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10 Best Sofia Vergara Red Carpet Looks of All Time

With the 75th Golden Globes awards ceremony right around the corner, we‘re starting to get hyped about what our favorite celebs will be wearing to the show. So we decided to look back at some of the best looks our favorite Colombiana has pulled off on the Red Carpet in the past… isn‘t she always on point!? Here’s the 20 best Sofia Vergara Red Carpet looks of all time.

1. Blue Mermaid

Source: Sofia Vergara in Vera Wang – 69th Annual Golden Globes Awards 2012. Digital Image. LookPurdy. February 7, 2012.

As we all know Sofia Vergara is no stranger to Vera Wang gowns, so it was no surprise when she showed up wearing a navy blue strapless mermaid dress to the 69th edition of the Golden Globe Awards ceremony in 2012.

2. Spectacular in Silver

Source: See All the Red Carpet Arrivals at the 2012 Met Gala So Far. Digital Image. PopSugar. May 8, 2012.

Back in the spring of 2012 she wowed everyone when she showed up wearing a silver embroidered Marchesa tulle gown to the Met Gala.

3. Greek Goddess

Source: Sofia Vergara takes the plunge in glamorous gown at Met Gala. Digital Image. Daily Mail. May 4, 2015.

Even Greek Goddesses would be jealous of how she looked wearing this Marchesa dyed silk tulle and rose gold thread gown she chose for the 2015 Met Gala.

4. Vintage Glam

Source: Sofia Vergara’s Best Red Carpet Looks of All Time. Digital Image. Style Bistro. January 15, 2012.

Serving Latina Jessica Rabbit at the 63rd DGA Awards ceremony with a Monique Lhuillier smokey grey lace gown.

5. Sparkling Beauty

Source: Sofia Vergara. Digital Image. IMDB. November 11, 2011.

Shining bright like a diamond with this Reem Acra embroidered silver strapless gown she wore to the 12th Latin Grammy Awards in 2011.

6. Chic in Coral

Source: 63rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Digital Image. Zimbio. September 17, 2011.

Looking like a true princess in this coral Vera Wang custom gown with one-shoulder chiffon detail and Colombian emerald earrings that she wore to the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards ceremony.

7. Warrior Princess

Source: 2014 SAG Awards Red Carpet From the Lovely to the Cringeworthy. Digital Image. Bustle. January 18, 2014.

Giving some warrior princess realness in this Donna Karan Atelier beaded gown at the 2014 SAG Awards.

8. Shades of Red

Source: 59 Reasons Why Joe Manganiello Can’t Keep His Hands Off Sofia Vergara. Digital Image. Popsugar. July 8, 2014.

Looking stunning in this sexy off the shoulder red and maroon Carolina Herrera gown at the 2010 SAG Awards.

9. Black Dahlia

Source: Sofia Vergara pairs a Zac Posen ball gown. Digital Image. My Face Hunter. January 13, 2014.

How you ever wondered how would Ursula look like if she was a beautiful, sexy and poised latina? Well here you have it! This Zac Posen ball gown she wore to the 71st Golden Globe Awards is the perfect example.

10. Midas Touch

Source: Sofia Vergara’s Zuhair Murad Dress at the 2017 Golden Globes. Digital Image. Popsugar. January 10, 2017.

Who could forget this year‘s Zuhair Murad‘s gold embroidered gown with cold-shoulder detailing she wore at the the Golden Globes. She looked like a character straight outta Saint Seiya.

This Vogue Exhibit — Featuring A Gorgeous Portrait Of Yalitza Aparicio — Is Now Open In Mexico City

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This Vogue Exhibit — Featuring A Gorgeous Portrait Of Yalitza Aparicio — Is Now Open In Mexico City

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Any designer will tell you that art and fashion often go hand-in-hand. Through the ages, art has reflected so much about society and history solely through the clothing and architecture depicted by oils and pastels. From the runways of Paris and Milan to the pages of VOGUE, the composition, color, and forms of the latest fashions often show us that they are equivalent to the most iconic works of art created by the most masterful fine artists.

Now, Vogue is yet again showing us the relationship between art and fashion with its brand new “Vogue Like a Painting” exhibit.

