Words often fail me when there’s a chance to write about Jessica Chastain, one of the most talented actresses today.
I was mesmerized when I came across the look she had on for the 2019’s Goldene Kamera held at the Tempelhof Airporton March 30, 2019 in Berlin, Germany.
She enchanted the crowd with an Elie Saab electric blue gown made out of a sweetheart neckline, cinched waist and a layered skirt with a dramatic train and thigh-high split from the Spring 2019 Couture collection. Everything was paired with René Caovilla Celebrita Plato multi-strass sandals.
She accessorized the look with an excellent choice of Piaget jewelry: an elegant set from the Piaget Mediterranean Garden High Jewellery collection in 18K white gold set with diamonds, emeralds and tourmalines as well as a massive diamond ring from the Sunny Side of Life High Jewellery collection set with one cushion-cut emerald from Colombia of 9.75 cts.
On a more technical note, her makeup artist Mary Greenwell detailed her makeup process on her Instagram and I’ll gladly report it here:
” – Skin prep by 111SKIN;
– Armani Beauty lipstick #400;
– Lipliner: Huda Beauty;
– Foundation: Chanel Beauty Water Tint;
– Blush: Guerlain N°1 bronzer;
– Mascara: Sensai Beauty 38degrees mascara.”
During the ceremony Chastain was awarded the prize for Best International Actress.
The Goldene Kamera (Golden Camera) is an annual German film and television award, awarded by the Funke Mediengruppe. The award show is usually held in early February in Hamburg, but has also taken place in Berlin in the past.
The award was first presented in 1966 as a strictly German television award. Since 1987, it has also been awarded to international stars. In 1995, the categories expanded to pop groups and to more public interests.
The award show was due to end in 2020 because of a change in media consumption preferences, but because of COVID-19 there is still no set date for a closing award show; the celebration is now focused on digital content.