Runway To Wembley Stadium – Girls Aloud In Preen


Last week Cheryl Cole and her Girls Aloud band mates put on a spellbinding show at London’s Wembley Stadium supporting Coldplay.

I thought Girls Aloud supporting Coldplay was a bit strange as their music couldn’t be more different, but Chris Martin had been speaking of his admiration for Girls Aloud in an interview with Q magazine back in July.

The girls set list included their mega hits ‘Sound of the Underground’, ‘Biology’, ‘Love Machine’ and my favourite ‘Something Kinda Ooooh’.

The girls all looks beautiful wearing gorgeous pastel Preen dresses which had been modified from the runway.

Only Kimberly Walsh’s (second from the left) dress has stayed true to it’s original colour scheme, and was no doubt the inspiration for the rest of the modifications.

Do you prefer the modified dresses or the originals?

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28.08.09

Kimberly Walsh & Cheryl Cole’s New Look, Because They’re Worth It

Whilst other girl bands have come and gone, Girls Aloud are still going strong. Musically, style-wise and now the endorsements are flooding in.

This week Kimberly Walsh was announced as the face of British retailer ‘New Look’.

She appears in their Fall 2009 ad campaign showing off her famous beautiful curves wearing a sexy trench coat, red hat paired with a lumberjack shirt and bell-bottom jeans. A chunky knit cardigan paired with skinny jeans, and a skinny jeans paired with a sparkling navy jacket.

I think it’s a nice fit, as she’s so down to earth.

The national favourite Cheryl Cole will utter those famous words, “Because you’re worth it”, as it was announced this week that she signed a deal with L’Oreal.

This will explain the plum hair which was only temporary for the shoot of the campaign, and she’s already back to her trademark brunette locks.

Cheryl is the first Brit to feature in a L’Oreal campaign since Kate Moss in 1998. The campaign will be featured on TV, billboards and magazines this autumn, as she follows in the footsteps Beyonce Knowles, Eva Longoria and Jennifer Aniston.

I really hope they don’t dub her voice, or make her sound too posh when she delivers that famous line. Cheryl wouldn’t be Cheryl without her Geordie accent.

“Cheryl is a glamorous, stylish and talented young woman whose warmth and charm have captivated the nation and helped to establish her as an inspiration to women throughout the U.K.,” stated Gayle Tait, general manager of L’Oréal Paris UK and Ireland.

“Cheryl’s striking beauty and much admired hair make her the perfect ambassadress for L’Oréal Paris UK.”

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Who Wore Adam Better? Kimberley Walsh or Kelly Rowland

Cheryl Cole stole the limelight – as she should have – at her 26th birthday party at the Vanilla club earlier this month which her band mate Kimberley Walsh was invited to.

Kimberley wore the now sold-out bubblegum pink Adam sleeveless playsuit with a draped collar.

She accessorized her look with a black leather belt, a Chanel quilted bag and black peep-toes.

Kelly Rowland wore the same playsuit in Las Vegas as she hosted “A Night At Tao” in the Venetian Casino Resort.

She didn’t wear a belt, but did accessorize with multiple bracelets and silver necklaces.

Ankle booties completed her look.

Kelly’s creased playsuit and untidy collar really lets her down, and I hate the ankle boots with this look.

Kimberley’s belt adds a little sophistication to the look so she wins for me.

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Runway To Cheryl Cole’s 26 Birthday Party – Cheryl Cole in Alexander McQueen

Last night X Factor judge and Girls Aloud singer Cheryl Cole celebrated her 26th birthday at Vanilla Club in London.

The birthday girl was center of attention – as she should be – wearing a ombré fringed Alexander McQueen sleeveless dress with nude embroidered mesh panel on the bodice.

This is a very different look for the star desperate to shake off her WAG image.

Despite the dress leaving very little to the imagination and evoking images of ice-skaters at the winter Olympics, I think she just manages to pull it off, with her hair pulled tightly back and the complementary nude Christian Louboutin Prive slingbacks.

For some reason I have a feeling a lot of you will hate it.

When it comes to Terri Seymour I absolutely love her vibrant blue Versace Spring 2009 one-shoulder mini dress.

She always picks pieces that show-off her assets…her legs.

Apart from the colour I love the bell-shape of the skirt, the simple silver jewels and even her grey YSL Trib Two slingbacks with complete this stunning look.

You may remember that Donatella Versace wore this same dress recently, but she modified the skirt.

Girls Aloud band-mate Nicola Roberts attended the party wearing a mint green linen Paul & Joe Resort 2009 dress with white trim ruffle sleeves and matching mint peep-toe shoes and a black satin Chanel bag.

I adore this look. One of my favourites on a very slow week.

Kimberley Walsh joins fellow bandmate Nicola Roberts to celebrate Cheryl Cole’s 26th birthday standing out in a bright pink Adam sleeveless silk playsuit cinched at the waist with a retro black belt to match her peep-toe heels and Chanel shoulder bag.

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Who Wore Roberto Cavalli Better? Kimberley Walsh or Shu Qi

At this years Brit Awards, Kimberley Walsh arrived with her Girls Aloud band mates, wearing a white plunging Roberto Cavalli Spring 2009 gown, with gold chain trims.

She looked so glamourous, and sexy with the cut-out details showing off her sun-kissed skin.

Taiwanese actress Shu Qi attended the Inglourious Basterds Premiere during Cannes Film Festival wearing the same dress, but for me having much less impact, despite looking beautiful in the gown.

Kimberley’s curves make this dress so much more appealing, so she wins for me.


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13.03.09 In Her Closet

In Kimberley Walsh’s Closet – Marc by Marc Jacobs


Cheryl Cole’s band mate Kimberley Walsh also climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of Comic Relief.

Kimberley also went to meet the Prime Minster last night. She wore a grey Marc by Marc Jacobs Lydia frilled dress, with she matched her dress with black tights, and black peep-toe heels.

The jersey dress has ruffle edge detail throughout, black banded adjustable waist, tiered layer skirt, boatneck collar. You can dress this up or down to suit any occasion, when you purchase it from Net-A-Porter’s US site for only $180, or the international site for £230/€300.

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