Red Carpet Fashion Awards

“Dead Man Running” is a British gangster film produced by England footballers, Rio Ferdinand and Ashley Cole.

The film had it’s UK premiere last night, despite the huge controversy over the film being accused of glorifying gang violence.

Monet Mazur provided the much needed glamour on this red carpet.

She looked stunning wearing a sequined metallic full length Matthew Williamson Fall 2009 gown for a high-octane, luxurious look.

The gown was rich in colour with intricate embellished stone beads framing the dipped neckline.

Her bronzed clutch perfectly complemented the gown.

Jamelia, we all have our brand favourites and as an observer of red carpet fashion, I would be delighted to see you wearing something other than Dolce & Gabbana on the red carpet.

Yes you’ve had the odd Herve Leger dress here, and Topshop dress there, but since 2004 you have dressed in Dolce & Gabbana almost exclusively.

No one can ever accuse you of brand hoping, but a different silhouette would be a refreshing change.

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At the “Star Trek” LA premiere Kristin Cavallari made her first red carpet appearance since it was announced that she was taking over from Lauren Conrad on “The Hills”.

The star wore a multi-coloured curve-contouring Herve Leger Spring 2009 bandage dress, plus a Christian Louboutin Catenita cork sandals with a fuchsia pink heel and platform.

UK singer Jameilia wore to the same dress to the “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” London premiere. KG Azalea pink heels adorned with a cute bow and ruffled detail on the heel completed her look.

Both women look outstanding in this dress, but prefer Kristin’s cork heels. Jamelia’s stand out too much and take my attention away from her dress.

You can purchase this dress from Net-A-Porter US site for $1,590, or the Net-A-Porter International site for £1,400/€1,720.53.

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Before the heaven opened and we experienced torrential rain in London today, Emma Watson looked angelic wearing a vintage Ossie Clark print dress.

Whoever is styling her is doing a fantastic job, because she looks elegant yet not too grown up to alienate her young audience.

Her look was complete flawless natural make-up and a red ribbon hair accessory.

I think I prefer this look to the previous one.

Jamelia opted for this Hervé Léger ombré dress which for me is a breathe of fresh air, because for the last 10 years she has pretty much only worn Dolce & Gabbana on the red carpet.

Peachy bow heels complete this look.

Meg Matthews is usually quite brash and colourful on the red carpet, but on this occasion she opted for a subdued grey Antonio Berardi Tweed crew neck dress which has been lengthened from the runway version.

The most interesting part of this dress with its contrasting fabrics are the pockets which sit on either side of the hips.

*Sighs*

Myleene Klass is so gorgeous. I really love her effortless style.

This peachy dress hugs her gorgeous curves which she is now proud of. I love the way the dress drapes on her.

I never liked her look when she was a size 0. Curves are good.

JK Rowling also took to the red carpet.

The author showed of a lot of cleavage wearing a plunging blue chiffon Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti gown which she accessorized with a matching Marc Jacobs clutch and gold Christian Louboutin Differa sandals.

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I was really disappointed when I found out that Rachel McAdams wasn’t attending the World Premiere of State of Play in London last night, but Helen Mirren was so breath-taking in her ivory Donna Karan draped silk dress (£1,571/€2,035), which showed off her legendary age-defying figure, that Rachel was instantly forgotten.

Helen completed her look with a matching coat, and peep-toe satin Jimmy Choo heels.

She more than outshone her fellow younger attendees. Hannah Spearitt and Jamelia may have walked the red carpet is mini dresses, but all eyes were on Helen.

Reality TV star Bianca Gascoigne arrived in a pink tutu, more suited to a young ballerina, than a grown woman walking the red carpet.

Hannah Spearitt wore a white T-shirt dress, which is cute, but the scruffy workman boots are hideous.

Jamelia looked good as always, wearing in a striped and sequin embellished mini shift D&G dress, teamed with navy suede heels, but she still couldn’t outshine Helen.

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Sporting white pumps, Alesha Dixon wore a navy D&G Dolce & Gabbana sequin blazer, over a matching sequin mini D&G Spring 2009 anchor dress, which had a ribbon tie.

Alesha should have worn one or the other, because together this look becomes garish.

Jamelia becomes the 4th celebrity to wear the Jimmy Choo Corsica strappy sandals on the red carpet.

The singer wore a black satin Dolce & Gabbana dress, with her Choo’s, completing her look by matching her green earrings to her sexy sandals.

Classical girl group eScala, channeled their inner Girls Aloud by wearing colour co-ordinated looks on the red carpet.

From the left Chantal Leverton wore a navy and white Diane von Furstenberg scarf dress, which had a dash of yellow.

Tasya Hodges also wore a Diane von Furstenberg dress. Hers was white with a black geometric print, which she wore with black peep-toes.

Victoria Lyon wore a white tulip dress, with a navy waist band, whilst Izzy Johnston wore a navy and white printed dress, similar to Chantal’s.

Jenni Falconer really needs a new ‘do. Her style has not changed since 1994.

The GMTV presenter, wore a mint green dress, with silver pumps.

The delightful dress had a bubble hem, and a embroidered panel on the bodice.

Emilia Fox mixes a cute floral M Missoni Spring 2009 dress, with an eggplant leather motorcycle jacket.

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