Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Rose Byrne also attended the 6th Annual Tribeca Film Festival Artist Dinner which was held at the Odeon Restaurant in New York City.

She was of course wearing Chanel.

Her black embellished halter-neck dress is from the Spring 2011 collection, was accented with a belt to give more shape to the dress.

Her simple updo showcased her bang on trend fringe.

Wearing her hair up allowed us to see the delicate embellishments around the neckline.

On this occasion strappy heels would’ve been preferred as her dress is so light and delicate.

The pumps feel a bit heavy for the look.

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Rose Byrne was spotted on a photo shoot to promote her upcoming comedy, “Bridesmaids.”

The Australian actress looked divine wearing a white Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2011 lace ensemble with matching cropped jacket.

Thankfully it doesn’t scream ‘deja vu’ like so many of the looks from this collection.

I love her windswept hair and the hot red lips, as much as I love her snake-skin pumps and Fendi ‘Silvana’ bag.

Her Fendi Spring 2011 top handle bag comes in various colours and is available to purchase from Saks.com and Browns Fashion.

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It looks like Leona Lewis has started a ‘blunt bangs mini trend’, as Rose Byrne arrived at the amfAR New York Gala to kick off Fall 2011 Fashion Week with a similar ‘do.

Rose was resplendent as she glided gown the red carpet wearing a Ralph Lauren Collection soft pink silk crepe haltered gown which she accessorized with Ralph Lauren Fine jewelry.

I love this new hairstyle with the pretty pink gown. It’s a very interesting contrast of edgy meets sweet.

A sleek updo would’ve been expected, so I appreciate that she tried something new.

Credit: Style.com & Sharon Neetles/Globe Photos/ZUMAPRESS.com

Back in May Rose Byrne arrived at the LA Premiere for “Get Him To The Greek” wearing a Zac Posen Fall 2010 charcoal felt dress.

She teamed her dress with Brian Atwood pumps, a gold clutch and a belt with a detailed silver buckle.

Kelly Osbourne was one of the many stars to attend Teen Vogue’s Young Hollywood Party held at Paramount Studios in Hollywood this weekend.

She wore the same dress sans belt.

The TV presenter also opted for black pumps and added a green sparkling clutch.

I love Kelly’s clutch, but I think I prefer the dress with the belt so Rose wins for me.

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Grecian Goddess Award
Rose Byrne was looked delightful on the red carpet at the 2010 Emmy Awards last night.

Her one-of-a-kind Gucci cut-out Grecian gown was accented with a gold trims and a keyhole detail to increase the wow factor in her look.

The gown also features a crisscross open draped back with train.

I love everything about this look, including the wild updo.

Bochic jewelry and a Bulgari bag complete the look.

Credit: Newscom

Here are the rest of the looks from the red carpet at the 2010 Breakthrough of the Year Awards.

90210’s AnnaLynne McCord looked stunning as always wearing a Hervé Léger by Max Azria green halter-neck bandage dress.

I think only AnneLynne can still get away with wearing these types of dresses.

The actress paired her dress with Christian Louboutin Mille Cordes pumps and a super sleek hairdo.

AnneLynne’s cast mate, Jessica Stroup also opted for a short and sexy frock.

Her one-sleeved white hot Rachel Roy dress was paired with nude Brian Atwood ‘Maniac’ pumps.

Sofia Vergara would look beautiful in a bin liner.

For this event she looked gorgeous wearing an eggplant Alberta Ferretti asymmetrical dress.

She added a touch of sparkle to her look pairing her dress with bejeweled Jimmy Choo ‘Jigsaw’ sandals and Sutra diamond earrings.

Rose Byrne’s look was head-to-toe boring.

The only thing I like here are her red lips and wavy hair.

Credit: Bauer Griffin & Getty




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