Red Carpet Fashion Awards

I was totally floored when I saw Daisy Lowe glide into the Théâtre National de Chaillot for the Elie Saab Fall 2011 presentation earlier this afternoon.

I’m always struck by how beautiful she is and how much taller she is in real life.

She opted to wear a red Elie Saab Fall 2011 long sleeve gown with a thigh-high split.

I didn’t see her shoes until now. The pumps aren’t actually black, but a shimmering bronze/brown mix.

Some sexy strappy sandals would have rendered me unconscious, especially as she’s also carrying a Christian Louboutin leopard print clutch.

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Runway Mash-Up Award
I love it when celebs mix things up and step out of the lookbook to make their own look.

That’s what Daisy Lowe did tonight at the 2011 Glamour Women of the Year Awards in London.

The model opted to wear the knit Versace Spring 2011 crop top with the signature Greek key motif from Look 21 with the Versace Spring 2011 striped skirt from Look 11.

The runway heels would’ve really knocked this look out of the ballpark, but she opted for black pumps instead.

A turquoise clutch and Annoushka jewels completed the look.

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I was really excited to see Fan Bing Bing at Elie Saab’s private dinner party following the Fall 2011 presentation in Paris last week.

My favourite Asian star looked impossibly perfect wearing a lilac Elie Saab Fall 2010 embellished mini dress.

The dress is slightly modified from the runway version as Fan Bing Bing’s dress doesn’t have the cut-out detail at the waist.

It’s not often we see Fan’s legs as we are so used to seeing her in beautiful gowns.

She opted not to wear her now world famous embellished turban. This time she opted for retro marcel waves.

Daisy went in the opposition direction selecting a gorgeous blush Elie Saab gown.

The tulle gown with an embellished bodice was paired with a necklace and she styled her hair into a loose side plait.

If I had the choice of both looks I would’ve picked Daisy gown sans necklace.

It may seem over-the-top for a house party, but it was Mr Saab’s party and given the chance we would’ve all wanted to swish around his home wearing a long flowing ethereal gown.

Daisy was living the dream…well my dream.

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Fan Bing Bing and Daisy Lowe were the front row stars of the Elie Saab’s Fall 2011 presentation yesterday.

Fan swept passed me so elegantly as she made her way to her seat.

Despite the chaos of people trying to find their seats and photographers getting grumpy because the show hadn’t started yet, she was class personified stopping for everyone who wanted to take her photo.

What I noticed first was her turban.

Weather you love or hate her look she’s constantly keeping things interesting by giving us 4 different hairstyles choices this week.

That’s more than Jennifer Aniston and Amanda Bynes have sported in their lifetimes.

I later found out that it was a makeshift turban as the embellished piece was actually part of her Elie Saab Spring 2011 twin set which was paired with her embellished shrug.

Daisy Lowe who much taller than I expected, looked stunning wearing an embellished powder blue Elie Saab Spring 2011 plunging dress. Her look was originally presented as a gown.

Both carried Elie Saab clutches.

Fan Bing Bing glammed up her look by adding gold bracelets and Christian Louboutin ‘Lady Daf’ ankle strap tan pumps.

My girl sure does love a chunky heel.

Credit: Style.com & Courtesy of Elie Saab

Best Dressed Award
The first thing I said to when I saw Daisy Lowe at the 2010 British Fashion Awards was “Wow.”

Some people have to put in a lot of effort to make a gown this detailed and haunting looks so beautiful.

Daisy Lowe does with ease.

She has that gothic mystic to make this Elie Saab Fall 2010 lace gown so incredibly beautiful. I love how this dress gives her a tiny waist. Smaller than the models would you believe?

We’ve been totally spoilt by 3 gorgeous Elie Saab looks today.

This is why I LOVE the man, my god and creator of all things beautiful.

J’Adore.

BDOTW?

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