Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Carine Roitfeld In Givenchy - The Daily Front Row's Fashion Media Awards

Carine Roitfeld stopped by The Daily Front Row’s Fashion Media Awards, hosted on Friday at Harlow in New York City.

She followed up her recent Bambi moment with another Givenchy Fall 2013 statement piece: a floor-grazing, fit-and-flare skirt.

The mixed-print, patchwork design with sheer horizontal panels was simply paired with a black boatneck top, rather than the runway’s embellished, oversized sweater.

After all, this fashion editor knows when enough is enough.

But, I have a feeling some of you will again be calling for a swept-back ‘do to change up her signature locks.

Credit: Style.com & Getty

Carine Roitfeld In Givenchy - Mercedes-Benz Star Lounge

Carine Roitfeld was spotted in the Mercedes-Benz Star Lounge at Lincoln Center during Spring 2014 New York Fashion Week.

The fashion editor was unsurprisingly wearing Givenchy, selecting a black fitted skirt with a floral-lace Bambi-collage-print sweater, which for Fall 2013 replaced the Rottweiler prints from previous seasons that were so popular with celebs both male and female.

For me, the most surprising thing about this look is her green sandals: she who loves to wear black heels of the Alaïa variety.

Givenchy 2

You can buy Givenchy’s Bambi-collage-print neoprene sweater, t-shirt and tank top from Luisa via Roma.

Credit: Style.com & Getty

Ad Between Posts

White House Down 1

Channing Tatum and Jamie Foxx have being busy in Europe promoting their latest movie, ‘White House Down’, starting at the Deauville American Film Festival in France, plus last night they were in Germany for the Berlin premiere.

Deauville American Film Festival photocall: The actors both wore jeans, with Channing opting for a simple black shirt and charcoal blazer and Jamie adding a patterned Givenchy shirt.

White House Down 2

Deauville American Film Festival premiere: For the premiere the guys suited up, with Channing looking devilishly handsome in an ink-blue suit and striped tie, and Jamie looking equally debonair in midnight-blue, black combo.

Berlin premiere: While I like that Jamie switched things up at the Berlin premiere wearing a dark-chocolate blazer and grey pants, the overall look feels a size too big. I prefer the fit of the previous premiere. Channing had no such problems in his sleek black Dolce & Gabbana suit with a polka-dot tie.

Who was the better dressed? Channing, as I preferred both his premiere looks.

Credit: Getty & FameFlynet

Ciara In Givenchy Couture - 2013 MTV Video Music Awards #VMAs

Ciara looked stunning on the red carpet at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on Sunday evening.

It’s no surprise that she’s wearing Givenchy Couture, selecting a Fall 2010 second skin gloved-gown accented with strategically placed crystal embroidery and feathers at the hemline.

While I have a slight feeling of déjà vu – Florence Welch at the 2011 Grammys immediately springs to mind – it takes nothing away from how beautiful the singer looks.

One of my favourites of the night.

You may remember that Mariacarla Boscono wore this same gown to the 2011 Met Gala.

Credit: Style.com & Getty

Beyonce Knowles' Multiple Costume Changes At V Festival

Beyonce Knowles took to the main stage at Hylands Park in Chelmsford, England on Saturday evening, where she was the headline act at V Festival.

The singer had multiple costume changes – all of which we have seen from her Mrs Carter Tour – seamlessly changing from David Koma to Gucci, to Pucci, to Givenchy, to Ralph and Russo, and to Dennis Kolpodinos for Vrettos Vrettakos.

Still rocking the Pob (Posh bob), I now see why she opted for a slightly longer ‘do over the pixie cut she showcased last week.

Bey is known for her almost neck-breaking hair flip and with the longer bob she was able to work her signature move to full effect.

For Sunday’s performance she switched things up a bit, opting to give her bob romantic curls as seen below.

Read more…




Connect with Us

Connect with the RCFA

Sign Up for email Top Ad
Bottom Ad