Red Carpet Fashion Awards

After Cheryl Cole’s performance at the Capital FM Summertime Ball, held at Wembley Stadium on Saturday evening, Cheryl hit the red carpet for the after-show party.
The singer opted to wear a Hakaan Arussi satin-trimmed crepe dress.

I really like this peach crepe dress with satin trim and a layered multi-length pleat-effect skirt on Cheryl. I’m not a fan of her try-hard looks, but this is much more in tune with her style.

Hakaan is known for his body-skimming silhouettes, daring cutouts and razor-sharp tailoring, but this appears to be a commercial version inspired by the Spring 2012 runway.

A braided top-knot, pink lips and Charlotte Olympia nude ‘Dolly’ pumps completed the look.

You can buy Cheryl’s Hakaan dress from
and her Charlotte Olympia pumps are also from

Credit: Getty

Capital FM’s Summertime Ball was held at Wembley Stadium on Saturday evening, with Cheryl Cole joining a lineup which included Usher, Justin Bieber, Dizzee Rascal and The Wanted.

Cheryl wore a Pam Hogg catsuit.

I don’t think I need to go into how horrific and ridiculous this look was, but I will say that these catsuits are very old news.

Everyone from Lady Gaga, Kelly Rowland, Susie Bubble, Peaches Geldof, Amber Rose, and even to ex-Wag Claire Merry (Thierry Henry’s ex-wife), have been spotted wearing similar looks.

Here’s what Cheryl had to say to Capital FM about her catsuit:

“I was really lucky enough to have it made by a woman called Pam Hogg – who specialises in making catsuits. When you’re doing such a big event like that [Summertime Ball], it’s a stadium – we played here before with Coldplay – people at the back can’t see a thing. You know they might get the odd clip on the screen or whatever but you become teenie tiny, so I thought I’d be bold and bright and give everybody a view.”

She did that alright.

Credit: & PA

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Cheryl Cole made a guest appearance on The Graham Norton show which aired in the UK on Friday evening.

The singer was there to promote her new single, ‘Call My Name’.

Despite having a very clear type, Cheryl told the Graham that she wouldn’t say ‘no’ to Prince Harry.

On the show, Cheryl wore a McQ Alexander McQueen look.

A sexy houndstooth bustier with a striking cut and peplum waist was styled with white leggings with a leopard and houndstooth print.

She wore black Guiseppe Zanotti bow front suede sandals for the interview before changing into wedge sneakers for the performance.

A side-swept fishtail plait and bejewelled cuffs on both wrists completed her look.

You can buy Cheryl’s McQ bustier from
and her McQ legging are available from US and International.

Credit: PA

Cheryl Cole took to the stage tonight during the Diamond Jubilee Concert, held at Buckingham Palace in London.

She performed a duet of Lady Antebellum’s hit, ‘Need You Now’ with the concert organiser Gary Barlow of Take That.

The singer, who was terribly out of tune and out sung by the brilliant Gary, wore an Eva Minge Spring 2012 Couture gown.

Her black strapless sequin mermaid gown with an ombre train also had velvet details on the bust and around the skirt.

It’s no Stéphane Rolland.

She should’ve hit #2 on her speed-dial and requested to wear one of Rolland’s creations for this performance as I find this gown so unappealing and dated.

No doubt the big gown was to distract us from her lack of vocal ability.

de Grisogono jewels and wavy ponytail completed her look.

Credit: Getty

The artwork for Cheryl Cole’s new album ‘A Million Lights’ was recently released by her record label Polydor.

The colourful images, shot by Ellen Von Unwerth, sees the singer wearing Alexander Wang, Brian Atwood and Versus.

As always the hair is big and the makeup is just as colourful as the clothes.

Alexander Wang Intarsia silk-blend sweater from
Alexander Wang cut-out mini skirt Barney’s (in white) and (in black)
Brian Atwood ‘Alima’ tri-colour peep-toes from

Versus heart-print stretch-jersey midi dress from

Credit: Polydor

By all accounts, Cheryl Cole gave an energetic performance on the UK version of ‘The Voice’ this weekend.

Fresh from her stint in Cannes and her red-carpet appearance for ‘What To Expect When You’re Expecting’, the singer was back to her day job performing her newest single, ‘Call My Name’.

Her colourful ensemble was a head-to-toe creation by Roberto Cavalli.

The look consisted of a hot-pink floral-print line vest with gold shoulder details. This was paired with a Cavalli trademark: a leopard-print crop top.

Her floral-print pleated pants are inspired from the Spring 2012 collection with the look complete with a pair of leopard-print booties.

Gold cuffs on both wrists, hot-pink nails and simple ponytail completed her look.

As a performance piece it works, but there is a lot going on.

Credit: Courtesy of Roberto Cavalli & PA

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