Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Golden-Globe-nominated actress Viola Davis attended the National Board of Review Awards last night in New York City.

She looked spectacular once again wearing a Lauren by Ralph Lauren ‘Valli’ dress.

Viola opted for a red lip colour to complement her red dress with a draped cowl neckline, but it’s the accessories which really make this look.

A gold choker and matching peep-toes take this sophisticated look up several notches.

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Viola Davis attended the 2011 New York Film Critics’ Circle Awards in New York City on Tuesday evening.

The actress wore a shimmering pink Ports 1961 one-shouldered dress paired with a Jimmy Choo ‘tube’ clutch and Sergio Rossi heels.

The metallic rose colour looks faultless on Viola; however, the overall look teeters on becoming too ‘tween’.

Her mismatched accessories don’t help, especially the bracelet which looks like a last-minute option.

A cropped hairdo and a deep berry lip colour completed her look.

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The beautiful Viola Davis was radiant on the red carpet as she joined Sandra Bullock for the ‘Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close’ New York premiere yesterday evening.

Viola would’ve been on a high last night following her Golden Globes nomination for Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama for ‘The Help’.

I adore her in this pink Raoul Spring 2012 halter dress with a tan leather neckline.

I’m glad that she added a tie to her waist to give her dress some shape and definition.

The look would’ve appeared too casual without it.

Once again I’m in love with her flawless hair and makeup.

I can’t wait to see more from her during awards season.

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Viola Davis was not to be outdone by the younger actresses on the red carpet at The Hollywood Reporter’s Annual Women In Entertainment Breakfast, which took place at the Beverly Hills Hotel in LA this morning.

She looked drop-dead gorgeous wearing a BCBG Max Azria Spring 2012 dress, which is our first look at this collection on the red carpet.

Her v-neck colour blocked dress was paired with some delightful caramel Alejandro Ingelmo ‘Sophia’ platform pumps.

I hope whoever did her hair and makeup on this occasion stays with her until after awards season, because in that department she is flaw-free.

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Viola Davis was glowing on the red carpet at the 15th Annual Hollywood Film Awards Gala in LA last night.

She opted to wear a David Meister gown.

The vibrant green silk chiffon off-the-shoulder evening gown looks sensational against her skin-tone.

She accessorized with silver De Beers Diamond jewels and a multi coloured clutch.

A beautiful berry lip colour finished off her look.

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Here are the rest of the red carpet looks from Elle’s 18th Annual Women in Hollywood Tribute which took place last night in LA.

Reese Witherspoon: The actress channelled this season’s androgyny trend wearing a classic Bocanegra pant suit with a feminine twist which comes courtesy of a lace top under her jacket. I love the emerald Irene Neuwirth earrings, but I’m not loving the exposed bra too much.

Amber Heard: Unfortunately the only thing I like about Amber’s look on this occasion is the pink Calvin Klein dress. Her makeup is considerably paler than the last time out, the lip colour is too dark for her petal pink dress and those Calvin Klein grey pumps are just ugly. All good runs must come to an end.

Jayma Mays: Opted for a very glamorous look by donning a gorgeous Malandrino gown. The sea-blue silk chiffon one-ruffled-shoulder gown was teamed with a black Hoss clutch and David Yurman jewels.

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