Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Chime For Change The Sound Of Change Live 2

Gucci’s new global campaign saw some of the world’s most celebrated artists come together today at London’s Twickenham stadium for the ‘Chime For Change: The Sound Of Change Live’ concert event which is aimed to raise funds and awareness for girls’ and women’s issues globally.

The royal box and media room saw many of Gucci’s brand ambassadors from around the world together to support this worthy cause.

Blake Lively: With an arm stacked full of Lorraine Schwartz colourful bracelets and hot-pink Christian Louboutin pumps with a gold toe-cap, Mrs Reynolds opted to wear a stark white mini Gucci frock with a cape. Her hairstyle is the one thing preventing me from loving this look from head-to-toe.

Freida Pinto: With a touch of Saturday Night Fever; the Indian actress opted for a tailored white Gucci suit with black lapels styled with Gucci accessories including a bright-bit coral clutch.

Jessica Chastain: The actress, who was co-presenting with James Franco, wore a black Gucci Fall 2013 frock with a lace yoke, which was shorter than the same look that took to the runway. Adding an edge to her frock, she wore spiked Christian Louboutin ‘Pigalle’ pumps.

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Best Dressed of the Day Freida Pinto

My best dressed of the day in association with was a very clear winner: Freida Pinto in Sanchita.

She inspired a selection of shoes, including the MICHAEL Michael Kors rhinestone-accented caged booties for their complementary colour and contemporary edge, and the Gianvito Rossi crystal-accented ankle-strap heels for being sexy and dripping with bling, much like Freida’s side-slit gown.

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Freida Pinto - 'Jeune & Jolie' Cannes Film Festival Premiere

Freida Pinto had her second night out during Cannes Film Festival for the premire of ‘Jeune & Jolie’ held at the Palais des Festivals in France this evening.

The Indian actress wore a custom gown by Indian designer Sanchita featuring a side slit, intricate beading throughout and dragonfly embroidered details which also accented her silky updo.

Over the two nights, I have to say I adore this look, from the overall styling to the warm subtle hue and makeup which tonight consists of a vivid red lip colour.

Jimmy Choo ‘Lance’ sandals and a Swarovski clutch round out her look.

I’m glad she gave this up-and-coming designer a chance to shine on the world stage.

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Freida Pinto's 'The Great Gatsby' Cannes Film Festival Premeire Gucci Gown Sketch

Last night Gucci dressed Freida Pinto for the premiere of The Great Gatsby on the opening night of the 66th Annual Cannes International Film Festival.

Here is an exclusive sketch showcasing Freida one of a king Gucci coral silk chiffon halter gown with fully embellished belt.

The India actress is set to work with Gucci once again because on June 1, Freida will be among the presenters at ‘The Sound of Change Live,’ a global concert event taking place at London’s Twickenham Stadium which will be broadcast around the world.

The concert event, headlined by Beyonce Knowles, will be presented by CHIME FOR CHANGE, the recently launched global campaign founded by Gucci, which serves to raise funds and awareness for girls’ and women’s empowerment.

Go to for more details on the concert event.

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Freida Pinto In Gucci - ‘The Great Gatsby’ Premiere & Cannes Film Festival Opening Ceremony

This is the one I was waiting for. Freida Pinto more than lived up to my expectations this evening while attending ‘The Great Gatsby’ Cannes Film Festival premiere, which also serves as the Opening Ceremony.

The Indian actress wore a one-of-a-kind Gucci coral silk chiffon halter gown which was accented with gold-embellished belt and styled with complementary open-toe shoes.

Adding more gold to her look, she selected Chopard earrings which were on full display thanks to her braided updo.

I love the Bollywood feel to this look with the bright colour and opulent accessories.

She looked like she was having a ball on this red carpet.

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