Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Carey Mulligan arrived at the Cannes Film Festival premiere for her new movie “Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps” this evening.

Sporting marcel waves for the first time, the British actress looked stunning in a custom-made Azzaro Fall 2010 gown.

The beaded collar is exquisite and I love that bow detail too.

You wanted something new and she delivered.

I like the sleek silhouette as I tire of those 50s style dresses she favours.

I didn’t have high expectations so I’m not at all disappointed with this look.

Are you?

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The 2010 Malaga Film Festival started this weekend and many top stars walked the red carpet.

Ana Fernandez is a very well regarded actress in Spain.

She opted to wear a stand out Azzaro Spring 2010 strapless gown with a red feathered detail at the back.

I’m glad she didn’t wear the red sash, as her look is kept young without it.

Everything about this looks is effortless, especially the styling of her hair.

A black Peter Nitz croc clutch completed her look.

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Kristen Stewart sparkled as she arrived at the LA premiere of “The Yellow Handkerchief” last night.

The “Twilight” actress opted for a black Azzaro Fall 2009 dress which was embellished with gold details to prevent the look from being a simple LBD.

I like the look, but I would’ve preferred her to wear something with a bit more shape.

Kristen seems happier on this red carpet, I guess that because she doesn’t have to deal with the intense pressure which comes with “Twilight”.

Her look was paired with black satin Bally “Stann” platform pumps.

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After 24 hours without internet access I breathe a sigh of relief as the withdrawal symptoms were seriously beginning to kicking in.

We saw the red carpet for the New York premiere, now the ladies on the west coast put on their best dresses for “The September Issue” LA premiere.

Ginnifer Goodwin was by far my favourite wearing a cute red embellished Marc Jacobs Resort 2010 dress with a tiered skirt and a ribbon tied to the waist.

My only problem are the pointy pumps, the runway heels are divine although I can imagine impossible to walk in.

May I just say WOW.

Shenae Grimes blows me away wearing a stunning sparkling black dress from the Fendi Spring 2009, and I really disliked that collection so this look is even more impressive.

Her hair was swept to the side, her make-up was flawless and she paired her dress with stunning Jimmy Choo Karina studded shoe-boots.

She works this grown up look well without looking too old.

I get a boho hippy vibe from Jennifer Morrison in this Stella McCartney maxi dress, when I would’ve assumed the wearer of this dress would have given off more of a gothic vibe.

I surprisingly don’t hate the look.  The lace and velvet details add to the charm of this look.

Rose Byrne wore an Alberta Ferretti Fall 2009 teal silk chiffon and sequin cocktail dress.

The dress is unexpectedly paired with nude heels and silvery clutch.

Trust Maggie Q to be the sex kitten of this red carpet.

The stunning actress looked outstanding wearing a Azzaro strapless dress.

The dusty pink strapless dress has a bow detailing at hem and studded details on the hip.

The actress paired her dress with nude Brian Atwood Manic pumps.

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Both Anne Hathaway and Olivia Molina wore this white Azzaro gown with plenty style and grace.

Many of you red carpet purists were a bit disappointed that Olivia arrived at the Goya Awards wearing the same dress which Anne Hathaway had worn to the SAG Awards, exactly a week earlier.

I’m not being obvious by picking the Hollywood movie star, but I do prefer this dress on Anne.

I love her wavy hair, but Olivia’s black Louboutin clutch loses her points. A clutch that matched the crystal embellishment would have worked better, or no clutch at all like Anne.

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Kate Walsh and Julia Ormond have both worn this navy Azzaro gown, with a jeweled halter neck, and a jeweled detailed on the hip.

Kate wore it when she attended the NAACP Image Awards in February last year, and Julia wore the same dress when she attended the SAG Awards on Sunday night.

“It’s Not The Same Gown?” I hear you cry.


Well it is the same gown, but Julia wore the dress as a halter, whereas Kate wore it as a one-shouldered gown.

This one was so close to going under the WWIB? radar.

I love that Julia made this gown her own, but as a one-shouldered gown, I feel like I can see more of the gown, especially the hip detail, so Kate wins this for me.

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