2011 February 24

Yet Again, Oscar's Greenroom Goes Chic

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The Oscars may look fabulous onstage and at the lavish parties to follow, but the handsomest quarters of all are behind the scenes. The ninth annual Architectural Digest Greenroom was dolled up this year by interior designer Michael S. Smith, who revamped the White House for the Obama clan. Harkening back to the 1940s, the dark wood and plush furnishings evoke a refined library. Quite the apropos setting to nurse a dirty martini in a couture gown while glancing over your acceptance speech talking points. If only all green rooms were this glammed up!



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