Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Zooey Deschanel attended the 2012 White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner, held at the Washington Hilton on Saturday evening.

The star of ‘New Girl’ chose an Oscar de la Renta Pre-Fall 2012 gown, not shown in the runway presentation.

Her strapless light grey gown, embellished with metallic silver polka-dot embroidery, is beautiful in true Oscar de la Renta form, but the dress would’ve looked better had it been hemmed, no?

A side ponytail, red lips and kohl-rimmed eyes, which are a tad too heavy for her delicate look, provided the finishing touches.

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On Friday evening at the Stella McCartney boutique in LA, Paul McCartney hosted the premiere of ‘My Valentine’, which he directed, with his daughter Stella, who outfitted the guests on the night.

Here are the rest of the looks which didn’t make the best dressed list.

Kristen Stewart: On Friday evening I usually check out from the internet, but a comment that I saw on my Blackberry told me that Kristen Stewart would be on the Best Dressed list next week. So I broke my ‘no internet on Friday night’ rule to check out this amazing look. I was gob-smacked by the bedraggled mess that I was faced with. Firstly she clearly doesn’t want to be there (which is an instant turn off); secondly, her roots need a touch up; and thirdly, the look was much better on the runway with the blue blazer. Why her stylist opted for a black blazer will forever remain a mystery. I’m not a fan of those Stella McCartney loafers and the attempt to add some life to this part schoolgirl, part schoolboy look via the red lip colour fails miserably. I’m shocked at how this could be considered BDOTW worthy, especially following Coco Rocha.

Rumer Willis: One person had to pick a diamond-print dress with thick embroidery from Stella McCartney Spring 2012 and that person was Rumer. She dared to go where nearly everyone else had failed by trying to make these dresses work on the red carpet. Not only did she fail, she also added insult to injury by wearing the floor-length dress with a black shawl. For the intriguing yellow footwear she gets a 2 out of 10.

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Zooey Deschanel walked the red carpet before heading inside to host the 2012 Writers Guild Awards in LA on Sunday night.

The quirky actress wore her own vintage plaid Shareen dress.

I can’t help but imagine Zooey tying her flannel sheets into a halter neck and cinching it with some leftover ribbon from her craft box.

Signature curls and a rosy lip colour complete the look.

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Zooey Deschanel, who’s nominated for Best Performance by an Actress In A Television Series – Comedy Or Musical for ‘New Girl’, took to the red carpet tonight for the 2012 Golden Globe Awards.

She wore a custom Prada dark green silk dress with an open back.

The black satin dress has black and emerald green glass pearls decorated bodice which has an ivory pearl embroidered collar.

She complemented the look with an emerald green glass pearls Prada rectangular clutch and Prada heels.

I’m sure many of you won’t like Zooey’s hair, but I love the 60s bouffant with the vampy makeup.

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Zooey Deschanel kicked off Game 4 of the World Series with a flawless rendition of the Star Spangled Banner at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, Texas on Sunday night.

She donned a patriotic red, white and blue striped Moschino Spring 2011 mini dress for the occasion.

On the red carpet this look may have come off quite gimmicky, but for this occasion the strapless dress with floral embroidery was a fun and typically quirky look for the young star.

Red suede pumps and a half-up, half-down hairstyle completed her look.

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