Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Anne Heche looked stunning on the red carpet at HBO’s Annual Emmy Awards Party.

The last time we saw her on the red carpet we weren’t too impressed, but I’m sure you will agree she’s turned things around with her Jolibe dress.

Her ivory gazer drape cocktail dress was paired with an ivory Christian Louboutin clutch, Martin Katz jewels and silver Jimmy Choo ‘Mercury’ sandals.

The sculptural detail is magnificent. She really carries herself well in this dress.

Do you love this look or are you just grateful she didn’t go full on matchy matchy by adding ivory heels?

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Anna Paquin is becoming quite the brand ambassador for Alexander MQueen.

It’s a great fit as she has that mysterious aura surrounding her which helps her pull off the intricate pieces so well.

At HBO’s Annual Emmy Awards party, Anna arrived with her hubby wearing an Alexander McQueen LBD from the Pre-Fall 2010 collection.

The gorgeous cut of the dress gives Anna a strong and enviable silhouette.

Her pop of colour came via her Alexander McQueen Brittania Punk skull clutch.

The YSL Tribute pumps and House of Lavande bracelets she wore in to this party were also the same accessories she wore on the red carpet 2010 Emmy Awards.

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After the show, comes the after-parties.

Why oh why didn’t Chloe Sevigny wear January Jones Atelier Versace dress?

She would’ve given the dress the attitude and shoes it deserved.

Instead the actress attended HBO’s Annual Emmy Awards Party which was held at The Plaza in LA.

She looked divalious wearing a Lanvin leopard print dress from the Pre-Fall 2010 collection.

Her long sleeved leopard print cocktail dress was paired with an Ippolita gold necklace with a matching bracelet.

The great choice of accessories continued with a red Amanda Pearl roll clutch – which matched her lippie – and Christian Louboutin ‘Madame Butterfly’ booties.

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Red was the colour of the night at the 2010 Entertainment Weekly And Women In Film Pre-Emmy Party this weekend.

Jessica Lowndes was the 3rd star to sport the vibrant colour, but she was the only one to match her lipstick to her dress.

The Canadian actress wore a Luisa Beccaria Fall 2010 dress.

Her adorable red dress has a lot less volume in her tiered ruffled skirt, but it doesn’t take too much away from her look.

In fact I think it looks better as she may have ended up looking like a ripe tomato.

She continued to match her red dress with her red Kotur clutch, but stopped going full matchy matchy by adding champagne Jimmy Choo heels.

Scott Mikolay jewel and a gorgeous smile completes this beautiful look.

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“So You Think You Can Dance” host Cat Deeley was flying the flag for British fashion at two events in LA this weekend.

On Friday night she attended the “2010 Entertainment Weekly And Women In Film Pre-Emmy Party”.

The British TV presenter looked stunning wearing a classic Jenny Packham LBD with a twist.

I love her black ‘art-deco’ beaded sheath dress, the details are exquisite.

You’ll be happy to learn that her dress has a nude underlay.

Cat also wore Jenny Packham to “The Art of Elysium’s 2nd Annual Genesis Awards” on Saturday night.

This time she opted for something even more dazzling than her previous look, wearing a web-like crystal encrusted Jenny Packham Spring 2010 dress with an ice-blue satin underlay.

I like the dress, but I’m not so keen on the colour of the satin underlay nor Mongolian fur white coat.

Jimmy Choo ‘Lance’ sandals complete the look.

I prefer the black Jenny Packham dress.

Which do you prefer?

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