Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Rachael Leigh Cook In Oliver Tolentino - 2013 People’s Choice Awards

The People’s Choice Awards are generally dictate a funkier, cocktail dress code, but there were a number of starlets who took a more glammed-out approach at the 2013 show last night, including Rachael Leigh Cook.

It is not so often that we see Rachael on the red carpet, but she took advantage of her appearance in a strapless aquamarine Oliver Tolentino design.

The sweetheart gown’s long train could have overwhelmed her petite frame, but her strappy silver Pelle Moda ‘Flirty’ heels gave her some height and she managed to carry it off.

Her silver geometric necklace added a bold note, but a dark printed Ella McHugh ‘Corinne Deco’ clutch was too heavy for the diaphanous dress.

A nude lip and sleek side ‘do finished the look.

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Fergie was your Best Dressed this week, wearing an Oliver Tolentino gown while hosting Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve with Ryan Seacrest.

The words ‘elegant’ and ‘Fergie’ aren’t always used in the same sentence, but she looked stunning on this occasion.

Maybe she’s taking a leaf out of Katy Perry’s book and vying for ‘Most Improved 2013’. We will have to wait and see, but I will not be holding my breath.

In a week where many Asian stars donned Stella McCartney, Song Jia’s Spring 2013 orange-and-white combo grabbed my attention.

The look may have appeared too casual for a red carpet look, but she styled it perfectly to make this sheer-sweater-and-dress combo work for the dressy event.

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Fergie In Oliver Tolentino - Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve With Ryan Seacrest 2013

Fergie co-hosted Dick Clark’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve 2013 on Monday night with Ryan Seacrest and Jenny McCarthy.

The singer, who was on the West Coast hosting from CBS studios in California, wore an Oliver Tolentino chartreuse-yellow gown.

Her elegant one-shoulder silk-chiffon gown with a draped bodice and draped skirt was styled with spectacular earrings and glossy, wavy tresses.

Fergie isn’t on my list of favourite celebs, as I find her style beyond tacky and at times dated, but I have to give credit where credit is due on this occasion as this is a BDOTW-worthy look.

Do you agree?

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Maggie Grace showed her support for the Global Green USA 13th Annual Sustainable Design Awards at Three Sixty in New York City on Monday evening.

The ‘Twilight’ actress wore a very unique dress for the occasion.

Showing her full support for the cause, she wore an Oliver Tolentino eco naturally-hand-dyed blue v-neck cocktail dress with a draped bodice and flared skirt made from hand-woven Manila hemp (abacá) and pineapple leaf fibre (piña) fabric.

Maggie’s eco-friendly look was styled with black accessories, including black patent pumps with an asymmetrical cut and a simple clutch.

Sporting a dewy glow, a simple updo and pretty pink lips provided the finishing touches.

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At the Audi and J. Mendel celebrations for Golden Globes Week 2011 in LA last night, Brittany Snow and Sophia Bush wore looks by other designers.

Brittany continues to sport affordable fashion on the red carpet.

On this occasion she wore a French Connection glitter dress which reminds me of look 24 from the Givenchy Spring 2010 collection.

Her favourite nude open-toe pumps and an elegant updo completed her look.

A worthy BDOTW contender. Do you agree?

Sophia Bush opted for a cream Oliver Tolentino dress which is overly fussy around the neckline.

I normally love anything that Sophia wears, but I’m not crazy about her look on this occasion.

Manolo Blahnik blue satin heels (as worn in Sex And The City), Neil Lane jewels and a Judith Leiber clutch completed her look.

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