What a magnificent way to start the week, with an amazing burst of colour.
Michelle Obama wore a Michael Kors magenta wool crepe gown, with an exquisite necklace, which had a magenta matching floral piece.
This is the second time within a week, Mrs. Obama has worn Michael Kors. The black gown she wore to the TIME 100 Gala last Tuesday in New York, was also by the American designer.
Kerry Washington arrived wearing a navy blue pleated J.Mendel Fall 2009 strapless gown, with stunning gold accessories.
The gown had a tiered peplum at the waist, and a mermaid hem.
I don’t think this is the most flattering dress for Kerry – especially from the long shot – but she still makes it work.
This taupe one-shouldered Versace Pre-Fall 2009 gown is simply gorgeous, as it skims the well toned body of Demi Moore.
Her look was complete with a matching Roger Vivier clutch, with sparkles with the embellished details on her gown.
Katie Holmes opted an ivory ensemble, including a blazer, satin top, and full-length skirt, from her co-designed Holmes-Yang collection.
Her event appropriate look was accented with gold Boucheron accessories.
Eva Longoria wore a frothy gown, with tiny spaghetti straps in this seasons hottest colour -nude.
The Ports 1961 gown is outstanding, but it feels like it’s completely swamping Eva’s tiny frame.
Mariska Hargitay wore an off-the-shoulder Carolina Herrera Spring 2009 black, white and grey lace chiffon gown, covered in floral appliqués.
Her sweeping updo, gave this gown the final touch of elegance, to complete this perfect look.
Alicia Keys wore a black and white Narciso Rodriguez Spring 2009 cocktail dress, with the signature black criss cross detail on the bodice.
Alicia lets the dress speak for itself, by only adding a black clutch to complete her look.
Amber Tamblyn would have been the center of attraction, wearing a vivid red Carolina Herrera Spring 2009 gown.
I love the way the ruffles cascade down the gown, plus the ruby drop earrings, but she lets herself down with her hair.
Natalie Portman wore a very interesting black Balenciaga Fall 2004 halter-neck gown.
The halter part is attached to the rest of the dress with 2 very thin straps.
Keisha Whitaker arrived with her husband Forest Whitaker, also wearing a vivid red gown, from the Badgley Mischka Pre-Fall 2009 collection.
Rashida Jones wore a LBD with flutter sleeves, and a ruffled detail going across the skirt.
She completes her look with a silver jewels, and Manolo Blahnik Pepe sandals.
Say what you want about Donatella Versace, for me she’s always impeccable.
This outstanding paillette covered nude self designed halter gown, is case in point. Already a contender for Best Dressed Of The Week.
Elizabeth Banks opted for a very subtle, understated look, wearing a teal one-shouldered Alberta Ferretti gown, accented with a silver bejeweled belt, which matched her leaf earrings and box clutch.
Tyra Banks’ look was too office chic for me. In a room full of luscious gowns, I expected much more from her.
I will say that her hair is a huge improvement from the Met Gala last week.
Glenn Close was so graceful wearing a white Giorgio Armani Spring 2005 gown, covered with black Asian text.
Wanda Sykes was one of the guest speakers of the night. She arrived in a navy blue silk suit, and her trademark hairstyle.
She had the guests rolling on the floor with laughter with her risky jokes. You can watch the video’s here.