Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Last week we saw how much Sarah Jessica Parker loves her Current/Elliott jeans; this week it’s all about her Theyskens’ Theory ‘Jotor’ leather biker jacket.

We first got a look at this jacket when SJP attended the amfAR New York Gala to kick off Fall 2012 Fashion Week, where she set her own rules by teaming it with a pink Oscar de la Renta gown.

Since then SJP has worn this jacket whilst taking her kids to school wearing jeans, slouchy tees and sneakers or boots.

I much prefer her working this urban-cool jacket in this way.

You can buy SJP’s heyskens’ Theory jacket from farfetch.com and Matches Fashion.

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Kristen Wiig attended the ‘Revenge For Jolly!’ premiere during the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival on Saturday in New York City.

The actress wore a Theyskens’ Theory Fall 2012 dress.

Her printed dress was teamed with a pair of Nicholas Kirkwood tropical-print pumps to provide an interesting contrast.

The beautiful mesh of colours didn’t end there as she added a rectangle orange clutch to the look.

A black cuff, wavy curls and a pink lip colour provided the finishing touches.

You can buy Kristen’s Nicholas Kirkwood heels from Saks.com.

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley attended a private viewing of the Damien Hirst exhibition at the Tate Modern in London on Tuesday.

The Victoria’s Secret model looked picture perfect wearing a Theyskens’ Theory Spring 2012 look.

Her Theyskens’ Theory ‘Jezir Friend’ metallic tweed jacket was teamed with some model staples, which included a simple black scoop-neck tee and black leather pants.

A black suede shoulder bag and black Alexander Wang sandals completed the look.

This is a perfect example of how one statement piece, in this case the jacket, can elevate a whole look.

You can buy Rosie’s Theyskens’ Theory ‘Jezir Friend’ metallic tweed blazer from Net-A-Porter International.

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Michelle Obama was your best dressed this week wearing a custom electric blue Vera Wang gown.

Her look was typically breath-taking and awe-inspiring with earrings to-die-for.

My vote went to Sarah Jessica Parker in Theyskens’ Theory.

This could’ve gone wrong in so many different ways, but the petite actress was able to pull off this tricky gown without any problems.

Like FLOTUS, she was flawless from head-to-toe.

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Sarah Jessica Parker was one of the many stars to tread the red carpet at the 34th Kennedy Center Honors event in Washington, D.C. last night.

The actress has never been afraid to make daring choices on the red carpet, a case in point being this Theyskens’ Theory Fall 2011 gown.

For one so petite, this gown with a voluminous skirt should totally overwhelm SJP and swallow her whole, but I think she pulls off this look with great aplomb when so many others would’ve been totally lost.

The gown would’ve had to have been modified to fit her perfectly, yet it hasn’t lost its shape or its volume. Kudos to the tailor.

Looking at the model’s overly creased gown I have to ask, did SJP walk to this event?

A very sleek updo adds yet more volume and height to her look. Dazzling earrings provide the finishing touches.

Love, loathe or undecided?

Me? LOVE, Love, love.

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