Runway To 2010 Vanity Fair Party – Hilary Swank In Armani Privé

Hilary Swank dropped jaws all over the Vanity Fair red carpet on Sunday night.

I often forget how amazing Hilary’s body is, but every now and then she wears a show-stopping dress like this just to remind us.

“Millon Dollar Baby” seems like a lifetime ago, but Hilary’s super toned body looks spectacular in this Armani Privé Fall 2009 dress.

The black gown had a chain metal Swarovski beaded plunging bodice with a black asymmetrical satin skirt with a white lining.

Her amazing look was paired with Jimmy Choo ‘Emerald’ jeweled platform sandals, a Roger Vivier clutch and a Van Cleef & Arpels jewels.

My only problem the hair.  It’s too poufy for such a sleek look.

You may remember that Shermine Sharivar wore the runway version to the Bambi Awards last year.  I think Shermaine worked this look better.

Credit: Style.com & London Features

17 thoughts on “Runway To 2010 Vanity Fair Party – Hilary Swank In Armani Privé

  1. mm

    Wow! Okay, go Hilary. I think she was going for the soft wavy look with the hair as Shermine went to for a soft wave. Hilary looks fabulous, i am not feeling the shoe choice a bit distracting.

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  2. lance

    Yesss… I’ve been waiting for you to post this look FC. One of my favorites of the Oscar parties. Her body looks unreal. I love the plunging neckline and layered skirt. STUNNING!

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  3. army67

    LA MIGLIORE COME SEMPRE: SEXY SFACCIATA E DISINVOLTA: CON UN VESTITO COSI’ MERITAVA ANCHE DI SALIRE SUL PALCOSCENICO

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    1. Fashion Critic Post author

      google translate

      THE BEST AS ALWAYS: SEXY AND FACING Fearless: With a dress like that ‘are also worth getting on STAGE

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  4. Lindsey

    she looks great, but it reminds me of the jenny packham dress vanessa hudgens wore that night. it’s got the plunching neck line and it’s black and sexy

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  5. Lou

    Think hilary’s bod is to die for, but I don’t like the dress on her – it’s fine from the waist down – gorgeous… but the top half doesn’t work for me at all. Her dress and Emma Roberts would have worked better with less split and reveal…. for me!!

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  6. ThatGirl39

    Hhmm… not a favourite I have to say. She has the most amazing figure but there’s just a little too much boobage for my liking. Maybe it’s because Im a mother!

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  7. Letícia

    I also thought Shermine wore it better, maybe because of the length, maybe because of the hair, but mostly because I like the runway version a lot more! Hilary’s version doesn’t seem like a dress to me, it seems like a top and a skirt. And I’m not feeling the shoe either. But she does look fantastic anyhow.

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  8. mochababe73

    I always find Hilary Swank a bit boring. This dress is beautiful and her body looks great in it. I just don’t know why I don’t like her in this dress.

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  9. shubby doo

    i love this dress on her…i prefer this version compared with shermine…i have to admit that the hair and shoes are off but what a body!!!… a far cry from ‘million dollar baby’ and ‘boys dont cry’…

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  10. nicky

    hilary does look good but i always think there’s soemthing a bit boring about her. her choices arent boring but something is about her personality. shermine looked better imo…loved the blue instead of the black and she just looked more glamorous

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  11. Lizzie

    As I said before in a previous post, this dress made a lot of “worst dressed” lists and I can understand why. Much too much flesh on show.

    Mariah Carey got slated too for a similar reason.

    I’m guessing she thought it would be a sexy look but she just looks trampy.

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  12. Jo

    I love this – she looks sensational! Not sure if you’ve seen it from the back (it was on the Daily Mail) but super low and shows off her incredible figure.

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