It’s Australian TV’s night of nights, so who ruled the red carpet and who angered the fashion God’s? Find out here!

Predictably it was once again a sea of nude and white gowns as the stars strutted their stuff down the TV Week Logie Awards red carpet. There were the usual hits and misses so we’ve narrowed it down to the best and worst dressed of the night.

Best Dressed

Rebecca Judd

‘Sheer’ and ‘shades of purple’ are not two looks you’d normally liked to see smooshed together, but in Rebecca Judd’s case it’s a recipe for red carpet success. Everything about this billowing gown is pleasing to my sometimes-(overly)-critical fashion eye, from the gentle pleats to the eye-catching detail of the nearly-nude bodice Mrs Judd is on to a winner.

Kate Richie

Duchess who? With a slick sweeping gown, statement jewellery and understated, Oscar-worthy hair this soapie-turned-radio star is definitely the most elegant Kate to grace our screens this week. Extra points for opting for a classic closed toe pump and not having wiggling pink toes sticking out out from under your dress and stealing the spotlight, unlike some other attendees who shall remain nameless……I’m looking at you Dannii Minogue and Deborah Mailman.

Carrie Bickmore

It’s hard not to be carried away by this elegant look. The full satin skirt is a breath of fresh air after years of endless fish-tail gowns swimming down the red carpet. The elegant lace top proves that you don’t need to show some skin to stand out and the simple metallic belt adds a modern twist to this otherwise classic look; all topped off with a sleek blonde hairdo that would turn Barbie green with envy.

Marta Dusseldorp

Some people say you shouldn’t wear red on the red carpet, but if those people are sitting at home in a onesie eating cold toast while you’re carving it up on the small screen in Janet Hill and A Place To Call Home, don’t listen to them. The stylish maven looks exquisite in her high-necked red lace creation and sexy drop earnings.

Worst Dressed

Michelle Bridges

I could make a ‘who is the Biggest Loser now…’ type joke after seeing this ensemble, but that just seems too easy. Instead I’m going to say this wannabe-bridal look washes the fitness guru’s features out completely and I don’t think that even a last ditch effort with a swipe of colourful lipstick would have been enough to save her from elimination. As for those tight ringlets, there’s a reason the rest of us don’t look to Texan teen beauty queens for hair inspiration Michelle…

Kylie Minogue

Kylie, I didn’t want to say this in front of everybody, but you’ve forced my hand. I know packing is a pain but that’s no excuse for leaving your fashion mojo behind in the UK when you arrived in Australia. The reigning princess of pop and wearer of the world’s most famous hot pants shouldn’t be dressing like an out-of-work TV extra. The simple nude dress and predictable side-swept ‘do have all been done before…on a night like this you really should have spun around and picked something that was love at first sight…

Rhonda Burchmore

How many innocent people from Oz’s Emerald City had to die to make you this dress Rhonda? If you were moonlighting as an 80s cruise ship singer that would be a horse of a different colour, but for the red carpet this gown is too much bling and not enough zing.

Emma Lung

There’s a fine line between being quirky cool and looking like you’ve picked up something from the Dissh sale rack and Emma is on the wrong side of that divide. You’re not Helena Bonham Carter, dear, come back to us when you’ve portrayed Bellatrix Lestrange on the big screen or can show up uninvited to Johnny Depp’s house and not be arrested.

Who do you think was best and worst dressed on the night? Tell us in the comments!

Full list of TV Week Logie Award winners

Gold Logies

Most Popular Personality on TV
Scott Cam (The Block, Nine Network)

TV Week Hall of Fame
Peter Harvey (Nine Network)

Silver Logies

Outstanding Drama Series
Redfern Now (ABC1)

Outstanding Miniseries or Telemovie
Top Of The Lake (Foxtel/UKTV)

Outstanding Actor
Lachy Hulme (Power Games: The Packer-Murdoch Story, Nine Network)

Outstanding Actress
Asher Keddie (Offspring, Network Ten)

Most Popular Actor
Chris Lilley (Ja’mie: Private School Girl, ABC1)

Most Popular Actress
Asher Keddie (Offspring, Network Ten)

Most Popular Presenter
Scott Cam (The Block, Nine Network)


Outstanding Light Entertainment Program
Housos (SBS ONE)

Outstanding News Coverage
NSW Bushfires (Nine News, Nine Network)

Outstanding Public Affairs Report
Prisoner X – The Australian Connection (Foreign Correspondent, ABC1)

Outstanding Factual Program
Kings Cross ER: St Vincent’s Hospital (Foxtel/Crime & Investigation Network)

Outstanding Sports Coverage
2013 Emirates Melbourne Cup Carnival (Channel Seven)

Outstanding Children’s Program
Nowhere Boys (ABC3)

Most Popular New Talent
Bonnie Sveen (Home and Away, Channel Seven)

Most Popular Drama Program
Home and Away (Channel Seven)

Most Popular Light Entertainment Program
Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year Asia (Nine Network)

Most Popular Reality Program
My Kitchen Rules (Channel Seven)

Most Popular Sports Program
The NRL Footy Show (Nine Network)

Most Popular Lifestyle Program
Better Homes and Gardens (Channel Seven)

Graham Kennedy Award for Most Outstanding Newcomer
Remy Hii (Better Man, SBS ONE)