Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Portia de Rossi In Naeem Khan - Oscars 2014

While Ellen DeGeneres was busy prepping backstage before hosting the Oscars 2014, Portia de Rossi was making waves on the red carpet at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California today (March 2).

She stunned in a Naeem Khan Pre-Fall 2014 ivory honeycomb-beaded halter, criss-cross back gown.

Modifying the lookbook design with the addition of a panel to cover the keyhole plunge cutout, the dress still had plenty of sensual appeal with the nude underlay effect.

She sophisticatedly accessorized with a wrist cuff that was studded with pearls and pearl statement earrings, alongside a golden embellished clutch, with her swept-back choppy, short ‘do providing modern edge.

I was entranced by the pattern play of this intricate work of fashion art.

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Portia de Rossi In Roksanda Ilincic - Los Angeles Confidential Magazine May June Cover Party

Portia de Rossi attended the unveiling of her Los Angeles Confidential Magazine May/June cover, held at Palihouse in West Hollywood, California yesterday.

The actress wore a Roksanda Ilincic Spring 2013 dress.

Her royal-blue frock with contrasting orange cuffs also featured a cut-out waist.

Celebs are all about showing off their midriffs these days; Portia is just one of many, including Diane Kruger and Naya Rivera, to work this look.

Portia’s colourful look was styled with neutral nude pumps which don’t upstage her beautiful, vibrant dress.

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You can buy Portia’s Roksanda Ilincic dress from Matches Fashion Global and Matches Fashion UK.

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Tyra Banks toned down from last years event where she was easily one of the worst dress, to one of the Best Dressed of this event – which wasn’t that much of a challenge.

The TV presenter arrived on the red carpet wearing a coral one-shoulder Rachel Roy Resort 2010 dress, with beige Manolo Blahnik heels and a Sang A nude clutch.

I’m loving the natural look she’s giving us these days, it’s so refreshing and it totally suits her.

She was able strike the right balance of elegance & sophistication.

Ashley Jones wore a flowing backless Matthew Williamson for H&M Summer 2009 floral gown.

Some of you may have this dress in your closets if you were lucky enough to buy this gown before it sold out.

I love the tiered ruffled skirt and the neutral accessories she paired with her gown.

Portia de Rossi’s navy off-the-shoulder Monique Lhullier Resort 2010 gown is absolutely stunning in its simplicity.

My only disappointment is that opted for thong sandals to complete her Grecian look.

She’s married to Ellen DeGeneres not Tom Cruise, surely Ellen wouldn’t object to her wearing heels.

I much prefer Heather Tom’s choice of this navy Zac Posen Pre-Fall 2009 fringed dress, as I feel the burnt orange colour wouldn’t have been flattering to her colouring.

The dress is exquisite which she pairs with Christian Dior heels.

Lara Spencer wore a black and white asymmetrical ruffled gown accented with a red belt.

Her gown was a bold choice and will no doubt have you on the fence, but I was crushing on her Valentino Couture red patent bow peep-toes which was on my favourites list last week.

Lori Loughlin elegantly posed on the red carpet wearing a peachy satin asymmetrical Enzoani gown with embellished details on the shoulder and hip.

Gold tone accessories including Loree Rodkin jewels, Renee Caovilla heels, and Bottega Venetta purse completed her look.

Jennie Garth channeled old Hollywood with her wavy ‘do and vibrant orange Issa gown accented with a sparkling brooch.

She sparkled with silver accessories.

Kirsten Storms sported a wavy ‘do as she walked the red carpet wearing a Tadashi Shoji navy silk chiffon one shoulder gown with white silk organza rosette strap.

Her look was paired with a navy Kotur clutch.

Rachael Ray was one of the winners of the night.

She walked the red carpet wearing a plum draped halter dress with a gold coil neckline.  She was one of the few to opt out of wearing a gown.

Susan Lucci is very much the Queen of daytime soaps.

The Queen shone brightly as she sparkled in a coral embellished halter neck Zuhair Murad gown.

Gina Tognoni looked sensational in this raspberry bow tied gown with a ruffled cascading down the front of her gown.

Like the dress, but I’m not crazy the hair.

Marcy Rylan opted for the mothers-to-be favourite red carpet Peas In A Pod gown.

This rose gown with a rosette detail on the shoulder, was also worn by Kimora Lee Simmons.

Kristen Alfonso attracted me with her stunning electric blue one-shouldered gown.

The embellished neckline is also exquisite.

Nadia Bjorlin was oozing sexy glamour wearing a backless gown, with a gold embellished detail draping from her neck and down her back.

Taylor Spreitler’s fuschia pink one-shouldered gown was one of my favourites.

It’s’ simple, colourful and she didn’t over accessorize her look.

Michelle Stafford strapless floral black and white gown is beautiful.

