Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Mena Suvari donned a very festive frock on the red carpet for the LA premiere of ‘A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas’.

She wore a Tibi Pirouette Party dress from the Fall 2011 collection.

The head-turning fiery halter dress with a bold print and a unique cut-out back was teamed with black Ruthie Davis ‘Avatar’ pumps and a matching patent black clutch.

Her bob was pushed back behind her ears so we could see her gorgeous black earrings.

I don’t think I’ve ever owned black earrings, but these teardrop beauties work perfectly with her overall look.

Kohl-rimmed eyes, silvery eye shadow and glossy lips completed her super-cute red carpet look.

You can buy Mena’s dress from Shopbop.com and Saks.com.

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Credit: Getty

Here is a roundup of the rest of the looks from the Rodeo Drive Walk of Style Awards Honoring Iman And Missoni, which took place in Beverly Hills, California on Sunday evening.

Gabrielle Union: The actress wore a beautiful pink ombre Missoni v-neck gown. The two downsides are that she posed on the runway with her hands in her pockets and that her foundation is too light for her complexion.

Sofia Vegara: The buxom babe looked very elegant in her blue zigzag-print Missoni dress. The dress is a tad too long, but looks stunning nonetheless. Soft, tumbling curls and a coral stone cuff with matching earrings completed her look.

Alessandra Ambrosio: Usually you can rely on supermodels to wow on the red carpet. Unfortunately that was not the case on this occasion. I’m not fond of Alessandra’s sleeveless red turtleneck, which is a shame because I love her shimmering striped skirt. I would’ve preferred this look as a striped v-neck gown.

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Diageo recently launched a global multimedia campaign for its Captain Morgan spiced rum brand.

Yesterday they named Mena Suvari as the face of the campaign at a press conference which was held at the W Hotel in Polanco, Mexico yesterday.

When I first saw this picture I did some research because I thought it might have been an old picture the agency had bumped.

This is because Mena is wearing a Matthew Williamson dress from the Spring 2008 Native American themed collection which seems like a lifetime ago now.

It’s rare that celebs go back so many seasons.

We are now so used to them wearing Resort 2012; some are even jumping the gun and wearing Spring 2012 now.

Her cool tribal print dress with bold colours and frilly details was paired with gold platform shoes.

I love the dress, but I’m obsessed with her hair.

Not many can pull-off a bowl cut, but Mena does with perfection here.

Credit: Style.com & Xposure

Rag & Bone’s David Neville threw a party at Intermix on Robertson Blvd. yesterday inviting several gorgeous celebrity party guests.

Drew Barrymore was easily the coolest chic at the party wearing a Rag & Bone vintage navy Husser jacket.

A grey vest and black tapered pants were styled with her favourite YSL Trib Too’s, a chunky necklace and a baker boy hat.

Anna Kendrick wore a Rag & Bone 42nd Street blazer.  The interesting twist is that the blazer has sheer sleeves.

A white top, black sandals and Rag & Bone Kelly green skinny jeans complete her casual chic look.

Whilst most guests wore pants, Malin Akerman opted for a short and sexy Rag & Bone Hadleigh dress.

Her vertical striped dress with a mesh overlay was paired with Chanel peep-toes. Read more…

Christian Siriano is always guaranteed to attract celebs to his presentations.

Amber Rose arrived wearing dress with that beautiful marine print from his Spring 2010 collection.

The dress has such bold shoulders that Amber shouldn’t have adopted this pose as it ruins the shape of the dress.

Her look was paired with same runway print heels.

Mena Suvari is a huge supporter of Christian Siriano, which is why I’m not surprised she wore a custom blue strapless dress from the designers Fall 2010 collection.

Credit: NYMag, Getty & Rex




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