Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Margot Robbie In Delpozo - 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' Australians In Film Screening

Margot Robbie attended the Australians In Film special screening of ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’ held at Landmark Nuart Theatre on Tuesday (January 7) in Los Angeles, California.

The Australian actress wore a tri-colour Delpozo Spring 2014 dress featuring wide grosgrain straps and an appliqué-detailed bib.

There have been slight modifications which have improved the dress, with the skirt shortened and the wrap front pinned down giving the skirt more structure and a sleeker, pencil-like silhouette.
Do you wish the length had been shortened further, or do you love the look at calf length?

A braided updo with face-framing tendrils and Casadei ‘Blade’ black pumps with a gold trim completed her look.

It looks like the popular shoe of 2013 will continue to tread red carpets in 2014.

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Kristen Wiig In Michael Kors – ‘The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty’ New York Screening2

Kristen Wiig attended the ‘The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty’ screening on Wednesday (December 18) in New York City.

Keeping up the masculine trend kick-started by Kim Basinger earlier in the week, Kristen wore a Michael Kors look featuring a white shirt with leg-of-mutton sleeves, sleek black pants and the brand’s signature oversized black bow.

Dark-grey Christian Louboutin ‘Iriza’ pumps – designed with a pointed toe and cut-out sides for an alluring feminine shape – and a selection of House of Lavande rings accessorized her look.

Considering the bow, perhaps her hair up would’ve been ideal, but it doesn’t detract too much from her look.

Do you like Kristen’s feminine take on the menswear trend?

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Evangeline Lilly In Paper London - 'The Hobbit The Desolation Of Smaug' New York Screening

Evangeline Lilly attended a screening of ‘The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug’ held at Time Warner Screening Room on Wednesday evening (December 11) in New York City.

The actress wore a Paper London Fall 2013 colour-block navy-black-and-white drop-waist dress featuring a cowl neckline which is my least favourite look from her promo tour so far.

I would’ve preferred this had it been in one colour to create a more fluid silhouette.

I’m not a fan of the Danny Zuko hairstyle either.

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Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge attended a screening of David Attenborough’s ‘Natural History Museum Alive 3D’ held at the Natural History Museum in London yesterday evening.

The Queen of Repeats wore her Temperley London ‘Amoret’ lace gown featuring a demure sleeve length and gently scalloped finish, which is a timelessly elegant choice for an evening look, especially on a cold, wet December evening.

However, this is the third time she has worn the gown. The first time was to the ‘War Horse’ premiere back in January last year, and just last month she wore it to the University of St. Andrews’ 600th Anniversary Appeal with her red McQueen clutch, so I am hoping that this gown, as beautiful as it is, is now having its final outing.

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Carla Gugino In Hervé Léger By Max Azria - 'American Hustle' New York Screening

Sporting a rich new chestnut hair colour, Carla Gugino attended the ‘American Hustle’ screening held at Ziegfeld Theater in New York City on Sunday evening.

With Amy Adams and Elisabeth Rohm both opting for gowns, Carla wore a sexy Herve Leger by Max Azria Fall 2013 forest-green frock featuring dual strap details and couture-like beadwork which really sets it apart from a regular bandage dress.

I like how the gold clutch complements the beadwork, while the gold python slingbacks ensure that this isn’t a look that we only like from the ankles up.

You can buy Carla’s Hervé Léger By Max Azria Ondria Geometric Beaded Dress from Herve Leger.

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