Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Shala Monroque is a fashionista who shouldn’t be under the radar.

The fashion writer, Editor-at-Large for Pop magazine and blogger has impeccable taste.

She’s not afraid of fashion often wearing bright bold pieces, but she can also been seen wearing more timeless classic pieces like the look above.

I love how she accessorizes with stand out pieces to add a touch of pizazz to some of her looks.

Like most fashion editors footwear is vitally important. Her Prada studded heels are still one of my favourites of that Spring 2010 season.

Her trademark has to be her turbans. She’s been donning this head-wear long before they were deemed cool. Read more…

Miroslava Duma is the daughter of senator Vasily Duma but has made her own name by taking massive strides into the world of fashion. She is the darling of the Russian fashion scene, an It Girl with a wardrobe to die for.

Best known for coveted collection of Hermes bags and Louis Vuitton scarves, Miroslava never puts a fashion foot wrong. She can be seen at all the fashion shows and has a loyal (and some might say obsessive) online following.

Miroslava started at Harper’s Bazaar, Russia and now contributes to L’Officiel Russia, Glamour Russia, the style section at Russian OK Magazine, and Russian Tatler.

Miroslava favourites used to be Missoni and Miu Miu, but she now admits to favouring designers such as Prada, Bottega Veneta, YSL, Lanvin, Alexander Wang and Russian designer Vika Gazinskaya.

As if she didn’t make us green with envy enough already she is also a young humanitarian and founder of the charity, “Mira’s Planet”.

Her style has just the right amount of edge to it and she does dressed down chic so well. She styles herself immaculately without looking too “put together”.

Take a look at some of her best ensembles below.
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Christine Centenera is the Fashion Editor for Harper’s Bazaar Australia and Lara Bingle’s stylist.

Recently Christine has become the subject of many fashion and style blog  thanks to her achingly cool style achievements. Showing up to local and international fashion events has created perfect photo-ops-made for catching this on-trend lady.

Christine is a leading head in fashion and we wouldn’t expect anything less than a strong developed sense of style. With a natural edge and soft, pretty features Christine remains approachable-looking.

She mixes and matches her wardrobe and isn’t afraid to wear things more than once.

I’ve found some of the top picks of Christine’s personally styled pieces to share.

Here is Christine supporting local Australian Designer and fellow Aussie Josh Goot.

This brilliant Spring 2009 dress is a psychedelic splash of fun and vibrancy.

Layered with a serious black jacket, scarf and gloves Christine smartens the look, toughening it further with those patent to-die-for YSL’s.

Again combining two different feels- laid-back battered denims and a white tee with a sharp statement Balmain Fall 2009 jacket.

The high-end jacket says luxury but the denim and tee oppose this giving a ‘just-thrown-together’ look. This has a great feel.

She sure know how to vamp it up, though.

Christine shows us how it’s done in amazing Gucci fall 2009 platform thigh-high boots. I love the mix of slouchy and body-con. It’s comfortable yet exudes cool.

Christine is lucky enough to have a stunning piece of Prada to flaunt and here she heightens the luxe feel of a sheer Chloe shirt with a Prada costume jewellery necklace.

Green gems are natural-looking and add attention-grabbing shine to her outfit.

Proving just how shiny and special they are to her, Christine’s YSL Tributes have made regular appearances accompanying all from dresses to jeans.

They sex-up a lot of what she wears and are flawless-looking giving Christine added height and dominance as a modern working woman.

Christine is apparently ‘a self-confessed sucker for anything with studs, metal detailing or patent leather. Perferably all three at once’.

I love the rock sensibility of her look and these Givenchy Fall 2009 beauties harden a soft grey marl dress worn by Christine during Paris Fashion Week.

These shoes show who’s in charge.

Keeping it simple but daring to be different with smart fashion-forward touches are the key to Christine’s look. Her recipe for successful dressing comprises of sticking to block colours that are comfortable whilst playing with layers.

And final ingredient; a killer heel.

Credit: Style.com, Trendycrew, Gastro Chic,  The Sartorialist, TheFashionSpot & AllThePrettyBirds

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Posted by Catherine Kallon on November 17th, 2009 In: Blog, Style Spotlight

Anna Dello Russo is the fashion director and creative consultant for Vogue Nippon.

I’ve always wanted to focus on her unique style, as she must have the most enviable closet of any fashionista.

She wears all the daring pieces I wish we would see on the red carpet.

She’s bold and fearless, without going over board.  She’s always tasteful and chic.

I maybe be wrong, but I’m yet to see her repeat a look like Carine Roitfeld and Anna Wintour.

Here’s a look a some of her recently looks which I’m totally in love with.

My favourite look has to be this Balenciaga dress for two reasons.

Firstly it looks so divine on her, and secondly it’s a beautiful colour combination.

I thought celebrities would’ve been queuing up around the block to get their hands on this beautiful dress, so I’m very grateful to Anna wearing this look.

This round neck dress with long billowy sleeves is by Greek born designer Mary Katrantzou.

I love the print which is inspired by a perfume bottle and the refractive quality of glass.

I think this would be hard for many to pull off, but Anna does with relative ease.

When Pink and Sharika are picking same dress from Balmain’s Fall 2009 45 piece collection, Anna wore this strapless silver futuristic dress with a peplum at the waist.

Anna exudes ladylike sophistication in her Chloé bow-detailed asymmetric silk blouse, which she paired with an orange silk Rochas skirt, nude heels and a Louis Vuitton speedy.

Not many would be daring enough to wear such a fashion forward Dolce & Gabbana look during the day.

We wear jeans, Anna wears high fashion.

In this second Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2009 look, we finally get to see the back of this stunning lace/sheer dress, which Anna is daring enough to wear without any linings.

If Rihanna is looking for an edgy, yet sophisticated way to approach fashion, she should take some style tips from Anna Dello Russo.

Credit: Style.com, Trendycrew, Gastro Chic, Style.IT, The Sartorialist, Peter Stigter, cafemode.fr & Wireimage

Whilst we’ve been drooling over Drew Barrymore’s red carpet adventures, Zoe Saldana has also had an outstanding week, promoting Star Trek in Europe.

Her best moment came last night at the Berlin premiere, where she wowed everyone wearing a red Prabal Gurung Fall 2009 cocktail dress, with Bulgari jewels which included a yellow gold and diamond pave Celtaura bracelet, and yellow gold and diamond pave earrings.

The asymmetrical mini dress had a large exaggerated folds on the shoulder, and a tiered skirt.

Her look was completed with a updo, and black strappy Pucci heels.

Best Dressed Of The Week just got even tougher.

Earlier in the week Zoe also looked gorgeous at the Paris photo call for Star Trek, wearing a charcoal grey Giambattista Valli sheath dress, which had a criss cross bodice, and stunning Fendi grey heels.

Another magic moment came at the Moscow premiere. Zoe amped things up a notch, by wearing a stunning Jasmine Di Milo Fall 2007 nude dress, with a black tulle overlay, which creates an interesting design.

Sparkling Giambattista Valli heels completed the look.

She started off the week in a Akris Pre-Fall 2009 berry ensemble consisting of a chiffon blouse, with cut-outs in the sleeves, and a tweed skirt to the Moscow photo call.

What a fantastic week.

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