Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Kherington Payne wore a silver olive green velvet Christian Cota Fall 2009 asymmetrical dress.

I love this dress. It’s interesting, it’s young and sassy, and Kherington looks to be having fun on the red carpet.

Her look was paired with Judith Ripka jewelry, a black Daniel Swarovski clutch and black strappy Stuart Weitzman heels.

Kay Panabaker’s modified Ports 1961 dress is gorgeous. I love the stunning colours, the one-sleeved effect and that beaded neckline.

What I don’t love are those grey heels.

The colour works, but the heels look a little too big for her.

Naturi Naughton said to herself that everyone’s going to remember ‘my’ name after this premiere.

Whilst her co-stars opted for cute sassy dresses, Naturi went all out wearing a stunning purple mermaid gown which I LOVE.

It’s only seems slightly OTT because of how the others are dressed, but for me she looks amazing.

This is what red carpet dressing is all about. I think I love this so much because if this was my premiere on a major movie, I would dress like this also.

Work it girl.

Ashley Tisdale’s look was super casual.

She opted for a really cute pink playsuit, which is more of a just popping to the mall look than red carpet ready.

Jessica Lowndes wore a sparkling striped skirt with a simple black tee and still looks amazing.

I love the two tone look she has going on here which work on her shoes and jewels.

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Last season Tia Cibani took us to Indian, after previously taking us to Africa. This season she took us to the Far East, and what an amazing journey we had.

The show had a zen-like calmness to it. Models in very high platforms took to the runway wearing a variety of Asian inspired pieces.

Pants and top were presented, but the emphases was on dresses. We were presented with sheaths, kimono-style dresses, bandeau’s and jersey draped dresses.

Floral prints, obi belts were presented with the colour palette consisting of pinks, golds, silvers, corals and chocolate.

When reviewing the collection again on Style.com, it’s unfortunate that you don’t get to see the glorious prints on the back of the shift dresses and coats, but you can see the detail in the video below.

You can view the whole collection on Style.com.

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My second to last show at New York Fashion Week was Tia Cibani’s Ports 1961 Fall 2009 presentation. This collection took us on an exotic journey, and that journey was to India.

A Red Baraar Festival!, a Punjabi band started off the show, to get us in the mood.

The models walked the runway with the soothing beats in the background, wearing clothes inspired from Tia’s recent Indian travels. Long, short and glorious lame Sari dresses, Achkan coats, cropped Angarkha jackets, Salwar pants and a stunning ruby ombre jewelled dress were presented.

The exotic colour palette included ruby, henna red, saffron orange, jasmine white, moonstone grey and begonia pink.

The collection took a sophisticated approach on the vibrancy of India’s regal past.

I think a lot of these pieces will be timeless.

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After wearing a lot of bright vibrant colours this week, Rosario Dawson opted for a navy Ports 1961 50s style dress, when she attended the Rome photocall of her new film Seven Pounds yesterday.

The taffeta dress has exposed pockets, which she wore with black patent heels. The actress opted out of wearing the contrast bow which was presented on the runway.


For the premiere, Rosario brought out her not so secret weapon.

Her deadly curves. Those delicious curves hugged every inch of this Bottega Veneta Fall 2008 dress, which is the shorter version of the same dress Sarah Michelle Gellar and Christina Ricci wore last year.

Despite all her colourful dresses, this is the best she has looked all week.

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