Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Katy Perry In Osman - NRJ Music Awards 2013

Katy Perry attended the 15th NRJ Music Awards held at the Palais des Festivals on Saturday (December 14) in Cannes, France.

The singer wore an Osman Fall 2013 ivory long-sleeved dress with a high-low hem, shoulder cut-out detail and rich gold brocade embellishment – quite a spectacular piece.

Gold accessories including Christian Louboutin ‘Strass Pigalle’ pumps and opulent gold-and-ruby-stone chandelier earrings complemented the look, with a dynamite braided topknot adding that extra dose of drama along with her bold red lip.

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Taylor Swift In Elie Saab - 2013 NRJ Music Awards

Pulling out all the stops on the red carpet at the 2013 NRJ Music Awards, held at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes last night, Taylor Swift showed a young man exactly what he is missing.

She was back to her sparkling best wearing an Elie Saab’s Spring 2013 dress.

Her nude long-sleeve mini dress with plunging neckline and sequined embellishments was styled with gold metallic Jimmy Choo sandals, a Lorraine Schwartz ring and Ofira drop earrings.

Soft tresses with loose waves, smoky eyes and a nude lip provided the finishing touches to her stunning look.

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Carly Rae Jepsen In Izmaylova - 2013 NRJ Music Awards

Many of you have struggled to warm to Carly Rae Jepsen’s style, so I’m intrigued to find out what you think of her 2013 NRJ Music Awards look.

The ‘Call Me Maybe’ singer donned a brown satin and suede Izmaylova gown on the red carpet at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes, France last night.

While brown isn’t my favourite red carpet colour, this has to be the most grown up look we’ve seen from the 27-year-old musician.

A rectangular L.K.Bennett ‘Alexia’ clutch, kohl-rimmed eyes and sleek straight tresses completed her look.

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Alicia Keys In Michael Kors - 2013 NRJ Music Awards

Alicia Keys attended the 2013 NRJ Music Awards, held at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes, France yesterday evening.

The R&B singer wore a Michael Kors Spring 2013 gown which features the same sexy cut-out details we saw on Kristen Wiigs’ Golden Globes gown two weeks ago.

Alicia styled her look with a Vhernier black-and-white statement necklace, which doesn’t add anything to the look.

I believe this dress was designed to be minimalist not overwhelmed with trinkets.

A curly updo and a red manicure completed the look.

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Dita von Teese give us head-to-toe perfection wearing a Jean Paul Gaultier Spring 2006 Couture strapless lace dress paired with matching lace Louboutin’s.

If only everyone stepped on the red carpet with this much perfection, I would be a very happy woman.

Her bustier dress is so divine, so delicate, so Dita.

She adds touches of colour with her red lips and nail polish, whilst she sparkles with her diamond earrings.

Yet another BDOTW contender.

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Excuse the caps but FINALLY.

Geez I’ve had to wait 11 months for this stunning Balmain asymmetrical electric blue Fall 2009 dress to hit the red carpet.

We’ve seen this dress on Paulina Rubio in her ‘Causa Y Efecto’ music video and Lady GaGa on her photoshoot in San Diego last year, but finally it takes pride of place on the red carpet.

Thankfully Sofia Essaidi has done it justice.

The sexy Moroccan singer was my favourite of the night.

I’m sure the matchy matchy police are freaking out that she matched both her clutch and peep-toes to her dress, but I guess she didn’t want to take too much of a risk.

Definitely in contention for BDOTW.

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