Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Do not adjust your screens, this really is a Herve Leger dress.

I know many of you have sworn off Herve Leger due to every D to Z list celebrity wearing them on the red carpet, but Claire Danes proves that there’s more to the brand than neon bandage dresses.

The actress walked the red carpet with Disney pip squeak Zac Efron at the New York screening of “Me And Orson Welles” last night.

She looked amazing in her glittering silver mini dress, which she paired with pink Sergio Rossi heels.

Those of you who tag her as boring, will be eating your words.

This is definitely a BDOTW contender for me.

Lydia Hearst opted for a D&G Fall 2009 strapless ivory dress.

Even with the exaggerated hips, this dress fails to flatter Lydia.

I wish she had picked one of the rich plum or blue pieces from this collection, as this colour washes her out.

Jimmy Choo Nova gold snake-effect leather peep-toe pumps complete her look.

Once you get past the Kanye West association and the occasional OTT outfit, you can see that Amber Rose is actually a very pretty woman.

The model arrived on the wearing an ivory Dolce & Gabbana strapless bustier dress, which is a regular on the red carpet.

She also paired her look with gold Jimmy Choo heels.

Credit: Style.com & Wireimage

Coco Rocha doesn’t quite ooze that fierceness that she used to, but she still looks gorgeous wearing a black and red floral print strapless Christian Dior Pre-Fall 2009 dress.

Maybe the reason I’m not crazy about this look is because I’ve seen it so many times before.

Also those Christian Louboutin ankle boots still remind me of a horses head every time I look at them.

Lydia Hearst was the model used to present the Marc Bouwer Spring 2010 collection, and I guess she loved the collection so much that she wore a red sequined mini dress with structured shoulders to this event.

Her dress is paired with silver Christian Louboutin Differa sandals and a black clutch.

If you thought Bally only did shoes and handbags, then you were mistaken as Joy Bryant wore Bally Fall 2009 feather print silk maxi dress with an asymmetrical sleeve to this event.

I love the dress, but those clunky brown boots are just horrific.

Many of you complain about Ginnifer Goodwin and Victoria Beckham never smiling, but you should add Lake Bell to that list too.

Not only is she not smiling here, but she looks quite peeved.

A nice smile would have warmed up this cute look, as I love her jacquard dress with a peplum at the waist.

Tinsley Mortimer looks like a real-life Barbie wearing a gold strapless Dior dress, paired with gold t-bar heels and a Jimmy Choo animal print clutch.

Olivia Palmero has said in the past that she’s a Topshop addict.

Well she doesn’t to disprove that fact by wearing a Topshop studded jacket paired with a metallic dress and blue suede ankle boots.

Like Olivia, Nicky Hilton opted for a very casual look for this event.

Keeping the studded theme going she wore a studded vest, paired with a white tank, black mini skirt and Brian Atwood Lola pumps.

Credit: Style.com, Marc Bouwer, Bally & Zimbio

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