Sarah Hyland: The young actress wore a Collette Dinnigan dress. Her beautiful asymmetrical ‘Swan Lake’ one-shoulder dress is from the designer’s vintage collection. I love the beautiful embroidered detail which really sparkled on the red carpet. A chic updo, a silver bracelet and satin beige peep-toes to match her dress completed her look. She was one of my favourites on the night.
Hayden Panettiere: The actress wore a Keepsake ‘Lost Without You’ aqua-blue dress we have seen twice before on the red carpet. It’s still a pretty dress, so I don’t mind the threepeat; what I take objection to are those horrid nude patent peep-toes she wore with this ultra-feminine dress. A gold glitter clutch completed her look.
Christina Hendricks: I don’t like anything about her look. She has really lost her mojo. As we have said time and time again she needs to get the Mad Men stylists to dress her for events too.
Beth Behrs: The ‘Two Broke Girls’ star opted for a Paule Ka 2012 pale pink gown from the 2012 Black Carpet Collection. Her panel gown was styled with a matching clutch, a super-chic chignon and a hot-pink lip colour.
Julia Bowen: Once again I’m not enamoured by a Marchesa dress on the red carpet. The embroidered skirt is pretty, but the tulle and satin top half is way too busy for my liking.
Regina King: The actress was glowing on the red carpet wearing a colour which also works so well for her: red. The sexy lace one-shoulder Romona Keveza dress was styled with matching satin peep-toes, a David Yurman ring and a snakeskin clutch I don’t really care for.
Emily Deschanel: The actress always seems to wear aging, unflattering looks. This is no exception.
Stana Katic: The actress selected a sexy LBD by Black Halo. Her Brian Atwood copper heels and Kotur clutch keep me interested but I really dislike the hair.
Ariel Winter: The young star looked super cute wearing a Collette Dinnigan Resort 2012 dress. The lace tiered dress was styled with champagne-coloured sandals, a Marcy Miller bracelet and a side-swept bun.
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