04.06.14

Stars In WilliamVintage @ The Glamour Women of the Year Awards

WilliamVintage Glamour Awards

WilliamVintage is the premiere vintage emporium in London. Loved by haute couture lovers, the Marylebone boutique dressed several ladies for the Glamour Women of the Year Awards held at Berkeley Square Gardens on Tuesday (June 3) in London, England, with the common thread being black.

Ophelia Lovibond: I adore this look, from the cobalt-blue feathered hemline of her 1960 Balenciaga frock to the complementary blue patent-leather pumps.

Caroline Flack: The TV presenter – who usually only wears shorts – went glam for this occasion, donning a 1980s Capucci black strapless gown with a pleated ruffled detail cascading down the back of her frock. This is a rare but gorgeous high fashion look for the high-street-loving star.

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01.05.14

Prada And Harrods Present Pradasphere

Prada And Harrods Present Pradasphere5The Pradasphere has officially landed, and a party was in order to welcome the exhibition at Harrods that traces Prada’s multivalent obsessions—from fashion and accessories to art, architecture, cinema, sport and beyond. Of course, a host of London lovelies—all in some measure of Prada or Miu Miu—were out in force to celebrate.

Bonnie Wright: The British actress spiked up her blue and white colour-block Prada frock with a leather motorcycle jacket, cobalt-embellished ankle-strap sandals and a sunny yellow mini-bag.

Annabelle Wallis: Sweeping back her blonde locks, Annabelle fully embraced the quirkier spirit of Prada in her bold floral-print, button-down shirt, worn belted with black trousers, grass-green pumps and an aqua-and-black patterned handbag. Somehow she pulled it off.

Samantha Barks
: Also in blue, the actress was adorable in a Prada cerulean, white and black striped, off-the-shoulder dress with a full pleated skirt, paired with black ankle-strap pumps and an embroidered blue and cream bag. This look had girly flair without being too saccharine.

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Ophelia Lovibond In Burberry Prorsum – ‘Thor: The Dark World’ World Premiere

Ophelia Lovibond In Burberry Prorsum - 'Thor The Dark World' World Premiere

Ophelia Lovibond joined Natalie Portman and Kat Dennings on the red carpet at the Odeon Leicester Square in London for the world premiere of ‘Thor: The Dark World’ yesterday evening.

Dressed in a Burberry Prorsum Spring 2013 gleaming white modern T-shirt dress styled with Charlotte Olympia black platform peep-toes with furry accents, the actress was every inch an English rose.

I love how the body-hugging fit and shiny hardware draw a fun juxtaposition with this clean and classic Burberry silhouette.

You may remember that Hayley Atwell wore this same dress during Comic Con.

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You can buy Ophelia’s Burberry Prorsum dress from
Burberry.com US, Burberry.com, Neiman Marcus, Ssense.com, Luisa via Roma US and Luisa via Roma UK.

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Ophelia Lovibond In Jonathan Saunders – Warner Music Group Pre-Olympics Party

Ophelia Lovibond attended the Warner Music Group Pre-Olympics Party in the Southern Tanks Gallery at the Tate Modern in London yesterday evening.

The British actress was wearing a quintessential look celebrating a trio of British brands.

Her Jonathan Saunders Pre-Fall 2012 red-and-pink ‘Emilie’ cotton dress was perfect for a mid-evening summer look as temperatures dip.

Minimal accessories allowed her dress to take centre stage.

Nicholas Kirkwood two-tone peep-toes and a Mulberry ‘Lily’ metallic bag added the perfect finishing touches to her cool Britannia look.

You can buy Ophelia’s Jonathan Saunders dress from Net-A-Porter.com,
Matches Fashion US and Matches Fashion International

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28.03.11

2011 Jameson Empire Awards

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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“Nowhere Boy” London Premiere

Sam Taylor-Wood looks gorgeous in her Stella McCartney Resort 2010 keyhole sequin gown.

But much like Iman in Donna Karan dress, Kate Hudson OWNED this gown on the red carpet at the Costume Institute Gala earlier this year.

Sam completed her look with YSL criss-cross heels whilst carrying a black and gold trimmed clutch.

Kristin Scott Thomas often wears Lanvin on the red carpet and as always I love what she is wearing.

She wore a Lanvin one-shouldered black velvet dress with a belt tied  with tights and satin pumps.

Classy and elegant.

Meredith Ostrom braved the cold to wear a Collette Dinnigan Fall 2008 silver one-shouldered sparkling confection paired with silver strappy sandals.

For half a second I thought Ophelia Lovibond was Keira Knightley.

Does anyone else see the oh so slight resemblance?

Jay Jopling, his girlfriend and daughter Angelica Jopling walked the red carpet together.

Angelica is one lucky girl as she is wearing a Marc by Marc Jacobs Cherry blossom jacquard silk dress.

At her age I would have lucky to wear a Topshop dress.

I love the colour.

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