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Vanessa White In Emilio De La Morena - InStyle Best Of British Talent Pre-BAFTA Party

Vanessa White joined band mate Mollie King plus Natalie Dormer, Kara Tointon and Anna Friel on the red carpet at InStyle magazine’s ‘The Best of British Talent’ Pre-BAFTA party held at Dartmouth House on Tuesday (February 4) in London.

The singer smouldered wearing an Emilio De La Morena Pre-Fall 2014 red, grey and blue printed frock with mesh shoulders and a mesh hemline; flattering her figure with cinched-in waist and flared skirt.

I love the flirty appeal of this look which she styled with black strappy sandals, sultry eye makeup and red nail polish.

She was my best dressed at this event.

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GQ Men Of The Year PartyIt’s no surprise that Michael B. Jordan and Lupita Nyong’o weren’t the only ones cutting handsome—and pretty—profiles at the GQ 2013 ‘Men of the Year’ party, hosted last night in Los Angeles, California. There was plenty more eye candy to spare.

James Van Der Beek: The actor brought out his own baby blues in a Todd Snyder ensemble, ratcheting up his grey plaid suit with a blue shirt, lighter tie and mixed-print pocket square. The grand finale of the look, though, were those blue shoelaces on his brown loafers.

Darby Stanchfield: Decked out in a burgundy-red Emilio De La Morena Fall 2012 gown, the ‘Scandal’ star mixed sophistication and edginess with this streamlined, lacquered-bodice dress, which actually set off her slicked-back, flame-toned locks. You may remember Julianne Hough previously wore this gown.

Chace Crawford: The actor opted for a light dove-grey, wool two-button small notch lapel suit by Dior Homme, which he wore with a white cotton, button-down shirt, black silk tie and black leather derbies. Something about the suit wasn’t as sizzling as his stare.

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Julianne Hough In Emilio De La Morena -  'An Evening with Nicholas Sparks'

Julianne Hough stepped out Wednesday to celebrate writer and rom-com hitmaker Nicholas Sparks at ‘An Evening with Nicholas Sparks’ at Waterstones Piccadilly in London.

The actress, who was there to promote her Sparks movie ‘Safe Haven’, wore a burgundy hot dress from Emilio De La Morena Fall 2012.

The skin-tight oxblood gown featured a sexy yet conservative leather bodice. The silhouette is beautifully simple in contrast to the edgy design.

The dancer-turned-actress made the gown look even more spectacular than on the runway. I’m glad Julianne went for an edgier look, as her style tends to flip-flop back towards sweet and ethereal, which I don’t think suits her well.

Julianne stuck to what she knows best: a slightly smokey eye and light pink lip. The makeup paired well with a unfussy updo and gold jewels.

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World-renowned pastry chef, Claire Clark catered the Harvey Nichols Champagne tea party in honour of designer Emilio de la Morena.

The designer must have welcomed this event after busily preparing his Spring 2011 collection which was presented during London Fashion Week.

Julia Restoin-Roitfeld hosted the event which was attended by many celebrities including her mother.

As host Julia was lucky enough to wear a straight-off-the-runway Emilio de la Morena Spring 2011 look.

Her apron-style mini dress has coloured stripes and draped details on the hips.

Black pumps complete her look.

Like Leighton Meester, Julia is a huge fan of Emilio de la Morena as she’s worn his pieces many times before.

Credit: Courtesy of Harvey Nichols

Last night Giorgio Armani hosted a cocktail party on board his boat to honor the extraordinary work of the cast and crew of the upcoming Doug Liman-directed thriller “Fair Game.”

I was giddily excited to see Julia Restoin-Roitfeld wearing an Emilio de la Morena dress from the Fall 2010 collection.

I’m a huge fan the Spanish designer – like Leighton Meester – so always wish to see more of his work on the red carpet.

This dress is spectacular, from the mix of colours to the draped front to the leather skirt with the laser cut-outs.

Thankfully her shoes blend into the tarmac.

Carine Roitfeld also attended wearing her favourite French label – Balmain.

She opted for a modified dress from the Fall 2010 collection.

I say modified, but it wouldn’t surprise me if they custom-made this dress for Carine because not only is the dress longer, but it has an asymmetrical hem and the shoulders are smoothed out to make the dress more chic, more Carine.

Carine wore her Balmain dress with Azzedine Alaia lace up sandals which she has wears religious.

The first time I noticed them was during 2008 Cannes Film Festival.

You may remember the that lovely Zoe Saldana wore the runway version to “The Losers” LA premiere last month.

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