Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Kristin Davis continues her 100% record of fabulousity at the “Sex And The City 2″ London Premiere tonight.

Someone asked if she’s becoming the brand ambassador for the vintage boutique Decades, well it looks like she is because she wore a vintage Norman Norell from Decades.

Her Norman Norell 60s gold paillette mermaid halter gown with crystal waist band is breath-taking.

She makes these vintage pieces look so modern and she picks the right pieces to flatter her stunning womanly figure.

I’m equally impressed by her, as I am by SJP.

At this point I don’t care if the movie sucks – which I’m confident it won’t – these women are leaving me breathless.

She paired her look with a Judith Leiber clutch.

Credit: Decades & Getty

I kid you not I almost fainted when I saw Sarah Jessica Parker on the red carpet for the “Sex And The City 2″ London Premiere tonight.

I absolutely adore her wearing this Alexander McQueen Spring 2008 black tulle and lace bustier gown.

It was the perfect tribute to her designer friend. She did him proud.

I’m particularly moved by the black armband with diamante details which signifies she’s mourning her friend as a mark of respect.

Many of you said you hoped she wouldn’t wear a ridiculous hat. She didn’t. She wore a fabulous Philip Treacy hat.

I love this look from head-to-toe.

This one of SJP’s finest moments. Much better than her New York look.

I have goosebumps.

Alexander McQueen black lace platform pumps complete the look.

Credit: Style.com & Getty

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Sarah Jessica Parker was the only other Sex And The City star to change out of her red carpet dress.

She opted for a black lace Elie Saab Fall 2010 dress.

Her long sleeved dress with structured lace panels on the bodice has been modified slightly from the runway.

The skirt is longer, fuller and doesn’t have the haunting forest print.

I love both versions, but I wish SJP’s was a tad shorter. We all know she could pull off the runway length.

It seems she ♥ Nicholas Kirkwood sandals.

Her Fall 2010 ‘Kasia’ black and tuurquoise airbrushed platform sandals are much preferred to pumps, plus they add a touch of colour to her all black look.

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Kristin Davis changed out of her stunning pink vintage Jean Desses gown, into an equally stunning vintage Pierre Balmain Couture dress which was also from Decades.

The 60s Haute Couture sequined tortoise shell paillete was the perfect pick to party in.

I love the silhouette as we are used to seeing her in 50s A-line dresses.

Fred Leighton drop earrings, a Judith Leiber clutch, and custom Rene Caovilla strappy platforms completed this look.

She was easily the best dressed of the night in both her looks.

Credit: Style.com & Rex

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