Amy Adams In Gucci – LACMA’s Art and Film Gala

Amy Adams was easily one of my favourites on the red carpet at LACMA’s Art and Film Gala which took place on Saturday night in LA.

She looked stunning wearing a one-of-a-kind Gucci gown.

The pale pink halter gown adorned with gold and silver sequin details was the perfect way to make her return to the red carpet.

The warm pink shade works perfectly with her pale complexion and red hair which loosely tumbles down her back.

No accessories were needed with this breathtaking look.

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Reese Witherspoon In Cushnie et Ochs – LACMA’s Art and Film Gala

Reese Witherspoon opted for a head-to-toe black ensemble at LACMA’s Art and Film Gala on Saturday night.

The actress always embodies sophistication and elegance – and this was no exception.

Reese opted for a black one-shoulder Cushnie et Ochs Resort 2012 dress.

What stops this frock from being a snooze was the sexy keyhole detail.

She accessorized the look with Van Cleef & Arpels jewels, black satin Jimmy Choo ‘Greta’ heels and a matching Louboutin clutch.

Two diamond bracelets and matching stud earrings added just the right amount of sparkle to the look.

Reese balanced off the subtle sexiness of the dress with a cute ballerina bun and soft, natural makeup.

Her overall look wasn’t wow-worthy, but then again it’s been a very long time since Reese wowed us on the red carpet.

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Evan Rachel Wood In Gucci – LACMA’s Art and Film Gala

There’s no doubt about it; LACMA’s Art and Film Gala was filled with a bevy of beauties including Evan Rachel Wood.

The actress channelled her inner 20s flapper girl wearing a gold and black Gucci Spring 2012 dress.

She teamed the fringe frock with matching t-strap heels and black drop earrings.

After chopping off her locks, the actress has been sporting vintage-inspired hairstyles. This time around, she went for a finger-wave ‘do.

She completed her ensemble with kohl-rimmed eyeliner and a cherry rose-toned pout.

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Emily Blunt In Jenny Packham – LACMA’s Art and Film Gala

Emily Blunt walked down the red carpet of LACMA’s Art and Film Gala alongside her hubby, John Krasinski, on Saturday night.

She looked beautiful wearing a Jenny Packham Fall 2011 gown.

The black beaded cowl high-neck gown had a sheer skirt.

I perfer the deeper v-neckline of the gown on the runway. I wish Emily had styled hers like this.

Emily’s newly darkened mane worked well with the hue of the gown.

A black clutch and cocktail rings accessorized her gorgeous outfit.

Simple, neutral makeup perfected her look.

Had she opted for a smoky eye, it would have definitely been too much.

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Olivia Wilde In Gucci – LACMA’s Art and Film Gala

Olivia Wilde also attended LACMA’s Art And Film Gala in L.A. on Saturday night.

The actress sported a red-hot Gucci gown from the Resort 2012 collection.

Her long-sleeve gown had a plunging neckline and floral detail on the waist.

She teamed the dress with silver sun-ray-inspired earrings and a black Rene Caovilla clutch.

Smoky eye shadow, a nude lip and an ombre ponytail completed her look-at-me ensemble.

It’s great to see Olivia command our attention on the red carpet again.

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Zoe Saldana In Gucci – LACMA’s Art and Film Gala

Zoe Saldana joined Camilla Belle in wearing a Gucci Spring 2012 look on the red carpet at the 2011 LACMA Art + Film Gala in LA on Saturday night.

The gorgeous actress donned a black and gold Gucci Spring 2012 dress with a gold chain detail draping down the open back.

Black and gold Gucci double chain ankle strap sandals from the same Spring 2012 collection were teamed with her look.

She finished her look with dramatic eye makeup, a shaggy updo and gold floral drop earrings.

This isn’t one of my favourite looks from Zoe. There were far better looks from this collection that would’ve worked for her.

I’m also not a fan of her makeup.

The whole thing feels very last minute and there’s no sparkle from Zoe which has been lacking from her last few looks.

Red carpet fatigue perhaps?

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