Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Rag & Bone’s David Neville threw a party at Intermix on Robertson Blvd. yesterday inviting several gorgeous celebrity party guests.

Drew Barrymore was easily the coolest chic at the party wearing a Rag & Bone vintage navy Husser jacket.

A grey vest and black tapered pants were styled with her favourite YSL Trib Too’s, a chunky necklace and a baker boy hat.

Anna Kendrick wore a Rag & Bone 42nd Street blazer.  The interesting twist is that the blazer has sheer sleeves.

A white top, black sandals and Rag & Bone Kelly green skinny jeans complete her casual chic look.

Whilst most guests wore pants, Malin Akerman opted for a short and sexy Rag & Bone Hadleigh dress.

Her vertical striped dress with a mesh overlay was paired with Chanel peep-toes. Read more…

Kim Cattrall presented Tom Ford with the ‘Menswear Designer of the Year Award’ at the 2008 CFDA Awards wearing a Monique Lhuillier Fall 2008 asymmetrical gown with an embellished shoulder detail.

The ‘Sex And The City’ actress wore her hair slicked back into a tight bun and carried a navy clutch.

Garcelle Beauvais wore the same dress to the 32nd Annual Carousel Of Hope Ball in Beverly Hills this weekend.

Dana Davis heels, a black clutch and a silver Neil Lane ring completed the look.

I was sent to give this to Garcelle because she blows me away in this gown, but in the end I gave it to Kim because I prefer her navy clutch to Garcelle’s black clutch.

Credit: Style.com, Fame Pictures & Getty

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Nicky Hilton, Garcelle Beauvais and Brandy also attended the Carousel of Hope Ball in Beverly Hills this weekend.

Nicky wore a very elegant red Missoni Arabella crochet-knit gown with Dana Davis heels and a wide waistband.

Normally we only see Nicky wearing a mini dress or a leather jacket, so this is a refreshing change.

Garcelle looked like a beautiful Goddess wearing a Monique Lhuillier navy gown with a beaded shoulder detail dress.

She added Dana Davis heels, a black clutch and a silver Neil Lane ring.

Brandy looked equally glamorous wearing a white Nicole Miller draped gown with an embellished bodice.

A gold clutch and silver bracelet completed her look.

Credit: Fame Pictures, Getty & Style.com

Last night Audrina Patridge and Garcelle Beauvais both wore David Meister asymmetrical dresses to the 2nd Annual “Give & Get Fete” which was held at SoHo House in LA.

Audrina has a smokin’ hot body, so she’ll look good in anything.

She wore a David Meister black snake-skin print dress which she paired with ankle strap heels, an armlet and a Jimmy Choo ‘tube’ clutch.

This is a very typical look for Audrina, but as always it works for her.

Garcelle who was the host of this event, wore a similar asymmetrical style David Meister dress, but opted for a more colourful print to Audrina sexier dark print.

The multi-colour abstract print dress was paired with gold jewels, but uninspiring heels and clutch.

Credit: Zuma Press

Most Casual Award
Garcelle Beauvais arrived at the 41st NAACP Image Awards looking very casual in comparison to everyone else.

She opted for a Pamella Roland Spring 2009 cobalt blue one shoulder dress with sash tied to the waist.

Although the look is casual, it not too casual to say she didn’t make an effort.

With a beautiful face like Garcelle’s, she can get away with wearing just about anything.

The actress paired her look with a silver Jimmy Choo Private sandals.

Credit: nymag.com & Wireimage




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