Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Sarah Jessica Parker joined her gal pal, Anna Wintour, on the red carpet prior to HBO’s ‘In Vogue: The Editor’s Eye’ screening at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City yesterday evening.

The actress wore a vintage rust-coloured short-sleeve dress with a gathered skirt.

As always, she went above and beyond when it came to the styling, adding Fred Leighton jewels and an electric-blue velvet Fendi baguette with a gold fringed detail (thankfully not a cross-body bag).

I adore her lavender-and-pink Jean-Michel Cazabat ‘Emma’ python pumps, which also add some spice to her look.

On paper this may not have been so appealing with the different colours, textures and prints, but SJP is simply flawless here.

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Sarah Jessica Parker hosted the ‘Electric Holiday’ window unveiling at Barneys New York in New York City yesterday evening.

The actress wore a classic L’Wren Scott black headmistress dress with caviar beaded embroidery around the neckline and cuffs.

To add a fun quirk to her look as she was hosting the event with Minnie Mouse, SJP also wore lace ears with matching veil, which was custom made by L’Wren Scott.

L’Wren Scott bespoke diamond earrings and black Manolo Blahnik pumps accessorized her look, with loose wavy tresses providing the finishing touches.

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L’Wren Scott was honoured with the Fashion Group International Lord & Taylor Fashion Oracle Award at the Night of Stars gala, held yesterday evening at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City.

She was presented with the award by one of her four devotees, Sarah Jessica Parker (Nicole Kidman, Ellen Barkin and Penelope Cruz are the other three).

Both wore L’Wren Scott, but I’m instantly captivated by SJP’s Spring 2013 look, mostly because of the colourful stripes.

The actress opted not to wear a belt with her look, styling it with black glitter Manolo Blahnik pumps and Fred Leighton jewels.

Wavy ombre locks swept over one shoulder completed her look.

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H&M hosted a party in New York City to celebrate their Maison Martin Margiela collaboration on Tuesday evening.

Mena Suvari: Despite not being a fan of Mena’s trompe l’oeil bodysuit, she’s totally working this look, as per. She styled the look with a navy ‘Hitched Up’ skirt, tan wedges with a Perspex heel and a giant silver metallic candy wrapper clutch (a must-have from this collection). She was my favourite at this event.

Leigh Lezark: I’m not surprised that the DJ picked the most colourful and difficult-to-wear piece from the Maison Martin Margiela for H&M collection. She’s never one to fade into the background. The look includes a colourful printed-scarves top and skirt. She opted for the wedges in black.

Selma Blair: The actress wore the black version of the ‘Horizontally Worn’ dress with black wedges. I love how she styled the look with the china bumps and red lip colour, but I prefer the blue version of this dress which appears in the lookbook.

Julianne Moore: A simple black Maison Martin Margiela for H&M suit with peaked shoulders look super chic on Julianne.

Sarah Jessica Parker: The actress looked like an Olsen twin engulfed with so many layers and an oversized blazer.

Helena Christensen: The supermodel makes this £179.99 leather ‘Car Seat Cover’ dress look even more expensive. She styled her look with all black accessories.

The Maison Martin Margiela for H&M collection hits stores November 15. Click here to see the accessories.

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Sarah Jessica Parker joined Cate Blanchett and Emma Stone on the red carpet at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, last night for Elle’s Women in Hollywood Celebration.

I can’t say I’m the biggest Calvin Klein fan, preferring the ‘go big or go home’ over their signature minimalism, but I’m in love with SJP in this Spring 2013 look, which is our first look at this collection on the red carpet.

Her steel-grey sheer-panel dress with a sculptural bodice is absolutely divine. I surprisingly prefer her grey dress over the cream runway look.

I also love the way the skirt has both structure around the hips and fluidity further down towards the hem.

I’m quite captivated by this look, which includes rose-pink Manolo Blahnik pumps with a black lace overlay.

The best thing about this look is the lack of arm candy with no oversize bag and no crossbody bag.

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Sarah Jessica Parker joined Kate Hudson on the red carpet last night for amfAR’s Inspiration Gala at Milk Studios California.

The actress wore a vintage Chanel jumpsuit.

Her spaghetti-strap look was styled with a quilted black sequin jacket which she removed once inside the venue.

This look is so simple, but I’m sure many of you are groaning that SJP appeared to over-accessorize again.

I mean what does she need to carry that would required a bag that big on the red carpet and does she really need three necklaces with this look?

Black Manolo Blahnik pumps and wavy tresses provided the finishing touches.

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Sarah Jessica Parker attended the Carnegie Hall 2012–2013 season opening night gala at Carnegie Hall in New York City yesterday evening.

She wore an Oscar de la Renta Fall 2012 tweed print gown.

You would be forgiven for thinking that this gown is a tad laidback for an opening night gala, but on closer inspection the blue, black and white scoopneck dress is decorated with silver embroidered details for a touch of sparkle, making it perfectly appropriate for an evening do.

SJP accessorized with a Pierre Hardy clutch, which thankfully isn’t a crossbody bag, and Fallon jewelry including a ‘Classique’ crystal collar and bracelet.

Signature wavy ombre locks and silver jewels provided the finishing touches.

You can buy SJP’s Pierre Hardy bag from Barneys.com.

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