Myleene Klass In Mark Fast – Brit Awards 2014

Myleene Klass In Mark Fast - Brit Awards 2014

Myleene Klass attended the Brit Awards 2014 held at the O2 Arena in London this evening (February 19).

The TV presenter, who has been wearing a lot of her Very (inspired by Valentino) Collection on the red carpet lately, opted for something sexier and more contemporary donning an acid-yellow, green-and-black striped Mark Fast Spring 2014 mesh/knit dress with halter and cut-out details.

Her sexy ‘mama’s night off ‘ dress featuring built-in panties, might put some off, but I just love everything about the look; especially the styling.

I live for that vibrant colour, those shoes and that hot fuchsia-pink lip.

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Iggy Azalea In Elie Saab – Brit Awards 2014

Iggy Azalea In Elie Saab - Brit Awards 2014

Iggy Azalea took to the red carpet for the Brit Awards 2014 held at the O2 Arena in London this evening (February 19).

Considering we’ve seen her wearing gowns which reveal her bikini line, I would say that this Elie Saab Resort 2014 red sleeveless gown with sheer inserts is a very conservative outing for the rapper.

While these events are all about standing out; and let’s face it, showing off, I admire this more grown up approach.

A side parted wavy chignon and shimmering nude lip completed her look.

Right dress, wrong occasion? or do you love this look?

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Kimberley Walsh In Blumarine – Brit Awards 2014

Kimberley Walsh In Blumarine - Brit Awards 2014

Kimberley Walsh also attended the Brit Awards 2014 held at the O2 Arena in London this evening (February 19).

The former Girls Aloud singer wore an ethereal Blumarine Spring 2014 long sleeve sheer nude frock with white floral embroidery.

Your feeling of fatigue might be two-fold here.

Firstly, because it’s yet another sheer gown, and secondly you may remember that we’ve seen this dress twice before.

Kacey Musgraves wore it first back in November for the CMA Awards, and then young Bella Thorne wore it just a few weeks later to ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ LA premiere.

I have a feeling this won’t be the last we see of this frock on the red carpet.

Note to celebs; there are 38 other looks in this collection.

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Daisy Lowe In Sister by Sibling – Brit Awards 2014

Daisy Lowe In Sister by Sibling - Brit Awards 2014

Daisy Lowe also attended the Brit Awards 2014 held at the O2 Arena in London this evenings (February 19).

Keeping the gothic theme going from the Elle Style Awards, the British model shone the spotlight on up-and-coming design trio; Sister by Sibling, wearing a knitted short sleeve gown featuring a cobweb-like yoke design from their Fall 2014 collection.

In true Daisy fashion, she made full use of the side slit, styling her look with black pumps and grey clutch.

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Pixie Lott In DKNY – Brit Awards 2014

Pixie Lott In DKNY - Brit Awards 2014

I was very surprised by Pixie Lott’s look for this evenings (February 19) Brit Awards 2014 held at the O2 Arena in London.

Known for her love of all things pink, cat-eye makeup and quirky accessorizing, she opted for a surprising minimalist look on this occasion.

The singer wore a slinky DKNY Spring 2014 white dress which features a side slit and criss-cross detail at the back.

Never too far away from her favourite Italian brand: Dolce & Gabbana; she added their ‘Agata’ bag (a favourite of Alexa Chung) with a contrasting pair of light-blue Sophia Webster pumps rounding out her gorgeous look.

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Laura Whitmore In Hasan Hejazi – Brit Awards 2014

Laura Whitmore In Hasan Hejazi - Brit Awards 2014

Laura Whitmore took to the red carpet this evening (February 19) for the Brit Awards 2014 held at the O2 Arena in London.

After looking so-so at the Elle Style Awards, she graduated to looking terrible tonight wearing a Hasan Hejazi Fall 2014 dress.

Her red-and-black metallic leather mini dress may have been improved without the sheer sleeves; but I feel like I’m just clutching at straws.

This is awful.

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