Victoria Beckham In Victoria Beckham – CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Event

Victoria Beckham was one of the many fashionable guests who attended the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Event held at the Chateau Marmont in LA, California, yesterday evening.

The designer represented her brand very well wearing a look from her recent Spring 2013 collection.

Her spring white look appears to be perfect for the sunny California climes, but I wish she hadn’t worn the sunglasses an this event as we always see her in sunglasses.

The look features a white shirt with lace sleeves styled with a matching white A-line skirt.

Nude Manolo Blahnik for Victoria Beckham open-toe booties and a two-tone white nude clutch perfectly accessorized her look.

It’s so refreshing to see her wearing a colour other than black, don’t you agree?

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15.11.11

CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards Red Carpet Round Up

Coco Rocha: The model wore a Suno Fall 2011 dress. For someone who wore a gown to the H&M for Versace fashion show, this look is very casual for a Vogue-hosted fashion awards ceremony. The dress is alright, but the styling is hideous.

LaLa Anthony: The TV personality wore a Zac Posen Pre-Fall 2011 aqua dress. Her striking dress has a laser-cut detail on the hemline and a plunging neckline. I love her accessories, especially her multi-coloured clutch.

Tory Burch: Despite having a selection of gorgeous looks to pick from her own collections, Tory wore a Christopher Kane Kirsi wool-crepe dress from the Fall 2011 collection. The dress, with a scalloped green and blue gel-filled PVC collar, pocket trims and ruched sheer tulle yoke, was teamed with simple black ankle strap pumps and a matching clutch.

Jessica Stam: The supermodel added a gorgeous statement necklace to add a punch to her sexy Boy. by Band of Outsider Resort 2012 suit. Her tuxedo jacket with leather lapels was paired with black tapered pants and black patent ankle-strap Louboutins.

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Chloe Moretz In Suno – 2011 CFDA Vogue/Fashion Fund Awards

Chloe Moretz also attended the 2011 CFDA Vogue/Fashion Fund Awards at the Skylight SoHo in New York City last night.

The teen actress wore a Suno Spring 2012 dress.

Her ‘Bird Lady’ wrap dress feels a tad too big for her both in length and size, but that’s maybe because I’m so used to seeing her wearing skimpy clothes.

This is a grown ups dress. I had pictured it on Nina Garcia, Liv Tyler or Queen of the wrap dress Diane von Furstenberg.

Once again I’m not really that impressed. I continue to wonder what the fuss is all about when it comes to Chloe and why she appears on nearly every red carpet in LA, London and New York on a weekly basis.

Don’t teen actresses have homework?

A simple bun, hot-pink lips and grey caged sandals provided the finishing touches to her look.

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Zoe Kravitz In Alexander Wang – 2011 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards

Zoe Kravitz was in typical rock chick/downtown New Yorker mode whilst attending the 2011 CFDA Vogue/Fashion Fund Awards at the Skylight SoHo in New York City last night.

The actress, who’s BFFs with designer Alexander Wang, is the first to wear a look from the designer’s Spring 2012 collection on the red carpet.

Her lush mahogany leather mini dress with a perforated pattern was complement with a matching lip colour.

I’m not a fan of pointy pumps for this very reason: they can often make your feet look much bigger than they really are, which is very much the case for the petite actress.

The shoes, as well as the lack of Frizz-Ease serum, pull down this look for me.

Zoe accessorized with a gold cuff, gold rings and a black wristlet.

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Amanda Seyfried In Prabal Gurung – 2011 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards

Amanda Seyfried attended the 2011 CFDA Vogue/Fashion Fund Awards which were held at the Skylight SoHo in New York City last night.

The actress shows that she has a serious addiction to Prabal Gurung’s pieces as she dons her second look from his Spring 2012 collection.

Not a bad addiction to have.

On this occasion she wore a white drop-waist tulle dress with a plunging back, embroidered matte sequins, crystals, silks bows and ostrich feathers.

Whilst the Nicholas Kirkwood heels work on the runway, I find them a tad too fussy on the red carpet. A simple pair of Aniston-esqe strappy sandals would’ve sufficed, considering the dress has so many beautiful details to take in.

A ponytail or bun would’ve perfected this look to show off that contrasting neckline.

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