Red Carpet Fashion Awards

This is the Penelope Cruz I love.

Elegant, unstated, effortless and simply gorgeous.

She was by far my Best Dressed at this premiere looking angelic wearing a Ralph Lauren Spring 2010 vintage chambray georgette beaded gown.

For such a big occasion there may have been a temptation to over do the bling, but her Chopard diamonds complemented the sparkling details on her gown.

She completed her look with a Ralph Lauren lizard flower clutch.

Kate Hudson wore a stunning white Atelier Versace Fall 2009 strapless gown, with a beaded bodice and sculptural skirt, paired with silver heels.

This stunning creation should’ve been enough to be my best dressed, but I didn’t like her hair.

The hair is typical Kate Hudson.  It’s the same hair we see in candids out with her kids or her boyfriend A Rod.

I would have expected more in that department since she was wearing such an amazing gown.

Shout if you think it’s BDOTW worthy.

I expected Nicole Kidman to blow me away, but she didn’t.

I was so disappointed with her look and I really wish she opted for a stunning gown instead of this white Azzedine Alaia Spring 2010 ensemble.

Hopefully she will knock it out of the park for the following premiere’s.

Film Director Rebecca Miller arrived wearing the same Alexander McQueen Pre-Fall 2009 dress she wore to the “The Private Lives Of Pippa Lee” New York Screening.

Shingai Shoniwa of The Noisettes arrived with her bandmates Jamie Morrison and Dan Smith.

She left them in the shade wearing a David Koma Fall 2009 black dress with those distinctive tube details on the skirt.

I love that cropped red satin jacket she wore with her look.

Jasmine Guinness’ red velvet shawl and burgundy pumps through me off loving her Christian Dior Resort 2010 black gown with leopard print theme.

I like the red lips though.

Dame Judi Dench chose an understated lime green Betty Jackson full-length dress, which she paired with gold accessories.

Vivienne Westwood’s muse Tolula Adeyemi arrived wearing a sexy baby blue bustier gown, whilst carrying a Louis Vuitton clutch.

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Anna Wintour in Prada Spring 2009 & Fall 2009

Georgina Chapman in Fall 2008 & Marchesa Spring 2009

Alesha Dixon in D&G Spring 2009

Taylor Swift in Naeem Khan Fall 2009

Leighton Meester in Calvin Klein Spring 2009

Jasmine Guinness in Louis Vuitton Spring 2009

Jennifer Lopez in L’Wren Scott Spring 2009

Carla Gugino in Georges Chakra Couture Fall 2008

Teri Hatcher in Monique Lhuillier Pre-Fall 2009

Miley Cyrus in modified Alberta Ferretti Spring 2009

Erin O’Connor in Gucci Spring 2009

Rosario Dawson in Monique Lhuillier Spring 2009

Emilia Fox in M Missoni Spring 2009

Melora Hardin in Rafael Cennamo Spring 2009

Amber Valletta in Preen Fall 2009

Frida Giannini in Gucci Fall 2009

Gemma Arterton in Halston Spring 2009


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Katie Grand -the former editor of Pop Magazine – ALWAYS gives us the wow factor. This woman is not afraid of fashion.

Not only is she wearing a wooly mammoth fuschia pink Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2009 coat, but she also has Louis Vuitton Fall 2009 bunny ears, as a hair accessory.

Her amazing look is complete with Louis Vuitton Spring 2009 heels and a sparkling pink – barely seen – dress.

Fierce. Only Kate and Roisin Murphy can get away with this look.


Jacquetta Wheeler is having a great week, as this is another fabulous look for her. The model wore a Missoni Maranta silk kimono dress.

The colours are bright, as you would expect from Missoni, but it doesn’t feel like she was trying too hard.

She picked a different multi-coloured belt from the runway, and she completed her look with a woven white bag and gold strappy heels.


Jacquetta didn’t try to hard, but I feel Gemma Arterton did. In an attempt to be cute, this comes off as desperately trying to stand out.

The colours I feel don’t suit her. The runway version would have been better for her. Her pumps are the only thing I like here, as I’m also tiring of that same hairstyle for every event.


I really loved Jade Parfitt’s Missoni Hedda print dress. The multiple colours really drew me in.

The model modified the dress from the runway, making the voluminous sleeves and the skirt shorter.

Her dress was complimented well with a pair of silver heels.


Although I can see the lining of Jade Jagger’s dress and her bra under her dress, this Missoni Brina ruffle tunic dress, was a great choice for the designer, and very typical of her laid back style.

The colours work well with her skintone, and the ruffles on the side are a cute touch.


Margarita Missoni wore a Missoni one-shoulder navy dress. It’s not the most colour piece of all the collections, but as host, she no doubt didn’t want to hog the limelight.

What may not be immediately noticeable is the silver lurex all over the dress, which shimmers in a quite way.


Posing with the head designer Angela Missoni, Jasmine Guinness wore a knitted Missoni Vivace fringe dress.

The two-tone dress has a contrasted banned hem, which Jasmine compliments with a matching belt.


I love Kate Nash’s style, and I feel this Missoni Rosetta woven dress was perfect for her.

It’s cute, sassy, colourful and pink really compliments her milky complexion.

Like Margarita and Jasmine, she wore tights with her look.

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