Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Mary-Louise Parker also attended The Cinema Society & OC Concept screening of ‘RED’ at The Museum of Modern Art in New York City this week.

The actress opted to wear a beautiful two-tone dress with a flared skirt is by London based designer Saloni Lodha.

Her dress with a pewter embroidered bodice was teamed with champagne Casadei triple platforms and a black clutch.

From the ankles up, this is a great look.

We haven’t seen Mary on the red carpet for a while, so it’s nice to see her back wearing something fresh and original.

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Conde Nast Traveler Readers Choice Awards, New York

Mary Louise Parker has been getting in touch with her flirty side lately, as she’s been wearing a lot of shorter cocktail dresses.

On this occasion she picked a Marc Jacobs Resort 2010 black and white floral dress which is modified from the runway version.

Parker’s dress is narrower on the skirt and is off-the-shoulder instead of one-shouldered.

I really love this look.  It’s so relaxed and fun as you would expect from any Marc Jacobs piece.

Kim Kardashian Celebrates Her 29th Birthday At TAO, Las Vegas

Some of you have accused Kim Kardashian of ‘brand hopping’ i.e. the second a label is hot, Kim’s wearing it.

We’ve seen her do with with Herve Leger, Balmain, Altuzarra and now Brian Lichtenberg.

I personally don’t really have a problem with this because she appears to be doing this earlier on, and not at the point when Heidi Montag has discovered the brand.

At her 26th birthday party this weekendshe was the golden girl glowing wearing a Brian Litchenberg Fall 2009 shouldered padded hooded mini dress, paired with black ankle boots.

It appears my prays for the end of the ankle boots trend are yet to be answered.

BFF Ciara was there, looking sexy in a Rock & Republic spiked leather jacket over a velvet playsuit.

Without even trying Ciara out does her host.

This girl is to gorgeous for words.

4th Annual Black Girls Rock! Awards, New York

Naomi Campbell looked radiant wearing a sexy Alexander Wang one-shouldered bandage dress, which she paired with a furry cape.

The cape may seem a bit OTT, but if anyone can make it work it’s Miss Naomi.

“Avatar” Stage Greeting, Japan

Zoe Saldana looked very elegant wearing a black Giambattista Valli strapless bustier dress, with ruffled detail on her hip.

Everything is perfect here from her hair to her jewels to her dress.

Amy Adams wore the gown version of this dress to the SAG Awards earlier this year.

The First Annual Noble Humanitarian Awards, LA

Nicole Richie looks heavenly wearing cream chiffon Jasmine Di Milo gown.

Motherhood clearly agrees with her, she’s glowing.

Teri Hatcher opted for a SuperDupa white Hugo Boss suit with gold peep-toes.

I would be petrified to wearing anything that pristine.

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Worst Dressed Award
The second I saw Elizabeth Moss I wondered why she would wear an asymmetrical gown with that stunning necklace.

But it appears that the jeweled neckline is built into her Grecian inspired Reem Acra taupe gown.

Between the creases and the draping I just couldn’t love this gown.

Tried To Love It, But Couldn’t Award
I loved this Bottega Veneta Fall 2009 gown on the runway, but I don’t think it works on Leighton Meester at all.

She’s normally edgy on the red carpet, and I agree this is not the place to go edgy but I was just bored by her look, and she looked really bored on the red carpet too.

The only thing I like here is her Bottega Veneta clutch, as her hair and make-up is pretty awful too.

Most Disappointing Award
Kyra Sedgwick is always stunning on the red carpet, but I found it very difficult to love this L’Wren Scott Spring 2010 pink dress.

Kyra and L’Wren Scott often work very well together, but I really didn’t like the pink, nor the embellishments.

It felt too cutesy for a grown woman.

Should’ve Worn A Gown Award
Nothing appealed to me with regards to Mary Louise Parker dress.

Firstly I would’ve preferred her in a gown. Secondly I don’t like the bow on the hip and lastly the two-tone purple is hideous.

Worst Dressed Runner-Up Award
Padma Lakshmi was so close to being voted worst dressed. I just hated that red floral detail on the hip.

It was so unnecessary. Despite that it was a pretty boring Badgley Mischka gown anyway.

Least Flattering Award
I would be surprised if Sarah Silverman ever makes it onto the Best Dressed list, but this gown had great potential.

It’s a great colour on her, but the gown adds at least 15ins to each side of her hips.

How is this a good thing?

Pukey Pink Award
What’s with all the pukey pink gowns on the red carpet.

I know it’s a fresh summer time colour, but I really didn’t think it looked good on Toni Collette.

She is usually one to watch on the red carpet, but the look fails to impress me.

CLICK HERE to see all the looks from the 2009 Emmy Awards.

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Actress Mary-Louise Parker arrived at the Emmy Awards back in September wearing a stunning ocean blue Roberto Cavalli Swarovski full length gown.

The gown exudes such an elegant ease, all you will need are some silver strappy sandals, and a stand-out clutch, to compliment the Swarovski crystal detailing on the straps.

This gown will bring a fairy tale elegance to your evening wardrobe. Buy it now from Net-A-Porter, they are selling this dress on their US site for $3,940, and the international site for £1,776/€2,185.

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Paris Hilton in Disaya Fall 2008

Camilla Belle in Alexander McQueen Spring 2009

Taraji P. Henson in Angel Sanchez Spring 2009

Penelope Cruz in Yves Saint Laurent ‘Edition Soir’

Mischa Barton in Christian Dior Spring 2009

Roisin Murphy in Givenchy Fall 2008

Dita von Teese in Elie Saab Fall 2008

January Jones in Elie Saab Fall 2008 Couture

Dasha Zhukova in Rodarte Fall 2008

Freida Pinto in Donna Karan Resort 2009

Rosamund Pike in RM by Roland Mouret Resort 2009

Mischa Barton in Elie Saab Fall 2008

Mary Louise Parker in Carlos Miele Spring 2008

Dita von Teese in Christian Dior Pre-Fall 2008


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