Red Carpet Round Up

Red Carpet Round Up

The last few days have been a whirlwind of glamorous events –

not for me I hasten to add but for the attendees of the MTV Movie Awards, the CFDA Awards and the Glamour Women Of The Year party.













Published - 10 June 2011

Red Carpet Round Up

The last few days have been a whirlwind of glamorous events –

 

not for me I hasten to add but for the attendees of the MTV Movie Awards, the CFDA Awards and the Glamour Women Of The Year party. With Small Child not going back to school until Wednesday this week, I haven’t had time to get a proper look at who wore what and who wore it well until now.

 

 

 

So here’s a lightening round up of high and low lights from all three events…

 

Rosie Huntington Whitley in Dolce & Gabanna, Kristen Stewart in Balmain, Leighton Meester in Balmain

 

I’m not exactly sure why but I’m never that bothered about seeing the looks for any MTV awards because it all tends to be ultra short, ultra wacky or ultra tacky. Call me old fashioned but I guess I’m more of a gown girl.

 

Reece Witherspoon in Zac Posen, Emma Stone in Bottega Veneta, Emma Watson in Marchesa

 

I didn’t go searching for many images but those looks that I found easy on the eye I’ve included here. Favourites were Rosie Huntington Whitely, Leighton Meester and Emma Watson. There were some pretty horrendous get ups but I decided to adopt the “If you can’t say anything nice then don’t say anything at all” principal. Besides, I didn’t recognise half of the offenders anyway!

Onto the CFDA Award ceremony that provided a far better opportunity for outfit gazing. For a full list of winners, click here to Vogue.com. I was really pleased to see our own Hilary Alexander from The Telegraph scoop The Media Award, Lady Gaga receive Fashion Icon and Marc Jacobs presented with The Lifetime Achievement Award. And so onto the fashion…

 

Miranda Kerr in Michael Kors, Kirsten Dunst in Patrick Ervel, Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen in The Row and Chanel, Ashley Greene with and wearing Michael Kors 

 

 

Chloe Sevigny in Chloe Sevigny for Opening Ceremony, Naomi Watts in Calvin Klein, Lady Gaga in Mugler, Alessandra Ambrosio in Prabal Gurung

 

 

Chanel Iman in BCBG Max Azria, Leelee Sobieski in Adam Kimmel, Liz Tyler in Proenza Schouler, Diane von Furstenberg in DVF 

 

Great to see some love for Michael Kors on the red carpet and of course the man himself with Ashley Green. Kirsten Dunst looked amazing in an adrognyous tux although in every picture I found of her, a smile was notably absent. Maybe she was taking tips from Chloe Sevigny who was perfecting her Paddington Bear stare too? Gaga never fails to disappoint and looked resplendent in her own unique way in a custom made Mugler dress with kerr-azy heels. But I would expect nothing less. I read a quote somewhere that said the real shocker wold have been for her to turn up dressed in grey flannel.

Other note worthy mentions for me were actress Leelee Sobieski who wore a stunning white suit designed by her husband Adam Kimmel – it freaks me out who much she looks like a young Helen Hunt. I also thought Liv Tyler looked beautiful, smiley and totally at ease in her bright printed dress from the Proenza Schouler Fall 2011 collection.

 

 

 

 

For the full low down on the Glamour Women of the Year Awards, I’ll leave you in the capable hands of Glamour Magazine.co.uk. Jessie J played up to the hosts by opting for an ultra glamorous look, Rosie Huntington Whitely shimmered in champagne silk as only she can do, Kim Kardashian appeared to be having a bit of hoisting moment on arrival and Kristen Stewart looked washed out in her chosen dress I thought.

Louise Redknapp played it safe but stylish in black and Tess Daly wore my favourite Halston Heritage Goddess dress – she’s clearly been shopping at My-Wardrobe.com!

 

Did you have a favourite or a faux pax from this whirlwind of red carpet events?

 

Image Source: Zimbio, PRLog 

 

 

 


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