain designers who I refer to as zip-ons, designers who I have zipped on many times.

''I like to feel supported and all those designers I just mentioned have some internal structure that accentuates, rather than squishes. I want something that makes me feel womanly.''

The 39-year-old actress - who missed out on the Academy Award for Best Actress at the Oscars last Sunday (02.03.14) - also admitted he's become more comfortable with walking the red-carpet now that she's done it so many times.

She told British VOGUE magazine: ''I've relaxed a bit more over time ... I don't like that it's become a sport, and that every aspect of you is picked apart, but I like working with designers to create a look.

''By the end of the process, you feel like an extension of their creation, so you step onto the red carpet thinking that, rather than it all being about you.''

© Bang Showbiz

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