Red Carpet Fashion Awards

They’re the biggest diva’s in entertainment and they both wore this sexy Dolce & Gabbana dress on the same day.

Someone’s head’s going to roll, if it’s not bouncing down a street already.

Whitney Houston dazzled the press at the London launch party for her new album – ‘I Look to You’ – wearing this figure-hugging leopard print Dolce & Gabbana dress.

She has finally put her troubled past behind her and is looking better than ever.

The singer wore a sparkling black choker, sheer tights and black heels to complete her comeback look.

Madonna unknowingly stole Whitney’s comeback thunder by wearing the same dress when she arrived at Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana’s “Gold” club after performing in Milan.

The fashion designers were happily at her side upon arrival.

She wore her dress with Christian Louboutin Lillian Mary Janes, a crucifix and a silver bracelet.

As much as I want to give this to Whitney, the choker and tights ruined the look for me so Madonna wins.

This dress is available from Luisa via Roma for £1,181.12/€1,349/$2,251.30.

Credit: Rex.com & Bauer Griffin

Here is a behind the scenes video of Madonna getting ready to shoot her new ad campaign for Louis Vuitton.

The great thing is you can now see the stark contrast between reality and photo-shopping, or as Marc Jacobs put it “solarization.”

For me the most interesting part of this film is hearing Marc talk about the campaign. Madonna is just being Madonna.

Credit: Zack @ www.absolumentmadonna.fr

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Here are a second set of pictures from Louis Vuitton’s Fall 2009 campaign featuring a very over photoshopped Madonna.

She’s still wearing those infamous Bunny Ears, but poses in a variety of dresses and an array of stunning bags.

The campaign is set to be featured in August fashion magazines.

I’m not liking this campaign at all. What do you think of these newer pictures?

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Credit: Images via Absolument Madonna

Here is a first look at Madonna’s Fall 2009 ad campaign for Louis Vuttion as she reprises her role as the face of brand.

She’s of course wearing the bunny ears which she sported at the Costume Institute Gala plus a magenta dress with voluminous sleeves and a poufy skirt.

I don’t know about you but this picture is over photoshopped for my liking. She’s barely recognizable.

The only thing that hasn’t been retouched is the monogram bag.

Credit: www.absolumentmadonna.fr & Style.com

Madonna knows she looks bad in this Louis Vuitton Fall 2009 ensemble, but kudos to her for not seeming to give a damn that she will be on every worst dress list today.

If Marc Jacobs paid me her kind of money to be a campaign girl, I would show up to this event looking this ridiculous, bunny rabbit ears and all.

Actually, thinking about it, I wouldn’t.

As much as I admire Rihanna for trying something new, this Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2009 cropped pant suit, with voluminous shoulders doesn’t work for me.

Maybe I expected too much for her red carpet return.

When did being pregnancy become such a fashion crime?

Too much material has gone into covering Heidi Klum’s baby bump with this navy blue J.Mendel dress.

The cat’s out of the bag, why not show off the baby bump, in a tasteful way of course.

Oh Jessica Biel, I knew you wouldn’t let me down. Thank you for not ruining this moment by wearing something half decent, which would force me to say something nice about you.

She totally ruins this Atelier Versace Spring 2009 strapless rise and fall gown, with her cheap spray tan that looks like its started to wash out with the rain, I can’t quite decide who looks worst, Jessica or that Clark Kent wannabee on your arm.

Sorry you lose.

Woooo tan much

It looks like Victoria Beckham and Jessica Biel shared the same booth.

This cute polka dotted custom Marc Jacobs dress, may have worked for me, if it wasn’t for the unnecessary train. I’ve always hated trains on a short skirt.

She just can’t get this red carpet thing right.




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