Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Jennifer Garner made a guest appearance on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” last night, where she talked about her kids, husband Ben Affleck, and her new movie “Arthur.”

Something tells me that Jen should’ve worn this Rachel Roy Spring 2011 dress to the “Arthur” New York Premiere the night before.

Her Rachel Roy bedazzling dress would’ve lit up the red carpet, but she chose it for her TV appearance instead.

The actress sported wavy locks, Cartier jewels and the same triple platform Casadei pumps she wore to the premiere.

Would you have preferred this Rachel Roy dress for the premiere?

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Olivia Palermo was at Christie’s in New York City last night to attend the ‘Green Auction: A Bid To Save The Earth’ featuring a ‘Runway to Green’ fashion show which was supported by Net-A-Porter.com.

I’m usually a huge fan of what Olivia wears, but on this occasion her styling isn’t as impeccable as we’ve come to expect from her.

She wore a long sleeve Rachel Roy Pre-Fall 2011 feather and beaded embellished top, with a pleated marble print Marios for Topshop pleated skirt .

As much as she tried, the two pieces don’t work together.

I applaud Olivia for always bring the high street to the red carpet, but it doesn’t work on this occasion.

There is so much detail on the top that a solid skirt would’ve worked better. It might be the safer and less interesting option, but I would’ve preferred it to what’s currently going on here.

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Halle Berry attended Muhammad Ali’s Celebrity Fight Night XVII in Phoenix, Arizona this weekend.

The Oscar winning actress showed off her amazing figure (as we would expect) wearing a Rachel Roy Resort 2010 dress.

Her royal blue spaghetti strap dress was paired with black t-strap sandals and a silver cuff.

Halle’s beauty regime stays the same with flawless neutral make-up and her trademark crop.

She’s stunning as always, but I wish she’d smoothed down her skirt before this photo was taken.

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Heidi Klum is the cover girl for the March 2011 issue of Lucky. To celebrate the magazine threw a fabulous party for her at The Spare Room at The Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood, California last night.

The German model has been having a more misses than hits recently, but she scores a hit on this occasion wearing a Rachel Roy pencil dress.

As with all Rachel Roy creations the dress is colourful with a beautiful print and solid waistband.

I love Heidi hair in this picture. It’s a sleek old Hollywood style, which she contrasts with her modern chic dress.

Jimmy Choo ‘Zafira’ sandals complete her look.

Credit: Getty

After taking to the red carpet at the InStyle Best of British Talent BAFTA party in London this week, Heidi Klum headed to Stuttgart, Germany for a promotional appearance in as the face of the cosmetics brand Astor.

The Project Runway host opted to wear a coral Amanda Wakeley Spring 2011 jumpsuit.

Her jumpsuit with draped hips was paired with the runway belt and brown Christian Louboutin ‘Altadama’ watersnake peep-toes.

Whilst I love the look on the runway, for some reason I feel like there is too much fabric overwhelming Heidi. Especially around the bottom part of her jumpsuit.

When looking at this jumpsuit on Heidi the first thing that popped into my mind what, “Stop…Hammer time.”

The following day at another Astor promotional event at the Empire Riverside hotel in Hamburg, Germany Heidi opted for a more sophisticated look wearing a Rachel Roy sleek structured dress.

The host looked more polished wearing this long sleeve teal blue dress with an asymmetrical hemline.

Christian Louboutin ‘Balota’ sandals were paired with this look.

I prefer the Rachel Roy look. Which do you prefer?

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