Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Lily Cole posed on the red carpet at InStyle & HFPA’s annual event during the 2011 Toronto Film Festival last month wearing a Giles Fall 2011 dress.

The model/actress teamed her long-sleeved dress featuring Paul Delaroche’s painting of ‘The Execution of Lady Jane Grey’ with a black waistband and eggplant pumps.

Pixie Geldof wore the same dress when she sat front row at the Giles Spring 2012 presentation in London a few days later.

The social butterfly tied her hair back into a loose bun and accessorized with gold bag and black Miu Miu peep-toes.

I love that Pixie wore her hair off her shoulders to show off the details on her dress, but I think this dress works better on someone statuesque like Lily.

Lily’s eggplant coloured heels also complement the dress better so she wins for me.

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Lily Cole posed on the red carpet at the InStyle & The HFPA’s Annual Event during the 2011 Toronto Film Festival yesterday.

The model and actress wore a Giles Fall 2011 dress.

Her long-sleeved dress features Paul Delaroche’s painting of ‘The Execution of Lady Jane Grey.’

A thin black belt nips in her tiny waist.

Lily completed her look with a pair of studded eggplant heels.

I’m not fond of this look as Lily is not selling it to me.  I find this totally ironic considering she’s a model and it should come naturally to her.

Her hairstyle is doing nothing for me either.

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Lily Cole attended The Global Party launch held at the Natural History Museum in London last night.

The flame-haired model chose an orange Bottega Veneta Fall 2011 dress which features a black lace overlay and elbow-length oversized sleeves.

Lily added a rust-coloured belt to cinch the dress at the waist, a simple black clutch and a killer pair of lime green Prada strappy snakeskin heels to her look.

I like the addition of the belt, which prevents the look from overwhelming her tiny frame and it give the look some shape.

I do wish she had done something a bit more sophisticated with her hair.

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You all hated disliked Keira Knightley’s Rodarte dress, so what are your feelings on the other stars who walked the red carpet at the 2011 Jameson Empire Awards in London last night?

Noomi Rapace becomes the latest celeb to fall in love with those Christian Louboutin ‘Daffodile’ platform pumps or as some of you have called them – stripper heels.

Her heels do brighten up her Viktor & Rolf LBD which she teams with a gold trimmed Alexander McQueen clutch.

Olivia Williams wore a Julien Macdonald nude halter dress with gold embellishments.

Neutral make-up, gold tassel earrings and Jimmy Choo heels completed her look.

Ophelia Lovibond opted for a two-tone Paule Ka dress.

I loved her accessories which included an Alexander McQueen skull detailed peep-toes – which she oddly teamed with white tights – and a Mulberry Lily metallic leather shoulder bag.

Teased tresses completed her look.

Model Lily Cole showed off her mile high legs in a canary yellow Prada sleeveless mini dress.

Her bright flirty dress was teamed with Miu Miu black and white sandals and jeweled headband.

I still can’t get used to her with dark hair.

Even with the white tights I have to say Ophelia is my favourite here. I love her 60s vibe.

Not a black pump in sight. How very refreshing.

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Poor Sophie sitting next to me just had the fright of her life when I shrieked “OMG” just now.

My outburst came from looking at this picture of Lily Cole wearing an Alexander McQueen Spring 2010 reptile dress to “The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus” Tokyo premiere.

Whilst Olivia Wilde is picking the consumer friendly pieces from this collection, Lily opted for this bold mini dress that screams “Look At Me”.

Lily is the perfect person to wear this reptile dress, she has beautifully strange features plus her legs go one for days.

Red strappy Jimmy Choo “Keenan” sandals are worn instead of the impossible to wear Armadillo heels.

My only bug-bear about this look is that she would have looked amazing with her hair pulled tightly back. Seeing the full shape of her face would’ve added to the overall drama of this look.

Do you love it?

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Gare Du Nord Train Station, Paris

I love it when Victoria Beckham is in Europe, as we get to see so much of her.

The fashion designer was spotted hopping off the Eurostar at Gare Du Nord station in Paris earlier today.

The woman famed for wearing sunglasses this time hid behind her Loewe Pre-Fall 2009 hat, whilst wearing a black leather trench coat, Trib Two’s and Loewe Paloma 29 bag which we’ve seen her carrying before.

Only VB would dare sport this look.

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Lily Cole certainly has the legs to pull off this striped Jean Paul Gaultier Fall 2009 Couture short suit.

I just don’t get the matching thigh-high boots.

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America Ferrera looked stunning wearing a Proenza Schouler black wool cut-out dress.

I love everything about this look from the cut of the dress, to her beehive hairstyle and her metallic peep-toes.

She may tend to wear a lot of black, but she always looks so well put together.

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Lake Bell always looks so sexy, even when she’s not trying.

The actress smolders wearing a Narciso Rodriguez royal blue crepe dress with the trademark criss cross straps.

Her look is paired with Narciso Rodriguez black suede strap sandals, and bubblegum pink lips.

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Rachel Weisz also opted for a pop of blue wearing this belted dress with flutter sleeves.

I love the look, but the peek-a-boo bra distracts me from loving this look.

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