Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Jennifer Lawrence Hunger Games Catching Fire Promo Tour

Jennifer Lawrence had an epic run promoting the first ‘Hunger Games’ movie, but from your comments I didn’t get a sense that she lived up to your expectations for ‘Catching Fire’.

We all knew that it would be a Diorfest, with breaks for the photocalls and press conferences, but it seemed that many of you also couldn’t warm to her new haircut.

While I share your disappointment with her London premiere Dior Couture frock, things did get better.

The LA premiere Dior Couture gown is still my favourite, with Madrid’s Dior and Alexander McQueen and Rome’s Dior and Proenza Schouler outings, plus the Paris premiere look ranking highly in my estimation.

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Which Was Your Favourite Maggie Gyllenhaal 'White House Down' Promo Tour Look

Maggie Gyllenhaal’s promo tour for ‘White House Down’ was short and sweet, yet she showcased a lot of diversity when it came to her looks.

She started off wearing a sexy Alexander McQueen dress for the Washington premiere, followed by a chic Vionnet frock for her arrival at ‘The Daily Show with Jon Stewart’.

The actress managed to pull off a tricky knitted Dior strapless dress for the New York premiere and ended her run wearing a cute pastel ensemble by Chloe.

Two things I learned from this promo tour are that Maggie loved both her Casadei kitten heels and her pink lippie.

When it comes to my favourite, I’m stuck between the McQueen and the Vionnet.

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Which Was Your Favourite Zoe Saldana Look From The ‘Star Trek Into The Darkness’ Promo Tour

Zoe Saldana was the last of the cast to join the ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ promo tour.

She hopped on the tour in Berlin, making grey and Calvin Klein look sexy wearing a flirtatious two piece with Jimmy Choo sandals.

For the premiere she donned Balmain, which left you guys very much divided, before heading to London to work two of my favourite looks of the tour, Prabal Gurung and Vionnet.

In Mexico you guys weren’t too impressed with her Bottega Veneta and Elie Saab outings, but it was her Rodarte look, worn to the LA premiere, that you guys liked the least.

Overall I sensed you guys were underwhelmed by Zoe’s tour. Looking back at all the looks, does this hold true?

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Alice Eve Star Trek Promo Tour

The Star Trek Into The Darkness promo tour started in Sydney and the first thing we wondered was, “where is Zoe Saldana?” as it was very much a boys’ trip.

It wasn’t until Moscow that Alice Eve joined the tour wearing Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana, before heading to Berlin wearing Reem Acra and a drop dead gorgeous Pucci gown with a new ‘do and a sexy new attitude.

She returned home to London wearing Ermanno Scervino before taking to the road again in Mexico wearing Roksanda Ilincic and Gucci once again, before closing the tour with a sexy Zuhair Murad gown in LA.

There are many great looks to choose from here, but I think Alice was at her best in Berlin. The Pucci gown was eventually my favourite.

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Amanda Seyfried Promo Tour

Amanda Seyfried kick started her promo tour for ‘Les Miserables’ wearing a colourful Brood Spring 2013 frock with tights and ankle boots in Tokyo for the movie’s premiere.

She was lovely in lavender for the New York screening after-party in Marios Schwab, one of her favourite designers; we questioned the length of her Balenciaga skirt for the London premiere.

On her return to the States for the New York premiere, she blew us away in Alexander McQueen, before ending with Nina Ricci in Berlin.

Despite having a slightly shorter run than Anna Hathaway, I preferred Amanda’s overall run, as it was more colourful with more hits than misses.

The McQueen was my favourite by a long mile.

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