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21.02.18

Grace Chatto In Antonio Berardi – The BRIT Awards 2018

Grace Chatto, of the band Clean Bandit, joined Dua Lipa on the red carpet for The BRIT Awards 2018 this afternoon (February 21) in London, by showing her support of the Times Up movement with a white rose.

The musician kept things simple wearing an Antonio Berardi Resort 2018 one-shoulder jumpsuit.

When I say simple, I mean non-fussy. As the look boasts impeccable craftsmanship.

I adore the contemporary sculptured design which set this piece apart from any jumpsuit we’ve seen in recent times.

The top half screams modern women, while the bottom half is delightfully infused with retro flair.

Antonio Berardi Moreno One-Shoulder Crepe Jumpsuit

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Dua Lipa In Giambattista Valli Couture – The BRIT Awards 2018

The pictures are just coming in from The BRIT Awards 2018 in London this afternoon (February 21), with Dua Lipa taking to the red carpet first.

I’m not surprised she arrived early.

If I was wearing this pink Giambattista Valli Spring 2018 Couture tiered tulle gown, I would want to ensure the carpet was clear to make my grand entrance with such grand masterpiece, and avoid people stepping on my 10ft train.

I did wonder if Dua was tempted to wear doc martins to give this look a punk rock edge, but she played up the girliness with strappy sandals.

You weren’t fans of Dua’s last outing in GBV, so how does this look fare?

Dua carried a white rose in solidarity with the Time’s Up movement, as we saw displayed at the 2018 Grammy Awards.

Giambattista Valli Spring 2018 Couture

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23.02.17 Best Dressed

Who Was Your Best Dressed At The 2017 BRIT Awards?

Nicole Scherzinger In Julien Macdonald – 2017 BRIT Awards After-Party

Like Katy Perry, Nicole Scherzinger also had a second look on the night of the BRIT Awards, which she revealed at the Universal After-Party on Wednesday (February 22) in London.

Keeping the throwback crimped ‘do, the singer donned a frock from Julien Macdonald’s Fall 2017 collection.

The fresh-off-the-runway look possesses plenty of the Welsh designers traits: revealing, bedazzling, cut-outs, body conscious and oozing sex-appeal; which is why his red carpet devotees love him, and this presence on the red carpet continues to soar.

I’m sure many will be put off this look when they check out the side view, but I much prefer this look over her red carpet look.

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Katy Perry In Adam Selman – 2017 BRIT Awards After-Party

Following the main event, Katy Perry attended the Universal Music BRIT Awards After-Party on Wednesday (February 22) in London.

We’ve seen flashes of quirky Katy during awards season, but this Adam Selman Fall 2017 trench dress saw the singer take a different – muted-by-her-standards – route.

I love how the semi-sheerness and bold red embroidery adds an allurement to this look.

I’m always impressed at how Katy has a cunning knack of making a bold statement even when toning things down.

The accessorizes, including a Jennifer Fisher brass large root choker, XL ID cuff and cylinder ring, Stella Luna ‘Carioca’ red sandals and makeup are very much on point here.

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23.02.17

2017 BRIT Awards Red Carpet Roundup

The 2017 BRIT Awards certainly brought no shortage of head-turning looks on Wednesday (February 22) in London, and here are a few more of them.

Jesy Nelson: The Little Mix girls were present and accounted for, with the chart-topping British group bringing their distinct stylistic flair to the event—starting with Jesy who played tough-girl-meets-seductress in this leather dress and long locks.

Leigh-Anne Pinnock: If this dress were a song, it would be a mashup between the ’80s and the ’90s, with a punk-rock meets grunge beat. That is to say there was a lot going on in this Namilia Spring 2017 denim, cone-bra gown so I’m glad she kept the styling sleek with her updo and minimal jewels.

Perrie Edwards: She also had a throwback moment, putting the cone bra to work for her, excepts hers was manifested in a black patent corset bodice with an illusion neckline. The feathery mullet skirt added a note of softness while fully showing off her legs.

Jade Thirlwall: Legs, or should we say leg, also dominated Jade’s Rare London white slip gown that looked as if it could have slipped right into a wardrobe malfunction at any moment. Aside from the dangerously gaping dress, it was too long and too creased—and the black gloves further lessened any of my tolerance for it.

Did any of these looks pass the test for you?

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