Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Julia Roberts appeared on “The Late Show with David Letterman” on Wednesday night to promote her new drama, “Eat Pray Love.”

The Oscar winning actress said that she thinks she’s too old for romantic comedy movies.

As a 42-year-old married mother of five-year-old twins she said, “I think I’m too old for those silly situations of unrequited love! It becomes less plausible when you’re in the 40s to be walking down in the hallways because a boy walks by! I’ve read a couple lately that are more original and more mature, but they just didn’t seem to fit for me.”

The star ditched her usual head-to-toe black to wear a black and white Stella McCartney Resort 2011 ensemble on the show.

Her look included a white Stella McCartney blazer with black lapels which were paired with a black top, black Stella McCartney tapered pants and black sandals.

I was expecting her whole promotional tour to be all black, so to start off with a touch of white could be a sign of more colourful things to come but I very much doubt it.

This is such a so cute picture of Julia Roberts with her niece Emma Roberts who both attended the “Valentine’s Day” LA Premiere last night.

I love the confidence oozing from young Emma as she poses alongside her famous Auntie.

Julia opted for a black organza Christian Dior Resort 2010 dress with a fold detail on the waist.

It doesn’t show up on these pictures too well, but the dress is covered with embroidered details.

I would’ve fainted if Julia opted for the runway version.

Jimmy Choo “Nina” sandals complete the look.

Emma opted for a Jenny Packham Spring 2010 crystal encrusted mini halter dress which kind of has a ’60s vibe to it.

She paired her dress with Brian Atwood silver “Kendall” shoes.

I really like both these looks.

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Worst Dressed Award
I never liked this Zac Posen Resort 2010 dress on the runway, and I’m sorry to say but I think it’s even worse on Tina Fey.

The print is quite garish and I just hate this awkward length on the skirt.

The only thing I did like were her nude satin Christian Louboutin bow T dorect peep toe d’orsay heels.

Most Predictable Award
We get it, we get it Mariah Carey.

You’ve got big boobs, but must show them off at every occasion?

I did applaud Mariah’s attempt become more sophisticated on the red carpet, but she’s slowly slipped back to tackyville.

Next time please cover up the twins and try to discover what demure and sophisticated means.

Inappropriately Dressed Award
Perrey Reeves looks great in her black and teal Herve Leger dress, but it’s NOT event appropriate.

Had it been a gown it would’ve worked better for me, but this dress was way to casual.

I Guess You Couldn’t Be Bothered To Dress Up Award
Julia Roberts wore a very simple black knee-length vintage YSL dress.  So simple it bored me to tears.

OK the necklace jazzes it up a bit, but I can’t help feeling that her poor stylist had to fight to get her to wear it.

She carried a Christian Louboutin clutch.

Most Disappointed Award
The one person I was looking forward to seeing on this red carpet was Carey Mulligan.

Unfortunately I wasn’t wowed by her navy and black organza Nina Ricci Spring 2010 modified gown.

I think the runway version is way more interesting with the asymmetrical neckline and the lace skirt.

Her look was completed with Fred Leighton jewels.

Worst Supported Award
For someone who’s spent a lot of time promoting bra’s I was very surprised at Heidi Klum’s lack of support in her ice blue Roberto Cavalli dress.

Too Sombre Award
Maybe it was the weather but I just wasn’t feeling the lack of colour in January Jones’ look.

Normally she wears lots of bright colours, but it was  her black Lanvin gown really gave me the blues.

I also really disliked that heavy black headband.

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Charlize Theron never fails to give us the wow factor, even if she is wearing just a LBD.

The actress arrived at this event looking beautiful and statuesque, wearing a long sleeved black Lanvin Pre-Fall 2009 lace dress, with a ruffled detail going down one side.

The dress was presented with a belt, which Charlize didn’t wear. Instead she accessorized with stunning jewels, a metallic clutch and metallic python heels.

I wasn’t a fan of the Bottega Veneta Fall 2009 collection with their built-in underwire bra’s, but seeing this gown on Christie Turlington, I must admit I’m now in love.

Some times you need to see a dress off the runway, to really appreciate it.

Woot woot. Julia Roberts is not wearing head-to-black.

You can’t imagine how I happy I was to see her not wearing a dress in her signature colour.

The actress arrived wearing a white jacquard Dolce & Gabbana sheath dress, with a black cardigan and black square toe heels.

Some of you may be shocked by what Rita Wilson is wearing, but I’m not. She’s never played it safe on the red carpet, and this is always admirable in my books.

Tom Hanks’ wife wore a paillette covered v-neck dress, with feathered shoulders.

I can’t say I’m crazy about her shoe choice, but everything else works for me.

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“Late Show with David Letterman”, New York

The black YSL Trib Twos were grinding on my last nerve, but I am happier that celebs are at least wearing the must have shoe in another colour now.

Ginnifer Goodwin wore the dove grey YSL Trib Two slingbacks, with her YSL LBD.

Her dress was in desperate need for some kind of magic, so she wore stunning Roxanne Assounlin for Brian Reyes jewelry to add some pizazz to her look.

Jergens and Skin Cancer Foundation’s Glow In The Dark Event, LA

Rachel Bilson looked super stylish in a navy and white 3.1 Phillip Lim dress.

I love the origami dress on the dress, it very much reminds me of Kristen Stewart’s Paule Ka dress.

Rachel completed her look with Giuseppe Zanotti pumps. I really ? this look.

Boston Common Magazine Cover, Boston

Eliza Dushku celebrated her cover for Boston Common magazine at a party thrown in her honour. The actress wore a silver sequined a-line Moschino Cheap & Chic Spring 2008 dress with a knotted neckline. She completed her look with ballet pumps.

I much prefer this dress belted, to how it was presented on the runway.

“Fast & Furious” Bochum Premiere

Jordana Brewster wore her purple Reem Acra Fall 2008 dress with a black sash, with Christian Louboutin Paquita gladiators.

It appears Jordana and her co-star colour coordinated their red carpet looks.

Michelle Rodriguez and Jordana’s looks both incorporated black and purple.

Michelle’s long black maxi dress was worn with a Catherine Malandrino deep purple embossed leather cropped motorcycle jacket. For once she looks really good, but….

…for some reason the actress was dying to show off her ripped jeans under her dress

*shakes head*

“In-I” Press Conference, Seoul

Juliette Binoche black taffeta dress is stunning, but for some reason she makes hard work of it.

Her hair has that ‘just got out of bed’ look, and her bra strap is peeking out over her dress.

A strapless bra, would have added more elegance to her look.

First Light Movie Awards 2009

Instead of her own expensive Twenty8Twelve collection, Sienna Miller looked to the high street for this event, wearing £95 All Saints Ditzy print dress.

Her look was complete with a Chanel cuff, a black jacket and brown slouchy boots.

I’m desperately waiting for Sienna’s style to evolve.

“Duplicity” New York Premiere

Julia Roberts teased us with a peek of a colour other than black, wearing a floral Christian Dior dress. The only problem is that she kept her black Akris coat on the whole time.

Her look was complete with a pair of Lanvin black satin pumps.

*eye-roll*

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