Red Carpet Fashion Awards

It’s usually hard to pick one favourite dress from a season, but the Zac Posen Spring 2012 tulle edelweiss embroidered gown was my favourite by a very long mile.

I had hoped to see the gown on the red carpet during awards season, so when time passed by my next hope was to see it at the Met Gala next month.

My heart did skip a beat when I saw the gorgeous Coco Rocha wearing my favourite gown to the 9th annual Spring Dinner Dance New Year’s In April: A Fool’s Fete at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in New York City last night.

I couldn’t think of a more worthy candidate to wear this gown (excluding Iman of course).

The supermodel grabs the first BDOTW nomination looking sensational in the breath-taking gown.

I love how graceful and elegant she looks and that she opted to wear her hair up to show off those butterfly wings.

Do you love this as much as I do?

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Coco Rocha graces her third cover of Flare magazine, one of Canada’s leading fashion publications.

The Canadian uber model was captured by Chris Nicholls wearing a wearing a Ashley Rowe vest, Joe Fresh skirt, Louis Vuitton necklace and shoes plus a stack of bracelets by Alan Anderson and Erickson Beamon and ME Jewellery.

On the cover she gives a huge smile and then slips into a more fierce, edgy persona for inside the pages of the magazine.

Coco shares her thoughts on airbrushing, body issues and the importance of social media.

On airbrushing: “I’m not against airbrushing. I believe in removing pimples and even dark circles. It’s good to still look beautiful, but I really don’t believe in cutting out my waist and enhancing my legs. That is not necessary. Take me as I am.” Read more…

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I love Coco Rocha, I really do, but she was overdressed once again at ‘The Iron Lady’ New York premiere last night.

The supermodel wore a Zac Posen Pre-Fall 2012 gown, which is our first look from all the recent Pre-Fall 2012 collections on the red carpet.

The gown is beautiful, there is no denying that, but considering everyone arrived in mostly simple LBDs, and considering this wasn’t her premiere, a full-length Golden Globe Award worthy gown with a long train is a tad much.

You may remember she pulled a similar stunt at the Versace for H&M launch party.

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Coco Rocha attended the Weinstein opening of ‘Picturing Marylin’ exhibition at the Milk Gallery in New York City last night.

The event was hosted by Dior, so the supermodel delved back into the Dior archives to don this lovely Fall 2008 John Galliano for Dior creation.

Her raspberry bubble hemmed mini dress with an embellished bodice was paired with disappointing navy Versace pumps.

I wouldn’t have been able to stop drooling had she opted for matching strappy sandals or the runway heels.

Cat eyes and a beehive do completed her look.

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Emma Roberts: I was very excited to see Emma at this event, mostly because she’s wearing strappy sandals sans tights. Her electric-blue shoes were paired with a Versace for H&M floral-print bustier and matching leggings. A studded bag and side-swept curls completed her look.

Jessica Alba: The actress added a pop of colour to her lips whilst donning a sparkling Versace for H&M top and skirt. Still not feeing Jess at the moment.

Selma Blair: The mother of one wore a bubblegum-pink Versace for H&M studded dress with gold sandals. I don’t think the racoon eyes quite work with the dress.

Kaylee DeFer: The ‘Gossip Girl’ actress is hardly recognisable with those super-tight curls. She wore Versace for H&M pink sandals with her sweetheart-print Versace for H&M dress with fringed details.

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Best Beehive Award
Coco Rocha was at the 2011 Elle Style Awards which were held in London on Monday night.

She was there to receive her ‘Best Model’ Award. This comes a few months after Marie Claire named her the model of the year for 2010.

The Canadian model looked ever-so regal wearing an Alexander McQueen Resort 2011 dress.

The cream lace dress was unfortunately paired with some questionable white shoes.

White shoes are like Kryptonite to me. It’s the one thing I can not stand. I dislike black pumps, but I hate white shoes in any form.

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