Leona Lewis In Milly – Oxford Street Christmas Lights Switch On

The Oxford Street christmas lights switching-on ceremony took place on a cold bonfire night, with Leona Lewis and Robbie Williams performing for the crowds.

Leona wore a black embellished bustier top, black pants and black platform shoes, but glowed wearing a Milly ‘Alexis’ Fall 2012 coat.

Her double-breasted coat with black resin buttons and a bracelet sleeve looks super cosy.

The vibrant chartreuse hue of her coat was matching with an equally bold pink lip colour and red nail polish.

Loving everything about this look excluding the high side ponytail.

You can buy Leona’s Milly coat from Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, CUSP, Nordstrom, and UK.

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Leona Lewis In Claire Pettibone – An Evening With Leona Lewis And Friends To Benefit Hopefield Animal Sanctuary

Leona Lewis hosted an evening to benefit the Hopefield Animal Sanctuary in LA this weekend.

The British singer, who’s often hit or miss on the red carpet, was a hit on this occasion, dress-wise.

She donned a Claire Pettibone gown.

The designer known for her bridal gowns created this beautiful embellished gown with flutter sleeves and a plunging neckline for the singer.

I like the candy-pink lips, but I’m not sure I like the casual ponytail with her elegant gown.

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Who Wore Diane von Furstenberg Better? Rosario Dawson or Leona Lewis

Rosario Dawson wore a stand out Diane von Furstenberg ‘Judith’ draped sequin wrap dress with a revealing thigh-high split on the red carpet at the 2011 Vanity Fair Oscar Party in West Hollywood back in February.

The actress wore her hair in a chic chignon, but lets herself down with grey pumps.

Leona Lewis wore the same dress last night when she performed at Tony Bennett’s 85th birthday celebrations in London.

The British singer looked divine with bold red lips, whilst opted opting to sweep her hair to one-side.

Her footwear choice was equally just as bad as Rosario’s and as she opted for square-toe pumps.

Whilst I prefer Leona’s makeup, Rosario wins for me as I like how she tied the belt around the body to give the look some shape.

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Leona Lewis In Lucy In Disguise – 2011 GQ Men Of The Year Awards

Leona Lewis was also at the 2011 GQ Men Of The Year Awards held at The Royal Opera House in London last night.

The gorgeous singer chose a sleeveless white Lucy In Disguise Fall 2011 dress with a fringed skirt.

Her vintage-inspired dress was paired with red accessories which included a large red clutch and red heels.

Red and white on the red carpet is seemingly becoming a red carpet trend.

Leona wore her long hair down in pretty soft curls and continued the red theme by adding a bold scarlet lipstick.

She’s had a bit of a bumpy ride in the style department lately and this ensemble is a step in the right direction.

I’m also glad to see her mid-section covered up and no wide corset belt.

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Leona Lewis In Tata Naka – BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra’s Hackney Weekend Launch

Every time I see Leona Lewis wearing a cropped top, it does make me chuckle considering there was a time she couldn’t live without a corset belt.

The singer helped launch BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra’s Hackney weekend at the Hackney Empire today in London.

It looks like she may have put her design career on hold (thankfully), because she opted for a Tata Naka Fall 2011 ensemble.

Her long sleeved scallop crop top was teamed with a knee-length skirt with the same scallop edge.

Coral suede pumps, rosy cheeks and pink lips completed her look.

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Leona Lewis – 25th Anniversary Genesis Awards

The 25th Anniversary Genesis Awards was held at The Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Century City, California this weekend.

Leona Lewis was one of the many guest stars to attend the event.

The British pop star opted for a black one-shoulder dress with a horse print and white fringed detailing.

I can only assume this dress is self designed by Leona.

You may remember earlier this year that Leona has sported many self-designed looks on the red carpet.

These quirky designs are from her own ethical clothing range.

Leona hopes to launch her eco-friendly fashion collection sometime in the very near future.

We won’t be holding our breaths.

Whilst I don’t like the dress, I love the attitude.

Blunt bangs, black peep-toe pumps and a patriotic sequined clutch complete Leona’s look.

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