Style Expert on How to Look Fabulous on the Red Carpet

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Style Expert on How to Look Fabulous on the Red Carpet
Award show season is full of fabulous fashion, endless red carpets and glitzy parties. But you don't have to be Oscar winner to look gorgeous on the red carpet.

Turn every street into your own personal catwalk with these great tips from style expert George Kotsiopoulos:

Who was your best dressed nominee of the awards show season?
“Two of my favorites are Mila Kunis and Emma Stone, because I think they’re super cool and talented girls – the full package. As newcomers, they’ve both been shining and becoming potential fashion powerhouses.”

What’s the key to getting red carpet ready?
“There are a lot of tips and tricks that I recommend for celebrities to avoid fashion disaster on the red carpet.”
--Avoid slipping and tripping by scuffing up those new stiletto soles ahead of time with a razor blade or box cutter.
--There’s lots of talking on the carpet, so keep your smile sparkling and your mouth fresh with great tasting gum in between interviews. I like Trident Vitality – it’s the new, stylish “IT” gum in Hollywood this year. It’s in some of the hottest Oscar lounges, so a lot of celebs might be carrying it.
--It’s important to keep your skin from getting too shiny on the red carpet. Carry blotting tissues to gently remove excess oil and shine. Blotting tissues are also great to put away that gum for your next interview!

Who do you think has the worst sense of style when it comes to the red carpet and fashion?
Christina Aguilera has been looking not so cute lately, and of course, Helena Bonham Carter is looking like a deranged Scarlett O’Hara.

What’s a fashion don't?
Avoid wrinkly fabrics when considering dresses - don’t just try them on when you’re standing up. Sit down in them to see if the stay smooth and keep their shape. There’s usually a long limo ride before you to get to the red carpet and wrinkly looks messy and unflattering on anyone.
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