Nicole Scherzinger In IIJIN & Vintage Bird – X Factor Liverpool Auditions

The search for the next big thing continues, with Nicole Scherzinger in the judges seat for the X Factor Auditions in Liverpool on Tuesday (June 20).

Nicole combined her skin tight vintage Bird leather pants and a military inspired IIJIN jacket, with a white vest adding a softer touche to this look.

The smaller details, in particular, were genius.

I love the Alexis Bittar earrings, but they feel a bit much when paired with the jacket.

Classic Dsquared2 pumps, slick back hair with a bronzed glow completed her look.

What do you make of this look?

Chic, dated or too heavy for what was the hottest day of the year in London yesterday?

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2017 Billboard Music Awards Red Carpet Roundup

There were more looks that took to the red carpet at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday (May 21) in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Nicole Scherzinger: With an overt display of cleavage and ruffles, this Maria Lucia Hohan skin-tone gown was a bit of a dated eyeful.

Lorde: This red Givenchy design was a striking way to wear sheer without flashing the panties. Giuseppe Zanotti shoes completed the look.

Lea Michele: Despite its see-through mentality, this David Koma perforated dress conveyed chic, modern elegance on Lea, especially when styled with a twisted top knot and Cesare Paciotti shoes.

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Nicole Scherzinger In Yanina Couture – The Weinstein Company’s Pre-Oscar Dinner

Nicole Scherzinger attended The Weinstein Company’s Pre-Oscar Dinner on Saturday (February 25) in Beverly Hills, California.

I have admit I often find myself in a head-spin when it comes to Nicole’s style as she goes from 80s throwback, to vixen, to ethereal princess in a space of one week.

While there is nothing wrong with experimenting and having fun with fashion, this Yanina Couture gown should’ve perhaps been left for the like of Fan Bingbing, as I’m not buying it on Nicole.

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Nicole Scherzinger In Julien Macdonald – 2017 BRIT Awards After-Party

Like Katy Perry, Nicole Scherzinger also had a second look on the night of the BRIT Awards, which she revealed at the Universal After-Party on Wednesday (February 22) in London.

Keeping the throwback crimped ‘do, the singer donned a frock from Julien Macdonald’s Fall 2017 collection.

The fresh-off-the-runway look possesses plenty of the Welsh designers traits: revealing, bedazzling, cut-outs, body conscious and oozing sex-appeal; which is why his red carpet devotees love him, and this presence on the red carpet continues to soar.

I’m sure many will be put off this look when they check out the side view, but I much prefer this look over her red carpet look.

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Nicole Scherzinger In Nicolas Jebran – 2017 BRIT Awards

You’ve got to love Nicole Scherzinger’s constant efforts to look fierce, wherever she’s going.

Here, attending the 2017 Brit Awards on Wednesday (February 22) in London, England, the singer and judge chose to wear this full look from the Nicolas Jebran Fall 2017 collection.

It’s full on, but somehow works. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Nicole wear a jacket-dress, it’s one sexy look for the diva, and this woven red number is certainly one of her best.

This dress would be transformed again if worn with a strappy sandal or court shoe.

And trust Nicole to bring crimped hair back! The whole look is a big nod to the 80s.

The look was complete with Anissa Kermiche jewels.

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Nicole Scherzinger In Galia Lahav – 2015 Olivier Awards

Nicole Scherzinger In Galia Lahav - 2015 Olivier Awards

Nicole Scherzinger attended The Olivier Awards at The Royal Opera House on Sunday (April 12) in London, England.

The singer wore a stunning Galia Lahav black gown, which despite its classic silhouette, is imbued with a high-fashion allure, most in part to the peplum detail and gold waistband, which complemented her Annoushka jewels.

On occasion I can always find something to throw me off a Scherzy look, but no such nitpicks apply. She was flawless from head-to-toe.

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