Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley set the bar to an unbelievable new height whilst promoting her first movie, “Transformers: Dark of the Moon.”

We haven’t dropped our jaws this much during a promo run since Zoe Saldana for “Avatar.”

We had an inkling of good things to come from Rosie at the Maxim Hot 100 Party and other events like the MTV Movie Awards.

She surpassed our expectations and broke out of the Victoria’s Secret model bandage dress red carpet uniform by wearing a variety styles and Oscar-worthy gowns.

Michael Kors seemed to be her favourite designer. She showed support for British designers by wearing Burberry, Antonio Berardi and Stella McCartney both at home and away. Other looks include Dolce & Gabbana, The Row, Gucci and Naeem Khan.

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For the past few months Natalie Portman has been promoting her latest movie, “Black Swan.”

In the movie she wears costumes designed by Rodarte, so it wasn’t a surprise to see her wearing custom Rodarte looks on the red carpet.

She also wore dresses that suited her girlie style by Jason Wu and Miu Miu.

For her last look at the New York Premiere she opted for a dramatic Christian Dior gown, which gave off a gothic-vibe we don’t usually see from Natalie.

The two Rodarte looks and the Jason Wu dress are my favourite.

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Since September Hilary Swank has been promoting her latest movie, “Conviction”.

Apart from the London Premiere, Hilary has been sticking to a short and fitted red carpet formula which I believe worked very well as she has an amazing figure.

Many of you weren’t as impressed as I was during her promotional tour, but can you still pick a favourite look?

I loved the Donna Karan gown and the sexy Pucci dress.

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Rebecca Hall had an amazing run promoting her new movie “The Town”.

With all the focus on Blake Lively’s cleavage early on during this promo tour, the actress gracefully stood out in a selection of colourful beautiful looks which elevated her from Rebecca who? to Rebecca Hall.

Picking favourites was very easy for me.

I loved her Prada dress, the Bottega Veneta dress and the black Vionnet dress.

Which was your favourite?

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As I was putting together this post it suddenly occurred to me that overall Cameron Diaz had a very weak promotional tour style-wise for “Knight & Day”.

The movie was totally unimpressive (my sister warn me not to bother seeing it), but on the red carpet I kinda expect more from Cameron.

Her looks were largely black and white, above the knee and I still can’t get over the Stella McCartney sweater dress for the London premiere.

There just wasn’t enough variation and she didn’t take any risks. Even Jennifer Aniston took risks for The Bounty Hunter.

At a push, my favourite out of these looks were the Victoria Beckham and Vionnet dresses.

Which was yours?

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I knew Jennifer Lopez had a good run whilst promoting “The Back-Up Plan”, but only now do I realise she had an amazing run.

Picking a favourite is much harder than I thought it would be, so my least favourite was the Paule Ka – although it’s grown on me.

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From the previous polls I think it’s clear that Sarah Jessica Parker gets your vote for Best Dressed when to comes to the SATC2 premiere’s, so vote on which looks you loved from each of the ladies.

Kristen wins overall for me.

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