I will guess some of you won’t like that Lara Bingle wore a head-to-necklace-to-clutch-to-toe Louis Vuitton Spring 2009 look.
I agree she could have broken it up a little, but I do love this purple and orange striped sweater with gold mini-skirt, and Spicy heels look. She really stood out at this event.
She was so chic, and perfectly co-ordinated.
I love Dannii Minogue’s warrior princess look, with the silver embellished fingerless PVC gloves.
I would have preferred a pair of really fierce gladiators, or edgy Nicholas Kirkwood-type heels with her silver J’Aton Couture dress.
The black peep-toes Louboutin’s are such a safe choice, for such an edgy futuristic couture dress.
Red carpet host Audrina Patridge, arrived wearing a black strapless Valentino Red dress, with Balmain Crystal embellished studded sandals.
She later changed before entering the press room. On this occasion she sparkled in a gold paillette covered Alberto Makali dress.
MTV presenter Ruby Rose, rolled out the carpet from the back of her dress to kick start this event.
Her actual dress was a gold mini dress, as seen above with Audrina.
Ruby’s hair is identical to the look Rihanna sported to the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards.
I was worried Australian designer Collette Dinnigan wasn’t going to be represented on the red carpet, until I saw Jessica Mauboy arrive wearing a Fall 2009 sheer mini dress, with embroidered lace details, and an embellished skirt.
The singers look was complete with YSL trib two’s, and a silver Prada paillette clutch.
I’m really not fond of Delta Goodrem’s hair extensions, because they’re too obvious. A layered look would have graduated her hair to be less conspicuous.
Any way onto the dress. Delta wore a forest green and brown maxi by Australian designer Alex Perry. The maxi looks very elegant on her tall and slender frame.
Duffy really should have saved this look for an art gallery opening or something equally less rock n’ roll.
What happen to her?
Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz wear matching black looks.