Red Carpet Fashion Awards

I did a double double take whilst viewing the red carpet pics for the “2010 Cosmetic Executive Women Beauty Awards” which was held in New York on Friday night.

Kim Kardashian and Selita Ebanks both attended wearing looks we’ve seen before on the red carpet.

Kim carried a scary looking Christian Louboutin Talita spiked clutch whilst wearing a coral Rachel Roy Resort 2010 dress we’ve seen worn by Tyra Banks.

The model and TV presenter wore it when she attended the “36th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards” back in August last year.

Selita wore the same Victoria Beckham Spring 2010 dress which the designer herself wore back in September last year, when she attended the Fashion East show during London Fashion Week.

Tyra and Victoria both look better.

Kim clearly ripped off this look right down to the choice of heels, whereas Selita lets herself down with the cheap looking clutch.

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Whitney Port arrived at the NYLON Young Hollywood Party at the Roosevelt Hotel in LA last night with her boyfriend Ben Nemtin.

As much as Olivia Palermo likes to take sly digs at Whitney’s style, I think she looked really good at this event.

“The City” star wore a stunning sunshine yellow Rachel Roy Spring 2010 draped dress.

I love this dress on her because she has the height to pull it off, its a beautiful burst of colour and it’s so different to what she normally wears.

As much as I hate handbags on the red carpet, her one doesn’t ick me too much as I’m glad she didn’t wear it as a cross-over bag.

What I love most about her look are her open-toe Giuseppe Zanotti shoes which are covered in colourful embellishments.

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Hilary Rhoda wore an interesting mix of colours as she walked the red carpet at the “2010 Tribeca Ball” in New York last night.

She arrived wearing a navy strapless Rachel Roy Pre-Fall 2010 ensemble with a gathered detail on the skirt and a textured panels on the bustier.

Hilary has worn Rachel Roy on many occasions, so it’s not a surprise to see her continue to support the talented designer.

I love the yellow sandals and white clutch she wore with this dress to stop the look from being boring.

If I would’ve changed one thing, I would lose the necklace.

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Olivia Palermo looked graceful as ever on the red carpet at the “2010 Tribeca Ball” in New York last night.

As beautiful as her Rachel Roy Fall 2010 chiffon print dress is, I’m finding it very hard to like this look on her.

The colour is really drab despite her efforts to inject some fun into this look with the cream feathered clutch.

She teams her look with black heels and a large cocktail ring.

I don’t hate it, but she’s had much better moments.

How do you feel about this look?

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I’m loving my flip camera at the moment as it helped me create this video of Rachel Roy’s Fall 2010 presentation which I saw yesterday evening.

I’m a huge fan of Rachel Roy’s ultra feminine, but not too girlie pieces. Her looks can go from a boardroom to a dinner party without tweaking nor accessorizing.

What I noticed from her Fall collection was a strong emphasis on evening wear, which Rachel doesn’t tend to focus on.

The finale gown was my favourite. The strapless beaded gown deserves a red carpet moment.

Apart from the gowns we were presented with pant suits, skirt suits, and tailored jackets – Roy’s staples.

The tailoring was impeccable as always on the skirt suits, and I loved the inclusion of a lot of metallic pieces.

The colour palette was a mix dark romantic colours like eggplant, dark grey and black to pops of fuchsia and aqua.

The shoes – which I zoomed in on during my video – are from Rachel Roy’s Manolo Blahnik collection, and the bags were by Nancy Gonzalez.

Guests included ex-husband Damon Dash, Miss J, Whitney Port and Keke Palmer who is interviewed at the end of my video.

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