Amy Adams was glowing in a perfectly golden gown and we are obsessed
We not only love Amy Adams, but also her wardrobe. Amy Adams was glowing in a perfectly golden gown and we are obsessed. She wore it to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ 8th Annual Governors Awards in Hollywood on November 12th, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
In true Amy form, the actress was enchanting and beautiful. And, she’s versatile. One day, Amy’s doing the “Singer Whisper Challenge” with Jimmy Fallon. Another, she’s dazzling us on the red carpet in pure fashion magic.
And what are the Governors Awards, you may be wondering? They’re awards conferred by the Academy’s Board of Governors, according to Oscars.org. Recipients are announced in the summer, and the event to honor them is held in November. This year, the honorees were Jackie Chan, Anne V. Coates, Lynn Stalmaster, and Frederick Wiseman.
Let’s take a look at Amy’s dress. Stunning, right?
Is it just us, or does she looks like a cross between a Greek goddess and a princess? (Fitting since she played Princess Giselle in Enchanted!)
And close-up, too, you can see the dress detail.
In other news, ICYMI, Amy is now starring in Arrival. It’s a sci-fi film about Louise Banks (Adams), a linguistics professor whose life changes when UFOs come to Earth. And her role? The U.S. Army sends her to try to communicate with the aliens (!).
One thing’s for sure — whether Amy’s in an alien world or ours, she def gives us #FashionGoals.