Red Carpet Fashion Awards

I don’t think Jennifer Lopez has ever won a BDOTW poll, and she more than deserved it as she showed the world that curves can can look absolutely stunning in Victoria Beckham’s pencil dresses.

I opted for Drew Barrymore in Alexander McQueen.

I’m confident that Drew would have won the readers poll had it not been for the hair, but I kinda think the hair works ONLY on this occasion.

Next up will be the Emmy’s. I pray that the ladies don’t let us down.

I hope to see looks from the Spring 2010 runways of Prabal Gurung and Marchesa tonight.

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This Alexander McQueen Resort 2010 yellow dress with a web-like lace overlay is one of those dresses you see on Style.com but only imagine seeing in editorials.

Drew Barrymore made my dream a reality by wearing this magnificent creation to the “Whip It” Premiere during the Toronto Film Festival this weekend.

I love the dress, but hate the two-tone hair, even though it does add something to the overall look.

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When Drew Barrymore attended the Grey Gardens panel discussion, presented by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in Hollywood on Friday, she wore a sea green Elie Saab Fall 2009 one-sleeved dress.

OK. Let’s start with the positives.

I love the dress, especially the colour, the draping across the shoulders and hips, plus the clear belt which nips her in at the waist.

I also like the Cyndi Lauper-esqe hair and make-up. But I really didn’t like the Giuseppe Zanotti cut-out shoe boots.

OK I hate the boots. So out of touch with everything else that is going on, and such a sad note to end a perfect week.

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Drew Barrymore arrived at the Four Seasons Hotel in Hollywood on Friday, looking so incredibly sophisticated.

This time evoking the strong 80s woman, with the large tinted Von Zipper Dharma shades, and eggplant Nina Ricci Pre-Fall 2009 long-sleeved dress, with a peplum at the waist.

I adore the Badgley Mischka silver brooch, which has an antique, vintage feel about it.

Her look was complete with a classic chic updo, and Gucci tortoise patent slingbacks.

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Any other week Diane Kruger would have won Best Dressed of the Week, but from the start, only 2 woman realistically stood a chance of really deserving the title.

Drew swapped her laid back LA uniform of baggy jeans and t-shirts, in favour of a high maintenance looks we all approved of, with some dramatic red carpet appearances.

She kept us entertained with various looks, each with its own identity. We had varitey from her Alberta Ferretti flapper inspired 20s look, to the Andrew GN boho 60s look.

You loved her first stunning look of the week, which was a nude embellished Alberta Ferretti gown, which she wore to the Grey Gardens New York premiere.

It was so hard to pick which of Drew’s looks I loved the most, but in the end I opted for the gorgeous Andrew GN white maxi dress, with the beaded neckline – despite not really loving the shoe choice.

The 60s look so fits Drew’s personality, plus I loved voluminous bouffant, and sultry eyes.

From observing Drew’s body language and confident poses, it’s clear she loved her new looks just as much as we did.

But wait….there’s more.

Drew stepped out in two more fabulous looks this weekend. They will follow this post.

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This is what you call another fashion home run.

Drew Barrymore knock’s it out of the fashion ball park, with yet another fabulous look.

This time she channel 60s boho glamour in a gorgeous white Andrew GN Spring 2009 halter gown, with beaded neckline, when she arrived at the Grey Gardens LA premiere last night.

The dress was complimented with some stunning statement jewels, including an oversized aqua cuff, jade drop earrings, and a turquoise bauble ring.

The only thing I didn’t quite love about this look, were the purple Christian Louboutin satin Very Prive heels. To be honest my heart sank when I saw them.

She didn’t let me down with the hair and make-up though.

The 60s theme was continued with her blonde locks back-combed into a voluminous bouffant of loose wavy curls. Her make-up was kept minimal, with sultry eyes and pale pink lips.

I pray this will never end.

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