Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Bergdorf Goodman

The biggest stars took to the stores here in New York for the biggest Fashion night out the world has ever seen.

My chin hit the floor when I saw Victoria Beckham – not all for good reasons.

Firstly she was not wearing a black pencil dress – SHOCKER.

Secondly she wasn’t wearing black period – minus her thigh high Gucci Fall 2009 boots.

Thirdly the dress wasn’t from her collection and lastly WOW.

Where did this woman come from? This isn’t slightly tedious VB we have been looking at for the last six months.

This is someone who wanted to shake off the boring tag and shock us all.

And she did.

Unfortunately I really didn’t like make-up, and I didn’t understand why she wore such an edgy look with a headband.

On the positive side I did like her modified Giles Fall 2009 reptile print strapless dress.

I don’t like to talk about weight on my blog, it’s number no no. But I’m sure many of you will debate her weight because she is looking a tad gaunt.

Oscar de la Renta Boutique

Sarah Jessica Parker wore her ‘Fashion’s Night Out’ tee with pride pairing it with a taffeta Oscar de la Renta asymmetrical skirt, and a black belt encrusted with diamante’s on the buckle.

I love the way she styled the tee.

Anna Wintour who organised this FNO event, showed her support for the cause by wearing the campaign t-shirt like SJP.

She paired the tee with a colour co-ordinating Prada Spring 2009 pencil skirt.

Ralph Lauren Women’s Boutique

Blake Lively turned down the sex kitten for a country chic head-to-toe Ralph Lauren look, wearing a grey embellished blouse with tweed vest and tan crocodile boots.

Camilla Belle – also in head-to-toe Ralph Lauren – went for a sexy chic look wearing a luxurious Pre-Fall 2009 grey wool one-shoulder dress with a pink crocodile belt, brown sandals.

I’m not so sure I like the longer hair, but her dress is spectacular on her.

Bloomingdale’s 59th Street Store

Lindsay Lohan wore an Emanuel Ungaro Spring 2009 Caribbean blue shirt as shirtdress paired with leggings, sky high heeled ankle boots and a trilby hat.

Macy’s Herald Square

Debra Messing looked fabulous wearing a one-sleeved charcoal Michael Kors Fall 2009 herringbone origami dress.

I love the thinner belt she wore with the dress, and the sculptured shoulder.

Vogue Pop Up Boutique at Macy’s Queens

Across town Kate Hudson was also wearing a dress from the Michael Kors Fall 2009 collection.

Her espresso check strapless dress also had origami details on the bodice.

Giuseppe Zanotti Boutique

Channeling her inner Grace Jones, Rihanna looked fierce sporting a hooded Alexander Wang cowl-neck mini dress with a pair of studded sunglasses at night, and Giuseppe Zanotti boots.

Dior Boutique

Charlize Theron was of course on hand to provide the star power to the Dior Boutique.

The actress looked outstanding from her perfectly coiffed hair to her Dior heels.

I just love her silvery blue Dior strapless dress. Hollywood glamour at its very finest.

Victoria’s Secret Lexington Store

Miranda Kerr looked uber cute wearing a colour blocking Stella McCartney Pre-Fall 2009 dress we have previously seen on Kate Walsh.

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The Hermitage 20/21 Dinner, London

Oh Dasha Zhukova, Best Dressed Of The Week was going to be difficult enough without you arriving at this event looking spectacular.

The Russian beauty wore a two tone Lanvin Spring 2009 strapless bustier dress, with a gathered skirt, which Claire Danes wore to the 2009 Film Independent Spirit Awards.

Champagne heels complete the look.

Tribeca Film Festival Chanel Dinner

Silver harem pants, and a black turtle neck on some would look tragic.

On Diane Kruger? Magnificent.

I’m not even going to attempt this look, as she owns it.

Debra Messing on the other hand, doesn’t have my admiration. Instead I will give her my pity.

Nothing good is happening from the neck down.

