Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Proenza Schouler Cocktail Party Hosted by Barneys New York

Barneys New York hosted a dinner party to toast designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez of Proenza Schouler in Los Angeles, California on Thursday evening, inviting along some of their favourite red carpet gals to celebrate the launch of their ‘First Collection’ capsule available exclusively at Barneys New York and Barneys.com.

Kate Bosworth: Often one of the first to get her hands on the latest Proenza Schouler collection, whether it be the clothing or accessories, the actress sported a ecru printed tulle tweed short-sleeved dress from the designers’ Fall 2013 collection, which she styled with a black lizard Proenza Schouler ‘Lunch’ bag and Aldo ‘Romelia’ pumps. Is it me or does this dress appear to be a size too big? Or maybe it just needed a waist-defining belt.

Kirsten Dunst: The actress – who was the first person to bring the Proenza Schouler Fall 2013 collection to the red carpet – is the first to bring the designers’ Resort 2014 collection to the red carpet, wearing a black satin back crepe top and black viscose shorts with black Proenza Schouler pumps, adding a hot-red lip colour.

Rashida Jones: The ‘Parks and Recreation’ actress amped up her Proenza Schouler black ostrich printed georgette dress with a beautiful ethnic statement necklace. Like Kirsten, she opted for a bright lip colour and black Proenza Schouler python printed pumps from the Fall 2013 collection.

You may be surprised to learn that Kirsten is my favourite here.

Credit: Getty

Kirsten Dunst In Michael van der Ham  - 'Inside Llewyn Davis' Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Kirsten Dunst attended the ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ premiere during Cannes Film Festival this evening in support of her beau Garrett Hedlund.

I’m going to use this occasion to announce that I don’t really get the hoopla when it comes to Kirsten’s style.

She has had some great red carpet moments, but this should not count as one of them.

I think even Jane Fonda at 75-years-old would stay she’s too young to wear this black sheer Michael van der Ham Fall 2013 gown with black and purple velvet appliqués and white lace embroidery.

This is far too frumpy for my liking. Even for someone who is attending as a plus one.

Credit: Style.com & Getty

Ad Between Posts

Kirsten Dunst In Rodarte - 2013 Met Gala

Kirsten Dunst looked surprisingly sexy during her walk down the Met Gala red carpet.

The usually demure actress wore a belted, hunter green Louis Vuitton gown with a plunging neckline and ombré feathering on the skirt.

I don’t know if it’s just that Kirsten is typically so covered up, but I find this look quite crass. With both front cleavage and side boob showing, it seems much too revealing, and while everything that’s showing is perfect fit and perky, the dress isn’t particularly flattering.

The star sticks to her standard in the beauty department with subtle makeup save for a matte coral lip and loose waves in her hair–a relief after this gown.

While this is certainly the event for taking fashion risks, I just can’t get on board with this look for Kirsten.

Do you agree that there is just too much revealed, or do you like her risque look?

 

Credit: Getty

Kirsten Dunst In Emilio Pucci - 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards

Kirsten Dunst stepped out on Saturday night for the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards, presented by Ketel One and Wells Fargo, at the JW Marriott Los Angeles at L.A. Live.

Like Selena Gomez and Nicole Richie, the actress gave us another look at Emilio Pucci’s sultry Fall 2013 collection.

This LBD, with its signature Pucci swirl across the chest, checked all the boxes of sexiness: sheer, short and spiked with lace.

But, for some reason, I was still left feeling a bit underwhelmed. If she had just pulled her bunched-up sleeves down, this silhouette would have been ten-times sleeker.

A smoky cat-eye and a black headband both added a touch of ’60s flair, but I wish she had swept back her blonde locks on this occasion.

Credit: Getty

Kirsten Dunst In Ralph Lauren - 2013 Coachella

Kirsten Dunst and boyfriend Garrett Hedlund attended the Neon Carnival party after a day at the 2013 Coachella Music Festival on Saturday evening.

The ‘Melancholia’ actress was the epitome of 1930s chic in the Double RL Ralph Lauren ‘Stella’ dress.

Her navy printed dress with four patch pockets and clear buttons was styled with a grey cardigan, black sandals, a tan Ralph Lauren Collection cross-body saddle bag and a Jennifer Meyer gold pendant necklace.

Kirsten’s effortless look was the perfect day-to-night festival look.

Credit: PacificCoastNews

Kirsten Dunst In Proenza Schouler - 'Upside Down' LA Premiere

Kirsten Dunst wore mostly black when she took to the red carpet at the ArcLight Hollywood Theatre on Tuesday evening for the LA premiere of her latest movie, ‘Upside Down’.

Dressed in one of her favourite brands, Proenza Schouler, the actress selected the first look from the design duo’s Fall 2013 collection.

Her black wool-crepe sleeveless dress with asymmetrical cuts and a central slit was styled with Proenza Schouler bi-colour cream-and-black d’orsay pumps from the same collection and a black-and-white marble Stella McCartney clutch.

Glossy blonde tresses, Dior fine jewels – including colourful earrings and a cocktail ring – plus a hot-red lip colour completed her smouldering look.

It takes a lot to keep me interested in an LBD. This one has BDOTW potential; it’s that good. I actually prefer Kirsten’s dress over the runway version.

Credit: Style.com & Getty




Connect with Us

Connect with the RCFA

Sign Up for email
  • Aug

    25

    2014 Primetime Emmy Awards

  • Aug

    24

    MTV Video Music Awards

  • Aug

    23

    Primetime Emmy Awards: Pre-Emmys Parties

  • Aug

    23

    BAFTA LA TV Tea Party

  • Aug

    21

    ‘Frontera’ LA Premiere

  • Aug

    21

    Primetime Emmy Awards: Writers Nominee Reception

  • Aug

    21

    ‘Million Dollar Arm’ Screening

  • Aug

    20

    ‘If I Stay’ LA Premiere

  • Aug

    20

    ‘Sin City 2: A Dame To Kill For’ London Screening