Red Carpet Fashion Awards

It was a busy day for me yesterday because I also attended the Gucci Icon-Temporary Store Launch Party in London last night.

Gucci Creative Director Frida Giannini celebrated the opening of the new Gucci Icon-Temporary store on Earlham Street in Covent Garden, London.

This is the third stop in a four city tour for the new concept flash sneaker store.

Giannini was joined by award winning music producer and artist Mark Ronson who arrived wearing a white Gucci suit.

He collaborated on the design of a limited edition Gucci-Ronson sneaker which is available in the store.

Music was provided by The Misshapes’ Geordon Nicol & Leigh Lezark.

The Queen of New York Fashion Week was of course decked out in Gucci. She laughed when I told her that was her nickname on my blog.

She’s so petite in real life, but she has that tough “don’t mess with me” New Yorker attitude.

That tough look was very much represented in her Gucci Spring 2010 ensemble.

The all black look included a black blazer paired with black pants and a black halter top. All these pieces were accented with harness details.

She completed her look with grey Gucci ‘Sigrid’ heels also with harness details.

I asked her what did she loved more Music or Fashion. She told me she loves them equally, as she’s very passionate about both.

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Kate Bosworth walked the red carpet at “MOCA’s 30th anniversary after party” hosted by Dasha Zhukova and Pop Magazine.

She wore a black and white Proenza Schouler Spring 2010 printed mini dress.

The actress let her dress do all the talking, by pairing her dress with simple black accessories.

Leigh Lezark the Queen of Fashion Week, attended the Proenza Schouler Fall 2010 presentation during New York Fashion Week wearing the same dress.

The tights can be forgiven as it snowed this fashion week, but even without them Kate would still win for me.

She has the right attitude to pull this look off, plus she looks fresh and effortless.

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Leigh Lezark also attended “Derek Blasberg’s ‘Classy’ Book Launch Party” last night held at Barneys New York.

It seems that ‘The Queen of Fall 2010 Fashion Week’ had been taking some notes.

She wore a pearl sequined jacket with a black blouse paired with Burberry Prorsum ruched taupe pants and a Burberry Prorsum leather platform sandals, both from the Spring 2010 collection.

The DJ could’ve gone complete matchy matchy like the runway, but the black blouse breaks things up.

Not BDOTW worthy, but a great look non the less.

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Henry Holland of House of Holland has dragged Levi into 2010 by creating sexy 8-piece men’s and women’s collection for denim-brand.

The S&M-style pieces are accented with golden buckles and black denim straps which give it a quirky edgier feel.

Many of you are still wondering – like me – how Leigh Lezark gets front row seats at nearly every fashion show for 2 seasons in a row.

Well she has gained some fashion credentials by becoming the face of this collection.

Jacob Coupe also features it the look book shot by Matt Irwin.

I must say I’m in lust with this dress which I found on Luisa via Roma.

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New York Fashion Week wasn’t quite the same when it came to the front row.

Demi Moore made an appearance for Donna Karan and the Trumps were front row at Michael Kors’ but I was missing Blake Lively, Leighton Meester and even Paris Hilton who always electrified any show she attended.

As much as Melissa George and Mena Suvari tried to give her a run for her money, Leigh Lezark attended more shows during Fashion Week than any other celebrity.

From BCBG Max Azria on the first day to the last show on Thursday, Leigh has shown front row dedication in a way we haven’t seen since Sophia Bush appeared in every front row during Fall 2008 fashion week.

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