Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Mischa Barton and Fearne Cotton were out in LA this weekend filming series 2 of Fearne’s TV show “Fearne And…” which is shown in the UK on ITV2.

Hopefully she won’t be as gushy as she was last during the series. I would like to see her ask the celebs more intense questions.

Fearne let the home side down by wearing a granny-esqe floral maxi dress with tan boots and a green bag.

It was surprisingly Mischa who decided on a more cleaned up, chic look. Even her extensions pass on this occasion.

She looked quite cute wearing a peachy pussy-bow blouse with tan suede shorts and Zara lace-up wedges which I’m wearing right now by coincidence.

If this was a style battle, Mischa wins hands down.

As a presenter Fearne rightly didn’t outshine her guest, but she could’ve made more of an effort.

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Here are just a few of the looks from the 2010 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards which was held at Berkeley Square in London last night.

Lily Allen used to be the belle of these balls. Now she just fades into the background.

Her black Chanel Pre-Fall 2010 dress with sheer sleeves is nice, but forgettable.

Amanda Holden looks nice in her white strapless dress, but I really dislike her mis-match accessories.

Naomie Harris looked stunning in her black and gold embellished dress which has an Egyptian feel to it.

I’m not sure what Diana Vickers is wearing, because I can’t get past those god-awful vintage Ossie Clarke shoes.

“Sheer Infusion Newcomer” Alexandra Burke also opted for an ethnic-inspired black and gold look.

Her beaded black velvet cape was perfectly accessorized with gold jewels and a stunning armlet.

New mum Denise van Outen wore a very summery Alexander McQueen dress, which she paired with silver pumps and a black Chanel bag.

“Radio Personality of the Year” Fearne Cotton opted for a bold colour in this tomato red Roland Klein sheer dress with black studded pumps.

“UK TV Actress of the Year” Billie Piper wore a long black lace trimmed dress which she paired with gold accessories and a stunning Lara Bohnic clutch.

Pixie Lott was my least favourite at this event.  Normally she’s more inspiring.

The same goes for Kelly Rowland.  Her Roberto Cavalli LBD and black pumps combo is just tres boring for me.

More exciting looks to follow…

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Frankie Sandford of UK girl group “The Saturday’s” is probably one of the best dressed of the group.

Minus her black heels, I loved her look at the “Sony Radio Academy Awards” held in London last night.

She wore a cream Aqua one shoulder peplum dress which suited her slightly edgy style.

Shingai Shoniwa opted for a really interesting black ensemble which included a fur cape, black harem pants and a stunning top with a sheer panel and sculptural detail.

I’m not a fan of Fearne Cotton’s but I always appreciated her red carpet style. Sadly her maxi dress isn’t really saying much.

Some better accessories could’ve made all the difference.

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TV and radio presenter Fearne Cotton wore a Olivia Rubin Spring 2010 dress to the Brit Awards Shortlist Party at the O2 Arena in London earlier this week.

She teamed the dress with a pair of tights from House Of Holland’s Pretty Polly range with “Wanna Party” written up the back.

We’re used to seeing Fearne in quirky pieces and although I’m not normally a fan of comedy accessories, these tights seemed event (and person) appropriate.

I love this shade of blue on Fearne, and really like how the black waistband cinches her in.

Fearne is a fan of this designer and we have seen her in Olivia Rubin before.

Red lips and curls completed her look.

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The Q Awards

Pixie Lott looked adorable wearing a Gucci Fall 2009 black and silver dress, with black feathered detail on the shoulders.

She opted out of the runway belt, which actually works much better for her.

Surprisingly I don’t mind the tights here.

It’s been a very long while since we last saw Corinne Bailey Rae on the red carpet – February 2008 to be precise.

She’s bounced back from her grief to return to the red carpet looking sensational wearing a black and forest green striped Moschino Cheap & Chic Fall 2009 dress with black ankle strapped heels.

I love the dress, but I’m so jealous of her hair.

I wish mine would blow-out like that.

I’m not a Lily Allen fan by any stretch of the imagination, but I do love the new shag.

I’m going to the hair salon later today, so I may take this picture along for inspirational.

I also like Lily’s simple look in which she wore a long-sleeved ivory beaded dress with black leggings.

She completed her look with YSL sculpted platform pumps.

Sophie Ellis Bextor and her husband Richard Jones walked the red carpet together, as they often do.

Sophie wore a black Dolce & Gabbana velvet and satin dress with voluminous shoulders which we’ve seen on the red carpet before.

She completed her look with Christian Louboutin Eugenie heels and a snake-print clutch.

As always Sophie oozes class and sophistication.

I can deal with Fearne Cotton’s Olivia Rubin embroidered tulip peplum dress, but her leopard print ankle boots are just hideous.

Amy Winehouse attended with her god-daughter Dionne Bromfield.

Amy seemed to be in good spirits showing her new…pink Preen dress.

My…hasn’t she grown since being out of the spotlight.

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Posted by Catherine Kallon on October 27th, 2009 In: Amy Winehouse, Corinne Bailey Rae, Fearne Cotton, Gucci, Lily Allen, Moschino Cheap & Chic, Pixie Lott, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, The Q Awards




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