Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Cameron Diaz looked angelic as she was honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame yesterday.

The actress wore a gorgeous white Oscar de la Renta dress, teamed with striking red accessories including a belt from the Oscar de la Renta Resort 2010 collection.

The gorgeous dress featuring intricate embroidery on the yoke and skirt.

Cameron dedicated the accolade to her parents, and was cheered on by a host of celebrity pals.

Which of course included TomKat.

Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes made an effort to be look super-cool in their casual looks.

Tom simply opted for a beige shirt and blue denims, Katie surprisingly wore a LnA top, Azzedine Alaia heels and a pair of ripped J Brand Zombie jeans, which nearly every A to Z lister has worn this summer.

Cameron Diaz’ Charlie’s Angel co-star Lucy Liu was also there to support her friend.

Lucy opted for a summery beige Max Azria dress with Jimmy Choo heels, gold leaf earrings and a golden clutch.

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Whilst we look forward to the second installment of Matthew Williamson’s H&M collection, he had a launch party in New York yesterday.

It was a great chance for us to see pieces from the new collection.

The party nautically-themed party took place on a yacht, and Matthew invited some stylish stars to toast his success.

Campaign model Daria Werbowy caught my eye the most, as she was wearing the same splash print sequin dress, which I purchased last week.

Selita Ebanks really gave us the wow factor, wearing an asymmetrical gown, from Matthew Williamson Spring 2009 collection, with peachy accessories.

In case you are wondering, she will be a contender for Best Dressed Of The Week.

Helena Christiansen gave us a mark 2 preview, as she wore a dress from the second installment of the Matthew Williamson for H&M collection.

She wore a sweet mini printed dress, with a belt, embroidered clutch and gold flat sandals.

Lucy Liu is normally so stylish, but on this occasion, I’m not excited about her choice.

She wore a black embroidered black tunic dress, with nude peep-toes. This is also from the second collection, but it’s not the right style fit for my Lucy.

Mary-Kate Olsen added a pop of colour with her loose purple jacket, over her asymmetrical LBD.

Her Matthew Williamson piece, was the blue studded belt, which I unfortunately couldn’t find in my size.

Alexis Bledel shunned the H&M affordable collection, and opted for a graphic print dress from Matthew Williamson Spring 2009 collection, with Sergio Rossi elasticated strappy ankle sandals.

Great choice, but I much prefer this dress with a belt, as worn on the runway and by Joy Bryant.

Here is a look as what we can expect in stores on May, 14.

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Women:
Kaftan €79.90/£39.99
Smock top €49.90/£59.99
Smock dress €69.90/£49.99
Sleeveless jacket €69.90/£49.99
Jeans €59.90/£39.99
Kimono €49.90/£34.99
Swimsuit €24.90/£19.99
Scarf €24.90/£19.99

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Lucy Liu was one of the many stylish stars, who turned arrived at the Alberta Ferretti LA store opening last November.

She looked divine in one of the stand out pieces from the Spring 2009 collection, wearing a Alberta Ferretti fringed shift dress.

The teal fringed cocktail dress, has a polka dotted satin layer underneath, a fringed layer.

Lucy added more detail to her dress, with jeweled embellishments on the shoulders, and a black waist belt. Her look was complete with a Roger Vivier clutch, and tan platform heels.

You can buy this dress from the Net-A-Porter.com US site for $1,375, or the international site for £645/€840.

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Lucy Liu wore a Giambattista Valli Spring 2009 sheath dress to the National Gay and Lesbian Force 2009 New York Leadership Awards this week. The dress hugely modified from the dress which was presented on the runway.

Modifications from the runway, are something a few of us frown upon, but I can hardly blame Lucy Liu for taking the modified/safe version of this silk crepe dress, with a tulle accents on the bust and skirt.

The version she picked was right for the occasion. It was dignified, and she looked stunning in her black version with smaller tulle accent on the bust.

This is one case in which the change was for the better, as I don’t know who could pull off the runway version.

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Two of the most well dressed women in Hollywood, wore this very interesting navy 3.1 Phillip Lim dress. I love the white origami-style folds on the waist and skirt, giving it a delicate edge.

One of my many girl crushes, Lucy Liu, looked very stylish wearing the navy Lim dress, when she attended Phillip Lim’s Fall 2009 show during New York Fashion Week.

She completed her look with a pair of black YSL Tribute pumps, and a stack of gold bracelets.

Rachel Bilson wore the same dress a few days later, when she lent her support for a good cause at the Jergens and Skin Cancer Foundation’s Glow In The Dark event in LA.

As much as I love Lucy, Rachel wore this dress much better.


After searching the web, I could only find this version of the Phillip Lim dress. This dress has the white fold details around the neck too. You can purchase it from Browns Fashion for £665/€715.36/$946.16.

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