07.12.10 Premiere

Angelina Jolie In Atelier Versace – “The Tourist” New York Premiere

Angelina Jolie was joined by her husband Brad Pitt and her co-star Johnny Depp on the red carpet for the New York Premiere of her new movie “The Tourist” last night.

I’m truly thankful for many things, but mostly because she’s not wearing black.

She looked beautiful an Atelier Versace angora gown.

Her ivory white long sleeved gown was gathered on one side to reveal a thigh high split.

Through that split we can see her white Ferragamo pumps.

Angelina wore her hair in a half up and half down style, and kept her jewels to a minimum by just accessorized with rectangle shaped pendant earrings.

I really love this look, but I’m not really as blown away as I was hoping to be.

Maybe the white pumps are putting me off, as I’ve never been a fan of white shoes anywhere.

Do let me know if you think this is BDOTW worthy.

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30.11.10 Premiere

Angelina Jolie In L’Agence – “Megamind” Paris Premiere

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie were also in France last night for the “Megamind” Paris Premiere.

The couple who really should rename themselves, “Couple In Black,” wore their favourite colour from head-to-toe on the red carpet.

Angelina wore an L’Agence look which included a velvet jacket, beaded top and velvet pants.

I don’t totally hate the look, but I don’t like the pairing of the jacket and pants which are jarring me because they are either two different shade of black or two slightly different velvet textures.

She looks beautiful, but there’s nothing here for me to get excited about.

Predictable black Ferragamo pumps completed her look.

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Best Dressed Of The Week – Leighton Meester In Nanette Lepore & Angelina Jolie In Pamella Roland

Leighton Meester was your Best Dressed this week wearing a Nanette Lepore Lady Gambler printed dress.

I was surprised to learn that many of you were not happy about her inclusion in the poll because this look was an on-set look rather than a red carpet look.

I think Joy speaks for all those who voted for Leighton when she said, “All of the stars in the poll are styled by some stylist. Why would Rachel Zoe be different than Eric Daman?”

As much as I loved how Leighton’s tropical dress captured my eye, I was totally in love with Angelina Jolie this week.

Promoting “Salt” she gave us a variety of looks and managed to steer clear of black until the very end.

I had a huge internal battle between her Elie Saab dress and the Pamella Roland dress.

Roland wins because it was the most beautiful she looked all week.

She glowed as she took my breath away.

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18.08.10 Premiere

“Salt” Berlin Premiere – Angelina Jolie In BCBG Max Azria Atelier

It was fun while it lasted, but Angelina Jolie has decided she’s given us enough to chew on so she returned back to her favourite colour – black.

The actress walked the black carpet at the “Salt” Berlin Premiere in Germany tonight glowing with gorgeousity wearing a black BCBG Max Azria Atelier gown.

It’s been a while since she wore a Max Azria gown.

There was a time when it seemed like she was wearing his looks exclusively.

I love way the gown drapes, but I not crazy about the black necklace.

We know you love black, but couldn’t you have at least picked some silver or gold jewels Ange?

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“Salt” Berlin Photocall – Angelina Jolie In Elie Saab


I had – and still have goosebumps – over this picture of Angelina Jolie.

The actress is currently in Berlin where she attended the “Salt” photocall in the Wintergarden of the Berlin Adlon Hotel in Germany this afternoon.

I’ve been so happy that she’s not been wearing black lately, NOW she made my life by wearing my favourite designer Elie Saab.

Her Elie Saab ruffle front dress from the Fall 2010 collection.

I love the details including the slightly padded cap sleeves and the ruffled detail which cascades down the front of the dress.

Ange doesn’t often do fitted, so this silhouette looks stunning on her svelte figure.

Ferragamo white heels complete the look.

I’m going to lie down, because I can’t breathe.

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17.08.10 Premiere

“Salt” Paris Premiere – Angelina Jolie In Pamella Roland

I’m in shocked that Angelina Jolie didn’t wear black tonight for her “Salt” Paris Premiere, as it’s what we’ve come to expect from her.

The stunning actress opted for a shimmering ivory silk lame asymmetrical Pamella Roland dress which she paired with matching Ferregamo pumps.

I love the embellished double strap detail.

Angelina is also switching thing up with her hair as well.

The loose updo gives her a much softer look as does her almost invisible make-up.

I liked her London look, but I love her Pamella Roland dress, so I would prefer this was up for BDOTW.

Which look did you prefer?

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“Salt” London Premiere – Angelina Jolie In Amanda Wakeley

I love that Angelina Jolie wore a British designer on the red carpet for the “Salt” London Premiere in Leicester Square tonight.

The actress looked beautiful in her Amanda Wakeley Fall 2010 dress and I’m really diggin’ those bangs.

Her long shimmering embellished dress with a silk shoulder strap was worn without the contrasting silk waistband.

I really wish Angelina had worn the waistband to give her dress more shape.

The pink thin waistband she’s used doesn’t make the same impact as it does on the runway.

Although I think she should’ve executed this look much better, I’m grateful that this isn’t a head-to-toe black look.

Nude patent Ferragamo peep-toe pumps complete the look.

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Best Dressed Of The Week – Angelina Jolie In Atelier Versace & Jessica Biel In Giambattista Valli

The ‘Ladies In Red’ stole our hearts this week.

I guess we were wowed by the dynamic bold colour which isn’t always easy to pull off.

Angelina Jolie was breath-taking in Atelier Versace and Jessica Biel was ravishing in Giambattista Valli.

Both women are usually very ‘blah’ on the red carpet, so their efforts to stand out were very much appreciated.

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