Abbey Clancy In Emilio Pucci – Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women Of The Year Awards

Abbey Clancy was one of the first to arrive on the red carpet at the Cosmopolitan Ultimate Women of the Year Awards 2011 which took place at Banqueting House in London this evening.

The TV presenter/WAG donned an Emilio Pucci dress from the Fall 2011 collection.

Pre-bias aside, those roots just don’t work with this Pucci dress.

She tried to do the sexy, sophisticated thing in this long-sleeve lace-trimmed kaleidoscope print dress with a high neckline and sultry keyhole detail, but she doesn’t have the chops to pull it off.

The only thing I like here are the Christian Louboutin pumps.

Her makeup is also quite horrendous. Who puts lipstick over their natural lip line?

You can buy Abbey’s Pucci dress from
Net-A-Porter US and Net-A-Porter International

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Abbey Clancy In Emanuel Ungaro – 2011 GQ Men Of The Year Awards

Abbey Clancy left very little to the imagination when she hit the red carpet at the 2011 GQ Men Of The Year Awards in London tonight.

The model/TV presenter donned this super revealing Emanuel Ungaro Fall 2011 dress designed by her BFF Giles Deacon.

The runway version of this dress features a longer hem but Abbey opted for a shorter, sexier mini style.

I’m glad she chose to wear a bra, but it actually makes this dress look even more provocative. A nude lining around the bust would’ve worked better.

Abbey accessorized with patent Christian Louboutin Pigalle pumps and a matching patent leather black clutch.

Her blonde hair was left loose and tousled and she finished her look with kohl-rimmed eyes.

Abbey has a strong personal connection to Giles Deacon as she walked in his Giles Spring 2011 show and he also designed her wedding dress.

If she tried, she could’ve prevented this from looking tacky, but with those black roots and her underwear on display it was never going to be anything but tacky.

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03.07.11 Best Dressed

Who Was Your Favourite Summer Bride?

Wedding fever well and truly reached new heights when these 4 celebrity brides took to a church red carpet to walk their very own special runway.

Back in April Catherine Middleton had over a billion eyes watching her walk down Westminster Abbey to marry a true life Prince Charming wearing Alexander McQueen.

Abbey Clancy kicked off a trio of weddings ceremonies this weekend.

The WAG/model/TV Presenter wore a very sophisticated (by WAG standards) Giles Deacon strapless gown to wed her lanky footballer beau Peter Crouch.

Kate Moss followed suit donning a John Galliano gown evoking a shabby chic bohemian look which was true to her laid-back style.

Princess Charlene of Monaco had several events surrounding her wedding to Prince Albert, but we were most interested to see her Armani Privé wedding gown.

So who was your favourite celebrity/Princess bride?

English Rose Bride? WAG Bride? Bohemian Bride or Monaco Bride?

Net-a-porter UK

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Runway To Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Launch Party – Abigail Clancy In Hervé Léger by Max Azria

When it comes to WAGs the only one who’s currently entertaining is Alex Curran, since it doesn’t seem right to call Victoria Beckham and Cheryl Cole WAGs as they both have careers.

Abigail Clancy is the latest WAG (to soccer star Peter Crouch) who seems to be doing well for herself, as she’s landed a spot in the ‘Sports Illustrated Swimsuit’ issue which is no mean feat.

The Liverpudlian attended a star studded event to celebrate the issue last night in New York.

She wore a taupe Hervé Léger crystal-embellished bandage dress which was a very predictable choice for a WAG and a swimsuit model, but she does look good in her halterneck dress.

The dress is embellished with crystal embellishments, which she combines with Sergio Rossi platform heels.

In her photoshoot Abbey has a bikini and half of an England shirt painted onto her. You can see her full Sports Illustrated photo shoot here.

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15.10.09

Last Night In London

Cipriani Restaurant

Eva Herzigova was spotted…literally…leaving Cirpriani’s restaurant in Mayfair wearing a animal print Isabel Marant Fall 2009 dress.

The supermodel wore her dress with thick tights and ankle boots.

We’ve seen this dress worn by Rachel Weisz a few months ago.

The Times BFI London Film Festival: “Fantastic Mr. Fox” Opening Gala

Cindy Crawford was the only woman to shine so brightly on this red carpet.

The super wore a black deep v-neck Roberto Cavalli gown paired with Jimmy Choo Keenan patent leather sandals.

This is how you OWN a red carpet.

George Clooney and Elisabetta Canalis faded into the background for me.

I’m so bored of the “girlfriends” he just happens to have in time for a new promotional tour.

Elisabetta is wearing one of the tackiest red carpet gowns I have seen this year, obviously she’s not getting the same allowance as Clooney’s last girlfriend who stepped out in Valentino Couture.

I can’t even bring myself to look at her shoes…just hideous.

Even when she’s slightly off-duty Thandie Newton is still totally gorgeous.

Myleene Klass was reporting live from this red carpet last night wearing a LBD.

She kept herself warm wearing a navy coat which had a massive corsage.

Tatler 300th Anniversary

Peaches Geldof wears Dolce & Gabbana two nights in a row.

This time she wears a black strapless tulle dress with a voluminous skirt.

Carla Gugino and Eva Herzigova have both worn this same dress in nude.

Tara Palmer-Tomkinson may look ridiculous in her totally see-through gown with boy shorts and gold pumps, but at least its not black like everyone else.

Wembley Stadium

WAG (nickname used for footballing Wives And Girlfriends) Abigail Clancy was spotted leaving Wembley Stadium after watching her lanky boyfriend Peter Crouch score 2 goals in England’s World Cup qualifier against Belarus.

The game ended 3-0, but the real winner was Abby in the style stakes as she paired a purple Louis Vuitton scarf, with a black blazer, grey jeans, open-toe booties and an Alexander Wang Coco Duffel bag.

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