Best Dressed Award
Diane Kruger has been experimenting with shorter hemlines and edgier pieces, but last night she opted for ethereal elegance as she glided down the red carpet wearing an asymmetrical Donna Karan Spring 2010 gown.
Look as the way she’s working the hell out of this gown.
That backward S shape she’s making with her body is fully showing off the magnificent of this gown.
I knew she was only warming up at previous events.
Best Mini Award
Zoe Saldana has been on fire since the start of her “Star Trek” promo tour back in April last year, and that flame is still burning ever so brightly.
I was in a three-way split as to who to give the Best Dressed to – Diane, Zoe or Marion.
Diane got the vote, but Zoe was a very close second.
The “Avatar” actress wore a delightful Jason Wu Spring 2010 ivory mini draped foil dress with puffy sleeves, a bubble hem skirt and a black sash tied to the waist.
Her look was paired with Christian Louboutin white peep-toes with a black and yellow trim and animal print velvet bow which are oh so very cute.
Ding Ding Ding Jackpot Award
Dior + Marion Cotillard = Red Carpet Perfection.
This is the moment I have been waiting for since it was the ladies of the movie “Nine” started their promotional tour.
The stunning French actress wowed in a Christian Dior Spring 2010 two tone bustier gown, with gold embellishments fanning out over the skirt.
I love the pink clutch, but not so crazy about those necklaces.
Keeping It Simple Award
Abbie Cornish wore an Elie Saab Spring 2010 black sheath dress with structured shoulders paired with Bally criss cross heels.
I would’ve loved to have seen Abbie inject a bit of colour into this look via the clutch or shoes, but all in all I don’t hate this look
I’m however slightly disappointed that the subtle details of the dress are totally lost on the red carpet.
Emily Blunt loves to shine on the red carpet. We often we see her in heavily embellished looks.
On this occasion she wore a Georges Chakra Fall 2009 Couture sequined dress, with fish-scale embroidery detail around the hem of the skirt.
I think this dress would’ve worked better for Emily had it been strapless, as I’m not so crazy about sheer yokes.
I’m crazy about her Diego Dolcini strappy heels though.
Most Disappointing Award
As much as we love Julianne Moore, I just couldn’t fall in love with this red Lanvin Spring 2010 dress on her.
On the runway the dress is très magnifique, but the details fall flat off the runway therefore making lose interest in the dress.
Slowing Becoming A Red Carpet Favourite Award
Anna Kendrick walked the red carpet wearing an Elie Saab black knit gown.
Again you can barely make out the lace details on the skirt of the gown.
My only problem with this gown is the double straps, because it looks like she’s wearing a strappy vest top under her gown.
On The Fence Award
Carey Mulligan’s certainly makes this Marni black taffeta waterfall draped black gown work for her and her unique style.
The Marni accessories are the only thing stopping me from disliking this look.
It appears she loves the same designers as Anna Wintour – Prada, Thakoon and Marni.
Ravishing In Red Award
No matter what Heather Graham wears always she injects a LOT of sexy appeal into her look.
Her asymmetrical red dress may look a lot plain, but the gold clutch and sultry pose make the overall look more appealing.
Best Shoes Award
I love the black fringe corseted Alberta Ferretti dress Sandra Bullock wore this event, but I think it fails to flatter her.
Her black satin Casadei platform heels are to-die-for.
Gabourey Sidibe walked the red carpet wearing a black satin cocktail Tadashi Shoji dress with a nude and black embroidered cap-sleeve bodice.
She completed the look with black sandals and a black satin shawl.
Still Got IT Award
I have goosebumps on my goosebumps marveling at how A-Friggin-Mazing Susan Sarandon looked wearing a sexy Dolce & Gabbana LBD.
It’s a style we’ve seen numerous of times on the red carpet, but that takes nothing away from how stunning Susan looks.
After her break up with Tim Robbins something tells me this was a statement making dress.
Yet Another LBD Award
After Ashley Greene gave us our first red carpet look at the J.Mendel Pre-Fall 2010 collection this week, Claire Danes gave us a second look.
She presented alongside Zachary Quinto wearing a J.Mendel Pre-Fall 2010 black dress with a draped shoulder detail.
I like that she broke up the black by adding a bronze pair of peep-toe heels.
Credit: Style.com, Georges Chakra, Bauer Griffin & Wireimage
MORE FROM RED CARPET FASHION AWARDS:
Posted by Catherine Kallon on January 16th, 2010 In: