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Nicola Roberts In House of Holland & Cheryl Fernandez Versini In Hervé Léger – ‘Elf: The Musical’ Press Night

Nicola Roberts In House of Holland & Cheryl Fernandez Versini In Hervé Léger - 'Elf The Musical' Press Night

Nicola Roberts and Cheryl Fernandez Versini showed support for their BFF Kimberly Walsh who performed at the press night performance of ‘Elf: The Musical’ at the Dominion Theatre on Thursday (November 5) in London, England.

Nicola Roberts: The singer wore a House of Holland Fall 2015 dress which possesses a 50s silhouette, but the look makes a modern statement with its vinyl checked skirt. Chanel pumps and a bright red lip completed the look.

Cheryl Fernandez Versini: The X Factor judge wore a strapless Hervé Léger panelled dress balanced by an elegant fluted hem. I love her effortless, chic styling which brings the look right up to date.

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You can buy Cheryl’s Hervé Léger Strapless Bandage Dress from
Nordstrom and Net-A-Porter.com.

Credit: Vogue.com & Getty

Toni Collette In Hervé Léger by Max Azria – ‘Miss You Already’ London Premiere

Toni Collette In Hervé Léger by Max Azria - 'Miss You Already' London Premiere

Toni Collette attended the London premiere of ‘Miss You Already’ at Vue West End on Thursday (September 17).

The Australian actress wore a familiar bod-con dress courtesy of Hervé Léger by Max Azria, however, this teal version was decked out with gold and orange embellishments enhancing the silhouette while adding a striking visual effect.

I struggled to get on board with the shade of orange lip she opted for, but this is a great look nonetheless.

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You can buy Toni’s Herve Leger Alyona Peplum Hem Dress from Harrods.com.

Credit: Vogue.com & Getty

31.08.15

2015 MTV Video Music Awards #VMAs Red Carpet Roundup

VMAs

Here is a roundup from Sunday’s (August 30) 2015 MTV Video Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California.

Cara Delevingne: The model/actress was once again oozing easy elegance wearing a Saint Laurent star print fringed number.

Gigi Hadid: The model wore a saffron yellow Emilia Wickstead ‘Emma’ jacquard dress paired with matching hot pants. She certainly has the legs to rock this look, but I can’t get on board with the bouffant. It’s very 80s Cindy Crawford, but perhaps that’s what she was going for.

Serayah: I don’t quite get the purpose of this Herve Leger dress. It looks more like a beach cover up, which is even more apparent considering she looks like she’s wearing a bikini underneath.

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Victoria Justice In Hervé Léger by Max Azria – 2015 Teen Choice Awards

Victoria Justice In Hervé Léger by Max Azria - 2015 Teen Choice Awards

Victoria Justice attended the 2015 Teen Choice Awards at the USC Galen Center on Sunday (August 16) in Los Angeles, California.

While Hervé Léger by Max Azria dresses are often considered dated, I love playful, signature figure-sculpting piece which is accented with fringe aplenty to create movement.

Styled with gold accessories, including an Amanda Pearl clutch and Jimmy Choo ‘Lance’ sandals, this was surprisingly one of the stand out look on the night.

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You can buy Victoria’s Jimmy Choo ‘Lance’ Sandals from
Jimmy Choo US, Jimmy Choo, Neiman Marcus & Bergdorf Goodman

Credit: Style.com & Getty

29.06.15

2015 BET Awards Red Carpet Roundup

2015 BET Awards Red Carpet Roundup

Here is a roundup of the a few more of the attendees from Sundays (June 28) 2015 BET Awards.

Janelle Monae: If it’s got a cape on it, Janelle will wear it. This SAFiYAA cape look is just one of many the singer has donned recently.

La La Anthony: The TV host was one of the few who nailed it at this event. While her Peter Pilotto colourful dress was a shorter re-run from Cindy Crawford’s look from last week, at least this look was season appropriate complete with yellow Giuseppe Zanotti sandals which can’t be missed.

Kelly Rowland: I mean? What the hell is this? Was Kelly trying to audition for ‘Black Swan 2’? This Lever Couture was tragic on so many levels. Too many to count.

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