Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Spanish actress Olivia Molina wore this black Christian Dior Pre-Fall 2009 strapless dress with a red floral print to the Malaga Film Festival.

Her hair kept was wild and wavy as she wore her dress with black open-toe booties.

South Korean actress Kim Ok-Vin looked radiant wearing the same dress with her hair style into a classy updo, when she attended her “Thirst” photocall during Cannes Film Festival.

She teamed her sleek and chic dress with gold and black criss cross sandals, gold jewels, and a black clutch.

Olivia tried to toughen up this dress with her wild hair and open toe booties. Neither worked for me.

Kim gave the dress the sophistication it deserved so she wins for me.


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Spanish actress Barbara Lennie really didn’t give herself a chance by wearing tights with this edgy Louis Vuitton Spring 2009 dress.

The dress was hard enough, to pull off, but the tights make the look frumpy, and we all know Marc Jacobs doesn’t do frumpy for Louis Vuitton.

She’s such a beautiful woman, so this is such a huge shame.

She completes her look with a Louis Vuitton Monogram Minaudière clutch, and those sexy Louis Vuitton Spicy heels.

Spanish actress Olivia Molina arrives with wild wavy hair to this event, whilst looking elegantly slender, wearing a dramatic black and red floral print Christian Dior Pre-Fall 2009 strapless dress.

Love the dress, but getting a bit tired of booties with everything.

Actress Blanca Suarez opted for a more casual look wearing a navy and white zig-zag print Diane von Furstenberg scarf dress, with of yellow print running through the dress.

I’m not so crazy about the rope cord neckline. It’s quite unflattering on her.

I love Aida Folch’s strapless, not so LBD.

The ruffles, pleats, folds and rosettes all make for a very interesting texture and design.

Most dramatic dress of the night goes to model Almudena Fernandez.

The colour is divine on her. The bodice sparkles, the pleated and tiered skirt is very different, but wonderfully dramatic.

Gorgeous.

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Both Anne Hathaway and Olivia Molina wore this white Azzaro gown with plenty style and grace.

Many of you red carpet purists were a bit disappointed that Olivia arrived at the Goya Awards wearing the same dress which Anne Hathaway had worn to the SAG Awards, exactly a week earlier.

I’m not being obvious by picking the Hollywood movie star, but I do prefer this dress on Anne.

I love her wavy hair, but Olivia’s black Louboutin clutch loses her points. A clutch that matched the crystal embellishment would have worked better, or no clutch at all like Anne.

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