Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Florence Welch opened the Harrods sale on Wednesday, much to the delight of her fans and bargain hunters.

The flame-haired star arrived on a vintage double-decker bus, rather than the traditional horse-drawn carriage, before performing ‘What the Water Gave Me’ from her acclaimed album, ‘Ceremonials’.

The singer donned a black Chanel Fall 2012 gown with a wool cape.

I don’t know about you, but I find this look too sombre and very depressing.

It looks like she’s going to a funeral, not celebrating the opening of the most anticipated sale in the UK.

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I was sure you were going to vote Lady Gaga as your favourite entertainer of the year, but that honour went to Florence Welch.

Ever since she burst onto the scene we haven’t been able to get enough of Florence’s style.

Whether she’s on stage or off duty, her bold choices have captivated not only us, but also Frida Giannini of Gucci, who designed Florence’s summer tour wardrobe.

We love how Florence effortlessly combines 70s style with a quaint simplicity.

On stage she is electric, opting for floaty, dramatic pieces which very much become part of her performance.

Aside fro Gucci, Florence has favoured designers such as Naeem Khan, Elie Saab and YSL this year.

Runner up: Lady Gaga

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Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine performed at Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, California, for the 22nd Annual KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas.

The British singer seems to be developing quite a crush on Naeem Khan’s designs as she wore another look from his Fall 2011 collection.

On this occasion she wore a paisley-print chiffon caftan which dominated the stage.

The vibrant fall colours are perfectly complementary to her porcelain skin and flame-red hair, which, some of you will be sad to hear, is still styled in a centred parting.

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Florence Welch had three wardrobe changes for her performances at VH1’s Divas Celebrate Soul event, which was held at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City last night.

The most uncharacteristic was her Emilio Pucci embellished dress from the Fall 2011 collection.

Usually Florence performs in gowns, so this festive ornate velvet dress is quite a departure from her recognisable style.

The glamorous dress, which is elegantly offset with crystal embellishments, was teamed with plum ankle-strap pumps.

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Estelle wasn’t the only British female powerhouse singer to hit the red carpet at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City last night for VH1’s Divas Celebrate Soul event.

Florence Welch was also in attendance wearing an Antonio Berardi Spring 2012 dress.

The floaty nude chiffon rise and fall dress with leather embroidered details was teamed with nude ankle-strap pumps.

She looks heavenly as always, but a colour pop via her shoes would’ve been welcome; perhaps some would argue that her gorgeous flame hair was enough.

What do you think?

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Florence Welch was spotted making her way to the BBC studios in Maida Vale, London to record a live performance for BBC Radio 1′s ‘Live Lounge’ earlier today.

The singer wore a Vilshenko Fall 2011 dress with a navy coat, a matching hat and a Mulberry Polly Push lock bag.

I was first introduced to Vilshenko back in April whilst attending the Starworks Fall 2011 Press Preview.

The Russian folklore prints with a modern Western luxurious twist are instantly recognisable by their vibrant colours plus the collection is totally unique when it comes to celebrity dressing.

They seem to have a big fan in Florence, as this is the third time she has worn a look from this collection.

She can go from bohemian to glamazon at the flick of a switch and wear them equally well. This is why we are constantly captivated by her style.

You can buy Florence’s Mulberry Polly Push Lock bag from Selfridges.com.

Florence + the Machine singer covered Drake and Rihanna’s song “Take Care” for Live Lounge. Check out the video above.

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