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The exhibition is being shown at Mexico City’s historic Franz Mayer Museum from now until September 15, 2019. The sample of 65 images is a representation of the greatest photographs to manifest in VOGUE during its past 20 years as a publication.  The magazine’s archives were thoroughly examined to find the most impactful, most artistically composed and most striking pictures to be taken by photographers during their time at VOGUE.

Over the last two decades, some of the most iconic photographers ever have collaborated with the publication. Annie Leibovitz, Paolo Roversi, Tim Walker, Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, Steven Klein, Sheila Metzner, Cecil Beaton, and Edward Steichen are some of the many big name artists who have captured moments for VOGUE. They have contributed easily some of the most recognizable images that the magazine has printed and their work will be available to view at the “Vogue Like a Painting” event.

Karla Martinez de Salas, editorial director of Vogue Mexico and Latin America, had this to say about the art exhibition:

“I have always believed in the power of images, in that inexplicable magic of telling stories without words that allow us to inspire and make us dream. From a painting signed by Goya, to an image photographed by Tim Walker or Paolo Roversi, it is these beautiful visual records of fashion and culture that are truly treasured in our memory and heart.”

What all of these images have in common are distinct characteristics that are traditionally attributed to paintings and other works of fine art.

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Their narratives, details and subject matter are approached the same way a master would address a canvas. At first glance, some of these pictures don’t even look like photographs. The stylistic techniques used to capture the subject are implemented as authentically as possible — staying true to the artistic elements artists are trained in.

The compositions also invoke comparisons to different artists and art periods. Split into genres like portraiture and landscapes, artistic movements like Renaissance painting, Rococo art, and even Pre-Raphaelite works are mirrored by these photos. The images in “Vogues Like a Painting” evoke masters such as Magritte, Degas, Dalí, Botticelli and Zurbarán. Their use of light, space, color and figure drawing are mimicked by the pictures on display — making these pieces completely at home in the museum.

Of these breath-taking pictures, a gorgeous portrait of Yalitza Aparicio can also be viewed.

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This image of Yalitza Aparicio comes from a spread by the photographers Santiago & Mauricio and was published back in January 2019. The actress was the first Indigenous woman to appear on the cover of VOGUE. Displayed in the “Vogue Like a Painter” exhibit, the portrait draws comparisons to Da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa.” The steady stare, the use of light and dark and the positioning of her body is reminiscent of the mysterious woman in the Italian master’s piece. We can even see the influence of Frida Kahlo’s self-portraits reflected in the photograph of the “Roma” star.

Debbie Smith, the curator of the “Vogue Like a Picture” exhibit spoke with VOGUE MEXICO about the inclusion of Aparicio’s portrait and how historic the actress’ fashion shoot was for the magazine, fashion and art.

“I was so shocked by the cover of Yalitza, it ‘s one of the most important things that Vogue has done in recent decades … It was impeccable. I have the file saved in my mind.”

As if these beautiful pictures weren’t enough, the exhibition also includes two dresses by Alexander McQueen — one of them never before displayed — as well as another three gowns by Comme des Garçons, Christian Lacroix and Nina Ricci. These pieces were borrowed especially for the “Vogue Like a Painting” exhibit. If you can get to Mexico City for this show, definitely give it a look. It is without a doubt one of the most historic mixtures of art and fashion to be seen today.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=twdG7xRE2TY

[VIDEO] Resurfaced Clip of Sofia Vergara Being Harassed by Gordon Ramsay and Jay Leno, Still El Peor

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[VIDEO] Resurfaced Clip of Sofia Vergara Being Harassed by Gordon Ramsay and Jay Leno, Still El Peor

In a resurfaced video of Sofia Vergara appearing as a guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno in 2010, Vergara, appears visibly uncomfortable and annoyed at various times during the interview. Vergara’s discomfort is particularly easy to see now in 2018, as a result of increased awareness created by the #MeToo movement, and the ouster of men in powerful positions for sexual misconduct: Matt Lauer (NBC), Charlie Rose (CBS), Harvey Weinstein (The Weinstein Company), Russell Simmons (Def Jam Recordings), and Kevin Spacey (Netflix) to name a few. In light of increased cultural awareness about sexual harassment and consent, people seem to be viewing the Vergara clip with a fresh set of eyes.

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