2010 Environmental Media Awards & Spike TV’s 2010 Scream Awards – Rosario Dawson In Prada & Victoria Beckham Collection

Rosario Dawson sported two very different looks on the red carpet on Saturday night.

Her first stop was at the 2010 Environmental Media Awards.

She wore a very pretty paisley print Prada dress with a plunging neckline and a black bow accent.

Her second look was sexier as she showed off her curves wearing a figure-hugging Victoria Beckham Fall 2010 nude dress.

This look was paired with matching Brian Atwood heels.

I prefer the Prada look, as we’ve seen that VB dress many times before on the red carpet.

Which do you prefer?

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Spike TV’s 2010 Scream Awards – Halle Berry In Reem Acra

Halle Berry didn’t walk the red carpet at the Spike TV 2010 Scream Awards, as her duty for the night was to present director Christopher Nolan with the ‘Ultimate Scream Award’.

Yes I’ve moaned at the fact the she always appears to be wearing the different variations of the same fitted mini dress which show-off the girls, but she looked amazing as she took the stage at The Greek Theatre in LA.

I can’t moan about this breath-taking gold sequined Reem Acra dress which matched her gold Christian Louboutin peep-toe pumps.

Her famous crop and Lorraine Schwartz jewels completed this outstanding look.

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Spike TV’s 2010 Scream Awards – Kristen Stewart In GUiSHEM by Guillermo M. Jop

I love this picture of Kristen Stewart as she walks to collect an award on stage at the Spike TV 2010 Scream Awards.

She looks like she’s part of the Pantene Pro-V Swisssh campaign with Cat Deeley.

I really liked her white GUiSHEM asymmetrical dress with black and grey panels from the designers Spring 2011 collection.

It showed off her fab figure and perfect pins to perfection. I love it when she wears these kinds of dresses.

She was smiling and full of energy which is half the appeal in a gorgeous dress.

Check out the back of her dress was she paired with her trademark black pumps.

On this occasion she left her Sergio Rossi’s at home in favour of Giuseppe Zanotti heels which have a contrasting gold coloured platform.

You can see more of GUiSHEM by Guillermo M. Jop Spring 2011 collection, on their Facebook page.

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Spike TV’s 2010 Scream Awards – Anna Paquin In Alexander McQueen

‘True Blood’ actress Anna Paquin continues to shine as the unofficial brand ambassador for Alexander McQueen.

She wore a jacquard knit Alexander McQueen Pre-Fall 2010 dress with a Celtic design and fluted skirt to Spike TV’s 2010 Scream Awards in LA this weekend.

She wore her hair in a messy bun with pieces framing her face whilst accessorizing with Brian Atwood ‘Maniac’ black patent pumps, bangles on both wrists and a McQueen clutch.

Anna has also worn McQueen to the Emmy’s parties, the Emmy Awards and the SAG Awards this year.

Maybe she’s auditioning for the big job – the Fall 2010 collection.

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Spike TV’s 2010 Scream Awards – Blake Lively In Lanvin

Blake Lively looked gorgeous as ever on the red carpet at the Spike TV 2010 Scream Awards in LA this weekend.

I’ll start off by saying how impressed I am that Blake – who doesn’t have a stylist – is able to pull Look 1 straight off the runway from Lanvin’s Spring 2011 presentation.

She’s often been quoted as saying that she picks looks from Style.com, and she really did her homework because she sported the same slick back hair style, the same studded leather heels, she even tried to create the same volume in the skirt by holding it all the way down the red carpet.

It was that or she wanted to show off those enviable long legs.

She only let the pleated skirt go to posed with her sisters on the red carpet.

The only difference between her and the runway is that her body suit is a different colour.

The caramel leather harness accented with a crystal and pearl insect brooch and grey pleated skirt remain the same.

Blake’s in with Anna, Karl and it looks like she’s in with Alber as well.

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