It may have been the GQ Gentlemen’s Ball, but I only had eyes for the ladies.
Rachel Zoe & Brad are huge fans of Prabal Gurung – as so they should be – so it’s never a surprise to see them dress their clients in Gurung’s stunning creations.
Demi Moore has had a few shaky moments on the red carpet, most notably her Lanvin look a few weeks ago, but she’s back to her stunning best wearing a black and white floral print Prabal Gurung Spring 2010 halter neck dress.
The double black and white bows could be a bit overwhelming on some, but it’s so adorable on Demi.
Demi wore black peep-toes and carried a crystallized black clutch, but her ultimate accessory was her gorgeous husband Ashton Kutcher.
Without question she is up for BDOTW.
There was a time when I used to cringe every time I saw Emmy Rossum on the red carpet, now she’s really come into her own.
You hardly ever see her in bandage dresses nor does she don bold shoulders. She does her own thing and never follows the crowd.
This individuality means she totally captivating to watch on the red carpet.
On this occasion she blows me away wearing a black fitted Salvatore Ferragamo Fall 2009 turtle neck dress with mesh cut-out details which is really quite sexy.
I never thought turtle necks could be sexy until now.
She’s just made picking 10 looks for BDOTW that much harder.
Chanel Iman’s peachy pink strapless Ralph Lauren Fall 2009 dress with a embroidered bodice and a lace skirt has a vintage feel to it which I really love.
On Chanel’s last model face-off she lost against Isabeli Fontana in Versace, but she wins here against Anna Selezneva.
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