Friday, November 9, 2007


Jennifer Hudson is Obsessed-Hoopla's 7th best-dressed women of the year. The Oscar-winning "Dreamgirl" in the past year wore designs by Michael Kors, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Roberto Cavalli, Carmen Marc Valvo, and Narciso Rodriguez. One style I wish this Chicago-native will get out of is her dear obsession with empire-waist dresses as the style is not flattering on her curvy figure.
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Channeling her Oscar golden glow, Hudson rock this Carmen Marc Valvo gown at 24th Annual Night of Stars gala in New York City. At Project ALS’s Tomorrow is Tonight 10th Anniversary celebration, Hudson choose this whtie Carmen Marc Valvo Marilyn Monore-esqe number. Hudson struck a pose in a black glittery Carmen Marc Valvo dress at New Line Cinema 40th Anniversary Celebration.

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Carmen Marc Valvo

Hudson wore this Roberto Cavalli column at 2007 Fashion Rocks. For the GM Ten show, Hudson sashayed down the runway in a black Robero Cavalli gown. At the 2007 Grammy's, Hudson sizzled in a fire engine red Roberto Cavalli number.

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Roberto Cavalli

Hudson wore a gray and white embordiered Michael Kors gown with Lorraine Schwartz jewels at "Poiret: King of Fashion" Costume Institute gala at the Metropolitan Musuem of Arts. For the 2007 BET Awards, Hudson decided on this nude and black Michael Kors strapless number. Hudson rock a burgundry beaded v-neck Michael Kors to the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
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Michael Kors

Hudson pour into a rose-print bustier dress by Dolce & Gabbana to the Hennessy-hosted Giant Magazine. At the Soul Train Awards, Hudson put on this black and white Narciso Rodriguez frock. For the 58th Annual Director Guild Awards, Hudson wore this body-hugging Gucci wrap dress.

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Dolce & Gabbana, Narciso Rodriguez, and Gucci

Nonetheless, Jennifer Hudson (who is filming the "Sex & The City" movie) is Obsessed-Hoopla's seventh best dressed women of 2007! Check back tomorrow to see Obsessed-Hoopla's seventh best improved and most worn dress.