Queens of 2008 Screen Actors Guild awards

The strapless ladies

Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie (on the red carpet with Brad Pitt) wore a vintage Hermes tie-dye brown dress, offsetting her shiny dark locks and creamy complexion beautifully - but it did nothing to dispel the pregnancy rumours.

Amanda Bynes

Amanda Bynes in her vivid blue Marchesa gown. The exquisite detail around the bust made the dress one of the standouts on the red carpet.

Cate Blanchett

A very pregnant Cate Blanchett wore a Cairone by Balenciaga floral dress, but no matter what she wears her pregnant glow made her aura only a mum-to-be can have.

The Ugly Betty ladies

The actresses of Ugly Betty play magazine girls, so it is a no brainer that the fabulous clothes they were on set would run off on to the red carpet.

Vanessa Williams

Vanessa Williams chose a canary yellow Escada strapless dress, accented with black with a slit she was all too happy to show off.

Beckie Newton

Beckie Newton wore a Elsie Katz tiered white dress for the red carpet walk, with the colour and cut showing off her fabulous body.
America Ferrera

America Ferrera
chose a dress from her perennial red carpet designer, Monique Lhuillier. The grey lace gown was a bold chose for the red carpet. A little understated perhaps, but it’s fitted and flowed in all the right places.

The ladies with the train

Fishtail gowns have been all the rage on red carpets lately, they give a great hourglass shape to the wearing, nipping in at the waist and again around the knees before flowing out behind the wearer.

Teri Hatcher

Teri Hatcher chose a silver floral gown by Badgley Mischka, which was complete with sequinned detail around the bust.

Eva Longoria

Desperate Housewives co-star Eva Longoria wore a form fitting Naeem Kham gown with a plunging cowl back – she knows how to show off her best side, and did it well here.

Ellen Pompeo

Ellen Pompeo played its classy and sophisticated in this sculpted Nina Ricci gown, which shimmered around the translucent skin.

The some of other ladies

Nikki Blonsky
Nikki Blonsky chose a bold blue satin dress, which showed off her best feature – that smile.

Christina Applegate

Christina Applegate sparkled in her Elie Saab tiered gown, clutching this season’s must have accessory (according to Who What Wear) – a giant clutch.

Debra Messing

Debra Messing, who never seems to do no wrong and still takes the occasional risk, shimmers in a gold Oscar de la Renta gown.

Celebrities in Prada Handbags

Prada was founded by Mario Prada and his brother in 1913 when they opened a luxurious boutique in Milan. The shop included imported silver, Austrian crystal, and of coarse, exquisite leather handbags, purses, and luggage. The tradition of high-quality distinctive goods is continued today by an aura that evokes a continual image of high-end style. Much of the success surrounding the Prada label can be attributed to celebrities and their incessant need to have the best designs in the world. The public is interested in celebrity fashion. If celebrities are wearing a certain label, we’re not only interested in what they’re wearing but we want to start wearing it too. So which celebrities are the biggest supporters of the label? Runway goddess Nicole Kidman is an avid fan of the label as well as "The Sopranos" star Jamie-Lynn Sigler. These stylish women know high fashion when they see it – and they definitely see it in the Prada label.

Prada Fringe Handbag

The amazing Victoria Beckham spotted with the most stylish winter outfit, including Balenciaga Boots and the Prada Fringe Handbag.

Kate Beckinsale is looking like a hot mama with huge black ruched Prada handbag together with her daughter Lily. This was the July's 2007 hottest prada handbag.

Silver Prada Gauffre

Yes its Jessica Biel, who of course has the perfect derriere and a stunning Silver Prada Gauffre.

Prada Napa Gauffre Frame Bag

With her most stylish outfit and gorgeous face, Jessica Simpson spotted carrying the Prada Napa Gauffre Frame Bag.

Katie Holmes with her Nylon and Leather Tote Prada Handbag, and some unnamed man.

Prada Pitone Frame Handbag

Eva Longria must love her Prada Pitone Frame Handbag because she has been seen sporting this python bag all around the world. This Prada bag sports exotic python, braided handles, and a frame top.

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Color - Dark Tan
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Womens Chloe Small Padlock In Tan
Color - Tan

Womens Chloe Small Padlock In Red
Color - Red
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Hermes Most Extravagant Handbag

Hermes Matte Crocodile Birkin Bag


Named after French singer/songwriter Jane Birkin, the bag (pictured here) is like the one sold at auction house Doyle New York. The clasp of this 30-centimeter tote boasts 10 carats of white diamonds. And its body is made of crocodile. There is only available for sale worldwide.

Tsumori Chisato: Spring 2008

Tsumori Chisato is a Japanese fashion designer.

A graduate of Tokyo's renowned , Chisato started working in 1977 for , who helped her launch her own line in 1990. She first brought her collection to Paris in 2003 and has been quietly building street cred with cool girls in Los Angeles and New York. Her fall collection stayed faithful to her aesthetic, which is print-heavy with a healthy dose of manga/bohemian cuteness. The show took wing with the first look, an owl-appliqué minidress, and closed with homey quilted frocks that tied into the vague Bloomsbury theme at play throughout. There were a number of pretty dresses: some dramatic with pile stripes, a requisite velvet number, and others with tree appliqués and a patchwork of fun, flirty prints. The second look was a simple white pinafore that recalled Peter Pan's Wendy—and served as a reminder that, for every governess that came down the runways this season, there is a corresponding youthful charge.

She shared her ”kawaii” thoughts at FutureDesignDays in 2006, and got a lot of attention for her very romantic way of looking at design. Her ready-to-wear spring collection for 2008 is no exception.

Crazy on Pink Hoodies

Ed Hardy's vintage-style tattoos were the most sought after body art of his time. Now Hardy has lent his name (and vintage graphics) to this awesome line of tees and hoodies. Screened and splatter-painted on to buttery cotton, his dazzling designs have already been spotted on the hottest celebrity bods.

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Best Couture of 2007

Penelope Cruz brings Old Hollywood back to the red carpet whenever she steps out. Though it was hard to pick our absolute fave, this show-stopping Versace feathered work of art won the most memorable prize.
First Runner-up
From Valentino to Dior to this Swarovski crystal-encrusted mesh gown by Giorgio Armani Privé that clings to every curve, Cate Blanchett works every designer effortlessly with her signature grace.

Second Runner-up
We love that Thandie Newton knows how to have fun with couture. She's a fan of upscale British labels and brings quirkiness to classics such as Chanel with lively accoutrements like feathers and bold color.