Zoe Saldana, who has turned red carpet dressing into an art this year, wore midnight satin to the Children's Defence Fund event in Beverly Hills- perfectly illustrating why the little blue dress is gradually usurping the LBD as the thinking girl's fail-safe evening wear choice. Saldana wore hers with a pair of just-mismatched-enough stacked black heels by Brian Atwood.
Linda Evangelista and Mila Kunis both opted for tonal oyster shades- the supermodel in a Chloe-esque trouser suit and snakeskin stilletoes (answering the sometime dilemna of what colour shoe to wear with nudes,) while Kunis wore a simple but elegant Elie Saab dress, and Louboutin 'Maggie' heels to the New York premiere of Black Swan.
But really, it was Natalie Portman's week, with the demure actress both tipped for an Oscar for her lead performance in Black Swan, and fêted for her graceful sartorial choices at the film's global premieres. Having trained intensively for her prima ballerina role, Portman did not put a foot wrong on the red carpet, with outfits ranging from floor length dramatic black Dior at the New York premiere, to a cute