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10.03.11

Front Row @ Miu Miu Fall 2011

Miu Miu got their front row casting spot on.

They mixed pretty young actresses who were ‘up and coming’ or had worn Miu Miu/Prada several times in the past.

Ginnifer Goodwin wore a black shoulder-accented sleeveless Miu Miu dress with python platform peep-toe pumps and matching clutch.

I’m not usually bored by Ginnifer, but I am in this case. Especially considering how everyone else looked.

Jennifer Lawrence wore a Miu Miu red silk puff sleeve dress with a black leather narrow belt, black pumps, and a white/black printed wristlet clutch.

I love this look, but the clutch throws me a bit.

Hailee wore an adorable Miu Miu blush pink silk long sleeve dress with an ivory ruffled collar.

Black multi-strap leather pumps and a leopard print clutch completed her look.

Once again superb styling, but I found myself distract by the smoky eye make-up.

Mila Kunis always knows how to make a black dress look sexy with her smoldering aura.

She wore a Miu Miu black V-neck dress with silver embroidered details.

She took a rare night off wearing Brian Atwood pumps instead opting for Miu Miu patent peep-toes.

Love Hailee and Mila.

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09.03.11 Best Dressed

Which Was Your Favourite Jennifer Lawrence Awards Season Look?

After a brief detour onto men’s editions of Who Wore It Better? we’re back to Awards Season polls.

My second favourite newcomer of the year was Jennifer Lawrence.

The “Winter’s Bone” nominated actress was totally fearless on the red carpet.

She favoured Oscar de la Renta and Prabal Gurung this season as she wore them both twice, but her most daring choice was her Louis Vuitton gown which was my favourite look from her this season.

Credit: Zuma Press, INFEvents & Getty

28.02.11

Jennifer Lawrence’s Déjà Vu Oscar Dress

Whilst I was knee deep in Oscar pictures many of you had noted that Jennifer Lawrence’s Calvin Klein dress had a touch of déjà vu about it.

The Best Actress nominee arrived wearing a red Calvin Klein dress to the 2011 Oscars.

Scarlett Johansson had worn a very similar Valentino body-hugging dress back in 2006, when she was up for Best Supporting Actress at the Golden Globes.

It’s uncanny how they even have the same pose.

Credit: Getty

27.02.11

Jennifer Lawrence In Calvin Klein – 2011 Oscars

Drop Dead Gorgeous Award
WOW….what a perfect way to kick of the 2011 Oscars tonight.

Jennifer Lawrence was the first to hit the red carpet wearing a custom-made Calvin Klein gown.

Her first-time nominated actress has set the bar really high.

I hope this is a sign of good things to come.

Everything about this look is simple and beautiful.

The hot red carpet lets us know she want to stand out, but her subtle accessories lets us know she’s not trying too hard.

Jimmy Choo ‘New Lancer’ platform sandals, a Judith Leiber clutch and Chopard jewels completed her look.

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Jennifer Lawrence In Dolce & Gabbana – 2011 Independent Spirit Awards

Just OK Award
Jennifer Lawrence attended the 2011 Independent Spirit Awards in LA yesterday afternoon.

Whilst she looked lovely wearing a Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2011 look, I found it very hard to get excited about it.

Her white bustier top and white lace maxi skirt was made more interesting with the addition of the turquoise Lorraine Schwartz bracelets.

Christian Louboutin wedges completed her beachy look.

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13.02.11

Jennifer Lawrence In Stella McCartney – 2011 BAFTA Awards

Most Disappointing Award
Jennifer Lawrence was surprisingly not nominated, but she still took the red carpet at the 2011 BAFTA Awards which is being held in London tonight.

The “Winter’s Bone” Oscar nominated actress opted for a British designer by wearing a Stella McCartney gown.

I love the embroidered detail her corseted navy gown, but I fear the dress is hanging too low.

If I was her I’d hoist it up a bit.

The whole look as a very romantic with the loose wavy updo, but I don’t like the choker.

It cheapens the look a bit for me.

Credit: Stephen Butler/Bafta / Rex Features/Rex Features/ZUMAPRESS.com