I am just keep plugging along with my 2016 Tribeca Film Festival red carpet wish lists. Once upon a time when I would see that Abbie Cornish was premiering a film at Tribeca I would have been elated, but her red carpet style has been lacking in the wow department lately. Well despite my motivation lacking Abbie is premiering her film Lavender at Tribeca. I picked this black Monique Lhuillier Pre-Fall 2015 cocktail dress rendered in wool eloquence and features a column silhouette with a cold shoulder detail, a jewel neckline and a flounced capeline sleeve for Abbie to wear on the red carpet. This is a chic modern elevated version of the little black dress and I can picture it being a gorgeous look for Abbie on the Tribeca red carpet. While Monique paired this dress with a statement pair of fur trimmed sandals, I don’t think that is the right look for Abbie. I would however finish this look with a statement pair of pink and hologram Christian Louboutin ‘Debout’ pointed toe pumps to add a pop of color. A sleek low bun and a pink lip would perfectly finish this red carpet look off for Abbie. Jessica Biel has continued to kill red carpets recently and that makes me very excited to see what she is going to bring to the red carpet at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival to premiere her latest flick The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea. A lot of her best looks recently have been from her good friend Giambattista Valli, so naturally I looked to his most recent collection to pick the look I think is perfect for Jessica for Tribeca. At first look this Giambattista Valli Fall 2016 RTW ensemble looks like a color blocked dress but it is actually 3 pieces including a tweed paillette long sleeve top, layered over a white crepe scoop neck tank, and a tweed paillette trumpet skirt. I think that this look meshes casual and cocktail in the perfect manner to create a killer red carpet moment for Jessica at Tribeca. I would add a pair of white glitter leather Gianvito Rossi ‘Plexi’ pointed toe pumps, chic waves, and a soft pink lip to add the right touches to complete yet another gorgeous red carpet look for Jessica. Natalie Portman kicked off 2016 by broadening her repertoire of designers to more than just her contracted looks from Dior. I don’t think that will continue through Tribeca and she will be back in the brand to premiere her latest film Reset. I think that this Christian Dior Fall 2016 RTW ensemble, which features an abstract floral blouse and a black fitted skirt, would make for such a gorgeous red carpet moment. I talk about how Tribeca is more of a casual/cocktail type of film festival and I think that this look meshes the spirit of Tribeca as well as Natalie’s classic style. I will cry if Natalie steps out for this premiere wearing another Dior coat dress as she has been wearing them constantly over the last year and this look would be a welcomed departure from that for Natalie. I decided to add another pop of color with a pair of cocktail pink Charlotte Olympia ‘Dotty’ pointed toe pumps to add just the perfect classic, yet fun, punctuation to this look. Finishing off today is my wish for Nicole Kidman. After a bit of a rocky start to 2016 (with terrible Louis Vuitton and Gucci gowns) Nicole blew me away in a sequined unicorn adorned Alexander McQueen gown at the ACM Awards. I am hoping that Nicole keeps that momentum going as she heads to the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival to promote her latest, The Family Fang. I would like to see Nicole have a glam moment in Gucci after a few failed attempts at making the brand work for her on the red carpet. So I picked this ivory Gucci Fall 2016 RTW tuxedo with black trimming. I think that this feminine take on masculine dressing would make for such a gorgeous look on Nicole. I think that this milky color against Nicole’s peachy skin would make this a killer moment. Keeping the styling simple with chic blown out waves, a red lip, a white chiffon pussy-bow blouse, and a pair of silver Nicholas Kirkwood mirrored leather and mesh sandals would ensure that this Gucci look is a winner for Nicole’s red carpet record book.