Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Keira Knightley attended the 2011 Jameson Empire Awards in London tonight, where she was honored with the “Empire Hero Award.”

We’ve known Keira so long, that we know that she only has two “go-to” designers for big events.

Chanel and Rodarte.

On this occasion she opted for a Rodarte Spring 2011 look.

Her nude embellished dress with cold shoulders, ruffled trims and a Peter Pan collar was styled with black pumps.

Thankfully I’m so interested in the many features of her dress, that I can almost pretend that the black pumps are not really happening.

Is this a BDOTW contender for you?

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Most Consistent Award
Natalie Portman arrived very late on the red carpet tonight at the 2011 Oscars.

She was the last ones to arrive, no doubt to avoid any Dior/Galliano related questions.

The radiant mother-to-be wore a custom Rodarte gown.

Her purple off-the-shoulder gown is lightly embellished on the bodice which matches her dazzling fringed earrings.

The matchy matchy-ness of her look continues to her Jimmy Choo ‘Macy’ satin sandals.

We had high hopes for Natalie this awards season given the extra pressures of dressing her baby bump.

She surpassed my expectations, how about yours?

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Kirsten Dunst also opted for something bold on the red carpet for the Art Of Elysium “Heaven” Gala in LA last night.

Just when I was starting to tire of Kirsten’s style she hits the red carpet wearing a Rodarte ‘Ming’ dress from the Spring 2011 collection.

The double patterned Rodarte wrap dress was unfortunately let down by some snooze-worthy maroon pumps.

Kirsten also added a Van Cleef & Arpels 1921 art deco diamond and sapphire bracelet to complement her dress.

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After spending the holiday period on a beach topping up her tan in Miami, Chloe Sevigny was back to work on the red carpet last night.

She attended the LA Premiere of HBO’s “Big Love” Season 5 wearing a Rodarte Spring 2011 halter dress.

This is my first big ‘yes’ for 2011.

Yes she wore an interesting look many others wouldn’t dare to wear with such confidence and YES to those stunning Christian Louboutin ‘Salsbourg’ heels.

Finally a star that’s not afraid to step out of the comfort-zone of black and nude pumps.

Chloe’s blue and white printed dress with a cut-out detail at the waist was styled with curly locks, red lippie, a Lucifer Vir Honestus rose gold and diamond frog ring and a silver Judith Leiber clutch.

Definitely a BDOTW contender for me.

What about you?

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It feels so strange to have a “Girl Crush” on a teen actress, but I’m loving Elle Fanning’s style at the moment.

She’s gone from cutesy princesses’ dresses, to adorable Marc Jacob dresses, to Valentino Couture, to edgy Rodarte in a very short space of time.

With each look she’s not trying to be anyone she’s not, and she’s not trying to look older than her 12 years.

I love her how angelic Elle manages to look in her Rodarte tan suede and gold leather embossed dress.

I wouldn’t advise stars to steer too far away from the Rodarte runway styling, so I’m not surprised to see Elle stick to the same white see-through socks, and Nicholas Kirkwood for Rodarte metallic gold embossed wedge heels which we saw on the runway.

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The former editor-in-chief of Pop! magazine, Dasha Zhukova was in very high spirits at the MOCA’s Annual Gala “The Artist’s Museum Happening”.

Giving us her best ‘JLo sexy face’, Dasha looked beautiful wearing Rodarte Fall 2010 dress.

Her ghostly white embroidered dress had multiple layers on the skirt to give her a sexy womanly shape.

I’m not a fan of exposed bras, but on this occasion take her exposed bra for those green satin Charlotte Olympia ‘Paloma’ pumps.

Flawless make-up, a high bun and pearl drop earrings completes this look.




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