Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Halle Berry didn’t walk the red carpet at the Spike TV 2010 Scream Awards, as her duty for the night was to present director Christopher Nolan with the ‘Ultimate Scream Award’.

Yes I’ve moaned at the fact the she always appears to be wearing the different variations of the same fitted mini dress which show-off the girls, but she looked amazing as she took the stage at The Greek Theatre in LA.

I can’t moan about this breath-taking gold sequined Reem Acra dress which matched her gold Christian Louboutin peep-toe pumps.

Her famous crop and Lorraine Schwartz jewels completed this outstanding look.

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Maybe Halle Berry read your comments from my last post, because she changed her red carpet formula for her promotion of her newest fragrance “Reveal”.

In Hamburg, Germany she did wear something short, but it wasn’t tight and it wasn’t revealing the twins.

*Shocker*

She looked fabulous wearing a metallic Badgley Mischka long-sleeved asymmetrical dress which she paired with metallic peep-toes and a selection of necklaces.

I’m glad she has given us something new, as her red carpet looks were starting to all roll into just one typical dress.

Beautiful as always.

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Halle Berry was one of the many celebrities guests to attend the “Swarovski Elements Present 22 Ways to Say Black” event which was a Charity Auction of original couture held at MILK Studios in New York last night.

One thing you can say about Halle is, she’s never met a fitted dress she didn’t like.

Her Roberto Cavalli LBD is leaving very little to the imagination. Thankfully she has a rockin’ body to pull it off.

She carried a Stella McCartney pewter bag whilst dazzling wearing Swarovski jewels.

Do you think Halle looks good or are you tired of this same red carpet figure-hugging look?

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Halle Berry historically became the first black woman to win Best Actress at the Oscars.

She makes history again today by being only the second black woman to appear on the cover of American Vogue’s September 2010 issue.

Naomi Campbell was the first. If you watched “The September Issue” documentary, you’ll remember how Anna Wintour said back in 1989 it caused “huge controversy to put a black girl on the September cover”.

Oh how times have changed. 21 years on we’re only focusing how beautiful Halle looks on the cover.

Mario Testino shot Halle wearing 6 velvet dresses by Giorgio Armani, Marc Jacobs, Vera Wang and Escada.

Velvet is synonymous with Fall, so it’s the perfect way to put as in a Fall mindset as the Fall looks hit the stores.

Halle talks about being a mum to 2-year-old daughter Nahla and her split with Nahla’s father, Gabriel Aubry.

This 726 page issue goes on sale in the US August 24.

You can read Halle’s whole interview at Vogue.com.

Here are some extracts:

On the so-called Oscar curse: “People win Oscars, and then it seems like they fall off the planet. And that’s partly because a huge expectation walks in the room and sits right down on top of your head. The moment I won the Oscar, I felt the teardown the very next day. I thought, if I’m going down, I’m going down taking chances and daring to risk. Hence …Catwoman.” Read more…

It was a so-so weekend for most on the red carpet, but Halle Berry looked sensational at the “Shanghai Bazaar Charity Gala 2010″ held in China last night.

The actress wore a breath-taking one-shoulder black organza Vera Wang custom-made gown with a nude underlay.

The gown is lightly embellished on the bodice with ruffled detail on the shoulder.

As usual the star doesn’t need many accessories to shine, just simple subtle jewels and flawless nude make-up.

This is what you call a super star.

I’m so happy to see Halle back on the red carpet.

Credit: Zuma




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