Red Carpet Fashion Awards

RTS Programme Awards Red Carpet Round Up

The RTS (Royal Television Society) Programme Awards took place at Grosvenor House in London yesterday evening. They span all genres of television programming, from soaps to history, children’s fiction to comedy performance, recognising exceptional actors, presenters, writers and production teams as well as the programmes themselves.

Anna Shaffer: Anna stood out for obvious reasons: not because she was bang on trend wearing black-and-white, but more because her Osman Yousefzada colour-block dress with split sleeves is very similar to the jumpsuit Beyonce Knowles wore to the 2013 Grammy Awards. Styling the look with side-swept glossy locks and black accessories, she added a touch of glamour via her red lip colour.

Kym Marsh: At first I thought the Coronation Street actress was wearing a Herve Leger gown, but her fitted bandage dress with a chiffon train was designed by Elle Luna. Always one to stand out on a red carpet, she completed her look with a swept-up bouffant and dramatic kohl-rimmed eyes.

Natalie Gumede: The talented Coronation Street actress wore a very familiar Issa gown, featuring the signature twist front and plunging neckline. The colour is heavenly against her skin tone and I love the addition of a gold clutch, but as always I have hair envy.

Jenni Falconer: The TV presenter, who hasn’t changed her hairstyle in over 10 years, wore a Tabitha Webb LBD with an asymmetrical neckline. The red waistband matched the red lining of the dress, and Jenni added more red to her look via her satin clutch and nail polish. Black sequinned pumps completed her look. You may remember that Miranda Kerr wore this same dress in yellow earlier this year.

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Jenni Falconer walked the red carpet at “The Prince’s Trust Celebrate Success Awards” in London yesterday.

The GMTV presenter who wears an even mix of high-street and high-end, this time opted for an Alberta Ferretti Pre-Fall 2009 dress.

Her blue floral Alberta Ferretti cap sleeved silk dress was paired with tights and black heels.

It was a fairly mild day in London yesterday, so Jenni could really have ditched the tights to add more of a spring time feel to her look.

You may remember that Sandra Bullock wore this same dress back in June on the Today Show with Matt Lauer.

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This week Jenni Falconer attended the “Elemis 20th Anniversary” in partnership with “Mothers4Children” charity in London.

The GMTV presenter can often be seen in high-street clothes, but just as often she opts for designer pieces like this grey Julien Macdonald Fall 2009 dress.

The wool jersey mini dress has peaked shoulders and leather details to give the dress a bit of an edge.

I don’t hate the tights, but they do make the shoes hard to view.

Jenni is a normal girl like us who just happens to be on TV.

As someone who watches GMTV every morning, I’ve seen Jenni wear this before. But as we all know she’s not afraid to repeat.

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TV Presenter Jenni Falconer is a regular on the London party scene considering her job starts so early on GMTV.

Her red carpet looks are a mixture of high-end designer and high-street. She goes from Alberta Ferretti gowns for a premiere to Topshop for a launch party.

She was recently spotted wearing a charcoal sequined embellished Topshop Boutique Ice Skater dress which has 3/4 length sleeves and a jagged hem.

Jenni obviously loves her dress so much that in the space of 2 weeks she has worn it to 3 different events, each time pairing her dress with sexy black heels and a black clutch.

Her dress is available to purchase from Topshop for £120.

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Mischa Barton in Osman Yousefzada Fall 2009

Lucy Benjamin in Matthew Williamson Resort 2009

Louise Redknapp in Sonia Rykiel Spring 2009

Jamie Winstone in Chanel Pre-Fall 2009

Hannah Murray in Collette Dinnigan Fall 2008

Jenni Falconer in Ashley Isham Fall 2008

Kaya Scodelario in Collette Dinnigan Fall 2008

Alexa Chung in Luella Fall 2009

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