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the show - and which accessories made the cut!
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Top 5 Best Red Carpet Moments of 2009
This year Red Carpet Fashion was red hot. Fabulous put together our 2009 Best Red Carpet moments and at number five is January Jones in its Atelier Versace at the Emmy’s. This was dramatic. Versace gown with a gloss bodice, not something you will be able to dance in, amazing embroidery that then has a popping hand that kicks out and she’s got flowing white satins gold which have a pebble chain. She gets her accessories in minimal Neil Lane jewels.
At number four, Evan Rachel Wood in Elie Saab at the Golden Globe and I love how she lets that inner gulf shine through and mix that with a bit of glamour. As you can see with this lacey of dress beautiful embroidery and sequins and beads. It is stunning, plunging neckline. She still looks sexy. Accessories are simple black clutch and beautiful leaf- shaped drop earrings really attract the eye. The only aspect I would have gone without are the giant black roses. However, she looks so hot. She’s not batting from her place at number four.
At number three, Diane Kruger and Mui Mui at the premier of Inglourious Bastards. Everything that she wears she picks up herself and boy though she does it well, such a great dress. Silver sequins, it catches the light and makes it looked almost two tone and then she has belted it with a nice a skinny belt just to give that cute waist silhouette. She should always been in a short dress because those legs needs be on the show. And then she keeps the whole outfit really modern with a great ankle strap stiletto. No wonder Diane Kruger is Fab’s favorite fashion icon.
Floating in on her golden slight gown at number two, it’s Olivia Wilde in Reem Acra at the Golden Globe’s, a billowing, voluminous skirt that just looks stunning, lavender, bold choice. You don’t see that on the red carpet much. So, the sweetheart neckline no need for a necklace. The only adornment is a pair of beautiful Van Cleef & Arpel diamond earring and then a bejeweled skinny belt to really highlight her tiny waist. Kind of lucky, she is married to a prince in real life because in this Reem Acra dress Olivia Wilde really does look like a princess.
And our crowned queen of the Red Carpet in at number one, it’s Eva Mendes in Christian Dior at the Golden Globes. She took a risk with a huge bustle on the front of her dress which all over the press gave criticism for. I personally love it and the Piazza resistance, a huge turquoise diamond necklace from Van Cleef & Arpels. That really pops the outfit. She quite rightly catches the other accessories simple. No surprise then that she was styled by the queen of them all, Rachel Zoe. Eva Mendes is totally deserved her spot at number one of FAB’s Top 5 Red Carpet Moments of 2009. We can’t wait to see she is going to the Red Carpet next year. And until then, thanks for watching FABtv and stay FAB.