Red Carpet Fashion Awards

The British Fashion Council held a cocktail party to celebrate the LONDON show ROOMS yesterday evening at the Skybar at the Mondrian Los Angeles.

Marisa Tomei: The actress continued to showcase her love for London-based designers by wearing a Marios Schwab jacket from the Spring 2012 collection. It’s surprising how this collection has suddenly become so popular this week. The jacket gets a pass, but those MC Hammer pants are not particularly flattering. The yellow shoes add a punch, but I can’t say I really like much about this look, which is very rare to say when it comes to Marisa.

Christa B. Allen: The ‘Revenge’ actress opted for a look from the David Koma Spring 2013 collection. Her nude-and-orange print dress is uber cute, but I can’t say the same about her lace-up ankle boots. They just don’t go with the dress.

Louise Roe: The TV host totally captured my attention in this printed ensemble. As a jumpsuit I like it, but she should’ve lost the additional shirt. Whilst the clutch is too big and dominating the look, which is no mean feat with that print, the toe-cap pumps are more complementary.

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Maria Sharapova dropped by the Rockefeller Center in New York City yesterday, for a guest appearance on ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’.

The tennis star knocked it out of the fashion ballpark yet again with another stunning look.

Opting for her second David Koma Fall 2012 dress this week, Maria spiced things up on this occasion wearing this sexy short sleeve textured mini dress featuring a sheer yoke.

Lust worthy Giuseppe Zanotti sandals, statement earrings and a Tag Heuer watch accessorized her look, with sleek straight locks and flawless makeup providing the finishing touches.

At this rate all three of Maria’s looks deserve a place on the BDOTW list.

This happens to be my favourite. Which look did you favour?

The first David Koma dress? The Valentino dress or this look?

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You can buy Maria’s David Koma dress from Luisa via Roma.

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Maria Sharapova is turning her hand to the candy business, launching her Sugarpova brand earlier today at Henri Bendel in New York City.

The Sugarpova brand features twelve types of sweets which is said to reflects the fun, fashionable and sweet side of the tennis star, who not only named brand, but she also invested her own money into the project.

Unlike the poster for the brand, Maria opted for a less sugary approach to the launch today wearing a David Koma Fall 2012 dress.

Her sparkling silver glitter collar dress with a silver-and-blue sequined chain link-print was styled with blue Sergio Rossi suede pumps and Henri Bendel jewels.

I’m glad the collar is less ridge off the runway.

A purposely messy bun and a dark pink lip colour completed her look.

It’s interesting how Maria tends to favour London-based designers.

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Fashion and tennis collided at the WTA Pre-Wimbledon Party, held at The Roof Gardens in Kensington, London last night.

We have already seen Maria Sharapova. Here are the rest of the attendees who took to the green carpet.

Serena Williams: The tennis ace was once again dressed by Burberry for this annual event. Her purple taffeta frock with black sheer straps was styled with black t-bar sandals and a selection of silver jewels. The thing I love most about her look are her voluminous curls.

Ana Ivanovic: The young star wore a pretty Matthew Williamson feather-accented frock which complemented her statuesque frame. The stunning lace dress also features a cluster of gold paillettes and beaded details. It may seem like quite a lot of detail, but she carries it off with great aplomb. She accessorized with Christian Louboutin matching heels with a gold toe-cap and a mahogany clutch.
Whilst I love the elegant updo, I wish she applied fake tan to her feet. I guess that is what happens when training in sunny conditions wearing thick tennis socks.

Anne Keothavong: The British number one ranked player wore a baroque-inspired Alexander McQueen ‘Fil’ coupé jacquard green-and-black dress. She styled her look with tights (it’s been a while since I saw tights on the red carpet), black pumps (the same can’t be said for those) and a sweeping ponytail.

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The next stop on Lady Gaga’s ‘Born This Way Ball’ tour is Brisbane, Australia where she will perform three concerts at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre.

Earlier today she touched down at Brisbane airport delighting fans with her latest off-the-runway look.

Despite the dreary weather the singer wore a David Koma Fall 2012 halter dress.

The purple frock with a peplum waist and buckle detailing was styled with a matching pair of Christian Louboutin ‘Daffodile’ pumps.

At this point I believe Gaga has these pumps in every colour.

A new red bob and shades completed her look.

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Miley Cyrus’ red carpet looks are wildly predictable and mostly Roberto Cavalli.

That changed tonight at the 2012 People’s Choice Awards as the singer/actress donned a David Koma Spring 2012 dress.

I have never said the words Miley and fashion forward in the same sentence, but it applies in this case.

Her frock with futuristic cuts, draped details, mesh panels and dayglow accents is a refreshing change of pace for Miley.

I don’t think I could’ve coped with yet another plunging gown from her.

Jimmy Choo Tippi snake-effect leather pumps and a silver clutch accessorized her look whilst she swept her locks over one shoulder.

After Ginnifer Goodwin this was my second favourite look of the night.

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