Red Carpet Fashion Awards

This weekend Sienna Miller attended the UNESCO Charity Gala in Dusseldorf, Germany, where she was honoured with the ‘Commitment To Charity’ Award for her work with International Medical Corps in the Democratic Republic of The Congo and Haiti.

She wore a dusty pink Stella McCartney Pre-Fall 2010 lace and silk gown.

This may shock a lot of you, but I prefer the gown in black as the pink washes out Sienna despite adding a darker lip shade to prevent this.

I do however appreciate the vintage elegance of the pink version.

Sienna added a diamond statement necklace and wore her hair in a bun to complete her look.

Which do you prefer the black or the dusty pink?

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Sienna Miller hosted the grand opening of Esquire House LA this weekend.

The British actress does a complete 180 by going from looking ridiculous in an oversized Matthew Williamson gown, to divine wearing a Nina Ricci Fall 2010 dress.

The strapless elegant tiered dress with a peplum at the waist had touches of lace with the hem falling just below the knee.

Grey Stella McCartney pumps and sleek straight shiny blonde hair completed her look.

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Sienna Miller supported her designer pal Matthew Williamson at his book launch party which was held at Somerset House in London yesterday.

The Brit actress hosted the event and wrote the forward for the book.

She of course wore a Matthew Williamson dress fresh from the Spring 2011 runway.

I love the electric blue dress on the runway, but I feel the dress slightly overwhelms Sienna tiny frame.

As the host I get she wanted something more dramatic and different from her usual look, but it’s not really working for me.

Does it work for you?

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Sienna Miller was one of the jury members for the 21st Dinard British Film Festival in France.

At the opening ceremony Sienna wore head-to-toe Twenty8Twelve.

Her Spring 2011 look included a black tank and cropped jacket paired with a salmon coloured leopard print skirt.

Whist headed to the “Mr Nice” screening Sienna was spotted wearing a cute white bobble knit sweater with salmon coloured pants.

Her Prada accessories included python studded sandals and a printed quilted bag with chain handle from the limited edition Prada print collection.

My favourite look was her Twenty8Twelve Spring 2011 white short set with a cute black ribbon tied to the waist. She paired her look with a Twenty8Twelve black blazer and her favourite black brogues.

I would’ve loved this look even more without the blazer.

At the award ceremony for the The Dinard 21st British Film Festival, Sienna wore a well worn striped Isabel Marant Spring 2010 blouse and skirt with black patent Louboutin’s and a baby blue clutch.

Which was your favourite look?

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Back in May Sienna Miller and Jude Law announced to the world that they were back together by attending the Costume Institute Gala at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.

She wore a plunging midnight blue Emilio Pucci Fall 2010 gown which had a tiered embroidered skirt and a rise and fall hem.

Lorraine Schwartz Diamonds and strappy Pucci sandals completed her look.

Valeria Solarino showed us that lighting can indeed strike twice when she wore the same dress to the “Vallanzasca – Gli Angeli del Male” Premiere during 2010 Venice Film Festival this week.

With her smoldering darks look the Italian actress wore her dress with Jimmy Choo Feline snakeskin shoe boots.

Valeria wins for me as I love the deeper plunge on her dress. I much prefer her heels, the lack of accessories and her darker locks makes this look feel a lot sexier.

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