It’s not often I’m wowed by Mary J Blige, but this is very much a wow moment.
The singer looked stunning wearing a black Gucci Spring 2010 halter gown with jeweled leather harness neckline detail.
Potato sack is the first thing that springs to mind when I see Eva Mendes wearing her modified slouchy grey Calvin Klein Spring 2010 dress.
I personally preferred the dress on the runway, but it’s just not a red carpet look.
And as if the look wasn’t bad enough she adds shoe-boots to the mix.
Iman wows again for the 3rd time in a row wearing a dusty rose Michael Kors sparkler.
I say it every time, but its amazing how ridiculously gorgeous this woman looks every time she hits the red carpet.
Emmy Rossum’s blew me away looking spectacular wearing a draped golden Donna Karan gown which make her look like a Grecian goddess.
Evan Rachel Wood smoldered in a burgundy Gucci gown with antique gold fringe detail on on sleeve.
She looked poised and elegant with her hair swept back into an slick updo, pairing the gown with a gold python clutch with bamboo tassel detail to match her dress.
Gucci ‘s Creative Director Frida Giannini received a “Design Star Honoree” award at this event.
Wearing a self-designed Gucci mini dress paired with a Gucci clutch and Gucci Fall 2009 heels, she posed with James Franco and Mary J Blige who both wore Gucci.
A very demure Gwen Stefani wore a LBD with a rise and fall hem, paired with YSL black patent Trib Two’s and her L.A.M.B clutch.
I was trying to work out what was so different about Gwen’s look, then it hit me.
She’s not wearing her trademark red lipstick, instead she opted for a nude shade.
Although I like this look, she has totally thrown me by being so unpredictable.
Dita von Teese was typically beautiful sticking to her trademark red lip.
The Burlesque beauty wore a black vintage gown, with a head piece by Stephen Jones.
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