Red Carpet Fashion Awards

14.02.10

Adam Fall 2010

The one thing everyone was thinking when they viewed Adam’s Fall 2010 collection was, “I want it now”.

This was the first presentation I’ve attended so far that has presented knitwear, and with the cold temperatures in New York it made the knits with their chunky braids even more appealing.

The aviator theme in this collection was subtle and presented via the shearling leather jackets, the parachute skirts and high-waisted jodhpurs.

We were also presented with cardigans, cropped knit sweaters, khaki anoraks, shrugs, wool shorts and chiffon printed maxi dresses.

I really loved this collection which included some futuristic notes including a embossed silver corset bodice over a grey ensemble.

This whole collection was totally wearable.

Tinsley Mortimer was the only celeb I spotted in the front row.

Credit: Style.com

Cheryl Cole stole the limelight – as she should have – at her 26th birthday party at the Vanilla club earlier this month which her band mate Kimberley Walsh was invited to.

Kimberley wore the now sold-out bubblegum pink Adam sleeveless playsuit with a draped collar.

She accessorized her look with a black leather belt, a Chanel quilted bag and black peep-toes.

Kelly Rowland wore the same playsuit in Las Vegas as she hosted “A Night At Tao” in the Venetian Casino Resort.

She didn’t wear a belt, but did accessorize with multiple bracelets and silver necklaces.

Ankle booties completed her look.

Kelly’s creased playsuit and untidy collar really lets her down, and I hate the ankle boots with this look.

Kimberley’s belt adds a little sophistication to the look so she wins for me.

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Last night X Factor judge and Girls Aloud singer Cheryl Cole celebrated her 26th birthday at Vanilla Club in London.

The birthday girl was center of attention – as she should be – wearing a ombré fringed Alexander McQueen sleeveless dress with nude embroidered mesh panel on the bodice.

This is a very different look for the star desperate to shake off her WAG image.

Despite the dress leaving very little to the imagination and evoking images of ice-skaters at the winter Olympics, I think she just manages to pull it off, with her hair pulled tightly back and the complementary nude Christian Louboutin Prive slingbacks.

For some reason I have a feeling a lot of you will hate it.

When it comes to Terri Seymour I absolutely love her vibrant blue Versace Spring 2009 one-shoulder mini dress.

She always picks pieces that show-off her assets…her legs.

Apart from the colour I love the bell-shape of the skirt, the simple silver jewels and even her grey YSL Trib Two slingbacks with complete this stunning look.

You may remember that Donatella Versace wore this same dress recently, but she modified the skirt.

Girls Aloud band-mate Nicola Roberts attended the party wearing a mint green linen Paul & Joe Resort 2009 dress with white trim ruffle sleeves and matching mint peep-toe shoes and a black satin Chanel bag.

I adore this look. One of my favourites on a very slow week.

Kimberley Walsh joins fellow bandmate Nicola Roberts to celebrate Cheryl Cole’s 26th birthday standing out in a bright pink Adam sleeveless silk playsuit cinched at the waist with a retro black belt to match her peep-toe heels and Chanel shoulder bag.

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Back in April, actress Camille Guaty arrived at the LA premiere of “Ghosts Of Girlfriends Past”, wearing a multi-coloured beaded dress.

At the time I couldn’t id her dress, but many of you were eager to know, and I finally found the dress, which is from the Adam Spring 2009 collection.

The candy coloured beaded dress, was something different, fun and interesting, to see on the red carpet, which is why it’s stuck in my mind for so long.

Mystery solved.

Source: Wireimage & Style.com




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