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CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards Red Carpet Round Up

Coco Rocha: The model wore a Suno Fall 2011 dress. For someone who wore a gown to the H&M for Versace fashion show, this look is very casual for a Vogue-hosted fashion awards ceremony. The dress is alright, but the styling is hideous.

LaLa Anthony: The TV personality wore a Zac Posen Pre-Fall 2011 aqua dress. Her striking dress has a laser-cut detail on the hemline and a plunging neckline. I love her accessories, especially her multi-coloured clutch.

Tory Burch: Despite having a selection of gorgeous looks to pick from her own collections, Tory wore a Christopher Kane Kirsi wool-crepe dress from the Fall 2011 collection. The dress, with a scalloped green and blue gel-filled PVC collar, pocket trims and ruched sheer tulle yoke, was teamed with simple black ankle strap pumps and a matching clutch.

Jessica Stam: The supermodel added a gorgeous statement necklace to add a punch to her sexy Boy. by Band of Outsider Resort 2012 suit. Her tuxedo jacket with leather lapels was paired with black tapered pants and black patent ankle-strap Louboutins.

Anna Wintour: Surprised us for a second time in a row by not wearing her favourite nude Manolo Blahnik kitten heels. But they wouldn’t have quite worked with her Marni Spring 2012 drop-waist dress. Her favourite beaded antique Georgian collet necklace is very much in check.

Jennifer Carpenter: The Dexter actress wore a strapless purple Doo.Ri Spring 2012 dress with an asymmetrical hemline. Whilst I love the statement necklace and the strappy sandals, I’m not keen on the 80s side ponytail.

Dree Hemingway: The model wore a long black Carven Spring 2012 dress which she paired with Carven black loafers.

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