Red Carpet Fashion Awards

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

Cheryl Cole didn’t let the rain dampen her appearance on the red carpet for the ‘Amour’ premiere during Cannes Film Festival where she wore a figure-hugging Stéphane Rolland Couture gown with red ostrich feathers and David Morris jewels.

L’Oreal, who have been the official makeup artist at Cannes for the past 15 years, are very proud to have Cheryl as spokeswoman:

“Cheryl is a glamorous, stylish and talented young woman whose warmth and charm has captivated the nation and helped to establish her as an inspiration.”

The singer opted for smoky chocolate/black eyes, lashings of black mascara and a nude/grapefruit glossy lip combination for her perfect red-carpet appearance.

Here’s how to recreate Cheryl’s look:

L’Oreal Infallible Eyeshadow – Eternal Black #14 and Endless Chocolat #12Boots.com

L’Oreal False Lash Telescopic MascaraBoots.com

L’Oreal Rouge Caresse Lipstick in Nude IngueneBoots.com

L’Oreal Glam Shine Fresh Lip Gloss in Aqua GrapefruitBoots.com

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Despite not having a major role in the movie, Cheryl Cole took to the red carpet in London tonight for the ‘What To Expect When You’re Expecting’ London premiere at the BFI IMAX.

The singer wore a Victoria Beckham Spring 2012 dress. This isn’t the first time she’s worn VB on the red carpet.

On this occasion, she channelled spring’s sports-luxe trend by wearing a two-tone gown with a white halter top and a pretty nude pleated skirt.

She opted for kohl-rimmed eyes and a glossy lip colour with her brunette locks in a simply ponytail.

A champagne colour satin Sergio Rossi clutch and Garrard jewels completed her look.

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Before stepping onto the red carpet wearing a stunning Stephane Rolland Couture gown during Cannes Film Festival yesterday evening, Cheryl Cole filmed a short video sharing her favourite L’Oreal beauty products.

They included L’Oreal’s False Lash Telescopic mascara, Elnett hairspray, L’Oreal Perfect Slim eyeliner and L’Oreal’s Glamshine.

Proving that Cannes brings out the best in her style wise, the singer wore a Proenza Schouler Spring 2012 dress.

Her vibrant panelled dress artfully spliced together with contrasting zebra-print and neon-yellow may have a touch of déjà vu about it.

That’s because Kate Bosworth wore a two-piece look from this collection with the same colour palette last year.

Wearing a striking hot-pink lip colour with her hair teased up into a ponytail, Cheryl completed her look with David Morris jewels.

Cheryl will be on the red carpet again on Tuesday as she will be attending the ‘What To Expect When You’re Expecting’ London premiere, which she briefly stars in.

You can buy Cheryl’s Proenza Schouler dress from Net-A-Porter.com

I am stunned. Floored even.

Cheryl Cole set the rain-soaked red carpet ablaze for the ‘Amour’ premiere during Cannes Film Festival this evening.

For the second year in a row, the UK ambassador for L’Oreal, wore a Stéphane Rolland Spring 2012 Couture gown.

Her cap-sleeve white jersey fitted gown was decorated with light red embellishments before trailing off into a dramatic lava-like fiery red ostrich feathered train.

With all that space on the red carpet, Cannes is really the place to showcase a gown with such a train.

The only disappointing thing for me was that most of the drama of the blood red train was lost against the red carpet.

A red VBH clutch, trademark voluminous hair and David Morris jewels completed her look.

You wouldn’t think Stéphane Rolland and Cheryl Cole would make such a great combination, but she wows every time.

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