Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Jessica Alba took a break from her family vacation to attend a press conference during the 2012 Giffoni Film Festival on Saturday in Giffoni Valle Piana, Italy.

Staying in vacay mode, the actress wore a Salvatore Ferragamo Spring 2012 tropical-print top.

Her vibrant, layered, strapless tube top was styled with blue high-waist Ferragamo pants.

Jessica’s accessories included a navy crossbody Ferragamo bag and navy shoes with a mirrored wedge.

The casual ensemble was styled with a simple ponytail and light makeup for a fresh-faced look.

You can buy Jessica’s Salvatore Ferragamo top from Luisa via Roma.

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There were many more glamorous stars on the red carpet at the Glamour Spain 10th Anniversary Party in Madrid last night.

Petra Nemcova: The Czech model looked sensational wearing a Salvatore Ferragamo Resort 2012 midnight-blue fully sequined gown teamed with a Ferragamo silver clutch. The fit could’ve been a bit better around the bust, but with that gorgeous face and impeccable styling she gets a pass, even with the glossy, wavy ombre locks. When will this trend die?

Poppy Delevigne: We are used to seeing the British model in Chanel but on this occasion she wore a Jonathan Saunders Spring 2012 ivory pleated dress. Beachy waves, gold sandals and a colourful beaded red clutch completed her look.

Lily Donaldson: The model who tends to favour British brands on the red carpet donned a sexy backless Nina Ricci gown with ruched details for this occasion. With crystal details embellishing the shoulders she smouldered on the red carpet sporting a red-hot lip colour and side-swept wavy locks.

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Kellan Lutz has been front row at many of the Spring 2013 runway shows during Milan menswear fashion week.

The ‘Twilight’ actor has been left in the shadow of his beautiful Australian girlfriend Sharni Vinson, as designers have been dressing her in their finest, colourful and most revealing pieces for their shows.

At Ferragamo she wore my favourite look from the Spring 2012 collection. Her tropical print strapless jumpsuit was styled with red Ferragamo accessories which perfectly complemented her look.

Sharni donned a Roberto Cavalli Spring 2012 three-piece look for the designers menswear show yesterday. Looking radiant and showcasing her rock hard abs, I have one word for this look: envy.

After wearing two uber sexy looks, Sharni was more conservative at Emporio Armani earlier today.

Her printed dress from the designers Fall 2012 collection was styled with classic black Armani accessories.

Sharni’s Ferragamo look was my favourite. Which was yours?

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Rose Byrne was in Florence, Italy, last week to celebrate the opening of the ‘Marilyn’ exhibition at the Museo Salvatore Ferragamo.

The actress wore a Salvatore Ferragamo dress.

Featuring a high neckline, Rose’s conservative printed chiffon dress had a surprising revealing keyhole detail.

What wasn’t surprising was her choice of accessories.

An eggplant and gold plated Ferragamo clutch and nude satin Ferragamo peep-toes were perfect choices to style her look, but I would’ve liked a belt to nip in her waist.

Bright blue eye shadow, a shimmering nude lip colour and an updo with side-parted bangs and face framing tendrils provided the finishing touches.

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Freida Pinto has been a long-time devotee to Ferragamo, so her appearance at the brand’s Resort 2013 presentation at the Louvre in Paris yesterday afternoon wasn’t a surprise.

She wore the Ferragamo recently during Cannes, she wears their accessories nearly all the time, plus she attended the Resort 2012 presentation in New York last year.

On this occasion she wore a Fall 2012 black embroidered dress with sheer sleeves and a velvet neckline.

With her hair pulled back into a simple bun, she styled the look with Ferragamo accessories plus silver ball-drop earrings.

The only pop of colour came via her lip colour.

She was the best dressed at this event after Hilary Swank.

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