Florence Welch In Miu Miu – ‘The Great Gatsby’ World Premiere

Florence Welch In Miu Miu - ‘The Great Gatsby’ New York Premiere

Florence Welch joined Carey Mulligan on the red carpet on Wednesday night for ‘The Great Gatsby’ world premiere held at Avery Fisher Hall at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City.

After wearing Prada on Tuesday evening, she selected Miu Miu on this occasion.

Her navy silk-crepe long-sleeved Fall 2013 gown not only features sparkling paillette embroidery on the capelet and neck-tie, but also features a sexy open back and central slit.

Keeping the blue Miu Miu train rolling, the singer styled her look with a royal-blue Miu Miu leather gold-framed bag and navy-and-silver trim and Sorellina rings.

The colour is perfect for her porcelain complexion and, like Carey, Florence also opted for a barely there makeup look.

When it comes to eveningwear Miuccia has more misses than hits. This is a certified rare hit.

Do you prefer Florence’s bedazzled look over the runway version?

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01.05.13

Catherine Martin and Miuccia Prada ‘The Great Gatsby’ Dresses Opening Exhibit

Catherine Martin and Miuccia Prada ‘The Great Gatsby’ Dresses Opening Exhibit

There were many more celebs who joined Carey Mulligan and Katy Perry for the special exhibition of selected costumes designed by Miuccia Prada and costume designer Catherine Martin for Baz Luhrmann’s upcoming film adaptation of ‘The Great Gatsby’ in New York City yesterday evening.

Alexa Chung: Fresh off the plane from her Vogue Festival London trip, the jet-setting TV presenter wore a black Miu Miu crewneck tunic featuring some gold detailing. Black loafers and a black clutch accessorized her outfit, with barely there makeup completing her effortless look.

Maggie Gyllenhaal: The indie actress stands out here wearing a bright-white Prada dress with ruffled details on the bodice and cuffs. Maggie’s choices are often hit or miss. This for me is a hit, although I’m not a huge fan of the platform sandals.

Florence Welch: Is it me, or does Florence’s Prada look have a touch of Saint Laurent about it? Maybe it’s the suit-and-hat combo which has now become synonymous with the brand. As always this is a stellar chic look from the British singer.

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Florence Welch In Christopher Kane – NME Awards 2013

Florence Welch In Christopher Kane - NME Awards 2013

Florence Welch attended the NME Awards 2013 at the Troxy in London on Wednesday evening.

The singer wore a Christopher Kane Pre-Fall 2013 dress for the ceremony; where she took home the ‘Best Solo Artist’ and ‘Best Dancefloor Anthem’ awards.

Her blue full-length tulle and velvet floral dress does an amazing job of elongating Florence’s 5ft 9in frame.

The colour is electric; the style is very unique and overall it’s a huge improvement on her look at the same event this time last year.

A simple updo and chain accented handbag completed her look.

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Florence Welch In Givenchy Couture – 2013 Grammy Awards

Florence Welch In Givenchy Couture  GrammysFlorence Welch, who’s a lover of the dramatic and detailed, didn’t disappoint in a head-to-toe emerald green look at Sunday’s 2013 Grammy Awards at the Los Angeles Staples Center.

The dual nominee walked the red carpet in a custom gown that was modified from a Givenchy Fall 2009 Couture design.

Offering a fresh and oversized spin on the studded trend, the gown lit up the night’s events with a full-on sequined design. Adding a sultry element to the dress was a thigh-grazing slit that showed just the right amount of skin.

The singer accessorized with matching green strappy sandals and a box clutch, also by Givenchy. In addition to a bevy of rings, the look was finished with gilded nails, a moody red lip colour and face-framing strands of the singer’s famous red locks.

 

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24.12.12 Best Of

Entertainer of 2012 – Florence Welch

Florence Welch was your Entertainer of the Year 2012, even though her bangs bothered you earlier this year.

The flame-haired Brit, who’s taken the US by storm, kick started her fashionable year gracing the January 2012 cover of American Vogue.

To further prove her fashion credentials, this formidable fashion contender, who tops many best dressed lists with her quirky, modern take on hippy, ‘70s style dressing, captured the attention of Gucci’s Creative Director Frida Giannini: Giannini created the wardrobe for the singer’s Ceremonials’ world tour for the second year in a row.

On the rare occasions Florence was not wearing Gucci, her style ranged from free flowing pieces on stage to mix print separates which made us stand up and take notice.

No matter what she wore, she always looks elegant and effortless.

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