This Week On The Red Carpet: Kerry Washington, Jessica Alba,  Rachel Weisz and Carey Mulligan

Kerry Washington chose a Giambattista Valli Couture dress for the Baby2Baby Gala 2015, where she was honoured for her work in support of the charity. 

The swishy chiffon skirt with oversize silk blooms befitted the event’s star guest.

This Week On The Red Carpet: Kerry Washington, Jessica Alba,  Rachel Weisz and Carey Mulligan

LA lady and Baby2Baby supporter Jessica Alba can get away with wearing this sunny Giambattista Valli maxi-dress in November.

Her exotic L’Dezen by Payal Shah jewellery and Lee Savage bag make the simple halter-gown special.

This Week On The Red Carpet: Kerry Washington, Jessica Alba,  Rachel Weisz and Carey Mulligan

Rachel Weisz has been making some very cool choices, thanks in no small part to super-stylist Kate Young. 

This black tulle Oscar de la Renta gown with ruby-red embroidery looked gorgeous at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences’ 7th Annual Governor’s Awards.

This Week On The Red Carpet: Kerry Washington, Jessica Alba,  Rachel Weisz and Carey Mulligan

Pastels seam unseasonable but most stars are wearing Resort or Spring 2016 fashion this late in the year. Jonathan Saunders sequinned lemon dress made Carey Mulligan sparkle at the Governor’s Awards in Hollywood. 

Her crystal-covered pumps are by Aquazzura.


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