“Night At The Museum: Battle Of The Smithsonian” Washington Premiere
Amy Adams wore a RM by Roland Mouret Fall 2009 gown, for her premiere.
I love the pin-tuck detailing, and the pale lilac colour against her porcelain skin, but her hair isn’t glowing like it normally does.
The Caudwell Children Butterfly Ball, London
Elizabeth Hurley wore a silk Salvatore Ferragamo Spring 2009 pink strapless gown, which was gathered above the waist with a circular clasp.
She kept her jewelery to a minimum, with a silver bracelet which matched her VBH envelope clutch.
“Seven Days” Tokyo Stage Greeting, Japan
It’s just not fair that Yunjin Kim looks so flawless with such minimal make-up.
The Lost actress opted for a black Gucci Spring 2009 asymmetrical dress, which like Liz’ gown, was gathered at the waist with a gold clasp.
Gucci Iman metallic T-strap sandals from the Fall 2009 collection, complete the look.
46664 & The Nelson Mandela Foundation Launches “Mandela Day”, LA
Marisa Tomei never fails to pull out all the stops on the red carpet, but this outfit doesn’t completely work for me. I love how she’s working the 80s shoulder pads in her blazer, but I’m not so crazy about the pants.
The masculine suit is made demure by a tidy up-do, and a sheer blouse.
“Late Show with David Letterman”, New York
Teri Hatcher opted for a classic, figure-hugging Moschino Cheap and Chic black strapless crepe dress with microdots.
This is a classic case of making a big statement with a simple LBD.
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