Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Emma Stone In Dolce & Gabbana - 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Rise Of Electro' Rome Photocall

Emma Stone moved from Paris to Rome for today’s (April 14) photocall for ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise Of Electro’, held at the Grand Hotel St Regis in Rome, Italy.

Wearing a romantic Dolce & Gabbana white blouse and pencil skirt cut from intricate macramé-lace, the look creates the most feminine figure, especially with the tucked-in blouse.

Again the (Valentino) shoes fail to excite, but I love the makeup and braided hairdo.

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Jennifer Garner In Dolce & Gabbana - 'Draft Day' New York Screening

Jennifer Garner attended the ‘Draft Day’ screening at Landmark’s Sunshine Cinema on Thursday (April 10) in New York City.

Decked out in black again, this Dolce & Gabbana long-sleeved frock was bedazzled with crystal detailing, which she complemented with a pair of silver strappy sandals.

I would’ve loved to have seen her hair up with this look, or a bold lip colour.

What do you think? Is something missing or is the look perfect as it is?

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Mollie King In Dolce & Gabbana - The Glamour Of Italian Fashion 1945-2014 VIP Private View

Mollie King attended a VIP private viewing of ‘The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945-2014′ held at the Victoria & Albert Museum on Wednesday (April 2) in London, England.
The singer followed the dress code by wearing an Italian designer, turning to her favourite boys: Dolce & Gabbana.

She donned a coin-print Dolce & Gabbana slip-lined dress cut from light-as-air stretch silk-chiffon which is fitted through the body, with floaty flared sleeves that add drama.

Adding more coinage to her look, her dress was styled with a gold-tone Dolce & Gabbana medallion raffia shoulder bag inspired by ancient Sicilian currency, and gold Dolce & Gabbana sandals.

This is quite a chic way to honour Sicilian style, don’t you think?

Mollie King In Dolce & Gabbana

Dolce & Gabbana Coin-Print Silk-Chiffon DressMatchesFashion.com
Dolce & Gabbana Coin Raffia Crossbody BagNordstom

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The Glamour of Italian Fashion Exhibition Red Carpet Roundup

Here is a quick roundup of a few others who joined Naomi Campbell and Rita Ora on the red carpet for the preview of The Glamour of Italian Fashion exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum on Tuesday (April 1) in London, England.

Elizabeth Hurley: On a night celebrating Italian glamour, it could’ve gone two ways for Hurley: Versace or Cavalli. The British actress opted for the latter, selecting a black Cavalli halter gown which is lightly beaded and made sexy with a selection of cut-outs.

David Gandy: No prizes for guessing that the model was dressed in Dolce & Gabbana. His classic double-breasted suit is Dolce & Gabbana tailoring at its very best.

Erin O’Connor: Opting not to go the Italian designer route, the model looked divine dressing her baby bump with a Vivienne Westwood Gold Label Fall 2014 lavender draped dress. It’s so lovely to see her in a colour other than her favoured black. A pretty statement necklace, Smythson ‘Floating Envelope’ python box clutch, gold t-bar sandals and a gold cuff.

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BDOTW Women

Even with the glamour of Malaga Film Festival dominating the poll, it was a street-style look which won you over this week.

Miranda Kerr’s Dolce & Gabbana dress styled with an Escada coat, Hermes bag and Louboutin shoes was a sexy, effortless look which I personally preferred over some of the red carpet looks she’s given us this year.

As you know, I’m all about colour, and what a colourful red carpet we had last week.

The actress who stood out for me the most was Ana de Armas in Zuhair Murad. It wasn’t just the colour which captivated me; the styling, including that hot-red lip and wavy retro ‘do, sealed the deal.

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