Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Liv Tyler was the first to wear this Chanel Fall 2010 jumpsuit when she attended the re-opening of the Chanel Soho boutique in New York City during New York Fashion Week.

She wore the black version with a Chanel purse and funky two-tone brogues.

Chloe Sevigny wore the runway black and white version to the “The Artist’s Museum Happening” MOCA Los Angeles Gala earlier this month with Chanel jewels.

Both managed to look cool and sexy in this masculine look as both versions work for their styles.

I’m not a fan of brogues, but I love them with Liv’s look so she wins for me.

I wasn’t crazy about Chloe tucking in her white pants into her black ankle boots.

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Chloe Sevigny was one of the many star guests at MOCA’s Annual Gala “The Artist’s Museum Happening” in LA this weekend.

The style maven wore a Chanel Fall 2010 white jumpsuit.

Trust Chloe to stand out wearing the least predictable look at this event.

Chloe opted out of the runway tuxedo jacket, so we could look at the black ribbon accents which looked like suspenders.

Her masculine look was complete with a classic black ribbon bow-tie.

Two “Chaine Tresse” yellow gold Chanel Fine jewelry bracelets, a small white clutch and black ankle boots complete her look.

The only other people I see pulling this off is Rihanna, Diane Kruger and Diane Keaton.

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I think “Style Stalker” Alex Curran reads my blog, because she this time she’s stalking Chloe Sevigny having previously stalked Cheryl Cole, Rihanna and Victoria Beckham.

Chloe wore her Lanvin leopard print mini dress and Christian Louboutin ‘Madame Butterfly’ booties to the HBO Emmy Party back in August.

She added an Ippolita gold necklace with a matching bracelet and a red Amanda Pearl roll clutch which matched her red hot lips.

Alex wore the same dress and heels to the 2010 MOBO Awards on Wednesday night.

The only difference was that Alex wore her hair down and carried an Alexander McQueen Hell’s knuckleduster box clutch.

As always Alex get nil points for originality and Chloe gets 10 out of 10 for her impeccable style so she wins.

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Chloe Sevigny is never one to play it safe on the red carpet, and that was very evident on the red carpet at the 6th Annual GLSEN Respect Awards in Beverley Hills this weekend.

The actress wore a Fendi Fall 2010 coat dress with gold logo Fendi belt and Fendi rubber top cap pumps from the same collection.

This isn’t something I would’ve expected to see on the red carpet, but Chloe always likes to experiment with different looks.

I think she just about pulls off this voluminous look, but I’m growing tired of that same hairstyle.

A black sac bag with gold embroidery details completes the look.

Do you love it or hate it?

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After the show, comes the after-parties.

Why oh why didn’t Chloe Sevigny wear January Jones Atelier Versace dress?

She would’ve given the dress the attitude and shoes it deserved.

Instead the actress attended HBO’s Annual Emmy Awards Party which was held at The Plaza in LA.

She looked divalious wearing a Lanvin leopard print dress from the Pre-Fall 2010 collection.

Her long sleeved leopard print cocktail dress was paired with an Ippolita gold necklace with a matching bracelet.

The great choice of accessories continued with a red Amanda Pearl roll clutch – which matched her lippie – and Christian Louboutin ‘Madame Butterfly’ booties.

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I hope Carey Mulligan was taking notes, because this is how you do a short style on the red carpet at the Costume Institute Gala.

I must say I’m starting for fall for Chloe Sevigny.

She can give us a stunning gown at the Oscars and a short sassy style which shows off her personality like this Proenza Schouler dress.

Her full skirted embroidered lace teal has a high neckline and long sleeves.

I just love that purple hemline.

Proenza Schouler shoes and clutch complete this fabulous look.

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