Mary-Kate Olsen wore a loose, beaded tunic dress, which one would assume is vintage, but it’s actually from Nina Ricci’sFall 2009 collection.

LOVE the nude make-up, and the way she accessorized with a thick black and gold belt, to give the dress shape.

She added a pop of red via her Nancy Gonzalez clutch.

Kerry Washington opted for a classic tweed Chanel Spring 2009 boat neck dress, with a silver clutch and eggplant heels.

“Obsessed” Screening, New York

I love the detail of the origami folds on Ali Larter’s strapless cream satin Blumarine Fall 2009 dress, plus her Balenciaga strappy sandals, but the hair ruins everything.

Tous Boutique Opening, Barcelona

Kylie arrived at the Tous boutique opening in Barcelona, wearing in a floor-sweeping, black strapless Herve Leger dress with white stripes at the bust for a maritime-inspired look.

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In the last 2 weeks, I’ve shown you how Celebrities love Christian Louboutin Differa 140 sandals, and how they also love Louis Vuitton Spicy sandals.

Both Debra Messing and Rachel Roy joined the ever growing list of celebs in love with these heels, at this event last night.

Debra wore a black halter dress, with her Differa beige sandals, whilst Rachel Roy, wearing an orange cowl neck ruched dress from her own Pre-Fall 2009 collection, is on team Spicy.

Tory Burch is always immaculate. Last night she wore a stunning two-tone Narciso Rodriguez Resort 2009 dress, which was strapless on the runway.

The dress had an orange banded bodice, black straps, and a sequin embellished skirt.

What I love about this look, is how Tory complimented her dress with magnificent earrings with orange stones.

The Diane von Furstenberg of course wore her own DVF orchid dress from her Spring 2009 collection, under a gold lame jacket.

The dress has a pretty pink, blue and yellow watercolour effect decorating the neckline and hem. This is such a perfect summer dress.

I love that all these women are not wearing tights.

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As much as I like Lily Allen, was a tad disappointed when she was the first celebrity to wear this Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2008 fur print gown, as I had always imagined it on Sarah Jessica Parker.

Lily wore this gown when she arrived at the GQ Men of the Year Awards at the Royal Opera House in London last year.

This was the night she swore off booze, after a drunken verbal assault on Sir Elton John.

Actress Debra Messing hosted the 11th Annual Costume Designers Guild Awards in LA, and this was one of 4 gowns she wore that evening.

I really don’t like Lily hair, plus Debra’s necklace was a work of art, so she wins this for me.


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Claire Danes in Lanvin Spring 2009

Dita von Teese in modified Christian Lacroix Fall 2008 Couture

Duffy in Paule Ka Spring 2009

Lake Bell in Monique Lhuiller Pre-Fall 2009

Lucy Liu in modified Giambattista Valli Fall 2008

Sandra Oh in Jenni Kayne Resort 2009

Marcia Cross in Elie Saab Spring 2009 Couture

Julianne Moore in Lanvin Spring 2009

Michelle Monaghan in Versace Spring 2009

Christina Ricci in Monique Lhuillier Fall 2009

Jessica Alba in Christian Dior Spring 2009

Melissa George in Emanuel Ungaro Resort 2009

Anne Hathaway in Rodarte Spring 2006

Angie Harmon in Todd Lynn Fall 2008

Zooey Deschanel in Lela Rose Spring 2009

Jennie Garth in Tadashi Collection Fall 2008

Michelle Williams in Chloé Resort 2009

Sharon Stone in Christian Dior Spring 2009

Emmanuelle Chriqui in Luca Luca Resort 2009

Lucy Liu in Lanvin Spring 2009

Ivanka Trump in Monique Lhuiller Spring 2009

Mena Suvari in Diane von Furstenberg Spring 2009

Debra Messing in Bottega Veneta Spring 2009

Tinsley Mortimer in Christian Dior Spring 2009

Meaghan Jette Martin in Betsey Johnson Spring 2008

Rose Byrne in Calvin Klein Spring 2009

Monique Lhuillier in Monique Lhuillier Spring 2009


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