22.06.11 Premiere

Evan Rachel Wood In Dolce & Gabbana – “True Blood” Season 4 Premiere

Evan Rachel Wood attended the “True Blood” Season 4 Premiere last night, which was held at the ArcLight Cinemas Cinerama Dome in Hollywood, California.

I LOVE this look.

Evan is one of the few young starlets in Hollywood who steps out of the ‘mold’ and consistently keeps things interesting on the red carpet.

Her Dolce & Gabbana grey pants and vest look was teamed with a fresh new ‘boy band’ haircut and red suspender braces.

I love how this look strikes the perfect balance between masculinity with alluring femininity. As Steven Tyler would say, “dude looks like a lady.”

The key to this look is part confidence, part fearless attitude, plus the aid of a good (hair, make-up & clothing) stylist.

I was quite obsessed with this whole look head-to-toe, but the leopard print back doesn’t quite work for me.

This is surprising considering my obsession with animal print.

Jimmy Choo Balance patent-leather mesh pumps plus Dana Rebecca Designs and C. Greene jewels completed her look.

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2011 Met Gala Round-Up

Here is the final round up from the 2011 Met Gala.

Salma Hayek wore a costume Alexander McQueen peach organza rose dress. We have all questioned her McQueen choices in the past, but this type of gown is perfect for her. She accessorized with a McQueen clutch and Gucci jewels.

Margherita Missoni is her own best brand ambassador. She was glowing wearing an ombre Missoni Fall 2011 knit dress with a feathered skirt.

Sofia Vergara wore a Carolina Herrera strapless blossom print faille gown. Like Renee she’s found the perfect designer for her. So refreshing not to see her twins spilling out.

Anna Dello Russo chose a masculine military Alexander McQueen look which included a black duchesse satin tailcoat, white shirt and gold fern embroidered pants.

I love the look, she’s been doing the masculine thing a lot lately, but that Egg on her head is bordering on GaGa terrority. Ridiculous.

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Evan Rachel Wood In Gucci – MTVs The Seven

Evan Rachel Wood continues to promote her new movie, “The Conspirator” on MTVs ‘The Seven’ in New York City this week.

The face of ‘Gucci Guilty’ donned a Gucci Spring 2011 all black look.

She took one element from the runway, which was the exquisite embellished short sleeved top and added a thinner black belt and flared pants.

I think the reason she broken down the look is because it has quite a military feel to it on the runway, and perhaps that wasn’t quite the look she was going for.

Whilst I prefer the runway belt with the signature tassels, the belt she wore perfectly complements the look.

My only personal bug-bear is that I find the pants to be too long.

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Evan Rachel Wood In Gucci – “The Conspirator” New York Premiere

Evan Rachel Wood continues to give us a 70’s vibe on the red carpet at “The Conspirator” New York Premiere.

I love her burnt orange Gucci Fall 2011 dress.

She makes this long sleeve dress with a plunging neckline uber sexy with her undeniable confidence on the red carpet.

I wish she didn’t opt for the brown leather Gucci Fall 2011 boots as I don’t like how slouchy they look.

Evan wore her hair down sporting subtle curls which framed her face and pink glossy lips.

A long gold pendant necklace and a small black clutch completed her look.

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Evan Rachel Wood In Jill Stuart – “The Conspirator” Washington DC Premiere

Evan Rachel Wood was in Washington DC yesterday to attend the premiere of her latest movie, “The Conspirator.”

The blonde actress wore a beautiful multi coloured Jill Stuart Fall 2011 printed dress with a neck tie detail.

I love this whimsical silhouette as its classic with a funky twist, but this dress is more suitable in an office than on a red carpet.

As a former PA this is something I would’ve worn to the office, never on the red carpet.

This look has ‘Joan Holloway’ all over it.

I do however love Evan’s Gucci suede rust peep-toes.

A black Ferragmo clutch completed her look.

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