Red Carpet Fashion Awards

After giving birth to her first child, Marion Cotillard made a return to the red carpet for the New York premiere of her hit movie, ‘Contagion’.

The face of ‘Lady Dior’ was of course wearing a look from the French brand, donning a black lace dress with a nude underlay from the Fall 2011 collection.

She styled her hair in a braided updo and kept her hair and makeup simple.

Princess Charlene of Monaco attended the Princess Grace Foundation Annual Gala in New York City earlier this month wearing the same dress.

This is the second princess we’ve had on a WWIB? poll in so many weeks. It’s ironic how both were the second person to wear the look after an actress.

Princess Charlene also kept her look simple, styling her hair into a wavy updo.

I love Princess Charlene’s sophisticated style, but this look fell flat on this occasion so Marion wins by default.

If you are still undecided, click on the image above to see more pictures of both women in this Dior gown.

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Princess Charlene of Monaco was joined by her husband, the Prince of Monaco, as they attended the Princess Grace Foundation Annual Gala which was held at Cipriani 42nd Street in New York City yesterday evening.

Princess Charlene wore a Christian Dior Fall 2011 black lace embroidered gown which she teamed with a black mink Dior clutch.

Even with the embroidered details, I still find myself not liking this gown.

Unlike some of you who have issues with her broad shoulders, my issue is that the gown is overly fussy, especially on the skirt.

I would’ve preferred the Princess to wear something more classic.

Diamond drop earrings and a side-swept updo completed her look.

This dress has also been worn by Marion Cotillard.

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Princess Charlene and Prince Albert II of Monaco hosted the 63rd Red Cross Ball Gala at their Monte Carlo home on Friday night.

The Princess provides me with some much needed glamour after a very lackluster Teen Choice Awards, wearing an Akris strapless gown.

Her fuchsia silk strapless gown with fishtail hem and fitted bodice of silk chiffon pleated appliqué was teamed with a matching Akris Anouk clutch.

A Van Cleef & Arpels necklace (a gift from her husband) and a chic chignon completed her look.

The dress is gorgeous, the colour is divine on her, but whoever is did her ghostly make-up needs to be sacked immediately.

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Princess Charlene and Prince Albert II of Monaco attended the ‘History Of The Princely Wedding (L’Histoire du Mariage Princier) exhibition at the Musée Océanographique in Monaco yesterday.

The newlyweds had just returned from their honeymoon in Mozambique, Africa late yesterday evening so it was a nice surprise for the visitors at the Musée to see the couple mingling with others.

Charlene opted for a very summery Roberto Cavalli floral maxi dress which she paired with gold thong sandals.

The Princess was glowing even without make-up.

The exhibition runs until November 22, 2011.

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Wedding fever well and truly reached new heights when these 4 celebrity brides took to a church red carpet to walk their very own special runway.

Back in April Catherine Middleton had over a billion eyes watching her walk down Westminster Abbey to marry a true life Prince Charming wearing Alexander McQueen.

Abbey Clancy kicked off a trio of weddings ceremonies this weekend.

The WAG/model/TV Presenter wore a very sophisticated (by WAG standards) Giles Deacon strapless gown to wed her lanky footballer beau Peter Crouch.

Kate Moss followed suit donning a John Galliano gown evoking a shabby chic bohemian look which was true to her laid-back style.

Princess Charlene of Monaco had several events surrounding her wedding to Prince Albert, but we were most interested to see her Armani Privé wedding gown.

So who was your favourite celebrity/Princess bride?

English Rose Bride? WAG Bride? Bohemian Bride or Monaco Bride?

Net-a-porter UK

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