Filed under: The Fashion Statement
Bazookas. Bazooms. Village-feeders (thank you, Chris Rock). Whatever you call 'em, they've been spotted everywhere on the red carpet these last few months.
There was so much cleavage at the Golden Globes Sunday night, it's as if the invitation specified "globes" in the dress code. Mariah Carey (pictured above in a black Herve Leger number), Halle Berry, Christina Aguilera and Fergie formed a committee that surely played a role in TV ratings, particularly among the male demographic.
At the Grammy's Nominations concert back in December, things were no tamer. Katy Perry no doubt upstaged an act or two with ample bosoms spilling out of a white, embroidered gown. Before that, Ciara let her boobs do the talking at MOCA's 30th Anniversary Gala in L.A. while Demi Lovato got majorly chesty at the Peoples Choice Awards, 2010.
Even the fashion first crowd (those generally prefer style over exposure) -- Nicole Kidman, Chloe Sevigny and Kelly Rutherford -- have gotten busty on the party circuit. In Sevigny's case, boobs popped out of a librarian-like sweater set and sat atop a mid-length skirt at the Prada Book Launch Cocktail party in Beverly Hills a few months ago. Kidman was all about pushing them up at the Country Music Awards last November.
Gallery: The Fashion Statement--1/21/10