Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Dita Von Teese took in last evening’s Oscars at Elton John’s AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party in West Hollywood.

The burlesque beauty stunned in Jenny Packham Fall 2012 gown.

Dita sat front row at the designer’s New York show just a couple of weeks ago, so she would’ve ordered this beauty straight after the show.

The soft pink chiffon beaded cap sleeve gown with a keyhole bodice is a soft look for Dita.

This colour is gorgeous against her pale skin and raven hair.

Bulgari jewels, Louboutin heels and a Swarovski clutch completed her look.

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Dita Von Teese had the honour of wearing the first Alexis Mabille Spring 2012 Couture look on the red carpet to the Sideaction Gala dinner in Paris, France yesterday evening.

The burlesque dancer chose a form-fitting red dress with a sheer yoke and lace detailing.

Dita kept the look monochromatic with head-to-toe red accessories including satin pumps, red lippie and a Christian Louboutin ‘Eden’ satin clutch which has ruffled rosettes on the top and a red leather tassle on the bottom.

Whilst she may have toned down the runway look, her large red headband is sure to give even Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge fascinator envy.

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Dita von Teese’s risqué Tadashi Shoji gown was the clear winner for best dressed this week.

The burlesque star added her signature red lipstick, 1940’s Marcel waves and diamond drop earrings to complete her sultry look..

In the wrong hands this gown could’ve headed down to Tackyville, USA, but Dita oozes elegance and sophistication every time she hits the red carpet and this was no exception.

You will not be surprised that Iman was my favourite this week.

The maths was quite simple.

One of my favourite diva’s + a Zac Posen Spring 2012 gown = red carpet perfection.

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Dita Von Teese looked stunning on the red carpet in London last night for her Cointreau Prive pop-up bar at The Pigalle Club.

She donned a Tadashi Shoji Spring 2012 gown.

The ivory plunging gown also had a dangerously low open back, so low that it leaves little to the imagination, but the burlesque dancer is used to parading around in much less.

What I refer to as Dita’s signatures – retro waves and red lippie – many of you refer to as boring and repetitive.

The gown works wonders for Dita, leaving the model in the shade.

Dita von Teese attended the 2011 MOCA Gala in LA on Saturday night.

She stunned wearing a Jean Paul Gaultier Fall 2002 Couture gown.

This is a true ‘we are not worthy’ moment.

No one can do gothic couture like Dita.

Her black velvet corseted gown with a cape draping over one shoulder was teamed with all of Dita’s trademark accessories, retro waves and red lippie.

Bvlgari jewels completed her look.

This is my second BDOTW contender.

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