08.06.10

2010 CFDA Fashion Awards – Daisy Lowe In Dolce & Gabbana

Worst Dressed Award
Daisy Lowe was easily the worst dressed at the 2010 CFDA Fashion Awards which was held in New York last night.

The British model opted for a garish Dolce & Gabbana Pre-Fall 2010 yellow satin polka dot mini strapless dress, which wore with tights and a black cardigan.

Her only saving grace were her Nicholas Kirkwood heels.

This is something she should have worn on a pub crawl in Camden, not a prestigious fashion event in New York.

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Louis Vuitton Bond Street Maison Launch Stars In Louis Vuitton Fall 2010

Kirsten Dunst, Gemma Arterton and Alexa Chung were my favourites at the Louis Vuitton Bond Street Maison Launch in London last night.

I loved the blue print of Kirsten dress, the simplicity of Gemma’s dusty pink dress and how demure Alexa looks. This is really refreshing as you know I’m not a fan of her scruff bag style.

Gemma opted for LV’s Fall 2010 bow front heels which I absolutely adore.

These girls have made me fall back in love with this collection.

Daisy Lowe who is the face of Louis Vuitton’s Damier Azur collection opted for a corseted Louis Vuitton Fall 2010 dress with a print skirt.

Gwyneth Paltrow wore a grey tweed keyhole dress with a sparkling purple clutch and LV Fall 2010 heels.

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The only thing I have to say to Pixie Geldof is congratulations on picking the only dress from the LV Fall 2010 collection which matches your ridiculous hair.

20.05.10

Topshop Knightsbridge Store Launch Party

Kate Moss was joined by Daisy Lowe, Alexandra Burke and Anna Wintour for the launch party of the new Topshop store in Knightsbridge, London yesterday.

I’m loving Kate’s look, especially her hair which has a lot of body to it for a change.

She’s wearing her own Topshop ultimate silk blazer, which I’m going to purchase the second I finish this post.

Thanks to InStyle_Pat who has informed me that Kate is also wearing her Topshop silk button back playsuit backwards.

First Angelina, then Amanda Seyfried now Kate. Backwards is the new forwards.

Daisy’s Topshop maxi dress is the perfect look for summer.

Alexandra Burke also has me reaching for my credit card to purchase her gorgeous Topshop Lotus bead tiered shift dress.

Whilst Anna is the surprise guest.

I never had her down as a Topshop fan.

Kate Moss’ new summer collection goes on sale today.

You can view the collection on Topshop International and Topshop US.

Some items – especially the maxi’s are already selling out.

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03.03.10

Who Wore Christian Dior Better? Daisy Lowe or Jordana Brewster

Daisy Lowe attended the unveiling of Claridge’s Christmas Tree in London last year.

The model wore a Christian Dior Resort 2010 dress with a nude underlay to show off the lace details.

Her look was a paired with an interesting Pauric Sweeney Ball Bag.

Jordana Brewster wore the same dress when she attended Kimberly Brooks’ “The Stylist Project” exhibition hosted by Vanity Fair and Dior in LA this week.

The actress paired her dress with a black satin clutch and black Jimmy Choo ‘Lace’ ankle strap patent heels.

Daisy’s looks so dishevelled in her look and the fact that she’s torn a hole in her dress is unforgivable.

Jordana is perfectly polished and respectful of the Dior dress she’s wearing so she wins for me.

On a side note, I think this dress looks much better as presented by the model with the black underlay.

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Runway To 2010 Elle Style Awards – Daisy Lowe In Miu Miu

One thing which struck me about Daisy Lowe is that she’s much taller that I expected when I saw her walk the red carpet at the 2010 Elle Style Awards.

The raven haired model wore a Miu Miu Spring 2010 print dress with a criss cross bodice.

With the detail on the bodice it made it impossible to wear a bra, so my concern was that she was bound to have a wardrobe malfunction at some point during the night.

Let’s pray it didn’t happen for her sake.

