Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Gwen Stefani attended the 20th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Academy Awards Viewing Party at The City of West Hollywood Park, California last night.

The singer, who arrived with her No Doubt bandmates, wore a Zuhair Murad Fall 2011 Couture dress.

Her long-sleeve black lace dress with black crystal beadwork and cherry-red floral appliqués needed that runway belt.

The end result leaves her looking boxy, which is surprisingly considering the fabric.

I’m also not impressed with those tired YSL Trib Too’s.

The dress is pretty, but the styling is terrible.

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The 2011 MOCA Gala on Saturday night was Gwen Stefani’s second red carpet look this weekend.

On this occasion Gwen wore a Carven Spring 2011 dress.

Once again this look has a lot going on.

Her black taffeta dress has an asymmetrical neckline, a sash across the shoulder, a ruched bustier, and a draped tulip skirt.

On paper it should totally overwhelm the wearer, but Gwen’s presence and attitude helps her pull off this look.

The singer/designer kept her top knot from her previous look, and added a black clutch and purple peep-toes.

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Gwen Stefani was at the Jim Henson studios in LA on Saturday to launch her Harajuku Mini for Target collection.

The singer/designer did so wearing a look from her L.A.M.B. Spring 2012 collection.

Her zig-zag and floral print look consisted of a jacket and skinny cropped pants.

The two-tone theme continued down to her crisscross L.A.M.B. wedges.

With this much print, the addition of a gold statement necklace would be overkill on most people, but Gwen pulls it off.

My problem with this look is the expose bra which is kinda tacky for a kids event.

A high top knot and signature bold lips provided the finishing touches.

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This year Gwen Stefani attended her first Cannes Film Festival as a L’Oreal girl.

She grace the red carpet at the premiere for ‘This Must Be The Place’ wearing a Giorgio Armani Spring 2011 gown.

Her chic white silk gown with a black asymmetrical strap and an opening just above the waist was teamed with tri-colour Christian Louboutin peep-toes and a red clutch.

Angela Bassett wore the same dress to the Multicultural Benefit Gala to celebrate ‘An Evening of Many Cultures’ at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City last month.

She finished off her look with a sleek bob, a black clutch and black peep-toes.

This is a hard one for me because I didn’t like Gwen’s heavy eye makeup, but I preferred her accessories and I loved the red lips, so she eventually wins for me.

If you can’t make up your mind, click on the image above to see more pictures of these ladies in their Giorgio Armani dress.

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Supermodel Iman took to the red carpet at the Met Gala earlier this month wearing a gold and bronze sequined Stella McCartney jumpsuit.

The jumpsuit features a deep V-neck, padded shoulders, long sleeves and loose fitting pants.

Iman cinched in the waist with a decorative black and gold belt and accessorized with a mini clutch, platform heels and some stunning costume jewelry.

I like the details of this outfit but sadly I think the impact is lost in the fact that her hair, skin tone and the colour of the jumpsuit are all blending into one another. I think if the jumpsuit had been a different colour this would’ve been more impactful.

Gwen Stefani attended “The Tree of Life” 2011 Cannes Film Festival Premiere wearing the black version which she also opted to cinch in at the waist.

The rest of her accessories included platform heels, a gold clutch and matching bracelet.

I really love Gwen’s hair and makeup. I love the deep side part and wavy curls and I think her makeup is youthful and fun. Her punchy pink pout is pretty and perfectly complements the rest of her look so she wins for me.

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