Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Rachel McAdams In Saint Laurent - 'About Time' Munich Screening

On Saturday evening Rachel McAdams attended a special screening of her latest movie, ‘About Time’, held at the Kino am Olympiasee in Munich, Germany.

She wore a Saint Laurent Resort 2014 dress with a mini dress, halter link-chain neckline and a cut-out above the waist.

The dress is considerably more daring than the Roksanda Ilincic ensemble she wore in London, and a far cry away from the style of dresses we are used to seeing worn by the actress, yet she wears it well and with purpose.

Black Saint Laurent ‘Janis’ Mary Jane pumps, an Hermes cuff and a few other gold accessories were added to her simple, sexy, youthful look, with a beehive bouffant providing the finishing touches.

I much prefer the London premiere look, but I love how this look shows some versatility.

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Best Dressed Of The Week - Rachel McAdams In Roksanda Ilincic & Ashton Kutcher In Rag & Bone

Great minds think alike as we both picked Rachel McAdams and Ashton Kutcher for best dressed this week.

Rachel took the lead early and no one came close to knocking her off the top spot in her Roksanda Ilincic simple top and skirt with a futuristic edge.

Ashton made us swoon in his Rag & Bone dressy-casual suit with a simple white tee and orange belt, despite competition from other fellows in smarter, more traditional suits.

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Rachel McAdams In Roksanda Ilincic - 'About Time' World Premiere

Rachel McAdams was a vision of delight while taking to the red carpet at Somerset House in London this evening for the world premiere of ‘About Time’.

Showcasing a new fiery flame-coloured ‘do, the actress wore a Roksanda Ilincic Resort 2014 ensemble.

Her look featured a long-sleeved top and full-length skirt in a light-lavender hue which is modern yet simple, with a hologram belt giving the look a futuristic vibe.

Cut to the back, and the ensemble reveals a bold electric-blue stripe on the top and an aqua-blue stripe on the skirt.

Rosy cheeks and a pretty pink lip shade provided the finishing touches to her look.

I have been waiting for a look to wow me this week. Thankfully, the wait is finally over.

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Rachel McAdams In Maria Lucia Hohan - 'To The Wonder' LA Premiere

Sporting a new red-hued ‘do, which was twisted into a top-knot and accented with a black ribbon, Rachel McAdams told reporters on the red carpet at the LA premiere for ‘To The Wonder’ on Tuesday that the reason she had dyed her hair red is because it was the only colour she hadn’t tried up until now.

Dressed in a sexy black lace Maria Lucia Hohan dress, the frock features illusion panels on the sides, which give Rachel an amazing silhouette and deceive us into thinking that the actress has a minuscule waist.

Black Giuseppe Zanotti pumps complemented the look, while a bright-pink lip added an additional touch of colour to her look beside her new firecracker hair colour.

The new hair colour really suits Rachel, but I’m not feeling the ‘off-to-the-gym’ hairstyle.

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Rachel McAdams chose another high neckline look for the ‘Passion’ premiere held at The Elgin and Winter Garden Theatre during the 2012 Toronto Film Festival yesterday.

For the event, the actress wore an Emilio Pucci custom tuxedo look.

Rachel, who has already divided critics this week with this Elie Saab look, seems bent on covering up her neck and making anything on her midriff overly busy while in her native Canada.

Embellishments aside, the Pucci creates a beautiful silhouette on her, which is accented by Rachel’s loose waves and soft pastel make-up.

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