Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Chrissy Teigen In Ulyana Sergeenko Couture - MTV Movie Awards 2014

Chrissy Teigen took a gorgeous turn on the red carpet of the MTV Movie Awards 2014 held at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday (April 13).

The model and wife of singer John Legend wore short and sweet Ulyana Sergeenko Spring 2014 Couture cocktail dress paired with black Christian Louboutin pumps.

This dress is the perfect flirty number for the event and to show off Chrissy’s enviable assets. Her legs rival the runway model’s–an impressive feat.

Chrissy’s gorgeous ombre hair is styled to perfection and giving everyone major hair envy, and her simple makeup and classic red manicure are red carpet beauty done right.

The only jewels this look needed were her stunning wedding rings.

Bravo, Chrissy.

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Holland Roden In Salvatore Ferragamo - MTV Movie Awards 2014Holland Roden was also at the MTV Movie Awards 2014, held at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles, California on Sunday (April 13).

The ‘Teen Wolf’ star wore a Salvatore Ferragamo Spring 2014 nude leather sheath dress, matched to a prim Ferragamo box clutch.

The frock might have benefited from the loss of its belted, half-pleated skirt detail, which looked every bit like a kilt.

However, on this occasion, I was simply enamoured by the styling that really saved the ensemble. With an impossibly mod and still-chic sensibility, Holland rocked a spit-slick ponytail along with flashes of hot, hot-pink in her Brian Atwood pumps, lip lacquer and nails.

A sprinkling of Philosophy jewels and on-trend Meira T ear cuffs was all she needed to complete this look, which was more about the accessories than the dress.

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Iggy Azalea In John Galliano - MTV Movie Awards 2014Iggy Azalea was thinking pink at the MTV Movie Awards 2014, hosted at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles, California on Sunday (April 13),

She’s somewhat of a red-carpet wild child, so I wasn’t all that surprised to see her donning a creative concoction from the John Galliano Spring 2014 collection.

The bodice of the blush-hued dress was punctuated by a series of perforations and eye-popping, 3-D petal-like embellishment.

The techno, synthetic style continued all the way down to her Galliano footwear, as the Aussie rapper wore the same massive, cartoonish platform soles seen on the runway that delivered plenty of kitsch.

Too bad she likewise didn’t keep the sleek, waist-cinching belt—or the sassy coral lip. She did enhance the funky vibe via white eyeliner and a colossally teased and crimped, long ponytail.

Perhaps it’s her slouchy pose, or the shortened, just-above-the-ankle length of the dress, but this look just missed the mark in the figure-flattery department.

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Leslie Mann In Juan Carlos Obando - MTV Movie Awards 2014

Leslie Mann hit the red carpet of the MTV Movie Awards 2014 held at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday (April 13).

The actress wore a spring-like Juan Carlos Obando dress from the Spring 2014 collection.

While Leslie is usually a breath of fresh fashion air on the red carpet, she’s taken a few missteps during her recent ‘The Other Woman’ press tour, so it’s nice to see her back in her groove.

This polka-dot number is fun and flirty and pairing it with strappy, orange sandals is genius.

Simple makeup and fresh curls completes the ‘welcome back Ms. Mann’ look I’m so thrilled to see.

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Shailene Woodley In Balmain - MTV Movie Awards 2014Shailene Woodley attended the MTV Movie Awards 2014, hosted today (April 13) at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles, California, where she is nominated for Best Kiss for her smooch with Miles Teller in ‘The Spectacular Now.’

Continuing her impressive fashion-girl streak, which really came alive during her ‘Divergent’ promo tour, the actress took an edgier approach in a Balmain Pre-Fall 2014 army-green ensemble featuring a cropped leather tee, knotted high at the waist, and a matching leather, pleated skirt.

The mix of African-safari sensibility and hip-hop flair, prevalent in designer Olivier Rousteing’s collection, was slightly diminished here without the extravagant accessories and embellished waistband seen on the runway.

Still, this little number had plenty of power and panache, especially when paired with black Balmain strappy, statement sandals.

If anything, her gold David Yurman earrings seemed a mere afterthought—a bit refined and quiet for a look such as this. But Shailene knows when enough is enough.

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