Shingai Shoniwa In Matthew Williamson – Helping Hands VIP Fundraising Dinner

Shingai Shoniwa In Matthew Williamson - Helping Hands VIP Fundraising Dinner

Shingai Shoniwa attended the Helping Hands VIP Fundraising Dinner in aid of WellChild held at the Savoy Hotel in London yesterday evening.

The singer, who loves colour even more than I do, donned a Matthew Williamson Spring 2013 gown.

As you would expect from the eccentric star, she went one bigger and bolder than the runway watercolour wrap gown with a beaded shoulder, by selecting the bright-pink hue.

Not slacking on the accessories front, Shingai added tri-colour sandals and elaborate earrings.

A braided updo completed her traffic-stopping look.

Credit: Style.com & Getty

14 thoughts on “Shingai Shoniwa In Matthew Williamson – Helping Hands VIP Fundraising Dinner

  1. Rashmi

    I would have preferred the runway one, but she looks great in this. The color actually gives the fire look more definition.
    You have so rightly stated : traffic stopping look.

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  2. gurlygurl

    I love the runway version it’s modern and sexy. Having said that I doubt anyone could have brought the pink one to life the way Shingai has.Sure it’s not a look for everyone but she looks FUN tastic :)

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  3. AnderBoBo

    She is really pulling everything off (the earrings may be a bit overkill though) and looks great. That color is divine against her skin.

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  4. Eliza

    Easily a BDOTW contender. Really beautiful. It’s fun seeing her enjoy her dress so much. Her spirit matches the dress’ brightness. Love.

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  5. justme

    She should have picked the earrings or the elaborate updo, not both.

    From the neck down, she gets as many thumbs up as possible. Those colours really pop against her skintone.

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  6. EmmaWoodhouse

    I don’t like the slit, but I love the colors from the runway. Her version is too garish.

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  7. Nat39

    The shoes are too chunky, would’ve looked much better with a more delicate sandal. The styling should’ve been more elegant and understated considering how loud the gown is. Her styling is just as loud as the gown, it’s an overkill, it’s not elegant or refined enough.

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