Red Carpet Fashion Awards

The girls from “Sucker Punch” are in London to promote their new movie.

Abbie Cornish looked radiant on the red carpet despite our chilly weather in the capital tonight, wearing an Alberta Ferretti Spring 2011 dress.

Her flowing floral print maxi dress with white floral embroidered details was modified slightly from the runway to make this look her own.

The flutter sleeves were worn off-the-shoulder to reveal spaghetti straps, and a band was added around her waist to give the look less of a boho “I’m skipping in a meadow on a summer’s day” vibe.

The Australian actress wore her hair up in an updo with a few pieces framing her face, with Cartier jewels and a platinum clutch completing her look.

Abbie has been flawless promoting this movie, and this has been my favourite look so far.

Credit: Style.com & Getty

Abbie Cornish wore a vibrant hue on the red carpet for the LA Premiere of her new movie, “Sucker Punch” which was held at The Grauman’s Chinese Theatre in Hollywood last night.

The Australian actress wore an Amanda Wakeley Spring 2011 gown in electric blue – my favourite red carpet colour.

Her gown has a criss-cross detail on the bodice plus divine draped details from the hips.

It may not have a thigh-high split or bedazzle like her younger co-stars, but she looks very beautiful and elegant.

She completed her look with sapphire drop earrings and a gold envelope clutch.

Credit: Vogue.co.uk & Fame Pictures

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It’s been a while since we had a 4 way on WWIB?

These four ladies have very different styles but they all fell in love with this Lanvin crushed ramie dress from the Spring 2011 collection.

Gwyneth Paltrow wore the dress first when she showed the world she could actually sing at the 2010 CMA Awards in Nashville.

Bordeaux Brian Atwood ‘Eastwood’ booties and selection of gold necklaces completed her stunning look.

Chelsea Clinton wore the same dress a month later when walked the red carpet at The Clinton Foundation’s Millennium Network Event in LA.

She opted for a more demure approach to this look adding opaque tights and Brian Atwood satin pumps.

Nearly two weeks ago Abbie Cornish donned her dress when she attended the New York Premiere of “Limitless.”

Stuart Weitzman black satin ‘Femina’ peep toe pumps, a black VBH clutch and Broken English gold jewelry to her look.

Despite this dress being worn 3 times before, that didn’t deter Leslie Mann.

Last week she added Louboutin’s to her dress whilst attending the “A Night at Sardi’s” benefitting the Alzheimer’s Association in Beverly Hills.

Gwyneth wins for me as she’s the only one to step out of the box and opt for shoes that weren’t black. I also prefer her runway version which has a deeper plunge. The other three wore the commercial version.

You can buy this Lanvin dress from Net-A-Porter US, Net-A-Porter International and Luisa via Roma.

Credit: INFEvents & Getty

Abbie Cornish attended the premiere of her new movie, “Limitless” earlier this week in New York City.

She opted to wear a Lanvin black crushed ramie blend dress from the Spring 2011 collection.

The neckline of her commercial version of this dress doesn’t plunge as deeply as the models.

You may remember that Gwyneth Paltrow wore this same dress when she performed at the CMA Awards, but hers had the deeper plunging neckline.

Abbie added Stuart Weitzman black satin ‘Femina’ peep toe pumps, a black VBH clutch and Broken English gold jewelry to her look.

Between the modified neckline and Julie Andrews hairstyle I’m not excited about this look at all.

Credit: Style.com & INFEvents

Abbie Cornish looked breath-taking at the 2011 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on Sunday night.

Like Florence Welch, the Australian actress is a huge fan of Elie Saab.

Abbie’s divine Elie Saab gown was embroidered with sequins which is why she’s dazzling us on the red carpet.

I adore the silhouette. She knows how to give us effortless glamour.

Abbie sported marcel waves and carried a black clutch to complete her Old Hollywood red carpet look.

Credit: Courtesy of Elie Saab




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