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“4,3,2,1” London Premiere – Emma Roberts In Temperley London

Emma Roberts channeled her inner goddess this week when she attended the world premiere of her new movie “4,3,2,1.”

She was dressed in a beautiful white Temperley London “Giovanna” cold-shoulder tunic from the Pre-Fall 2010 collection.

Emma looked cute with two loose braids in her hair as she carried a Rene Caovilla multi-coloured sequin clutch.

The young star spent lots of time greeting fans and signing autographs on the red carpet.

4,3,2,1 hits theaters on June 2.

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Runway To 2010 Vanity Fair Party – Emma Roberts In Reem Acra

Young Emma Roberts was one of the many guests to arrive at the 2010 Vanity Fair Party in LA Sunday night.

I loved her Reem Acra Resort 2010 dress with a tulle bust detail…on the runway.

I’m not sure why it was modified to look so provocative.

Yes she’s 19, but the split on the bust doesn’t work for me, but I do like the shorten length.

Her look was paired with Martin Katz jewels.

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Runway To “Valentine’s Day” LA Premiere – Julia Roberts In Christian Dior & Emma Roberts In Jenny Packham

This is such a so cute picture of Julia Roberts with her niece Emma Roberts who both attended the “Valentine’s Day” LA Premiere last night.

I love the confidence oozing from young Emma as she poses alongside her famous Auntie.

Julia opted for a black organza Christian Dior Resort 2010 dress with a fold detail on the waist.

It doesn’t show up on these pictures too well, but the dress is covered with embroidered details.

I would’ve fainted if Julia opted for the runway version.

Jimmy Choo “Nina” sandals complete the look.

Emma opted for a Jenny Packham Spring 2010 crystal encrusted mini halter dress which kind of has a ’60s vibe to it.

She paired her dress with Brian Atwood silver “Kendall” shoes.

I really like both these looks.

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Social Events Of The Week

“A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Cure Parkinson’s” Benefit, New York

Whilst trying to keep up with Fashion Week, LeeAnn sent me a note to tell me to make sure I looked at the Dries van Noten Spring 2010 collection.

I’m glad she did because I instantly fell in love with the ethnic prints and the one-sleeved blazers.

I often wondered who would be the first to wear this collection, and that honour went to Julianne Moore.

She looked fabulous in this hard to pull off ensemble.

Her ethnic print wrap dress was paired with a black blazer trimmed with a white strip to complete this unusually chic look.

Granted it won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, but I love it.

Wow.

Katharine McPhee blows me away wearing a Marchesa Fall 2009 one shoulder sculpted dress.

I’m even loving the hair with this look.

Either I’m coming down with something or Katharine just hit her first home run.

BDOTW contender.

Alexa Chung opted for a cheap yet chic Topshop studded one-shoulder dress paired with booties.

She arrived wearing a questionable leopard print coat.

‘Late Show With David Letterman’, New York

My first reaction was that I didn’t like Ashley Greene in this Bottega Veneta Resort 2010 striped suit, but after so many great red carpet dresses this look feels refreshing.

It also shows that both Ashley and her stylist are thinking outside the box, and not playing it safe.

My main problem is actually the striped shirt, because the suit is not so bad.

I think I would’ve loved this look if the shirt was a solid colour, or if Ashley had worn the same suit Penelope Cruz wore back in July.

London Evening Standard Theatre Awards, London

Anna Friel loves Antonio Berardi as she has worn his pieces many times before.

Not so many times that she needs an intervention like Leona Lewis does from Vivienne Westwood, but enough to know she appreciates his stunning designs.

The textured dress had an asymmetrical chiffon detail that moved beautifully on the runway.

Black pumps complete the look.

Christmas Illuminations Launch On The Champs-Elysees, Paris

Just last week I was complaining that we haven’t seen enough of Balenciaga’s Fall 2009 collection on the red carpet, and here we have Charlotte Gainsbourg upping the count to make 3 following Carine Roitfeld and Salma Hayek.

The actress arrived at this event wearing one of the printed plunging blouses paired with the lace bandeau, leather pants and peep-toe heels.

Aching cool as always.

“Brothers” New York Screening

For some reason I just can’t fall in love with Natalie Portman wearing this cute Jason Wu Spring 2010 strapless mini dress.

The dress has all the ingredients to make Natalie shine: the ruffles, the colour, the length and the contrasting waist belt, but it gets no love from me and I can’t figure out why.

The actress paired her dress with Aldo purple heels.

Emma Roberts opted for a Miu Miu Resort 2010 summery dress brought down with thick tights.

Navyboot Store Opening, Germany

Monica Cruz hasn’t yet met a Herve Leger bandaged dress she didn’t like.

This is 3 in a row.

Before Cheryl Cole, Cat Deeley was the nations sweetheart.

The TV presenter arrived at this event wearing Givenchy Holly strappy leather heels with a Preen Matt Lightening dress.

If you are thinking the dress looks a bit awkward, that’s because the thick strap on Cat’s right shoulder – as we are looking at it – should be on her left shoulder.

Regardless she still looks fabulous.

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Who Wore Atelier Versace Better? Heidi Klum, Emma Roberts or Cheryl Cole

Back in April, Rodeo Drive was the setting for supermodel Heidi Klum’s Vogue Germany photoshoot.

Crowds gathered to see her in a pose in a variety of looks ranging from Louis Vuitton to Alexander McQueen.

My favourite look was her Atelier Versace Spring 2009 strapless red paillette covered dress, worn with Gucci Fall 2009 heels and a red cardigan.

Emma Roberts disappointed many of you when she wore the same dress to the Costume Institute Gala the following month, as you’d hoped to see this dress on a bigger named celebrity who could carry such a complex stunning creation.

Cheryl Cole wowed us by wearing Atelier Versace for the second week in a row on the X Factor.

She was the only one to belt the dress, which she wore with Cesare Paciotti heels.

I don’t like any of the heels these ladies wore with dress, but I did love how Cheryl glowed in this dress and how the belt makes her waist so definded so she wins for me.

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