Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Jennifer Beals star of The L Word, made the greatest effort for this event.

The stunning star walked the red carpet wearing a stunning yellow and white floral chiffon David Meister gown.

The mermaid gown gives her a stunning silhouette.

Very surprisingly Teri Hatcher is not wearing Monique Lhuillier, instead she’s wearing a spaghetti strapped Notte by Marchesa gold lamé tweed dress.

Her whole look was golden, from her jewelry, to her clutch, to her heels. Heck even her body bronzer is gold.

I adore Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ bright orange Michael Kors Fall 2009 sheath dress, with a sexy slit going up the side.

I love the coral pink lips, and the fact that none of her accessories are black.

The orange box clutch, gold jewelry, and nude peep-toes complete this fantastic look. I’m gushing.

Andrea Bowen for once looks absolutely outstanding wearing this purplicious silk moire Rebecca Taylor strapless dress.

I love the sweetheart neckline, the pleating on the skirt, the lighter blonde hair and her shimmering pink lips.

She looks fabulous.

Kathy Griffin has been surprising me lately. This is the second time in a row I’ve loved what she is wearing on the red carpet.

This pretty pink Dolce & Gabbana Resort 2008 dress is gorgeous. Plus I love the fuschia bow, and those fuschia pink Louboutin’s are to die for.

What I hate is her hairstyle. Nothing will make me love that hairstyle. It’s like a mullet gone horribly wrong.

Rebecca Gayheart’s one-sleeved LBD by Kaufman Franco may look quite plain and simple from the front, but it has a very sexy leather strapped detail on the back.

Brenda Strong wore a red satin David Meister strapless cocktail dress with bow accent at the waist.

Her ruby lips complimented the dress.

Portia de Rossi wore tan shoes with her red asymmetrical Michael Kors dress, which wouldn’t have been my choice, but she makes it work.

Ellen DeGeneres does her laid back chic look,which works so well for her.

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Posted by Catherine Kallon on April 20th, 2009 In: Andrea Bowen, GLAAD Media Awards, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Portia de Rossi, Rebecca Gayheart, Teri Hatcher

This has to be one of the worst dressed events I have ever featured on my blog. The only person who’s head-to-toe look I liked was Kristen Cavallari, with her cute strapless ombre Rami Kashou Fall 2008 dress, peachy heels, and Mary Norton clutch.

In a room full of young girls, I am surprised they lack any real style.

Heidi Montag’s Stella McCartney dress is to be expected, which is a short and breast revealing.

Her hair looks like a bird is about to nest in it, but her Louboutin’s and Bottega Veneta Impero satin clutch are cute.

Stephanie Pratt polka dotted dress is cute, but why did she decide to cover most of it with that huge clutch?

Tamara Mowry’s purple colour co-ordination works really well. I love the draping effect on her dress.

Please can someone give Holly Montag a one-way ticket back to idiot island.

What is this look all about?

Between the make-up, gold nails, red heels and animal print dress, I am not sure which is more nauseating.

I don’t know if it’s Andrea Bowen’s pose, the dress, or the camera angle, but something’s wrong.

Miranda Cosgrove has a lot of personality, and I feel this animal print dress is showing that off, so I can’t be mad at her. Her boots look amazing too.

I am so surprised that singer Jewel make the effort put on a LBD for this D list event, it hardly look like it was worth hobbling out of bed for.
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Posted by Catherine Kallon on March 12th, 2009 In: Andrea Bowen, Heidi Montag, Holly Montag, Jewel, Kristin Cavallari, Miranda Cosgrove, Stephanie Pratt, Tamera Mowry

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