The School Of American Ballet’s Winter Ball, New York
I was not crazy about the L’Wren Scott Fall 2009 collection. Too many similar dresses in different colours from past seasons put me off.
Thankfully Sarah Jessica Parker picked one of the best pieces. She wore this slinky body-hugging L’Wren Scott Fall 2009 green snake print dress, with a feathered stole, and strappy Christian Louboutin for L’Wren Scott heels from the collection.
Her look was complete with leather driving gloves, and a diamond bracelet.
Some might say given their ages, it should be Blake Lively wearing the tight sexy L’Wren Scott dress, and SJP should have worn this black plunging Ralph Lauren gown, but life’s just not that black and white.
“Dragonball Evolution” World Premiere
If feels like forever since we last saw Emmy Rossum on the red carpet, but I am glad she kept up her sex kitten look.
The actress wore a blue strapless mini vintage Emanuel Ungaro Couture dress, that no doubt wowed the crowds.
Her hair was slicked back, so we could see her exquisite earrings.
“Sunshine Cleaning” LA Premiere
Emily Blunt and Amy Adams play sisters in this movie, but they couldn’t have looked more different at this premiere.
Emily channeled her romantic side, with a pretty strapless Basil Soda dress, with a gorgeous ruffled bodice.
Whilst Amy opted for a slick in a white Burberry trouser suit.
I don’t recall seeing Amy in a suit before, but it’s a look that really works for her.
“Knowing” New York Premiere
I couldn’t find one picture of Rose Byrne’s smiling. Which is surprising, because I would be, if I wore her strapless Christian Cota Fall 2008 feathered dress.
The maroon dress is outstanding, and the details are exquisite.
“33 Variations” Broadway Opening Night, New York
Rose McGowan wears a black satin and tulle strapless dress from her favourite designers Dolce & Gabbana.
Her look is completed with a jeweled belt from their Spring 2009 collection, and a very questionable pair of brown pumps.
Way to spoil a look McGowan.