I love any dress that give a woman this stunning Jessica Rabbit/mermaid silhouette.

Stacy Haiduk was the joker of the night as she carried a cat purse on the red carpet.

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Jennifer Beals star of The L Word, made the greatest effort for this event.

The stunning star walked the red carpet wearing a stunning yellow and white floral chiffon David Meister gown.

The mermaid gown gives her a stunning silhouette.

Very surprisingly Teri Hatcher is not wearing Monique Lhuillier, instead she’s wearing a spaghetti strapped Notte by Marchesa gold lamé tweed dress.

Her whole look was golden, from her jewelry, to her clutch, to her heels. Heck even her body bronzer is gold.

I adore Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ bright orange Michael Kors Fall 2009 sheath dress, with a sexy slit going up the side.

I love the coral pink lips, and the fact that none of her accessories are black.

The orange box clutch, gold jewelry, and nude peep-toes complete this fantastic look. I’m gushing.

Andrea Bowen for once looks absolutely outstanding wearing this purplicious silk moire Rebecca Taylor strapless dress.

I love the sweetheart neckline, the pleating on the skirt, the lighter blonde hair and her shimmering pink lips.

She looks fabulous.

Kathy Griffin has been surprising me lately. This is the second time in a row I’ve loved what she is wearing on the red carpet.

This pretty pink Dolce & Gabbana Resort 2008 dress is gorgeous. Plus I love the fuschia bow, and those fuschia pink Louboutin’s are to die for.

What I hate is her hairstyle. Nothing will make me love that hairstyle. It’s like a mullet gone horribly wrong.

Rebecca Gayheart’s one-sleeved LBD by Kaufman Franco may look quite plain and simple from the front, but it has a very sexy leather strapped detail on the back.

Brenda Strong wore a red satin David Meister strapless cocktail dress with bow accent at the waist.

Her ruby lips complimented the dress.

Portia de Rossi wore tan shoes with her red asymmetrical Michael Kors dress, which wouldn’t have been my choice, but she makes it work.

Ellen DeGeneres does her laid back chic look,which works so well for her.

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20th Annual GLAAD Media Awards, New York

Vanessa Williams continues to astound me on the red carpet.

Some would say a woman of her age shouldn’t wear this Matthew Williamson silk asymmetric drape dress, but I say boo to that, because she is wearing it a lot better than girls half her age could.

Fierce, and she knows it. Love it, love her.

OMG, I didn’t know Ana Ortiz was expecting.

My isn’t she glowing in this white off-the-shoulder dress?

Tyra Banks’ Georges Chakra couture tuxedo shows off a much slender frame.

Portia de Rossi and Ellen Degeneres pose with their awards in the press room.

Ellen in a navy blue chic suit with comfortable sneakers, and Portia wore a strapless black Bottega Veneta Pre-Fall 2009 dress with Stella McCartney mesh basket sandals.

23rd Genesis Awards, LA

Ginnifer Goodwin looks so dreamy in her nude sequined April, May dress with a pretty, ruched organza detail cascading down the front.

Accessories were kept to a minimum, with a stunning pair of Daniel Swarovski statement earrings, a gold shimmering clutch and pointy heels.

She looks so elegant, and so feminine, but like you, I wish she crack a smile once in a while.

Best look of this event.

Emily Deschanel sprung into spring wearing a fresh, citrus orange satin shift dress.

Stunning gold accessories, and black pumps complete her look.

Tiffany Fallon wore a black top under her plunging Alexander McQueen cap sleeve jumpsuit.

Maggie Q red carpet appearance are now few and far between, but she still knows how to make an impact. The actress wore a dangerously deep plunging orange jersey BCBG dress, which nears her belly button.

2009 Empire Awards, London

Gemma Arterton had one good week, then reverted back to what we have come to expect from her – a complete and utter mess.

I will only assume she didn’t look in the mirror once she put on this off-the-shoulder Halston Spring 2009 dress, because it’s unflattering, and totally washes her out.

OK, ankle boots are the new red carpet trend, but they’re so wrong with this dress.

Olga Kurylenko who won Best Newcomer at this awards do, wore a very uninspiring all black ensemble.

“Monsters vs. Aliens” South Korea Premiere

Han Ye-Seul stepped in for Reese Witherspoon, wearing a nude Fendi Spring 2009 dress. It’s so pretty, and looks so delicate against her pale skin.

The floral appliqué’s add some texture to the dress, which she wears with nude strappy sandals.

L’Etoile nightclub, Paris

Dita von Teese enjoys a night out wearing a emerald green satin Malandrino Fall 2008 dress, with matching heels.

The plunge-neck dress has a tulip skirt, and a black belt with a green marble buckle. Her look is complete with trademark red lips and nails, plus a Christian Louboutin shoe clash clutch.

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