Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Milla Jovovich attended the “The Exodus – Burnt By The Sun” Premiere at the Palais des Festivals during Cannes Film Festival earlier this year.

The actress wore a Louis Vuitton Fall 2010 strapless gown with a rise and fall hem which was paired with satin Sergio Rossi pumps.

Gong Li wore the same dress to the Tiffany & Co. Blue Book jewelry promotion in Beijing last week.

LeeAnn informed me that the strapless dress never went into production, and it’s Gong dress which actually appears in the Louis Vuitton stores.

So it comes down to which do you prefer the runway version or the commercial version.

I’m not crazy about the dress, but Milla wins for me because the gown doesn’t need all that jewelery.

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After the way Halle Berry wowed us in her stunning YSL gown this weekend, this look feels like she took a huge step back in this Kaufman Franco dress.

It’s not a bad dress in theory, but I feel totally indifferent to it on Halle as it looks like something Stephanie Pratt would wear.

Minnie Driver’s Paul & Joe Fall 2009 dress was far more interesting with the cape-like sleeves and embellished shoulder pads which complemented her black silk Brian Atwood ‘Randye’ sandals.

We have yet another Spring 2011 first.

Milla Jovovich wore a Temperley London Spring 2011 orange draped gown which looks much better in orange.

She’s totally loving this gown by the way she’s working it.

Mila Kunis looked much better on this occasion wearing a Monique Lhuillier black strapless asymmetrically draped dress.

It’s sticking to her favoured colour, but at least it has plenty of life and doesn’t make her look frumpy.

Brian Atwood black pumps completed her look.

“Winter’s Bone” actress Jennifer Lawrence wore a simple Thakoon Resort 2011 strapless white dress with a shimmering clutch.

I feel like I’ve been in love with Diane Lane all my life, but only I seem to be aging.

The gorgeous actress attended the event her hubby wearing a Michael Kors Resort 2011 origami belted dress with black accessories.

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Pucci Princess Kylie Minogue was of course the first to wear this stunning gold lace asymmetrical Emilio Pucci Fall 2010 mini dress.

She wore the dress with gold heels when she sat front row at the Emilio Pucci Spring 2011 show during Milan Fashion Week last month.

Milla Jovovich’s white version which she wore to the New York Premiere of “Stone”, was paired with Sergio Rossi heels that still make me cringe.

Elsa Pataky wore the same gold version as Kylie when she attended the premiere of “Didi Holywood” in Barcelona on Friday night with gold peep-toes.

Emma Roberts opted for black on Saturday night at the Spike TV’s Scream 2010 Awards in LA.

Kylie wins for me. I much prefer the gold version and Kylie opted for the best shoes.

Update: Sorry about the issue with the poll. I’m not sure why it keeps disappearing.

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Milla Jovovich walked the red carpet last night for the New York Premiere of her new movie, “Stone” at the Museum of Modern Art.

The actress wore a white Emilio Pucci one-shoulder lace dress from the VIP Resort 2011 collection.

I would’ve loved to have seen Milla wearing one of the pieces from the Fall 2010 collection.

This lace dress doesn’t have enough bite for someone like her.

Milla is a fierce chick and this dress feels a bit tame for her, despite it being a nice dress.

I’ve left commenting on her Sergio Rossi heels until last because all I have to say about them is, “Oh hell no.”

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Apart from Maggie Gyllenhaal, no one has really got me excited about the Louis Vuitton Fall 2010 collection off the runway.

Milla Jovovich tried at the “The Exodus – Burnt By The Sun” Premiere during Cannes Film Festival yesterday, but I really disliked the dress on her.

She’s totally lifeless in this dress, which is quite usual for her.

If this was a supermodel show down, Elle Macpherson would win hands down, despite Milla being more of a high fashion model than Elle.

If there was one person I could’ve relied on to add some personality to this Louis Vuitton tweed dress it was Milla.

Sergio Rossi blush satin platform slingbacks complete the look.

I think the other problem is that I really dislike the back.

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