Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Fan Bingbing joined her co-stars for the ‘Yang Gui Fei’ press conference during the 16th Busan International Film Festival at the Grand Hotel in South Korea earlier today.

The Asian beauty is not only a fan of Elie Saab, but Bottega Veneta as well.

She lit up the room wearing a neon pink Bottega Veneta Resort 2012 dress with a corseted belt.

Normally the actress makes some kind of modification, but on this occasion she kept her look as it was presented on the runway.

Cartier jewels and a gorgeous smile completed her look.

Which has been your favourite look from Fan Bingbing so far during this film festival?

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Lily Cole attended The Global Party launch held at the Natural History Museum in London last night.

The flame-haired model chose an orange Bottega Veneta Fall 2011 dress which features a black lace overlay and elbow-length oversized sleeves.

Lily added a rust-coloured belt to cinch the dress at the waist, a simple black clutch and a killer pair of lime green Prada strappy snakeskin heels to her look.

I like the addition of the belt, which prevents the look from overwhelming her tiny frame and it give the look some shape.

I do wish she had done something a bit more sophisticated with her hair.

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Julianne Moore was one of the guest speakers at ‘What’s On The Table’ event which was held at a Private Residence in New York City this weekend.

The actress, who tends to favour Lanvin and Tom Ford for her red carpet appearances, opted for a look from the Bottega Veneta Resort 2012 collection on this occasion.

Her nude, black and orange colour block dress was paired with ankle strap snake-skin wedges.

It’s great to see Julianne in something more colourful, but I don’t like nude underlay poking out from the under the hemline.

An updo, barely there make-up and Bvlgari jewels completed her look.

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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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Once again Emma Watson hits us with another very unexpected look when she arrived on the red carpet for the “Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows Part 2″ New York Premiere tonight.

She wore a Bottega Veneta Fall 2011 gown.

As you know I’m quite obsessed with this collection, as I fell in love with Emma Stone who donned a Bottega Veneta dress to the MTV Movie Awards.

Despite my love for this collection, I was always very unsure how the gowns would look on the red carpet.

This gorgeous gown with a linen bustier and cascading satin amber flamed skirt was styled with slicked back hair and smoky eyes.

I love the gown and the hair, but the eyes are too raccoon-like for my tastes.

Giuseppe Zanotti chocolate brown platform peep toes and Lorraine Schwartz jewels completed this rustic look.

Does this leave you speechless in a good or bad way?

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