Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Emily Mortimer in Chloé Resort 2009

Leticia Dolera in Josep Font Spring 2009 Bridal

Isla Fisher in Matthew Williamson Pre-Fall 2009

Rosana Pastor in Carolina Herrera Spring 2009

Amy Adams in Jasmine Di Milo Spring 2007

Belen Rueda in Carolina Herrera Spring 2009

Freida Pinto in Zac Posen Spring 2009

Mar Saura in Versace Fall 2008

Monica Cruz in Roberto Cavalli Pre-Fall 2009

Sophie Kinsella in Alexander McQueen Resort 2009

Dafne Fernandez in Hannibal Laguna One & Only collection

Rachel Griffiths in Lanvin Fall 2008

Maribel Verdu in Christian Dior Resort 2008

Michelle Monaghan in modified Giambattista Valli Spring 2009

Aitana Sanchez Gijon in Oscar de la Renta Resort 2009

Estelle in Versace Pre-Fall 2008


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Isla Fisher wore a sexy strapless Matthew Williamson Pre-Fall 2009 dress, with a graphic multi-coloured print, and beaded detailing around the waist and pockets.

She wore her dress with mint green peep-toe heels, and large statement earrings.

The dress is very similar in style, to the Spring 2009 peachy dress which model Anja Rubik wore.

I do like Claire Danes’ Zac Posen Pre-Fall 2009 spaghetti strapped printed dress, with a fringed hem, but her hair and the make-up, really let her down.

Her pretty face is lost under a such a bad hairstyle. I’m not sure what happened with the make-up, but she has had much better days on the red carpet.

Krysten Ritter opted for a purple bubble hem, and pleated cap sleeved Sonia by Sonia Rykiel mini dress.

Leslie Bibb shimmered in a silver 3/4 length sleeved dress, with matching pumps.

Who knew writers were so fashion forward. Some how I can’t see JK Rowling wearing this.

Sophie Kinsella – who’s books you must have read – arrived wearing a black and white stripped Alexander McQueen column dress, with padded angular shoulders.

She completed her look with a red and black Union Jack McQueen clutch and black peep-toes.

Wendie Malick bravely opted for a very masculine 3 piece suit. Too masculine.

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Of the rest, Laura Linney was definitely the best.

I love the mellow yellow colour of her asymmetrical Elie Saab Spring 2008 Couture gown, and the embellished waist. She looked outstanding.

Taraji P. Henson looked gorgeous in her J.Mendel Fall 2008 chiffon gown. It was quite dramatic, without going over the top.

She completed her look with a black satin Mary Norton clutch.

The trend for wearing electric blue continues with Mary-Louise Parker. Her Carlos Miele Spring 2009 gown had asymmetrical tiers from the bodice, and a chiffon hem and train.

She accessorized her gown with silver jewels and a Mary Norton clutch and Chopard jewels.

Sandra Bullock was another one of my favourites in this vanilla Dior gown.

I love how her hair falls to the opposite direction of her asymmetrical gown.

Rachel Griffiths wore a one-shouldered golden Ralph Rucci silk gown, with a Judith Leiber vintage handbag Decades Inc, Liseanne Frankfurt jewels and bronze Vanessa Noel heels.

Kyra Sedgwick did not wear L’Wren Scott as I had predicted. Instead she wore a strapless red belted Oscar de la Renta gown, with Fred Leighton jewels.

Amanda Seyfried wore an ethereal pearl Stella McCartney silk asymmetric gown, which had a beaded detail on the shoulder.

She completed her look with a Daniel Swarovski clutch.

Heidi Klum wore an incredibly cute strapless vintage James Galanos pouf dress, with black and red polka dots from Decades.

She completed her look with Christian Louboutin multi buckle sandals.

I was not crazy about Isla Fisher’s two-tone nude Carlos Miele Spring 2009 gown. I would have liked it to be all one colour.

Elisabeth Moss was one of the many ladies who picked red last night, hers was vintage Givenchy, and she picked Garrard jewels to complete her look.

Jane Krakowski opted for a J. Mendel gown, which she wore with Ivanka Trump Fine Jewelry.

Melissa George does not do safe, which is why her thigh-high split ice blue Armani Prive gown has an interesting black fan detail on the bodice.

Tina Fey’s Roberto Cavalli plunging gown, also did not wow me.

Surprise guest of the night was Alek Wek. I don’t remember the last time I saw her on the red carpet.

The supermodel wore a Christian Dior Fall 2008 mini dress, which showed off her impossibly long legs.

Vanessa Hudgens wore a nude beaded Alberta Ferretti gown, with a candy coloured necklace.

Madeline Zima looks youthful but elegant. She has an amazing figure and I love how this dress shows her shape and the curves hit all the right points.

Viola Davis’ gown for some reason reminded me of Gwyneth Paltrow’s Zac Posen Oscar 2007 gown with shape and the lines.

She dressed well for her figure, and the colour is so complimentary to her skin.

Maria Menounos wore a cute purple ruffle one shoulder Ina Soltani gown.

Samantha Harris wore the same designer, but picked her dress in the colour of the moment – electric blue.

Christina Hendricks has curves to die for. The stunning redhead looked ravishing wearing a custom black silk sculpted strapless Tadashi gown.

Anna Paquin wore a purple Herve Leroux gown, which had a ruched bodice and draped detail on the side.

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