Red Carpet Fashion Awards

I guess Angelina Jolie is pregnant then.

She wore a black, silk-crepe dress by Western Costume, with Gara Danielle Fine Jewelry gold and diamond snake ring, and Christian Louboutin shoes.

One hot mama.

Speaking of pregnant…look how stunning Cate Blanchett is in Vera Wang.

I can’t wait to see what she wears tomorrow.

This Oscar de la Renta Pre-Fall 2008 ensemble would not be easy to pull off, because the colour are so strong.

Many would have stayed away from this look, but not Kerry Washington. She looks gorgeous.

Eva Mendes looks happy and healthy in a grey turtleneck Calvin Klein sheath dress with a yellow clutch.

Jada Pinkett-Smith is having a great week on the red carpet. This ivory silk Michael Kors Pre-Fall 2008 cocktail dress was the perfect choice, along with her yellow clutch.

Ellen Page sticks to her usual black with a white shirt.

I pray she wears colour tomorrow at the Oscars….and a dress for that matter.

Sienna Miller looks beautiful even without make-up, wearing a back haltered Monique Lhuillier lace cocktail dress.

The dress has a beautiful neckline of organza ruffles and a bow.

Tang Wei arrived in an artistic print dress from the Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2008 collection.

No one bores me more on the red carpet than Kate Beckinsale.

She, like her dress, have no personality.

I love the print on Eliza Dushku kimono sleeve dress. Like most of the others on this red blue carpet, she did not opt for black.

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Worst Statement Dress Award

OK Angelina Jolie is obviously wearing this vintage Hermes strapless free flowing dress in an attempt to hide her pregnancy. Yawn.



Worst Dressed Award

Tilda Swinton has a very unique androgynous style, but she should have lost the jacket or opted for a cropped version.

Most Disappointing Award

This hurts.

I tried to love it, but I just could not.

Cate Blanchett, my fashion favourite really let me down last night, despite this dress being Balenciaga.

Worst Colour Award

America Ferrera on the red carpet again wearing Monique Lhuillier.

The partnership has worked very well so far, but on this occasion this dress falls flat for me. I really dislike the colour.

I have not seen America on the red carpet since November, and I expected more from her.

Worst Embellishments Award

Jane Krakowski should have worn her hair back, as the embellishments on this Catherine Malandrino Spring 2008 halter gown totally dominate it.

It also looks like she has a bowl of fruit around her neck.

Worst Dress / Shoes Combo Award

I admire the fact that Chandra Wilson wanted to try something different from the standard gown, but this sequined dress did not work for me, neither did the shoes.

Had the dress been in one colour, maybe I would have liked it more.

It’s Not Working Award

Rebecca Romijn can do so much better, this colour on this Roberto Cavalli 2008 Resort dress is too dark and not at all flattering for her.

For me Rebecca is more of a bubble gum pink type of girl.

Worst Hair Award

Kate Hudson is wearing a beautiful strapless Balmain Spring 2008 floral gown with beaded detail, but I am not keen on the dress as an red carpet event dress.

I am also disliking her hair.

Time To Find A New Stylist Award

I am just not sure about this material for Nikki Blonsky. The style is OK, but it may have been better if it was empire waisted.

Back To Black Award

This is a really nice Zac Posen dress, but I am beyond bored of Ellen Page in black, and that is why she is in this category.

Worst D List Award

Lisa Rinna is trying to grab attention in this Jenny Packham Spring 2008 animal print dress, but just comes off desperate.

She has dressed so much better in the past on the red carpet, so this is very disappointing.

Most Boring Award

For a young girl, Andrea Bowen should be experimenting more.

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