Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Megan Fox attended the Toronto Film Festival “Friends With Kids” Premiere at the Ryerson Theatre on Friday with husband Brian Austin Green.

The actress wore a red strapless Thakoon Resort 2012 mini dress.

I’m thankful for slight modification on the hemline and the removal of the floral detail on bodice.

She spiced up her look with white leopard print Brian Atwood ‘Zenith’ heels, black and tan Christian Louboutin clutch and gold David Webb ring.

Her look was completed with glossy, wavy hair, slightly smoky eyes and MEUS Designs jewels.

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Liv Tyler attended a screening of her movie “Super” back in March wearing a Thakoon Addition dress.

The actress paired her royal blue, floral and polka-dot printed dress with a black blazer, black tights, Roger Vivier blue velvet heels and a black Lanvin ‘Happy Mini Pop’ bag.

I love how she made such a summery dress evening appropriate by teaming it with dark, sophisticated accessories. She strikes the balance between casual and chic perfectly and shows us how to take a daytime look into the night. Fresh makeup and loose wavy hair completes her look.

Rebecca Romijn took a more understated approach earlier this month when she wore the same silk-chiffon dress to attend the launch of “Just Fabulous” in West Hollywood.

The actress added only a pair of tan, strappy wedges and a row of bracelets to her outfit. She also kept her hair and makeup simple too, opting to pin back her fringe and add a touch of pink lipgloss.

When comparing this look against Liv’s, I do wish there was something more going on. Even though Rebecca’s look is more summery, I think she could have made just a bit more effort by choosing an interesting shoe or adding a fun bag or some pretty jewelry to liven up her look. It just feels a little too plain for my taste.

My vote is definitely going to Liv. She wins for her ability to make this dress look incredibly chic and cool.

A sleeveless version of Liv and Rebecca’s Thakoon dress is available from
Net-A-Porter US.

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Rashida Jones attended the New York screening of “Monogamy” at the IFC Center earlier this week.

She wore a Thakoon Batik-print dress from the Fall 2011 collection, which is the first look we’ve seen from this collection on the red carpet.

Her sleeveless Batik floral print dress was paired with black tights and black lace up booties.

The tights and booties are not the surprise factor here; it’s the fact that she’s not wearing a blazer.

A blazer has very much become a part of Rashida’s staple red carpet style, so I’m surprised she didn’t work it into this look where it would’ve really worked well.

Her Thakoon appears to be slightly modified as the runway version has more of a tulip-shaped skirt and a peplum which I prefer.

After the way Halle Berry wowed us in her stunning YSL gown this weekend, this look feels like she took a huge step back in this Kaufman Franco dress.

It’s not a bad dress in theory, but I feel totally indifferent to it on Halle as it looks like something Stephanie Pratt would wear.

Minnie Driver’s Paul & Joe Fall 2009 dress was far more interesting with the cape-like sleeves and embellished shoulder pads which complemented her black silk Brian Atwood ‘Randye’ sandals.

We have yet another Spring 2011 first.

Milla Jovovich wore a Temperley London Spring 2011 orange draped gown which looks much better in orange.

She’s totally loving this gown by the way she’s working it.

Mila Kunis looked much better on this occasion wearing a Monique Lhuillier black strapless asymmetrically draped dress.

It’s sticking to her favoured colour, but at least it has plenty of life and doesn’t make her look frumpy.

Brian Atwood black pumps completed her look.

“Winter’s Bone” actress Jennifer Lawrence wore a simple Thakoon Resort 2011 strapless white dress with a shimmering clutch.

I feel like I’ve been in love with Diane Lane all my life, but only I seem to be aging.

The gorgeous actress attended the event her hubby wearing a Michael Kors Resort 2011 origami belted dress with black accessories.

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Marion Cotillard and co-star Leonardo DiCaprio were in London last night for the premiere of their new movie “Inception”.

I wondering how I was going to sugarcoat this, but I’m just going to be honest and say that I absolutely hate this look.

From head-to-toe this is a disaster in my eyes.

Those of you who know my taste won’t be surprised about my feelings towards this look.

Kate Winslet would’ve never taken to the red carpet alongside the dashing Leonardo looking this bad. If anything she raised her game.

This Thakoon Pre-Fall 2010 print dress doesn’t work for me on the red carpet for a major film premiere. It just doesn’t belong.

Yes complaints are made that she only wears Dior, but I would’ve preferred a Dior re-run to this.

It just feels like a really lazy effort.

I’m soy disappointed in Marion.

It’s like the “Nine” premieres all over again were expectation were high, but quickly shattered.

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When I heard that the Gap was dressing stars at the Costume Institute Gala I must admit I was a bit worried about the results.

Kerry Washington banished those fears by looking drop-dead gorgeous wearing a Thakoon for Gap red draped gown.

The dress has an interesting bodice and I just love the way it drapes.

Thank god she didn’t opt for black accessories.

Tasaki by Thakoon jewelry, Christian Louboutin mini Loubi clutch and Christian Louboutin Titi gold python heels complete this amazing look.

Kerry’s dress will be auctioned for charity on GAP.com tomorrow.

My favourite 10 may have to be stretched to top 20. So many good looks last night.

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Hilary Rhoda first wore this Thakoon Fall 2009 asymetrical mini dress back in May of 2009 to “The Model As Muse: Embodying Faashion” Costume Institiute Gala at the Metropolitan Musuem of Art in New York.

Hilary has chosen to wear this dress in a light gold colour, which I love.

I also love how she has hardened this look by wearing a heavy necklace and peep toe ankle boots.

The ever beautiful Iman then wore this dress in black in October 2009 to the “Keep A Child Alive” Black Ball in New York.

I think that this might rock the style boat a bit but I’m just not loving Iman in this dress.

Her hair and make up is flawless as usual but the tights and plain black pumps put me off.

I’m not sure how many of you will agree but, for me, Hilary wins this one hands down.

What do you think?

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