“Viola Di Mare” Premiere
Maria Grazia Cucinotta was by far my favourite on the red carpet this weekend.
The stunning actress looked divine wearing an Armani Privé spiral gown which was embroidered with Swarovski crystals.
This gown is very similar to the Privé gown Sharon Stone wore recently.
Isabella Ragonese wore a beautiful dress with an unmistakable Missoni floral print from the Fall 2008 collection.
The grey and blue print dress had ruffled shoulders and an embellished detail cascading down one side.
We don’t often get so see Roberta Armani on the red carpet, but she doesn’t disappoint wearing a Giorgio Armani Fall 2009 two-tone black on gold bustier dress.
Her brunette locks were swept to one-side, as she paired her dress with Armani accessories.
“Viola Di Mare” Photocall
I loved Isabella Ragonese’s Missoni dress, but I wasn’t crazy about her Isabel Marant Fall 2009 look.
I much prefer the runway colour combination.
“Up In The Air” Premiere
I wasn’t a fan of Elisabetta Canalis last red carpet look, but she does a complete 180 by looking spectacular wearing an Armani Privé Fall 2009 midnight blue strapless velvet gown, with a lighter blue satin bodice.
She opted to wear her sash around her neck rather than tying it into a cute bow as the look was presented on the runway.
George Clooney was decked out in Giorgio Armani tuxedo.
“The Imaginarium Of Doctor Parnassus”
Lily Cole opted for a very familiar Dolce & Gabbana black corset gown, which looks amazing on her.
Despite seeing this gown many times in various colours, I’m not bored seeing it on Lily.
Rose McGowan toned down the sex kitten for a demure look despite the bright fuchsia colour of her Dolce & Gabbana gown.
Normally her looks are shorter, tighter and more revealing.
“The Last Station” Premiere
Helen Mirren was perfection personified – as always – wowing the crowds wearing a sleeveless gown with a large bow and diamond brooch detail.
She was easily my second favourite from this weekends looks.
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