Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Ellen Page stars in “Inception” alongside Leonardo DiCaprio and Marion Cotillard.

I like to refer to Ellen as the original Kristen Stewart, as she loves to wear black and always looks like she’d rather be anywhere else but the red carpet.

At the LA premiere last night she didn’t wear black and she also looked very happy be on there.

The young actress wore a Yigal Azrouël Resort 2011 dress and opted for no accessories.

Her green ruched keyhole sleevless dress was perfect for Ellen as it’s not too girlie.

Its modern, stylish and not too fussy for her to feel uncomfortable wearing it.

Much like KStew, Ellen also has a love for wearing black heels on the red carpet, as she paired her dress with black open-toe ankle boots.

Ellen’s hair was styled into a loose bun with a few pieces framing her face.

I wish she had hoisted the dress up a bit so it sat in the same way it does on the model, other than that and heels this was a great look.

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“The City” star Whitney Port and “The Hills” reality TV stars Stephanie Pratt, Audrina Patridge and Lauren Bosworth all looked fabulous on the red carpet at the MTV Movie Awards in LA last night.

I really loved Whitney’s Yigal Azrouël Spring 2010 sleeveless dress.

The contrast of the stone netting with the yellow appliqués makes this dress really interesting.

Sergio Rossi fishnet crystal embellished booties complete the look.

Stephanie’s Leila Shams Spring 2010 asymmetrical dress had a 80s feel to it with the neon colours which I really loved.

Shame she let the look down with inspiring pumps.

Audrina loves to complete her looks with stand out heels.

On this occasion she opted to wear Giuseppe Zanotti multi strap studded and embellishment sandals with her silver sequin CD Green tunic dress and black Judith Leiber clutch.

Lo looks gorgeous in her orange Diane von Furstenberg gown.

This has to be one of her best ever red carpet looks, but it’s so not right for this event.

Don’t these girls share a house?

Couldn’t one of them said to her, “Where do you think you are going, to the Oscars?”

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Jennifer Nettles looked stunning as usual wearing a Yigal Azrouël Resort 2010 red one-sleeved silk shantung dress, which I think would’ve looked even better if it was sleeveless.

A contrasting belt and clutch, plus fuschia pink Christian Louboutin Very Galaxy peep-toes complete the look.

Keri Hilson continues her slide.

This houndstooth and striped Stella McCartney knit dress with lace panels shouldn’t have been considered as a red carpet dress.

She used to be so fierce on the red carpet.

Maybe she should do what Rihanna did and come to London and discover some new designers, because she’s clearly run out of ideas.

Fergie looks gorgeous in this one shoulder dress covered in ombre sequins by The Blonds, which has the same spike details as the dress Rihanna wore recently.

I love the dress, but those spikes are just plain scary.

When I go out I have enough to worry about when it comes to scuffing my shoes, I don’t want to have to worry about poking my eyes out as well.

Katy Perry wore an embroidered Ema Savahl dress with a sassy hemline.

By keeping her accessories to a minimum she didn’t overload her look.

Lilac Casadei heels completed the look.

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Many months ago, Marvel told me to keep an eye on Ashley Greene and I’ve been an admirer ever since.

Ashley reminds me at lot of Sophia Bush, who always makes a positive impact on the red carpet.

Her red carpet looks for her new movie “Twilight Saga: New Moon” have been amazing, but her looks for smaller events and TV shows have been just as impressive.

She is making all the right style choices.  Nothing is predictable, too safe, nor boring, nor attention grabbing tacky.

I absolutely adore her teal and black Yigal Azrouël Fall 2009 sleeveless dress, which she wore on Fox’s “Good Day New York” this week.

The pointy sleeves are interesting, the colour is intriguing and the length is perfect. There is nothing I don’t love about this look.

Ashley Greene is the December 2009 cover girl for lads mag Maxim.

She could have done what most Maxim cover girls do and wear a bandage dress, but the stylish actress selected a black ruched Nicole Miller Spring 2010 dress accented with bold print shoulders.

The runway heels and bare legs would have perfected this look for me, but instead Ashley wore tights and carried a lime green satin geometric Bally clutch.

She’s definitely one to continue to watch.

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Yigal Azrouel’s Spring 2010 streetwise collection was all about bold shapes.

Asymmetric straps and geometric cut-outs ruled this presentation.

The colour palette consisted of greys, nudes, black, white and lime.

The streetwise tougher element came from the summer weighted leather jackets which had zips going in many directions.

We have seen a lot of minis this fashion week, and at this show they featured sheer inserts that gave the illusion of being sleeveless, others were constructed from slashes of fabric patched together and of course others were cut-out on the shoulders an the waist.

This was the first presentation I’ve attended with menswears included. The pieces had a surfer cool dude feel to them. Rolled up pants, shorts and stripy tops.

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