Dolce & Gabbana’s Men’s 20th Anniversary Party

It was mostly an all black affair on the red carpet for the “Dolce & Gabbana’s Men’s 20th Anniversary” held during Menswear Fashion Week in Milan on Saturday.

Monica Bellucci looked like panther purring in her black satin and lace Dolce & Gabbana gown.

Peaches Geldof wore the same Dolce & Gabbana fringed dress from the Spring 2010 collection we’ve seen thrice before on the red carpet.

Penelope Cruz, Dita von Teese and Eastenders actress Emer Kenny have all worn this dress with varying levels of success.

With her hair worn up in a chic updo Rachel Weisz dazzled on the red carpet wearing a sequin strapless Dolce & Gabbana mini dress with black strappy sandals.

Juliette Binoche wore a black satin ruched Dolce & Gabbana cocktail dress paired with a black crop blazer and black satin pumps.

Stefano Gabbana, Camilla Alves, Matthew McConaughey, Letizia Moratti, Giovanni Terzi, Domenico Dolce all posed together on the red carpet prior to the event.

Camilla and Letizia Moratti clearly didn’t get the all black memo.

Camilla wore a white chiffon Dolce & Gabbana cocktail dress with jewel detail, whilst Letizia wore a red satin Dolce & Gabbana dress.

Margherita Missoni was my favourite on this red carpet, mixing her mustard leopard print Dolce & Gabbana dress with leopard print heels.

Eva Herzigova wore a leopard print and polka dot Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2010 ensemble.

I’m usually more excited about what Anna dello Russo wears, but I don’t feel that on this occasion.

Her fringed black Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2010 dress is very subdued for someone with such a daring fashion sense.

Other guests at the event included Morgan Freeman, Chace Crawford, and Nick McCarthy from Franz Ferdinand.

Surprisingly Madonna wasn’t there.

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2010 CFDA Fashion Awards – Rachel Weisz In Jason Wu

Skipping Seasons Award
The Jason Wu Resort 2011 presentation only took place 5 days ago, but Rachel Weisz was honoured to be the first to wear a piece from his beautiful girlie girl collection at the 2010 CFDA Fashion Awards in New York last night.

Her custom violet print dress was perfect for her both in style and colour.

She’s glowing.

I’m not a fan of black pumps as you know, but for once I love her Louboutin’s with this look.

This look maybe a bit formal or business-like for some of you, but I think she shows that Jason Wu pieces are for all types of women.

A Judith Leiber clutch and a gorgeous shade of red lippie completed her look.

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2010 Met Costume Institute Gala – Rachel Weisz In Oscar de la Renta

Rachel Weisz joins my growing Best Dressed list from last nights Costume Institute Gala.

She did a complete 180 from the Vera Wang pink gown and goth lips of last year.

This year I’m blown away.

The actress was breath-taking wearing a custom made Oscar de la Renta fuchsia silk faille strapless gown with draped bodice.

It’s based on look 45 from Oscar de la Renta’s Fall 2010 collection.

Super glossy hair, a gold clutch and Fred Leighton jewels complete the look.

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“The Laurence Olivier Awards” – Rachel Weisz In Narciso Rodriguez

Rachel Weisz was also at the “The Laurence Olivier Awards” last night where she picked up the Best Actress Award.

The British actress looked elegant in a one-shouldered Narciso Rodriguez dress, but I wasn’t crazy about the colour.

Had this been a midnight blue or navy I think I would have been totally in love with it.

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The South Bank Show Awards – Rachel Weisz In Jason Wu

Rachel Weisz also attended “The South Bank Show Awards” yesterday.

Unlike Rachel Stevens, Weisz opted for a less graphical look.

She wore a black silk sleeveless Jason Wu dress with designers now signature satin belt.

The blue satin belt makes this look work for me, because as you know I love a pop of colour.

Black Louboutin pumps complete the look.

Congratulations to Rachel as she was named best actress at this year’s “Critics’ Circle Theatre Awards” for appearing in “A Streetcar Named Desire”, which also took place yesterday.

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