Red Carpet Fashion Awards

I’m sure you can guess tomorrow’s WWIB? poll.

Alexa Chung joined fellow Brit Keira Knightley in the front row of Chanel’s Spring 2011 presentation this morning.

The TV presenter opted for a navy Resort 2011 tweed dress with a sheer embroidered panel.

As she’s not one to often wear heels, I’m not surprised to see her wearing black leather loafers.

Leigh Lezark opted for the most elaborate look of all the stars in the front row.

The DJ wore a white embroidered Chanel Fall 2010 sleeveless dress with a furry skirt.

I would’ve given her maximum points had she opted for the furry boots as well.

Lily Allen turned her Chanel Fall 2010 look in the perfect maternity ensemble as it flattered her beautifully.

Despite the gloomy day in Paris Rachel Bilson opted for a colourful Chanel print dress which has the same print from the Resort 2011 collection.

She opted to wear her summery dress with gladiator boots, an All Saint leather jacket and a red Chanel bag.

Lily is my favourite here.

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Lily Allen attended the premiere for “Tamara Drewe” in London yesterday to support her mother, Alison Owen who was the producer of this movie.

Lily is currently pregnant with boyfriend Sam Cooper’s child, but that’s no reason to slack off on the red carpet.

If Ali Larter and Christina Applegate can look pregnant and fabulous on the red carpet, Lily can too, but she didn’t.

She wore a floral trimmed long black dress with puffy sleeves which she paired with YSL heels.

I’m guessing this dress from her vintage boutique, ‘Lucy In Disguise’.

I find this dress to be very unflattering, but I’m mesmerized by her bangs. Not only are they cut dead straight, but not one single hair is out of place.

What do you think of Lily maternity look?

Chic or shabby?

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“Just Be Good To Green” is a song by British recording artist Professor Green from his second studio album, “Alive Till I’m Dead”.

The single samples the 1983 single by The S.O.S. Band, “Just Be Good to Me”.

In this version pop singer Lily Allen sings the chorus wearing the Louis Vuitton Pre-Fall 2010 poncho we’ve seen worn by Kate Hudson and a Chanel Pre-Fall 2010 dress.

I really hated the poncho on Kate, but it looks really good on Lily, which just goes to show it’s not what you wear but how you wear it.

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Here are just a few of the looks from the 2010 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards which was held at Berkeley Square in London last night.

Lily Allen used to be the belle of these balls. Now she just fades into the background.

Her black Chanel Pre-Fall 2010 dress with sheer sleeves is nice, but forgettable.

Amanda Holden looks nice in her white strapless dress, but I really dislike her mis-match accessories.

Naomie Harris looked stunning in her black and gold embellished dress which has an Egyptian feel to it.

I’m not sure what Diana Vickers is wearing, because I can’t get past those god-awful vintage Ossie Clarke shoes.

“Sheer Infusion Newcomer” Alexandra Burke also opted for an ethnic-inspired black and gold look.

Her beaded black velvet cape was perfectly accessorized with gold jewels and a stunning armlet.

New mum Denise van Outen wore a very summery Alexander McQueen dress, which she paired with silver pumps and a black Chanel bag.

“Radio Personality of the Year” Fearne Cotton opted for a bold colour in this tomato red Roland Klein sheer dress with black studded pumps.

“UK TV Actress of the Year” Billie Piper wore a long black lace trimmed dress which she paired with gold accessories and a stunning Lara Bohnic clutch.

Pixie Lott was my least favourite at this event.  Normally she’s more inspiring.

The same goes for Kelly Rowland.  Her Roberto Cavalli LBD and black pumps combo is just tres boring for me.

More exciting looks to follow…

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Last night Lily Allen was one of the many performers at the 2010 Brit Awards in London.

She walked the red carpet sporting an Anna Wintour style bob and a Chanel Pre-Fall 2010 black gown.

The black gown itself is exquisite.

I love the high red embroidered neckline and the jeweled detail on the waist, but this gown is too grand for Lily Allen.

Cate Blanchett and Erin O’Connor would’ve looked so statuesque in this gown, but Lily barely pulls it off.

Sometimes I get the Chanel Lily collabo, but on this occasion it didn’t quite work for me.

Cute bob though.

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