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ShoWest 2010 Awards Presentation – Amanda Seyfried In Valentino

Amanda Seyfried was many of the stars at the ShoWest 2010 Awards presentation in Las Vegas last night.

Judging by the colour of ther dress, the flounce in her skirt and her current obsession with Valentino, I think it’s safe to assume she’s wearing a custom-made Valentino dress.

The dress appears to be a one-shoulder dress, but if you look closely you can see that the dress has antique gold lace inserts on the front and back.

I’m floored by how toned Amanda’s legs are. I never noticed before. The reason I noticed on this occasion is because I was obsessing over her double strapped sandals.

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“Chloe” New York Premeire – Amanda Seyfried In RM by Roland Mouret

Last night Amanda Seyfried was in New York for the premiere of her latest flick “Chloe”.

I was super excited when I saw her on the red carpet because she’s wearing my favourite look from Roland Mouret Rainbow Collection which is exclusively sold on Net-A-Porter.com.

Her turquoise asymmetrical RM by Roland Mouret Isa mini dress is gorgeous.

I love the draping on the hips, her side swept wavy ‘do and the coral tint on her lips.

Black accessories including a stack of bracelets and Brian Atwood “Albany” pumps to complete the look.

She sure did brighten up a dark night in New York City. Love this look.

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Runway To 2010 Vanity Fair Oscar Party – Kate Bosworth, Amanda Seyfried & Jessica Seinfeld

Valentino was the designer of the night at the 2010 Vanity Fair Party in LA.

My favourite was Kate Bosworth who was a stunning vision in red.

The ruffles on her one-shoulder Valentino Pre-Fall 2010 gown were slightly flat, but I think stops her from being overwhelmed in this big gown.

Her hair was swept to the side whilst she opted for a pink lip colour to complete this stunning look

It looks like the parties are as well dressed as the main event.

Amanda Seyfried changed out of her Armani Prive gown, to this edgy Valentino Spring 2010 Couture look for the 2010 Vanity Fair party.

Her green couture dress appears to be made out of strips of leather which she matches with green earrings.

I’m not sure if it’s the light, but I prefer the darker runway version of this look.

Her look was complete with a silver metal Ferragamo clutch with rhinestone details and a pair of bronze sequin Ferragamo booties with metal heel.

I love how Amanda went from princess to diva from one event to the next.

Jessica Seinfeld arrived wearing a Valentino Resort 2010 beige knit dress.

The dress was trimmed with feathers both on the neckline and hem.

Nice dress, but I preferred the strappy runway heels.

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Runway To 2010 Oscars – Amanda Seyfried In Armani Privé

Cinderella Moment Award
Amanda Seyfried gave us the princess moment we all hoped for on the red carpet at the 2010 Oscars tonight.

We had set visualized from the Armani Privé Spring 2010 collection for Anne Hathaway, but Amanda more than does this look justice.

The strapless Privé gown has a geometric bustier encrusted with Swarovski crystals which is fitted at the waist, but it’s that full skirt accented with the luminescent crystal effect which I really love.

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Runway To “Dear John” LA Premiere – Amanda Seyfried In Giorgio Armani

Amanda Seyfried looked stunning at the LA premiere of her new film “Dear John” last night.

Channing Tatum who co-stars in the Nicolas Sparks’ adaptation joined the pretty actress on the red carpet.

Amanda wore a Giorgio Armani Spring 2010 blue silk dress with a plunging neckline, an open back and colour-blocked skirt.

Don’t worry about Amanda having a wardrobe malfunction or having to rely on tit-tape, because the plunge has a nude insert to protect her modesty.

Her look was completed with silver Brian Atwood “Kendall” pumps and a sparkling Judith Leiber Sunburst crystal-embellished clutch.

I love the mix of blue and silver.

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