Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Lara Bingle was back on the red carpet earlier today for the Cleo Annual Swim Party held at the Water Bar in Sydney, Australia.

The girl-about-town donned a gorgeous Josh Goot strapless dress.

This urban futuristic dress would’ve looked perfect with the right shoes.

Lara’s black leather over-the-knee boots don’t cut it for me; they are overkill with this summery frock.

Isn’t it summer in Australia at the moment?

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Pace Wu was most definitely one to watch in the front row during Paris Fashion Week.

The Asian model/actress attended the Louis Vuitton Spring 2013 presentation wearing a look from the brand Pre-Fall 2012 collection.

Her green embroidered sleeveless dress with a lime green belt was styled with black pumps with a gold heel.

Lara Bingle wore the same dress a few weeks later at the SK-II skincare line event at David Jones in Sydney, Australia.

While open-toe boots give the look an edge, the furry collar, as worn by the model in the look book, is too comical on Lara.

As always, she was trying way too hard. This was an easy win for the elegant Pace Wu.

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Lara Bingle attended the Caulfield Cup Day at Caulfield Racecourse Saturday in Melbourne, Australia.

I was delighted to see the socialite finally wearing something that doesn’t look like she was trying too hard, wearing a Camilla and Marc black jumpsuit with gold button detailing.

That was until I saw the ear accessory.

No doubt inspired by the styling from the Rodarte Spring 2013 presentation, Lara added a diamante ear cuff to her look instead of a more traditional oversized hat for the occasion.

Do you see this ear accessory trend taking off?

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Lara Bingle attended the SK-II skincare line event at David Jones in Sydney, Australia, today.

The Australian star wore a Louis Vuitton Pre-Fall 2012 dress.

Her emerald-green sleeveless dress with black embroidery was styled with a black leather belt, black open-toe booties and a furry collar.

The furry collar seems a bit gimmicky on Lara. I don’t think she makes it work.

A gold cuff and a simple centre-parted ‘do completed her look.

You may remember Pace Wu wore the same dress recently during Paris Fashion Week.

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The 2012 Women Of Style Awards hosted by InStyle Australia was held at the Carriage Works earlier today in Sydney, Australia.

Miranda Kerr: The ‘Readers’ Choice’ winner stole everyone’s thunder by looking sensational wearing a Carla Zampatti gown. The pale-blue gown cut low at the back and front was styled with gold sandals and spectacular gold jewels. A red pout and simple ponytail completed her look. The day Miranda or Rosie look bad is the day the world is coming to an end.

Kate Ritchie: The former ‘Home and Away’ actress stunned once again wearing a Steven Khalil dress. The designer took a simple strapless dress and turned it on its head by adding dramatic pleats on the bodice, a half peplum and a gold metal waistband. A gold clutch and nude pumps completed her look. The only downside is her foundation which is too light for her complexion.

Lara Bingle: Sporting the same 50s French roll hairstyle Charlize Theron wore to her premiere last night, Lara wore a Romance Was Born printed polka-dot dress. Whilst Lara has great fashion connections, she never really takes ownership of what she’s wearing. She’s like a mannequin.

Erika Heynatz: The TV presenter/model wore a Ferragamo Spring 2012 colour-block red-and-raspberry look which consisted of a plunging blouse with a wrap skirt. I’m not crazy about the bow-front peep-toes, but I do love her complementary woven Ferragamo clutch. The look would’ve been perfect for me had she worn Solange Knowles two-tone Ferragamo sandals.

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