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Florence Welch In Vilshenko – BBC Radio 1’s ‘Live Lounge’

Florence Welch was spotted making her way to the BBC studios in Maida Vale, London to record a live performance for BBC Radio 1’s ‘Live Lounge’ earlier today.

The singer wore a Vilshenko Fall 2011 dress with a navy coat, a matching hat and a Mulberry Polly Push lock bag.

I was first introduced to Vilshenko back in April whilst attending the Starworks Fall 2011 Press Preview.

The Russian folklore prints with a modern Western luxurious twist are instantly recognisable by their vibrant colours plus the collection is totally unique when it comes to celebrity dressing.

They seem to have a big fan in Florence, as this is the third time she has worn a look from this collection.

She can go from bohemian to glamazon at the flick of a switch and wear them equally well. This is why we are constantly captivated by her style.

You can buy Florence’s Mulberry Polly Push Lock bag from Selfridges.com.

Florence + the Machine singer covered Drake and Rihanna’s song “Take Care” for Live Lounge. Check out the video above.

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Sidewalk Style: Emma Stone In MaxMara & Andrew Garfield In Rag & Bone

Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield are seen taking a romantic stroll in New York City yesterday.

‘The Amazing Spider-man’ co-stars and rumoured couple were seen arm in arm and holding hands as they walked around the East Village.

Andrew wore a Rag & Bone Fall 2011 Varsity jacket over a hoodie with Levi’s 511 corduroys, whilst his rumoured lady wore a MaxMara coat.

She accessorized with a Lanvin shoulder bag, orange framed shades and brown Rag & Bone Abbey Riding boots.

You can buy Andew’s Rag & Bone jacket from Mr Porter.com.

Emma’s coat from Saks.com and Matches Fashion.

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21.11.11 Sidewalk Style

Sidewalk Style: Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge In Mulberry

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge was out doing exactly what I was doing this weekend: shopping at Zara.

But I very much doubt we purchased the same things.

Catherine kept her look super simple as she strolled the high street in London on Saturday afternoon.

She may have been shopping at a Spanish retailer, but she was wearing a British brand: Mulberry.

Her black turtleneck was teamed with a Mulberry Polly Push Lock pleated skirt in a black wool blend with a herringbone stitch.

The skirt was teamed with knee-high boots and her favourite Mulberry ‘Polly Push Lock’ bag which we’ve seen her carry a few times before.

You can buy Catherine’s Mulberry Polly Push Lock black herringbone wool skirt and her Mulberry Polly Push Lock leather bag from Stylebop.com.

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Sidewalk Style: Lady Gaga In Burberry Prorsum

Another day, another Lady Gaga sighting in London.

The singer was spotted leaving her hotel this morning en route to the Children In Need event in Manchester.

As you know I love the Burberry Prorsum Spring 2012 tribal prints, but the first thing that came to mind when I saw Gaga was Mary Poppins.

I think it’s the hat.

Gaga opted for a longer version of the navy skirt which has a twisted detail at the waist.

I would never have pictured Gaga in this collection, and whilst I don’t think it really works as the whole look appears too big for her, I’m fascinated by it at the same time.

Yet again she completes her look with those Christian Louboutin Daffodil pumps, this time in purple velvet, shades and purple driving gloves.

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Sidewalk Style: Lady Gaga In Roksanda Ilincic

Lady Gaga is rocking my world at the moment.

The singer, who’s currently in London, appears to enjoying wearing the colourful Spring 2012 looks our British designers have to offer.

Yesterday she was sporting colourful looks by Osman; today she was spotted leaving her hotel wearing a Roksanda Ilincic Spring 2012 dress.

Her colour-block dress was perfectly co-ordinated with a Philip Treacy fascinator.

Whilst I love this Gaga look, I’m once again disappointed by her footwear as she dons those Christian Louboutin Daffodil pumps again.

For someone so creative she really has a stale shoe closet.

A bra would’ve been welcome, but I love this look from the ankles up.

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Sidewalk Style: Victoria Beckham In Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham was spotted taking the world’s luckiest little girl, Harper Seven, to FAO Schwartz in New York City on Tuesday.

Never one to run errands in jeans, the designer wore a second dress from her Spring 2012 collection.

Victoria’s orange-and-navy colour-block dress was minimally accessorized with signature sunglasses and Christian Louboutin Daffodil pumps.

This is a much better way of styling the look for daytime compared to the runway’s leather leg-piece and pointed pumps.

Leave it to Mrs. Beckham look better than the runway model while carrying a newborn, and do it all in sky-high Louboutins.

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Sidewalk Style: Lady Gaga In Osman…Again

Lady Gaga was spotted headed to the Rellik Vintage boutique in Notting Hill, London tonight wearing her second Osman look of the day.

Earlier she wore a lemon dress from Osman’s Spring 2012 collection, but on this occasion she donned an electric blue halter twisted top with a bow accent and matching pants.

The British designer would’ve been happy to see Gaga wear one look, but two in a day is a major coup.

I love Gaga’s styling, sans platform sandals.

As you know I do love a matchy matchy look, especially when worn so well in my favourite colour: electric blue.

Which look do you prefer?

The lemon or the electric blue?

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