19.02.09 Best Dressed

2009 Brit Awards – Best Dressed

Best Dressed Award
This J. Mendel strapless tulle mermaid gown may have been OTT for some of you, but I loved Nicola Roberts in this dress.

For the first time she really stands out from the group. She is glowing, and I particularly love her hair and make-up.

Becki Newton has also worn this dress.

Best Group Award
Girls Aloud as a group looked fantastic last night.

From left to right, Nadine Coyle wore a peachy strapless William Tempest dress with matching Giuseppe Zanotti peep-toes.

Kimberly Walsh opted for a white plunging Roberto Cavalli Spring 2009 gown, with cut-outs and embellished trims.

Sarah Harding opted for a sexy Vivienne Westwood peachy taffeta dress, with a very revealing split up the side and satin champagne Christian Louboutin pointy heels. Her hair was style waves.

I will say that Cheryl Cole on the far right, did disappoint me slightly, as the top part of her Georges Chakra dress does not work for me.

Best Black Award
Kylie Minogue looked radiant in a black sequinned floor-length strapless Dolce & Gabbana gown, which had an embellished bow detailed sash.

Best Embellishments Award
Taylor Swift loves to sparkle on the red carpet. She took a break from wearing an embellished dress at the Grammy’s, but she reverted back to her red carpet favourite last night, wearing a silver strapless stone sequin mini Kaufman Franco dress.

Best Use Of Colour Award
I’m in love with electric blue this season, so Alexandra Burke had to make my Best Dressed List wearing a Emilio de la Moreno round neck fitted dress, which she wears with black sgtrappy Christian Louboutin buckle sandals.

Most Daring Award
The singer know as Little Boots, embraced the spirit of this rock n’ roll event by wearing an geometric Alexander McQueen Spring 2009 dress, with YSL grey patent heels.

Most Improved Award
OK it’s still black, but Duffy look considerably better from her Grammy disasters.

Her LBD from Paule Ka’s Spring 2009 collection, I thought looked quite stylish, and her nude and black trim peep-toes complimented her dress very well.

Kinda Like It Award
I was ready to instantly dislike Pixie Geldof’s look before I even saw it, but I actually kinda like it.

Best On Trend Shoe Award
Katherine Jenkins is wearing what is fast becoming the celebrity shoe of choice, the neon pink Alexander McQueen Heart peep-toe pumps.

I personally find this refreshing from the YSL Trib Two’s, which I’m quite frankly tired of seeing on the red carpet.

The singer wore a Azzedine Alaia figure-hugging LWD.

Most Charitable Award
Katy Perry’s bustier was designed by The Blonds to raise money for The Educational Foundation for the Fashion Industries. You can already bid for this Hello Kitty bustier with pink and silver chains, and black beads on Ebay.

Her gladiator heels and leggings are not for sale.

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22.02.08

Girls Aloud At The Brit Awards


Top selling UK girl group Girls Aloud were the loudest – colourwise – on the red carpet at the Brit Awards this week, which I love because nothing annoys me more than all black on the red carpet.

Thankfully the days when girl groups had to dress alike are over. Each girl had her own look to match their personality, and each girl more importantly owned their look.

From the left Sarah Harding was wearing dress by Ashley Isham, shoes by Giuseppe Zanotti, earrings and ring by Sho and clutch by Angel Jackson.

Kimberley Walsh was wearing a dress by Ashley Isham, earrings and large ring by Sho, coloured stone rings both from Missoma, shoes by Brian Atwood, belt by Angel Jackson and bag by Vaza.

Cheryl Cole was wearing dress by Alice + Olivia, a belt by Angel Jackson, shoes by Miu Miu, earrings and ring by de Grisogono and bag by Vaza.

Nicola Roberts was wearing a dress by David Szeto, earrings and ring by Sho, belt by Angel Jackson, shoes by Rupert Sanderson, bag by Vaza.

I love Kimberley’s look, this is very much my style, but I am in love with both Sarah’s Angel Jackson bag and Cheryl’s Vaza bag.


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