Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Emma Roberts In Michael Kors - 'We're The Millers' New York Premiere

Emma Roberts attended the ‘We’re The Millers’ New York premiere held at the Ziegfeld Theater yesterday evening joined Jennifer Aniston and Olivia Wilde.

So far you haven’t been too impressed with the Michael Kors rise-and-fall gowns from the Fall 2013 collection.

Kerry Washington and Cody Horn’s looks got a resounding thumbs down from the majority, so I wonder if this simpler look will get some love?

Emma let the dress do the talking, with Chopard diamond earrings adding some sparkle and black Casadei ‘Rodio Stellix’ pumps blending in to the black carpet.

Yay or nay?

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Emma Roberts In Editions by Georges Chakra - ‘Persol Magnificent Obsessions 30 Stories Of Craftsmanship In Film’ Opening

Emma Roberts joined Emmy Rossum at the ‘Persol Magnificent Obsessions’ event honouring Julie Weiss and Jeannine Oppewall at the MMI in New York City yesterday evening.

The young actress selected an Editions by Georges Chakra Spring 2013 white tweed playsuit with an embellished neckline, which she styled with a matching tweed blazer featuring gold sequin stripes along the sleeves.

As much as I want to see the playsuit without the blazer, this look was right for the occasion.

Had she not worn the blazer, the look may have been more MTV Movie Awards than an honouring event.

Gold accessories were the most obvious and sensible choice, with Schutz ‘Imalia’ peep-toes being a surprise option for the pump-loving starlet, plus a Tory Burch clutch and Dana Rebecca Designs jewels.

I want to like the look, but the tweed fabric looks more like toweling fabric in the close up.

You can buy Emma’s Schutz shoes from Neiman Marcus and Cusp.com.

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Atelier Versace Fall 2013 Couture Front Row

Versace kicked off Paris Fashion Week Haute-Couture Fall/Winter 2013-2014 last night in France with their Atelier Versace presentation.

Uma Thurman: Considering Uma’s last few red carpet looks have been Atelier Versace, it was not a surprise to see the actress front and centre. She tried to keep her look low key, wearing a black Versace dress with black pumps, but when you stand 6ft+ in heels, you can never just blend in.

Emma Roberts: The actress wore a sleek high-neck one-sleeve Versace white frock with the brand’s silver strappy platform sandals and a matching clutch. While the eye makeup might feel a bit heavy, it is very much in spirit with the rocker Versace vibe we saw in the Fall 2013 collection.

Mena Suvari: The actress opted for a pretty summery-yellow Versace Fall 2012 sleeveless frock styled with all-black accessories.

Zachery Quinto: The actor, who is in town for Men’s Spring 2013 Paris Fashion Week, also took in this womenswear show wearing a shiny blue Versace suit and grey tie. I’m shocked to say that I don’t like this look: mostly because of the sheen, but also because of the boring grey tie and day-old stubble.

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Emma Roberts In Chanel - Chanel Dinner For NRDC ‘A Celebration Of Art, Nature And Technology’

Emma Roberts joined Rachel Bilson on Friday evening for the Chanel Dinner for NRDC’s ‘A Celebration of Art, Nature and Technology’ held at a private residence in Los Angeles, California.

She also wore a Chanel dress, selecting a white knit from the Spring 2013 collection.

Only taking the black-and-white quilted Chanel clutch we saw on the runway, Emma made the look her own opting for tri-colour, triple buckle toe-cap pumps to take her look from sweet to sassy.

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Emma Roberts In Ohne Titel - Intermix 20th Anniversary Celebration

Emma Roberts created her own blue crush at the Intermix 20th Anniversary Celebration, hosted on Tuesday at The New Museum in New York City.

To celebrate the retail powerhouse’s landmark occasion at Manhattan’s contemporary art hub, the stylish starlet wore an Ohne Titel Spring 2013 dress matched to a Tory Burch square frame clutch.

The contoured, second-skin frock was actually quite the appropriate choice for the occasion, given it served up both a trendy and an artsy vibe.

I have to say that this abstracted, body-map pattern was fascinating, and it managed to be downright flattering, too. It almost was reminiscent of blue monarch butterfly wings.

While I didn’t miss the cap sleeve from the runway look, ordinarily I would have preferred a more funkier shoe than these black Jean-Michel Cazabat ‘Sherry’ open toed booties. But their funkiness could almost get a pass, as they played into the mod flair.

The styling was finished off with straight locks and a twist on a retro eye with Twiggy-inspired lashes, matching blue shadow hues and a nude lippie.

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You can buy Emma’s Ohne Titel dress from Matches Fashion Global and Matches Fashion UK.
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