Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Heidi Klum celebrated the 10th Anniversary of ‘Project Runway’ at Highline in New York City on Tuesday evening.

The glamorous presenter wore a Francesco Scognamiglio LBD with a loose-fitting chiffon top, with padded shoulders and plunging neckline.

Her overall look would’ve been more interesting had she added accessories which made more of an impact.

I feel like her nude Valentino peep-toes and Lorraine Schwartz are very mute on this occasion.

Or maybe I’m missing a bold lip colour to perk up this look.

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Jennifer Hudson showcased a shorter ‘do on the red carpet for VH1’s Divas Celebrate Soul event at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City last night.

She donned a head-to-toe Francesco Scognamiglio Fall 2011 look.

I’m pretty confident my opinion won’t be shared, but I kinda like this.

It’s a huge departure from what we are used to seeing on JHud.

The event is about divas and this look has diva written all over it – from the sexy shimmering knit dress to the gold-embellished over-the-knee boots.

Somewhere JLo is fuming that she didn’t get her hands on this look first.

Does this look work for you?

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Francesco Scognamiglio’s Fall 2010 presentation was very beautiful, elegant, and laced with undeniable glamour in a dark and mysterious way.

I was slightly thrown by the inclusion of pink and mint green, but they provided an interesting pop of colour against the slate grey and black.

Scognamiglio included many great textures of leather, silk, satin, jersey, wool, cashmere, lace, shearling, tweed, and feathers.

We were presented with ace mini dresses, pleated blouses, the high waisted flare pants, a fur coat, draped capes, jumpsuits and mini skirt.

More than half of the collection was accented with a diamond statement belt. One piece had an oversized crystallized hand-belt.

The laser-cut leather dresses seem to be a homage to Alaïa.

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Lady GaGa made a typically dramatic arrival on the red carpet last night at the 2010 Brit Awards.

The singer wore a white tiered Francesco Scognamiglio custom-made cape with a wig which would make Amy Winehouse beehive look tame by comparison.

Her white lace mask was created by London milliner Philip Treacy.

I’m starting to appreciate GaGa choices, this one isn’t as whacky as previous looks, but I really do like it as it’s so angelic.

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