Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Vera Farmiga was spotted heading back to her hotel in New York City yesterday after a day of promoting her new movie, “Higher Ground.”

She wore a Bottega Veneta lace abstract dress and printed cardigan from the Fall 2011 collection with gold strappy sandals.

The yellow crepe dress has an espresso sheer lace-paneled overlay and a frayed neckline. Her cardigan also has the same abstract print.

Vera opted out of wearing the orange obi belt replacing it with a much simpler black ribbon tied to the waist.

I loved the extra kick the orange belt gave to this look.

I don’t dislike the look, but I believe it could’ve been so much better as the shoes seem overly fussy.

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It’s been a while since we last saw Vera Farmiga, but she took to the red carpet for her “Higher Ground” New York Premiere last night at the AMC Loews 19th Street East 6 Theater.

She opted to wear a simple chic Stella McCartney Fall 2011 dress.

It made be hard to see, but her sleeveless dress has a black velvet panel on the fluted skirt.

Black strappy Gianvito Rossi sandals and smoky eyes completed her look.

Despite this being a heavy black dress with a velvet panel worn in summer on the red carpet, I can’t deny how incredibly chic Vera looks in this dress.

This look would’ve been greatly improved with a sparkling Swarovski clutch.

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Here is a look at the other Gap Gowns from the Met Costume Institute Gala last night.

Vera Famiga wore a Sophie Theallet baby blue off -the-shoulder dress with black ribbon trim.

I know a lot of you hated this dress, but I don’t think would’ve been too bad if the dress didn’t have those pom pom sleeves.

I love the colour on her.

Alexander Wang designed M.I.A.’s gown.

I think he totally understood the needs of his client by infusing drama into this ethnic sparkling gold embroidered dress over a strapless leather dress.

Too bad she wasn’t graceful enough to pull it off.

Who holds their clutch under their armpit?

Jessica Alba was simply outstanding in her Sophie Theallet rose silk bias gown with train.

I just love the black lining which peeks out from the neckline and train.

She was the Gap girl of the night, oozing style, grace and giving us old Hollywood sophistication.

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Vera Farmiga’s was one of the stars who made a quiet impact on the red carpet this awards season

My favourite was her black Dolce & Gabbana Golden Globes gown, with her Marchesa Oscar gown in second place.

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It’s A Grower Award
Vera Farmiga was one of the first to walk the red carpet at the 2010 Oscars.

The reason it’s taken me so long to post her look, is because I knew it would grow on me and it did.

Her Marchesa strapless column dress with sculpted pleated cascade is such a big gown, but Vera didn’t shy way from it.

She appears to be in love with Marchesa, as she also wore a Marchesa gown to the BAFTAs.

Her hair was styled into a loose updo and her lipstick is very complementary to her look.

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Best Modification Award
Vera Farmiga made the right choice at the 2010 Film Independent Spirit Awards.

As much as I love gowns on a red carpet, the Spirit Awards isn’t about that. It’s more casual, so I love that Vera shortened her Marchesa Resort 2010 red dress to make it more event appropriate.

I don’t however like her peep-toes as they almost blend into her skin-tone.

Yes it would’ve been too matchy matchy, but I would’ve preferred red heels on this occasion.

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