Audi and W Magazine’s Golden Globes Parties

Audi and W Magazine's Golden Globe Parties

Audi and W Magazine hosted parties to celebrate the Golden Globes on Thursday (January 9), with celebs party-hopping between the two events held at Cecconi’s Restaurant and the Chateau Marmont respectively.

Dita Von Teese: The burlesque star was at the W Magazine party decked out in signature black, working a classic Le Smoking tuxedo dress.

Joanne Froggatt: The ‘Downton Abbey’ actress opted for a lighter summery look at the Audi party, wearing an aqua-blue raffia Ermanno Scervino Spring 2015 crop top and skirt styled with silver accessories including Stuart Weitzman sandals and a Jill Milan clutch.

Salma Hayek: At the W Magazine party the Latin actress wore head-to-toe Alexander McQueen, with her fit-and-flare frock spliced with a red pattern that mimicked the brand’s signature corset belt.

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Monique Lhuillier Spring 2015 Front Row

Monique Lhuillier Front Row

The Monique Lhuillier Spring 2015 show at New York Fashion Week saw plenty of stylish stars sitting front and center on the front row.

Sophia Bush: The stylish star wore a black high neck dress with cap sleeves and a sheer embroidered overlay from the designer’s Fall/Winter 2014 collection. She paired the some funky jewels, a white box clutch and a pair of aqua pumps. Because of the dress’s formal, dramatic nature, it was fun to see the added interest from the accessories.

Louise Roe: A black, one-shoulder jumpsuit with lace sleeve detailing from the designer’s Pre-Fall 2014 collection looked stunning on Louise, and her bright red nails and layers of gold bangles added the perfect pizzaz to the already sexy style.


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TV Presenters @ The 2014 Emmy Awards

Louise Roe in Monique Lhuillier - 2014 Emmy Awards

Here are the final three looks from the Emmys red carpet on Monday evening (August 25), from those ladies who asked that all-important question: “Who are you wearing?”

Louise Roe: The British TV star and journalist was my favourite of the bunch. With her statuesque model height and beauty, she was radiant wearing a Monique Lhuillier Spring 2014 floral-brushstroke-printed strapless tufted ball gown. Impeccably styled, as we would expect from Louise, she accessorized with Monique Lhuillier ‘Avril’ coral slingbacks, an Edie Parker ‘Minnie’ nude pearl and gold confetti clutch and Martin Katz jewels.

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Louise Roe In Pronovias – Oscars 2014

Louise Roe In Pronovias - Oscars 2014

Louise Roe was one of the first celebrities to walk the red carpet on Sunday (March 2) at the 2014 Oscars, hosted at Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre.

Louise, host of ‘Fashion Star’ stunned in an green Pronovias gown.

As a style expert, Louise certainly knows what works on her figure, as did the emerald design. The one-shouldered dress had a Grecian-like style that was made all the more glamorous with a delicate lace sleeve.

Louise punctuated her Oscars look with a bangle and show-stopping chandelier earrings from Chopard and a gilded clutch by Kara Ross NY.

To add to the Greek goddess style, Louise ever so correctly opted for loose waves and a sun-kissed makeup palette.

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Louise Roe In Monique Lhuillier – 2014 Golden Globe Awards

Louise Roe In Monique Lhuillier - 2014 Golden Globe Awards

Louise Roe gave use a double dose of Monique Lhuillier Spring gowns for the 2014 Golden Globe Awards, which took place on Sunday (January 12) at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in California.

Golden Globe Awards: For the main event the TV presenter wore a pretty coral-hued long-sleeved crepe-and-Chantilly-lace Spring 2014 gown styled with side-swept wavy tresses and bedazzling accessories, including a Marchesa clutch, Chopard jewels and Jimmy Choo sandals.

Golden Globe After-Parties: Later that same evening Louise swapped one stunning Monique Lhuillier look for another, this time selecting a striking multi-coloured strapless Spring 2013 gown, keeping the same hairstyle but changing her diamond jewels for gold.

Of the two, the after-party gown is the grandstand gown and would’ve worked better for me for the main event. Do you agree?

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