Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Madonna, who’s known to take herself too seriously, opted to have some fun tonight on the red carpet for the W.E. Venice Film Festival Premiere.

The singer/director wore a custom baby blue Vionnet gown.

Her red butterfly embellished dress was complemented by red glitter Miu Miu sunglasses and matching lippie.

Madonna styled her in victory rolls to evoke a 40s mood which is really working for her.

I’m pleasantly surprised by Madonna.

She hasn’t looked this good since the Met Gala.

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Madonna attended her “W.E.” photocall during the 2011 Venice Film Festival earlier today.

The singer who makes her directorial debut with this project opted for a black and white L’Wren Scott fitted sheath dress with YSL Tribute pumps.

I’m not crazy about the dress as it makes her look like a nun, especially with the crucifix.

I hope Madonna makes a far greater effort for the premiere, because at this point she looks like she’s ready join a convent.

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Two days ago it was announced that Haliee Steinfeld, who wore Prada and Miu Miu almost exclusively during her Awards season run, would be the new fresh face for Miu Miu’s Fall 2011 campaign.

So you might find it ironic that Madonna was seen wearing a look from Miu Miu’s Fall 2011 collection.

The singer wore her 40s-style dress to the ‘Surprise Oprah! A Farewell Spectacular’ in Chicago last night.

Her black dress with floral embroidery and a short skirt overlay was paired with bold red lips andJimmy Choo ‘Private’ patent-leather sandals.

I’m not crazy about the fit on Madonna, as the dress makes her look a tad boxy.

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Madonna made a rare red carpet appearance at the 2011 Met Gala last night.

She was one of the many star to opt for a Stella McCartney gown.

The teal gown was embroidered with stars which ran down the back to the bottom of her train.

Sergio Rossi ‘Cachet Vague’ sandals with crystals embellishments completed her look.

Gwyneth Paltrow was the other star who gave me a case of deja vu on the red carpet at the 2011 Met Gala last night.

At first I thought her Stella McCartney nude crystal long sleeve embroidered gown was Michael Kors, plus it reminds me of many looks she has worn before.

Maggie Gyllenhaal blue sequin bias cut Stella McCartney gown is breath-taking. We don’t see her much on the red carpet, but she does provide some wonderful moments. Read more…

You’ll remember a few weeks ago we saw Madonna with a man old enough to be her son strolling through Harlem, New York shooting the ad campaign for Dolce & Gabbana’s Fall 2010 collection.

The campaign shot by Steven Klein follows same theme from the Spring 2010 campaign which also features Madonna.

I’ve gotta admit, I was very surprised at the results from these beautiful black & white pictures.  I much prefer them to the Spring campaign  as the mood isn’t so sombre.

Madonna actually looks amazing – yes I’m aware the pictures are heavily photoshopped – but she does.

The campaign was inspired by the Italian Masterpieces of Cinematography and Madonna’s character is inspired Anna Magnani, who is said to be her icon.

The images reference an imaginary movie, shot in a non specific Italian city describing the beauty and simple family life of an ordinary woman with her different roles as mother, daughter, granddaughter, cousin, and sister.

Madonna is portrayed in scenes such as shopping in a street market with her beloved son – similar to the Magnani character in “Mamma Roma” – enjoying the Sunday family lunch, and when her granny is sewing her skirt seam.

The new fall winter Dolce & Gabbana campaign represents a woman in a more human dimension underlining her natural beauty.

Are you in love with this campaign as much as I am?

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Credit: Steven Klein Courtesy of Dolce & Gabbana




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