Overall it’s a cute dress, but it looked way better on the runway.

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10.12.09

2009 British Fashion Awards

I had a huge case of de ja vu looking at Victoria Beckham wearing this black long sleeved gown from her recent Spring 2010 collection.

At Elton John’s Oscar party earlier this year she wore a very similar gown.

I was really hoping she would wow me on this occasion, but she didn’t.

Whilst so many opted for black a this event, Lauren Laverne stood out wearing a Matthew Williamson Spring 2010 mini dress.

The dress was covered with intriguing embellishments of an interesting texture.

The Radio and TV presenter completed her look with two tone platform heels which complemented her dress perfectly.

Jacquetta Wheeler also stood out wearing a gorgeous floral Erdem Spring 2010 dress with a tiered skirt.

I would’ve loved it had she not worn the tights – which are understandable in this weather.

Other than that she looks amazing.

Claudia Schiffer also opted for something colourful, wearing a red printed Peter Pilotto Fall 2009 dress.

Like her fellow supermodel above, Claudia also opted for tights.

I would’ve loved for her to wear thigh-high boots like the model.

Daisy Lowe opted for sexy glamour wearing a Vivienne Westwood Spring 2010 gown, with cut-out on the sides plus a thigh-high split.

Thankfully she didn’t over accessorize, because this gown speaks for itself.

Jerry Hall gave her daughter Georgia Jagger – who won Model of the Year – a lesson in how to work the red carpet.

Jerry opted for a two-tone Chanel Fall 2009 fitted dress paired with same runway jacket.

The look suited her quite nicely, but I really objected to the zebra print heels.

Georgia braved the cold wearing a white and grey lace Vivienne Westwood dress with black strappy sandals.

Natalie Massenet – the founder of Net-A-Porter.com and theOutnet.com – must have the most enviable closet.

The stylish CEO opted for a Emanuel Ungaro Spring 2009 one-shoulder taffeta black dress with asymmetrical lines and ruffled details.

T-bar embellished heels complete the look.

Natalia Vodianova blue off-the-shoulder vintage Fortuny gown made her baby blue eyes pop.

Her look is paired with Christian Louboutin Bat Girl heels.

I love Rosamund Pike’s taupe chiffon dress which is accented with black ribbon.

A fur trimmed jacket and taupe heels complete this gorgeous look.

Kate Moss gives us nothing we haven’t seen before from her with this Dior look.

Tolula Adeyemi steps outside the box wearing a one-sleeved white Manjit Deu gown whilst carrying her favourite Louis Vuitton clutch.

I love the dramatic blue embellished sleeve and the sprinkles of details on the bodice.

I’m really admiring this girls style.

Erin O’Connor always gives off such a regal vibe on the red carpet which I love.

Her one-sleeved gown was less colourful than Tolula’s, but is was equally dramatic with the poufy shoulder detail and her long flowing skirt.

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Runway To Unveiling of the Claridge’s Christmas Tree – Daisy Lowe In Christian Dior

Last night in London Daisy Lowe attended the unveiling of Claridge’s Christmas Tree.

The tree design was created by John Galliano, so it should be no surprised that the young model is wearing a piece from John Galliano’s Christian Dior Resort 2010 collection.

The surprise is that she made this lace Dior dress look so ordinary.

As with most things Dior and McQueen related, I’m going to refer to Dita von Teese.

Without a shadow of a doubt, Dita would’ve worn this dress in the same coquettish manner as presented on the runway.

I do like the way Daisy wore the dress with a nude underlay to show off the lacey details, but that’s were the love ends for me.

Daisy completed her look with an interesting Pauric Sweeney Ball Bag.

Here’s is John Galliano’s pan-Asian design inspired by his Fall 2009 collection. The tree features turquoise, silver and crystal sparkling leaves, orchids and a leopard.

This is the first time in Claridge’s hotel 112-year history that it’s teamed up with a fashion designer to create it’s Christmas tree.

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