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Feeling blue? Mel Gibson's girl Oksana Grigorieva leads lovely ladies in cool hues

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The Russian beauty was on elegant form in a floor-length aquamarine number at the Madrid unveiling of her beau's new flick
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Colin Firth's Italian film producer wife Livia Giuggioli also sparkled in blue to support her man
 Photo: © Rex

02 FEBRUARY 2010

Black might be big this season, but there's clearly room for a splash of cool colour on the red carpet too.

Blue, whether in shades of aquamarine or deep sapphire is à la mode right now among the ladies of Tinseltown – including Mel Gibson's partner Oksana Grigorieva.

The Russian beauty chose a floor length gown with shoulder detail to support her man at the Madrid premiere of his new thriller Edge of Darkness. The blue number was a contrast to the dark gown she wore at the London launch.

The couple, who welcomed their first child – a daughter named Lucia – in October, enjoyed a night out in Spanish capital after unveiling the film.

Also stepping out in blue on the same night was Colin Firth's Italian film producer wife Livia Giuggioli.

The pretty brunette, who accompanied her husband to the London opening of his Tom Ford-directed movie A Single Man, chose a knee-length satin-effect dress. And the mum-of-two also accessorised with a blue clutch.

Deep electric blue was the order of the day for Mamma Mia! beauty Amanda Seyfried.

The blonde star's daring frock, which perfectly complimented her alabaster skin and blonde locks, was slashed to her navel. Though a barely-there middle section protected against any wardrobe malfunctions.

Amanda's head-turning outfit was in honour of the LA launch of her new movie Dear John.

And joining her on the red carpet was her co-star Channing Tatum, who plays Amanda's love interest in the war time romantic drama.

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