Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Shu Qi was glowing when she stepped onto the red carpet at the 19th Golden Rooster and Hundred Flowers Film Festival which took place in China this week.

The Asian actress becomes only 3rd person after Claire Danes and Megan Fox to wear a look from the Armani Privé Fall 2010 collection.

Her exquiste gold sequined one shoulder gown with diagonal pleating is gathered at the waist and accented by a metal and lacquer brooch.

I love the way Shu sweeps her hair over the opposite shoulder so nothing is blocking our view of this breath-taking gown.

Her beautiful gown is matched by her beautiful smile.

This is a BDOTW contender for me. Do you agree?

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Summer is starting to cool here in the UK, but I still love seeing summery dresses on the red carpet.

Shu Qi, the ambassador for the ‘Net East’ game, attended a press conference to promote the product in Hong Kong recently.

She looked gorgeous wearing the wisteria print Stella McCartney Spring 2010 strapless dress I’ve been longing to see on the red carpet.

I really love the dress, but I didn’t like the shoes.

It looks like she tried to match the shoes to the dress, but it doesn’t work.

Mixing prints has been popularly lately, but I solid colour would’ve been preferred on this occasion.

Do you like her shoes with this dress?

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Shu Qi also wore a breath-taking nude gown on the red carpet at the 2010 Hong Kong Film Awards.

The 2009 Cannes Film Festival judge looked so regal as she glided down the red carpet wearing a strapless Elie Saab Fall 2008 Couture gown.

This dress is typically stunning, and typically embellished.

Shu didn’t need jewels as the embroidered details on her tiered skirt sparkled enough.

As much as I love that Shu brought this look out of the archives, I still think that Fala was the best dressed at this event.

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Hong Kong actress Maggie Cheung looked stunning walking the red carpet wearing an Elie Saab Fall 2009 Couture gown, from the designers all white collection.

I love the dress with it’s one sleeve to the feathered hem.

I understand why Maggie would have wanted a belt to break up all that white, but why did it have to be that cream Alaia belt?

This kinda ruins this look for me.

I love this picture of Taiwanese-French actress Sandrine Pinna.

Firstly because she looks adorable in her ruffled Lanvin Resort 2010 strapless dress, but also because she appears to be mimicking the runway picture by standing on one leg.

Lanvin bow-front satin pumps complete her look.

I don’t normally think of Lanvin pieces as sexy, but Hu Tingting certain gives this dress with a very thigh-high split that appeal.

A strappy sandal would’ve have made this look even sexier.

Vivian Hsu opted for a beautiful necklace with her Chanel Resort 2010 black dress.

You may remember that Blake Lively recently wore this same dress with a similar necklace to the Chanel “Fete D’Hiver” Fall Gala.

We’re seeing more and more Salvatore Ferragamo on the red carpets in Asia, and I’m so happy about this as we don’t see enough of the brand elsewhere.

Michelle Chen opted for this nude strapless dress with a criss cross detail on the bodice from the Fall 2009 collection.

I just love the way she politely holds her Bottega Veneta clutch.

I’m glad she decided against the shimmering turtle-neck with the brown cuffs.

Ivy Chen also looked adorable wearing a white Christian Dior Spring 2008 strapless dress with a floral detail on the bodice.

I totally understand why people keep going back to this Spring 2008 collection, because it one of Galliano’s best for Dior.

As much as I love the pop of colour from Momoco Tao’s aqua strapless draped Lanvin Resort 2010 dress, I’m like a bull to a red flag in lust for her red YSL eel skin pumps heels.

I’m drooling.

Model Lynn Hung has the perfect proportions to pull off this stunning canary yellow Valentino Fall 2009 plunging gown.

I’m getting a Dior vibe from Li Bingbing’s whie gown, which is very similar to Marion Cotillard’s from the “Nine” New York premiere.

Like Marion, Li looks absolutely beautiful.

A chic updo and that emerald necklace perfect this look.

I was convinced that Shu Qi’s gown was from the Ralph Lauren Fall 2009 collection, but on closer inspection it appears that the two gowns are just very similar.

The 2009 Cannes Film Festival judge glows in her shimmering strapless gown.

Prudence Liew added a bit of sass to this event full of cute dresses and event appropriate gowns.

I love her leather strapless dress with its ruffles and folded details.

The look is completed with a pair of Gucci Iman heels.

What a fabulous event. Thanks to all those who directed me to it.

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George Clooney has a new girlfriend, so that must means he has a new movie to promote.

Elisabetta Canalis is George’s current flavour of this red carpet season, and the genetically blessed couple looked outstanding walking their first red carpet together at “The Men Who Stare At Goats” premiere during Venice Film Festival.

Him in a dark suit, and her in a stunning teal Roberto Cavalli strapless teal gown with black peep-toes and a black clutch.

Her Cinderella moment would’ve been so perfect had Shu Qi not worn the same dress 5 months ago.

The 2009 Cannes Film Festival judge Cavalli gown to the “UP” premiere with a diamond necklace.

I was considering giving this win to Elisabetta as I love the colour against her skin, but then I noticed the tattoo on her arm and moved my vote to Shu.

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