Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Best Dressed Award
Taylor Swift looked so graceful on the red carpet wearing a Kaufman Franco Resort 2009 one shoulder draped nude silver sequin gown.

I know many of you are rolling your eyes and saying “Not another embellished red carpet dress”, but you can’t deny who stunning she was on the red carpet.

Red Carpet Rebel Award
Leighton Meester doesn’t know what ‘play it safe’ means, and I love her for constantly keeping things interesting.

The red carpet rebel wore an interesting white and grey sequin Christian Cota Fall 2009 dress with petal sleeves.

Crazy studded Giuseppe Zanotti fan cut-out boots, a Bottega Veneta clutch, and Cathy Waterman jewelry completed the look along with smoky eyes and a single bangle.

Most Improved Award
Maybe it’s because she stopped trying so hard, or maybe it’s because her sister looked so bad but I liked what Solange was wearing for a change.

Her Armand Basi One LBD with a interesting folded details doesn’t scream “attention” for once.

De Ju Vu Award
Katy Perry does look amazing wearing this Blonds Spring 2009 strapless spikey dress which has been modified from the runway, but I’ve seen so many variations of this corset on Rihanna, Britney and Fergie that I’m starting to get a bit bored of this look.

As if her dress didn’t sparkle enough she added JudeFrances jewelery to her look.

It’s A Bit Formal, But I Love It Award
Nelly Furtardo’s Elie Saab Fall 2009 sheath dress with an embellished neckline may seem to formal for the VMAs, but I absolutely love this dress.

It reminds me of the dress Kelly Osbourne wore to the GQ Awards last week.

Best Mini Dress Award
Rose Byrne was the biggest surprised on this red carpet, but she got into the spirit of the event by wearing a cute Marc Jacobs Resort 2010 black mini dress with a purple floral print.

Best Balmain Award
Shakira’s sexy look was more fitting to this Balmain Fall 2009 dress than Pink, even though most of us are not fans of the thigh-high boots trend.

Best LBD Award
Alicia Keys who I would’ve expected to wear something more colourful, opted for a black sequin Dolce & Gabbana dress with silver circle details.

A sliver clutch and multi-coloured heels complete the look.

Best Jumpsuit Award
After Amber Rose’s hideous jumpsuit Keri Hilson couldn’t do any worse.

She looked stunning wearing a sexy – yet not trashy -black plunging Charlotte Ronson Fall 2009 jumpsuit with embellished wide shoulders.

Davidelfin showed for the first time in Bryant Park this week. Amerie attended the show and obviously became a instant fan of the collection.

Best Use Of Colour Award
Whilst a lot of stars opted for black Amerie brought a burst of colour to the red carpet, wearing an aqua Davidelfin Spring 2010 mini dress which was just off the runway.

She paired her caped dress with black pigalles and an ankle accessory.

Most Predictable Award
I knew Alexa Chung was going to walk this red carpet wearing a cute dress with ankle boots. She didn’t let me down.

I hate the boots, but I can’t deny how cute her Luella Fall 2007 dress is.

Best High-Street Award
Lauren Bosworth’s may have only spent $268 on her black and white embroidered French Connection Damask dress but it was one of the best on this red carpet.

Neither Hate It, Nor Love It Award
I’m not a fan of Lady GaGa’s style by many means, but this was one of her finer moments.  Mostly because she was not exposing her derrière.

Her look was very theatrical with her gold Phantom of the Opera mask, tilted hat and feathered neck brace.

Under all that was a Jean Paul Gaultier black gown.

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With matching bleach blonde ‘do’s Kelly Osbourne and boyfriend Luke Worrall last night hung out at Whisky Mist nightclub in London.

At first glance I thought Kelly was wearing a modified Luella Fall 2009 dress, but on further inspection she’s actually wearing a Luella floral jacquard bow skirt with a black bustier.

The metallic skirt was paired with white pumps with a black tip, and a white blazer which revealed a black lining once she turned up the cuffs.

Multiple bangles, a silver brooch and a Louis Vuitton clutch completed the look.

Kelly’s skirt is available to purchase from FarFetch.com for £ 385. Or if you like the dress it’s available from Net-A-Porter international for £495/€570.

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The Royal family gathered in London this week, as the Queen unveiled a memorial statue of the Queen Mother.

The royal women were of course all dresses up and looking fabulous, but it was those royal fashionista Princesses Beatrice and Eugenie, who stood out the most in their designer threads.

Beatrice wore a very interesting hat with a eggplant ruffled hemmed dress, and a Luella Florence bouclé jacket.


Princess Eugenie, also wore the required hat, with a navy velvet jacket, gloves and a navy blue Marc Jacobs belted silk tulip dress.

I’m always interested to see what these young ladies wear, because they continue to surprise me with their great choices, and continue shift the view that the royal family are stuffy and out of touch.

Princess Beatrice’s Luella jacket is available to purchase from the Net-A-Porter US site for $1,360, and the International site for £565/€748.

Princess Eugenie’s Marc Jacobs dress is still available from Saks.com in red for $995.

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After a her illness last week Cheryl Cole was back on form on the X Factor on Saturday night wearing a strapless mini Luella Spring 2008 prom dress.

The black lace dress had a blue tulle skirt with plenty of volume.

She completed her look with black heels, a gold headband, large drop earrings and a customised necklace from Punky Pins.

I can’t wait for this Saturday’s show, when Britney Spears will making an appearance. What will she wear?

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