Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Oh Audrey Tautou.

Only YOU can take a piece from that hideous Chanel Fall 2009 Couture collection and make me fall head over heels in love.

The French actress blew me away wearing an asymmetrical white dress, with one black sequinned shoulder detail which wraps around the back of the dress.

I love that she paired her dress with dove grey shoes instead of predictable black heels, and I love the Elvis style quiff she has going on.

Which look do you prefer from Audrey as a BDOTW contender?  Lanvin or Chanel Couture?

At the Toronto Film Festival, Audrey wore a very cute Miu Miu bustier dress with ankle boots.

The metallic dress is from the Fall 2009 collection, but wasn’t a runway dress.

I love the way it shimmers, and I’m loving that she switches up her crop every time she hits the red carpet. She never bores me as she always gives us something new.

LOVE her.

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Audrey Tautou wore Chanel for her last “Coco Before Chanel” premiere, but for the LA premiere she opted for another Parisian fashion label – Lanvin.

The modern cut of this black Lanvin Fall 2009 dress is outstanding. Simple yet so elegant and incredibly chic.

She accessorized with a thin patent leather belt, black pumps and a cute hair accessory.

It was at the party where Audrey opted for a head-to-toe Chanel look.

The actress wore a sexy sparkling silver metallic knit dress from the 2010 Cruise Collection.

Oooh. I don’t know which I love more, but the Lanvin may just edge it for sheer elegance.

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Only Audrey Tautou can take something that’s already chic and elegant and make it even more chic and elegant.

Her style is second to none. I just love the simplicity of everything she wears.

She removed the white ruffles from the Chanel Fall 2009 skirt suit, ditched the tights, and had the upside down v-panel stitched to her skirt.

I love the satin black top, and the way her cropped jacket is turned up on the sleeves to reveal a satin lining.

She’s definitely in contention for BDOTW.

Kyoko Uchida joined Audrey on the red carpet.

She sparkled wearing a 3.1 Phillip Lim beaded silk flapper dress from the Fall 2009 collection.

Her navy version of the runway dress has a scooped neck, three-quarter length drape-detail layered sleeves, a scalloped trim, and an embellished front.

Black boots, a black bangle and tights complete this cute look.

This dress sold out instantly when it was uploaded onto Net-A-Porter last week.

At the press conference earlier today Audrey gave us a typically Chanel black and white look.

She paired a black leather skirt, with a white lace flutter sleeved top decorated with black ribbons and black patent pumps.

I’m not a fan of lace, but I do love this look, especially the light make-up.

Tres chic.

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For me it was totally logical to believe that Audrey Tautou, star of Coco Avant Chanel, would be dress in head-to-toe Chanel for all her promotional appearances for the movie, but that is not the case.

At the Rome photocall earlier this week, the French actress, with her cute doe eyes and elfin crop, wore a Miu Miu colour block belted dress.

On it’s own the dress just look OK, but as always Audrey was the epitome of chic, teaming her dress with black peep-toes.

For the Madrid premiere, she opted for a more vibrant look wearing a chartreuse haltered dress, that wasn’t too harsh on her skin, which can scare many away from this colour.

Her dress was tied to the side of her neck in a cute bow, and she wore Sergio Rossi elasticated strappy ankle sandals, to complete her look.

I adore this second look.

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Audrey Tautou, in her cute floral Chanel strapless dress, was your overall favourite this week.

She was the epitome of effortless chic, wearing her dress with her pixie crop, leather jacket, and Sergio Rossi sandals.

This cute Rodarte dress put Dasha Zhukova firmly on the fashionista map. I had heard a lot about her, but mostly as the girlfriend of a Russian billionaire.

I was most impressed at how Dasha pulled off this look without the draped,two-tone, cut-out dress wearing her.

Her look is effortless, and laid back with minimal make-up, and an unfussy updo.

I loved how both women dressed their looks with cropped leather jackets.


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