Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Eva Herzigova In Dolce & Gabbana - 'Project Runway' Italia Photocall

Eva Herzigova attended the ‘Project Runway’ photocall on Tuesday (February 4) in Milan, Italy.

The Czech model wore a Dolce & Gabbana forest-green dress which merges suave tailoring with a sultry sensibility.

While she let the look down by wearing the wrong bra, I love her charming, simple accessorizing of the look, featuring an embroidered leather Dolce & Gabbana ‘Miss Sicily’ bag and patent-leather pumps which were perfectly colour coordinated in the matching green hue.

Golden wavy locks, heart-shaped diamond-encrusted earrings and a glossy red pout completed her look.

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You can buy Eva’s Dolce & Gabbana ‘Miss Sicily’ Bag in black from Luisa via Roma.

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The Serpentine Gallery Summer Party

Aside from Naomi Campbell and Sarah Jessica Parker, a host of stars did wear L’Wren Scott frocks to the Serpentine Gallery Summer Party, which the designer hosted in Hyde Park, London yesterday evening.

Princess Beatrice: The princess looked chic wearing a L’Wren Scott blue lace dress with a scoop neckline, scalloped hem and interesting pleats at the cuffs. Her dazzling accessories included a blue embellished clutch and crystallized pumps.

Joanne Froggatt: The ‘Downton Abbey’ star is known for her love of colour, but on this rare occasion she selected a black L’Wren Scott frock. The embroidered mini was styled with Christian Louboutin ‘Lagoula’ sandals and a studded Christian Louboutin ‘Paris’ bag to prevent this look from being too forgettable.

Alice Eve: Now this is more like it. Alice clearly read her invite for this summer party. The actress wore a L’Wren Scott Spring 2013 white-and-gold sequin frock, styled with gold pumps and a cream oversized clutch with a gold bow accent.

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Here is a round up of all the models who took to the red carpet on Thursday evening for the amfAR Cinema Against AIDS Gala held at Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Cap d’Antibes, France on Thursday evening before taking to the runway for the fashion show.

Karolina Kurkova: Cavalli created an uber hot black cut-out gown for the sensational Kurkova. This woman couldn’t look bad if she tried. Aside from the serpent bracelet, she let the gown do all the talking…and it’s sayin’ “don’t I look hot?”

Joan Smalls: The gorgeous model worked a Givenchy Fall 2013 floral sequin sheer gown with a sheer sweater with leather appliqués. I had expected Ciara to have worn one of these looks by now. I didn’t have high hopes for this portion of the collection, but it does translate rather nicely off the runway. I am intrigued to see the look sans sweater.

Karlie Kloss: Is she just not trying anymore? The model wore a Louis Vuitton Pre-Fall 2013 look which is uber chic, but just not enough for a gala event. She could’ve worn anything she wanted, so I wonder why she chose to wear this. Maybe she just wanted to be less obvious like many of her fellow models at this event.

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As the official partner of Cannes Festival for the 15th consecutive year, Chopard pays tribute to Marilyn Monroe with the exhibition of photography and jewelry.

The jewelry collection that honours Marilyn’s beauty was designed by Caroline Scheufele, artistic director and co-president of Chopard.

Eva Herzigova stepped out on the red carpet last night wearing a Dolce & Gabbana custom gown with a Chopard necklace inspired by Monroe’s timeless elegance.

The Marilyn Monroe Tribute Set includes the necklace and matching earrings, which are also set with brilliants, briolettes and heart-shaped diamonds. The impressive set uses over 210 carats in diamonds.

The exhibit, called ‘Diamonds and Glamour: Marilyn Monroe and Chopard’, will be previewed in the Chopard Lounge at the Hotel Martinez throughout the Cannes Festival, before touring the world during the rest of the year.

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The 2012 Cannes Film Festival opening ceremony, held inside the Palais des Festivals on Wednesday evening brought out even more stars.

Virginie Ledoyen: The French actress looked absolutely stunning in a strapless teal goddess-like Elie Saab gown. With neatly pulled back hair, Chopard jewelry and a winning smile, I’m getting Natalie Portman vibes – the utmost compliment, of course.

Eva Herzigova: The model has me completely envious, wearing a gorgeous custom Dolce & Gabbana gown. Covered in crystals, the pale pink ¾ length sleeve gown fits Eva impeccably, although a do find her large diamond Chopard necklace to be unnecessary. That dress can certainly stand on it’s on.

Dolores Chaplin: The actress, and granddaughter of Charlie Chaplin, wore a bright chartreuse Lanvin gown, in a silhouette similar to that of Emma Stone’s dress at the 2012 Golden Globes. Whilst I love the bright colour of the dress, I wish she had added a bright belt or shoes.

Kara Hayward: The young ‘Moonrise Kingdom’ star makes her Cannes debut wearing a tiered lemon Louis Vuitton dress. The light colour and sweet shape is perfect for such a young actress. A headband accented up-do completes the look.

Who were your favourites from day 1 of Cannes Film Festival?

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