22.11.10

Fergie In Falguni and Shane Peacock – 2010 American Music Awards

Nice Dress Shame About The Shoes Award
Fergie gave us our second look at a dress from Indian designers Falguni and Shane Peacock this weekend.

At the 2010 American Music Awards held in LA tonight she donned an interesting feathered confection from their Fall 2010 collection.

The blue and black embellished dress would only be classed as a stage look for some, but Fergie totally rocks the look on the red carpet.

I like the exaggerated feathered shoulders, but wish she’d pulled her hair back with all that detail.

The black peep-toes are a bit of a let down given the theatricality of the dress.

Do you agree?

I take back what I said about Fergie’s heels. The close-up reveals her Ruthie Davis heels have a spiked detail along the heel.

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21.11.10 X Factor

X Factor: Saturday Week 7 – Cheryl Cole In Falguni and Shane Peacock

I want to focus on fashion, but last night on the X Factor Cheryl Cole proved that despite all the designer clothes, the L’Oreal contract and the best efforts of her PR team to make us forget about the Cheryl Tweedy who attacked a toilet attendant, she still has no class.

I lost total and utter respect for her when she used the show to try to publicly humiliate Wagner over some false media story in the Mirror of all papers. Like it’s the holy bible of truth.

She reminded us that the show isn’t about the contestants vying for a £1 million recording contract, but that the show is ALL ABOUT HER.

She needs to count her blessing because she can’t sing and she did get lucky, so she needs to climb down from her high horse and get over herself.

You can read her embarrassing attack on Wagner here.

As for what she wore on Saturday night I think Julien MacDonald summed up my feelings on her style this week when he allegedly said to her, “Who are you trusting and who are you working with? What are you thinking?” To which she allegedly ran off crying.

Truth hurts. Allegedly.

Cheryl’s lost her mojo. She doesn’t care anymore and this “Dancing On Ice” costume proved that.

I can’t wait for the public apology tonight which will be scripted to perfection by her PR team.

Thanks to High Heel Confidential for identifying Cheryl’s dress.

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