Red Carpet Fashion Awards

There were so many more celebs who attended Elle’s Women In Hollywood Celebration in LA last night. Here is a quick look at what they wore.

Uma Thurman: The actress wore a head-to-toe Calvin Klein Spring 2013 all-black look with slicked-back hair and David Yurman jewels.

Kiernan Shipka: The adorable teen actress wore a Moschino ivory-and-black dress with a pleated striped skirt, black collar and peplum detail. An Olympia Le-Tan book clutch and black Jimmy Choo ‘Mara’ kitten heels accessorized her look.

Jayma Mays: The ‘Glee’ actress brightened up the red carpet wearing an electric-blue Alexandra Vidal peplum dress with tri-colour Brian Atwood sandals with matching Rebecca Minkoff lizard embossed ‘Fling’ minaudiere and David Yurman jewels.

Naya Rivera: The ‘Glee’ actress is one of those hit-and-miss stars, but she scored a hit wearing this lovely pale yellow Moschino dress. The sleeveless fitted dress with a tulip-shaped skirt was styled with burgundy Tory Burch peep-toes and a matching Jimmy Choo clutch. Tumbling curls, diamond earrings and a pink lip shade finished Naya’s look.

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Helena Bonham Carter and director Tim Burton attended the premiere of ‘Frankenweenie 3D’ which opened the 56th BFI London Film Festival at the Odeon Leicester Square in London yesterday evening.
The actress wore a familiar Marc Jacobs Resort 2011 dress.

This is the second outing for this black-and-white floral lace dress, because Helena wore it to the 2011 SAG Awards, but on this occasion she styled it with a black silk bolero.

There was a time when this sort of thing would’ve been frowned upon, but the Duchess has made reruns perfectly acceptable.

Helena’s signature curls were piled on top of her head, with kohl-rimmed eyes, light pink lips and pearl drop earrings completing her look.

Credit: Style.com & Getty

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Marc Jacobs’s Spring 2013 collection presented boldly striped fabrics which were used on just about everything from separates to dresses in a variety of lengths and styles.

I loved the ruffled collar pieces which gave a quirky touch to this 60s-inspired collection.

Other details included scalloped edges and peplum details in this surprisingly wearable collection which features low-slung skirts, cropped jackets, T-shirts, ladylike coats, pencil skirts and A-line skirts.
As the collection moved on – at a very fast pace – the stripe prints progressed into psychedelic geometric prints, which is what I called the red-carpet portion of the presentation.

I would love to see Tilda Swinton wearing that black-and-white striped beaded jumpsuit and I think Rose Byrne would look equally comfortable in the final look: a T-shirt-style dress with chiffon inserts in the skirt.

The pale-face trend continues at Marc Jacobs, with the model’s hair side-parted into messy ponytails.
Key accessories included pointy bags and a selection of bags and totes, some of which incorporated stripes.

The presentation ended with all the models taking to the runway to the welcome of flash bulbs popping at the speed of light. This was the moment my camera battery sadly decided to die, leaving me without the money shot.

Front Row: Rose Byrne, Alexa Chung, Ricky Martin, Karen Elson, Kristen Wiig, and Hailee Steinfeld

Favourites: Striped jumpsuit and striped maxi dress

Who I See Wearing This Collection: Datoka Fanning, Elle Fanning, Chloe Sevigny, Elizabeth Olsen, Carey Mulligan, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Zooey Deschanel, Tilda Swinton, Lizzy Chaplan and Rose Byrne

Credit: Style.com

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark solidified her position as Vanity Fair’s best dressed royal when she attended the St. Petersburg Loye Prize & Medals ceremony at the Danish Museum of Art & Design on Friday in Copenhagen, Denmark.

The Princess looked beautiful wearing an orange Marc Jacobs dress which is an ultra-feminine take on a classic shirt dress with pleated front detailing, a self-tie waist and short sleeves.

Comparisons to Kate Middleton have been made as Princess Mary dared to wear nude LK Bennett pumps, but when it comes to style, I think the comparisons end there.

Gold jewels and a chic chignon completed her BDOTW-worthy look.

Credit: Getty

Earlier this afternoon, Dree Hemingway was also in Switzerland attending the 65th Locarno Film Festival to promote her latest movie, ‘Starlet’.

The model/actress joins a growing list of celebrities who have fallen in love with the Marc Jacobs Resort 2013 collection.

At this rate the whole collection would’ve hit the red carpet by September.

Dressed in red, white and blue degrade floral shirt-dress with a pleated skirt; she styled her look with white plimsolls.

Opting for a simple beauty-regime she pinned her ombre hair behind her ears, completing her look with no makeup.

This quirky look works for Dree, but I prefer the scoop-neck version presented in the look book.

Credit: Style.com & Getty

Oprah Winfrey still has the power to attract big name stars for her talk show ‘Oprah’s Next Chapter’.

Next up is Rihanna, who will make a guest appearance on the show airing August 19 on OWN.

In this picture we see the 24-year-old singer showing Oprah around her hometown in Barbados wearing a Marc Jacobs Resort 2013 dress.

Rihanna becomes the fifth star to wear a look from this collection following Anna Wintour, Hilary Swank, Sofia Coppola and Hailee Steinfeld, making it the most worn Resort 2013 collection so far.

The turquoise-and-raspberry v-neck maxi dress has the same floral-and-dot print which we saw as Look 2 from this collection.

Ri Ri kept the look simple by adding gold hooped earrings, a gold pendaent necklace and cat- eye sunglasses.

Credit: Style.com & OprahWinfrey Instagram




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