Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Amanda Seyfried In Marios Schwab - 2013 Critics' Choice Movie Awards

Amanda Seyfried continued to show love for London-based designers when she took to the red carpet at the 2013 Critics’ Choice Movie Awards , held at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California this evening.

The ‘Les Miserables’ star wore a Marios Schwab Spring 2013 dress which was a lot more fashion forward than the look sported by her co-star Anne Hathaway.

Her unique feminine frock featured a black-and-blue lace top half and a free-flowing chiffon skirt with a diamond-shaped hemline which allowed her to flaunt her black strappy Roger Vivier sandals.

A chic knotted bun, cat-eyes and jewelled Lorraine Schwartz earrings completed her look.

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Amanda Seyfried In Bottega Veneta - 2013 National Board Of Review Awards

Amanda Seyfried attended the 2013 National Board Of Review Awards, held at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City yesterday evening.

The ‘Les Mis’ actress wore a Bottega Veneta Spring 2013 dress.

This collection was full of colourful prints, but Amanda selected a blush pleated studded halter dress.

Her rouge lip colour prevents the look from feeling to one note and her Alexandre Birman sandals complement the hardware on her frock.

Side-swept wavy locks and Norman Silverman jewels completed her look.

This look may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but I find it refreshing as Amanda’s more fashion-forward looks don’t always pay off, hence her inclusion in the ‘Dresses We Didn’t Like In 2012’ list.

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This week I had a huge dilemma: who should I pick for BDOTW out of Katie Aselton in Juan Carlos Obando and Amanda Seyfried in Alexander McQueen?

Thankfully they were your top two as well, so with Katie taking the majority of your votes, I picked Amanda. Both were worthy of taking the top spot in their breathtaking gowns.

Katie for blowing us away in her relatively simple purple gown, and Amanda for her dramatic McQueen gown with bold hair and makeup.

When it came to the fellas it was a much easier choice, Eddie Redmayne taking the title of BDOTW two weeks in a row.

The British actor, who is known for his love of Burberry suits, won wearing an Alexander McQueen ink-blue suit with rich coloured accessories.

BDMOTY was looking like a one-horse race (Andrew Garfield), but it looks like Eddie will be challenging for that title also.

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Amanda Seyfried joined Anne Hathaway to help Hugh Jackman (in Calvin Klein) celebrate his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame yesterday afternoon in Hollywood, California.

She wore a Burberry London ‘Queensbury’ double-breasted trench coat.

On-trend colour-block piping puts a modern spin on this classic piece, which features storm flaps at the front and back for a decorative touch.

The actress, who is becoming quite the Anglophile since the ‘Les Mis’ London premiere, also carried a black Alexander McQueen ‘Heroine’ tote.

This tote, which is the jewel in McQueen’s bag collection, has also been seen on the arm of Zoe Saldana and Kate Beckinsale.

Black tights and wedged suede ankle boots completed her look.

Burberry London Trench Coat - Stylebop US and Stylebop UK
Alexander McQueen ‘Heroine’ ToteAlexanderMcQueen.com

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Amanda Seyfried attended a luncheon hosted for her latest movie, ‘Les Miserables’, at the Four Seasons restaurant in New York City on Tuesday afternoon.

The actress selected a dress from the Spring 2013 collection of up-and-coming designer, Misha Nonoo.

Amanda’s silk faille white sleeveless dress, with blue organza inserts in the skirt, was styled with two hot dashes of colour via her Rupert Sanderson ‘Troy’ red suede pumps and fuchsia-pink lip colour.

With her hair worn down and the bright pops of colour, Amanda’s look was youthful and fresh even in the longer length.

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