Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Here is a roundup of the rest of the looks from the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style Awards Honoring Iman And Missoni, which took place in Beverly Hills, California on Sunday evening.

Gabrielle Union: The actress wore a beautiful pink ombre Missoni v-neck gown. The two downsides are that she posed on the runway with her hands in her pockets and that her foundation is too light for her complexion.

Sofia Vegara: The buxom babe looked very elegant in her blue zigzag-print Missoni dress. The dress is a tad too long, but looks stunning nonetheless. Soft, tumbling curls and a coral stone cuff with matching earrings completed her look.

Alessandra Ambrosio: Usually you can rely on supermodels to wow on the red carpet. Unfortunately that was not the case on this occasion. I’m not fond of Alessandra’s sleeveless red turtleneck, which is a shame because I love her shimmering striped skirt. I would’ve preferred this look as a striped v-neck gown.

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This is the best I have seen Gabrielle Union in a very long while.

The actress has been wearing a lot of depressing dark colours for a long while on the red carpet.

That all changed at the BET Honors which took place in Washington, DC last night because I was ecstatic to see her wearing refreshing burst of colour.

She glowed wearing a Rachel Roy Spring 2011 gown.

The aqua deconstructed cascade gown was styled with a matching aqua ring and a chic updo with a few pieces framing her face.

Glad to see Gabrielle back to her best during Awards Season.

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Katharine McPhee was my favourite on this red carpet from this group, as I can totally see myself wearing this look.

The singer wore an Alice + Olivia taupe embellished tank with Alice + Olivia Anders safari pants.

January Jones wore a white Alice + Olivia sheath dress with draping on the hip with white strappy Jerome Rousseau sandals.

Vanessa Hudgens opted for a cute Tibi strapless mini dress from the Spring 2010 collection, with an amazing pair of multi-coloured Jimmy Choo ‘Zuma’ sandals.

Layered Irit Design silver chain necklaces completed her look.

I wasn’t at all excited about what Anna Kendrick wore, but her accessories made up for it.

She wore Jimmy Choo ‘Zena’ sandals and carried the much coveted Emilio Pucci Marquise bag.

Jessica Stroup also wore a white dress.

Her was a draped one shoulder Notte by Marchesa dress with a ruffled shoulder detail.

A Jimmy Choo ‘Mini Carolina’ clutch and those clunky Casadei 3504 triple platform pumps completed her look.

Like Anna, Gabrielle Union opted for an all black look which included a Helmut Lang dress, a Yaya leather jacket and Alexander McQueen cut-out zippers & skull booties.

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For someone so young and so pretty Gabrielle Union is not usually that impressive on the red carpet.

She always dresses too maturely or in really dark colours, so I was happy to see her glistened on the red carpet at the 41st NAACP Image Awards.

Gabrielle looked beautiful wearing a Pamella Roland Spring 2010 silver modern beaded cocktail dress with long sleeves.

I love her whole look which included silver Jimmy Choo heels and a Jimmy Choo clutch.

The lighter streaks in her hair makes her appear younger.

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Gabrielle Union was one of the few at this event that didn’t bore me along with Taraji.

Gabrielle wore a figure hugging nude strapless gown with silver detailing. Nice dress, shame about the hair.

Taraji P. Henson also opted for nude Alberta Ferretti gown which was gorgeous against her skin, but the hunched shoulders really bother me.

There’s something very dated and home-made about Mya’s red strapless gown with a jeweled detail.

She obviously wanted to stand out on this red carpet – which she does – but for all the wrong reason.

Queen Latfiah continue to her slide into boringville.

Her LBD is nice enough, but in she needs to bring back the colour.

Something tells me I’ve seen Mary J Blige wear this one-sleeved dress before.

This is the best I’ve seen Tichina Arnold in a long while. Her black gown with a feathered skirt doesn’t often me.

This has to be one of the most boring and poorly dressed red carpet events of the year.

The BET Honors airs on February 1 at 8 pm on BET.

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January Jones would have stood out at this event wearing a two-tone Gucci Resort 2010 bandeau dress, paired with statement necklace, black heels and her blonde locks piled high.

Her asymmetrical heels are an interesting choice, but I would have loved something less heavy to go with her summery dress.

Zoe Saldana continues to impress wearing a two tone lingerie-inspired Antonio Berardi Spring 2010 bustier dress which screams ‘sexy’.

I’m loving the gold heels Jamie King wore with her Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 dress.

The dress gathers from neckline down the front of her dress and has an interesting jagged hemline.

It’s been a while since we saw Emma Stone on the red carpet.

The actress walked the red carpet wearing a back tulle Christian Cota Fall 2009 draped dress with Guiseppe Zanotti ankle boots.

I wish I could have found a better picture of her stand up straight.

I am in lust with Olivia Wilde’s white Marchesa Bridal dress.

The colour, the structure, the folds and the embroidered detail on the bodice excite my senses.

Unfortunately I’m don’t feel the same way about her hairstyle.  An updo would’ve worked wonders.

Her look is paired with Brian Atwood Marlo heels.

There was a time when Kim Kardashian would’ve been guaranteed to walk this event wearing a bandage dress, but these days she covers up but still manages to look sexy.

This plum colour is gorgeous on her.

Jessica Stroup always keeps her look young and fresh.

She wore a pair of gold metallic lace boy shorts and black tailored jacket from the ‘Amber Valletta for Monrow’ capsule collection.

Jimmy Choo Detroit suede ankle boots complete her look.

It looks like shorts were the hot trend of the night as Amanda Seyfried also donned a black pair, teaming them with a crocheted fringed top.

A Judith Leiber clutch and Brian Atwood Maniac black heels complete this cute look.

Rose McGowan goes without her signature red pout on this occasion for a fresher neutral look.

Her blue Miu Miu bustier dress has also been worn by Kristen Dunst.

Elizabeth Banks and Gabrielle Union both wore black BCBG Max Azria dresses.

Elizabeth paired her mini dress with pattern tights, whilst Gabrielle’s asymmetrical hemmed dress was paired with peep-toes and a two-tone clutch.

Credit: Style.com & London Features




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