Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Kate Hudson suited up for the season 4 premiere of ‘Glee’ held at the Paramount Studios in LA on Wednesday.

The actress was a vision on the red carpet in a black-and-white Alexander McQueen ensemble.

Kate worked a sexy edge into this androgynous look by adding a low-cut chemise top, chunky gold bangles, and a black and gold clutch.

I don’t even mind the textured black Brian Atwood pumps. I do, however, have a slight issue with the bushy ponytail – a slicker hairstyle would’ve suited this look better.

A dewy complexion, Pomellato jewels, smokey eye and pastel pink lip finished her look.

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Kate Hudson made an appearance at a photocall for her film ‘The Reluctant Fundamentalist’ during the Toronto Film Festival yesterday.

For the event, Kate chose a simple black sheath dress from Emilio Pucci’s Resort 2013 collection styled with Dana Rebecca Designs and Graziela jewels.

The actress looks confident and happy in this dress – and so she should. Kate has the toned legs for it and I love the hair and make-up.

I’m not sure, however, about the scarf and bright green shoes. Both pieces are great on their own, but when used together, it doesn’t really go.

What do you think?

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Kate Hudson looked stunning as she took to the red carpet for ‘The Reluctant Fundamentalist’ premiere during the 2012 Toronto Film Festival yesterday evening.

I’m not sure what’s happening lately, but there has been an undeniable radiant glow about Kate since Venice Film Festival.

I have always loved her boho laidback approach to red carpet dressing, but this glossier, more refined approach is equally appreciated.

She wore a white Alexander McQueen gown long-sleeve gown featured padded shoulders silver embellishments and a central split.

A white and silver trimmed Alexander McQueen clutch, Tiffany & Co. Jewels, sleek golden locks and white pumps completed her look.

I’m not totally offended by the pumps, but if she had to go for a white shoe I wish it had been a strappy sandal.

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Kate Hudson made a triumphant return to the red carpet last week at the Venice Film Festival. We spoke to her long-time hair stylist David Babaii about the behind-the-scenes preparation that went into her ‘Venetian Goddess’ inspired looks.

‘The Venice Film Festival was a lot of fun and it also marked my 10 year anniversary working with Kate. She’s my boho princess, she’s just so cool and sexy but also down to earth so the hair was all about keeping it effortless. For all her looks we went for something real women could do at home – something loose and approachable.’

‘First I washed Kate’s hair and blew it out using a few drops of IT&LY’s Pure Water Drops Serum for a bit of polish. Kate has really curly hair so I blowdry it to get it smooth and then I put the waves that I want back in using a curling iron with a two inch barrel..It’s more of a bend than a wave.’

‘Then I like to use a bit of IT&LY’s Pure Definition Hair Spray for that day old look. While I like a bit of chaos in the hair, I always want the roots to be perfect so my trick is to spray a bit more hairspray onto a toothbrush and smooth it along the roots.’

‘My favourite look for Kate was when we put it up – but not perfectly up. I put a lot of texture through it (try IT&LY’s Pure Volumizing and moisturizing texturizer) and then pinned it up in the back using only five pins. Again it was loose and kind of chaotic.’

The IT&LY’s Purity line is cruelty free and contains a unique Desert Blend containing vegetable extracts and protein from Agave, Yucca and Prickly Pears plants to hydrate protect against UV rays.

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It was always going to be a two clotheshorse race this week with both Kasia Smutniak and Kate Hudson blowing us away in Valentino and Atelier Versace, respectively, during the 2012 Venice Film Festival.

Kate eventually won, looking breathtaking and BDOTY-worthy in her nude Swarovski embellished gown styled with an Edie Parker clutch.

The Venice Film Festival many not be on the same large scale as Cannes, but we can always rely on Venice to give us at least one Atelier Versace major magic hall of fame moment.

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To say that Kate Hudson was radiant on the red carpet this evening for the Venice Film Festival premiere for ‘The Reluctant Fundamentalist’, which also served as the opening ceremony, is the understatement of the century.

The actress wore a stunning Atelier Versace gown from the Fall 2012 collection.

I knew Kate would go for Versace, because Versace gowns have served her so well in the past, and what better way for a look from this collection to make its debut than at a European Film Festival?

Her nude Swarovski-crystal-embellished asymmetrical gown is giving her a breathtaking silhouette.

I love the chic wavy updo, the pearlescent Edie Parker clutch, Versace heels and the dazzling Fabergé jewels.

We all knew she would deliver, but she has exceeded my expectations. Does she exceed yours?

Kasia Smutniak now has a serious contender for BDOTW.

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