Demi Moore In Balmain – GQ’s The Gentlemen’s Ball

If you’re anything like me you would’ve known from the second you saw Demi Moore that she was wearing black pumps.

It’s always a 100% guarantee no matter what she’s wearing.

Demi arrived on the red carpet with hubby Ashton Kutcher for GQ’s ‘The Gentlemen’s Ball’ in New York City last night wearing a spectacular Balmain Fall 2010 dress.

Her black suede dress with gold embroidery would’ve looks so much better with some super sexy heels.

We’ve seen the ‘Rachel Zoe Project’. We know Rachel has more than just black pumps lining her studio, so what gives Demi?

If this dress is feeling very familiar to you, that’s because Ciara wore a very similar dress from the same collection to the BET Awards earlier this year.

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Who Wore Victoria Beckham Collection Better? Demi Moore or Veronica Webb

Demi Moore arrived at the Hollywood Domino’s 3rd annual Pre-Oscar Hollywood Gala back in March wearing a Victoria Beckham strapless dress from the designers Fall 2010 collection.

The star kept her look very simple by adding a few jewels and a colourful clutch.

Veronica Webb wore the same dress to the 2010 New Yorkers For Children Fall Gala at Cipriani this week.

The model also kept her look simple by adding dazzling jewels to her look.

It’s really hard to pick a winner.

I was initially drawn to Veronica, but I don’t like the shoes that are poking out from under her dress so I’m going to give this to Demi.

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Who Wore Lanvin Better? Demi Moore, Jennifer Lopez, Catherine Deneuve or Pace Wu

Demi Moore was the first to wear this one sleeved Lanvin Spring 2010 dress nearly a year ago in October 2009.

She added a stunning necklace, a black clutch and black Lanvin ankle strap heels to her dress which she wore to the 2009 Freedom Awards.

Jennifer Lopez wore this dress is a gorgeous chocolate colour she arrived at the Neon Charity Gala in Moscow, Russia back in May.

She also opted for a statement necklace, Christian Louboutin clutch and Sergio Rossi heels.

Catherine Deneuve wore the dark grey version of the same dress when she attended the “Potiche” Premiere during the 2010 Venice Film Festival on Saturday.

Her necklace doesn’t make quite the same statement as Demi’s, as she also teamed her dress with a black clutch and black peep-toes.

Surprisingly Pace Wu wore the same dress on the same day as Catherine, but in a different colour.

The actress wore her taupe coloured dress to the “Bulgari And W Magazine Party” at the Hotel Cipriani in Venice on Saturday night.

She wore the same Lanvin ankle strap heels as Demi but Pace opted for the nude colour.

A Nina Ricci satin clutch and a multi-coloured beaded necklace completed her look.

Pace may have gone head-to-toe runway, but she looks far more elegant in this dress than Demi and Catherine, so she wins for me.

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“Killers” LA Premiere – Demi Moore In Lanvin

Demi Moore seems to love Lanvin as much as Jennifer Lopez and Janet Jackson.

“The Joneses” actress opted for a floor length Lanvin Fall 2009 teal green dress with a black Ferragamo clutch.

As much as I appreciate that this looks is not head-to-toe black for a refreshing change, I would’ve loved a statement necklace.

A lot of stars like SJP, Kim Cattrall and Kristen Scott Thomas have been using statement necklaces to add a bit of pizazz to their looks.

Demi desperately needed one here imo.

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Who Wore Zac Posen Better? Demi Moore or Kate Beckinsale

Demi Moore was first to wear this black Zac Posen Spring 2010 dress, when she arrived to the “Rodeo Drive Walk of Style Awards” back in September last year.

The actress teamed the draping LBD with matching black peep-toes, elegant silver bracelets and a black satin clutch.

Kate Beckinsale sported the very same dress to the “Hot List” party at Haze Nightclub in Las Vegas this month.

The Brit actress teamed her halterneck with a chunky gold statement ring, a black clutch and two-tone Christian Louboutin Luly heels.

Kate wins easily for me.

I love her bouncy curls and those Luly leather sandals make the difference by breaking up the black.

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