Red Carpet Fashion Awards

It looks like Brooklyn Decker was saving all the skin-baring for the premiere for ‘Battleship’ in South Korea this evening.

She was joined by co-star Taylor Kitsch at the Coex Megabox, wearing a sexy navy lace femme d’armes Spring 2012 gown.

The sailors behind her look mighty pleased.

Maybe it was because of the thigh-high split, the revealing nature of her dress, her captivating beauty or all of the above.

As much as I love her shoe collection, these criss-cross pumps are giving me eye ache again.

Sexy strappy sandals would’ve been preferred…been saying that a lot lately.

Brooklyn completed her look with flawless makeup that included kohl-rimmed eyes and a wavy updo.

Credit: femmedarmes.com & Getty

Brooklyn Decker was back on the road promoting her new movie ‘Battleship’, this time without Rihanna in Seoul, South Korea earlier today.

A the press conference she looked as chic as always wearing a Katie Ermilio Fall 2011 dress.

Her red dress with an asymmetrical/draped skirt was accented with a neon pink belt.

I would have loved to have seen her wearing this look without the Dolce & Gabbana black blazer, but it does add a lot of sophistication to the look.

Once again she puts a smile on my face with her shoe choice.

This time she opted for the Christian Louboutin ‘Bis Un Bout’ ankle-strap heels that she first wore to the Madrid photocall.

Credit: Katie Ermilio.com & Getty

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Brooklyn Decker joined Rihanna on the red carpet at the Yoyogi National Gymnasium in Japan today, for the world premiere of their new movie ‘Battleship’.

The blonde actress looked equally beautiful, but she opted for a more glamorous look wearing a Stella McCartney gown from the designer’s Evening 2012 collection.

Her navy-and-white panel dress with a gold waistband and cut-outs at the waist was simply styled with a silver ring and gold earrings.

Subtle waves and a nude lip colour completed the look.

When you’re that beautiful and wearing a stunning gown, you don’t need much else.

Shalom Harlow, the model in the lookbook picture, wore this same dress to Stella’s presentation during London Fashion Week back in February.

Credit: StellaMcCartney.com & Getty

Brooklyn Decker joined Rihanna onboard the USS George Washington at U.S. Fleet Activities Yokosuka for the photocall for ‘Battleship’ in Japan this afternoon.

The actress looked stylish once again, wearing a piece from the Peter Pilotto Spring 2012 collection.

Instead of matching her digital-print skirt with the runway shirt, she opted for a simple navy Theyskens’ Theory silk camisole top.

I’m glad she didn’t opt for print on print. Brooklyn always keeps things interesting by breaking up runway looks, and I’m glad that trend continued here.

My shoe gal didn’t let me down, as she opted for bright yellow pointy Louboutin pumps.

Wavy locks and a fuchsia-pink lip colour completed her look.

You can shop Brooklyn’s Peter Pilotto skirt from Net-A-Porter.com.

Credit: Style.com & Getty

The next stop for Brooklyn Decker on her promotional tour for ‘Battleship’ was Madrid, Spain, this afternoon.

Looking as gorgeous and effortless as always, the actress wore a Giambattista Valli Spring 2012 mini dress.

Her textured lemon sleeveless dress with a wide metallic silver-gold textured hem was teamed with snakeskin Giambattista Valli lace-up sandals, as worn by the runway model and House of Lavande jewels.

A simple bun with a few pieces framing her face and barely-there makeup including a pink shade completed her look.

With legs like Brooklyn she can easily get away with this length.

My only issue are the shoes; whilst not boring, I’m not a fan of these types of lace-up sandals.

Saks.com sell a similar version of Brooklyn’s Giambattista Valli dress and her Giambattista Valli are available from Net-A-Porter.com.

Credit: Style.com & Wenn

Brooklyn Decker was basking in the sunshine on the rooftop of The Corinthia Hotel in London this afternoon for the photocall for her latest movie ‘Battleship’.

The blonde beauty donned a piece from the Stella McCartney Spring 2012 collection.

This is surprising considering so many have tried and failed; in most cases miserably.

On Brooklyn the verdict is not bad.

I don’t love the dress because I still can’t get past the black-and-white embroidery plus the mesh panels, but with her hair styled like the runway model and for keeping the look clean, she fairs better than the rest.

My only criticism is the shoes.

They should’ve been simpler. I’m not a fan of the criss-cross detail against the prints and all that detail on the dress.

Credit: Style.com & Getty




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