08.12.10

Naomi Campbell In Alexander McQueen – 2010 British Fashion Awards

Best Tribute Award
At the 2010 British Fashion Awards in London tonight Naomi Campbell was honoured for her influence and contribution to the fashion industry over the past 25 years.

The British Fashion Council decided to dedicate a posthumous ‘Outstanding Achievement in Fashion Design’ award to Alexander McQueen, so it was fitting that the supermodel choose to wear a custom made gown by the designer.

She arrived wearing a Dennis Basso shrug, but inside the venue she removed it to reveal the stunning embellished details on her strapless velvet gown with a sheer skirt.

No one does drama like Naomi.


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Yasmin Le Bon In Christopher Kane – 2010 British Fashion Awards

Most Disappointing Award
I love Yasmin Le Bon and I love Christopher Kane, but it pains me to admit this recently collaboration isn’t really setting my world on fire.

At the 2010 British Fashion Awards in London tonight, Yasmin wore her second Christopher Kane Spring 2011 look within 2 weeks and my issue with the first remains the same for this look – it makes her appear boxy.

Yasmin is a supermodel and we all how time standstill for these rare beautiful creatures, so she should be able to wear anything and make me go weak at the knees.

Sadly yet again I’m wishing she’d picked something else in the collection that would have given her a more shape and a defined waist.

Nude suede pumps and a gold clutch completed her look.

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Daisy Lowe In Elie Saab – 2010 British Fashion Awards

Best Dressed Award
The first thing I said to when I saw Daisy Lowe at the 2010 British Fashion Awards was “Wow.”

Some people have to put in a lot of effort to make a gown this detailed and haunting looks so beautiful.

Daisy Lowe does with ease.

She has that gothic mystic to make this Elie Saab Fall 2010 lace gown so incredibly beautiful. I love how this dress gives her a tiny waist. Smaller than the models would you believe?

We’ve been totally spoilt by 3 gorgeous Elie Saab looks today.

This is why I LOVE the man, my god and creator of all things beautiful.

J’Adore.

BDOTW?

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Emma Roberts In Julien Macdonald – 2010 British Fashion Awards

Most Daring Award
Emma Roberts has been wearing a lot of Topshop lately, but she opted for a high-end designer when she arrived on the red carpet at the 2010 British Fashion Awards in London this evening.

Surprisingly she opted for a dress from the Julien Macdonald Spring 2011 lingerie inspired collection, after wearing maxi dresses for her last few outings.

The dress is super short I guess the young actress wanted to feel comfortable by adding black tights to her look.

I would’ve love this look even more had they modified the dress by making it less revealing under the bust.

Nicholas Kirkwood heels completed her look.

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10.12.09

2009 British Fashion Awards

I had a huge case of de ja vu looking at Victoria Beckham wearing this black long sleeved gown from her recent Spring 2010 collection.

At Elton John’s Oscar party earlier this year she wore a very similar gown.

I was really hoping she would wow me on this occasion, but she didn’t.

Whilst so many opted for black a this event, Lauren Laverne stood out wearing a Matthew Williamson Spring 2010 mini dress.

The dress was covered with intriguing embellishments of an interesting texture.

The Radio and TV presenter completed her look with two tone platform heels which complemented her dress perfectly.

Jacquetta Wheeler also stood out wearing a gorgeous floral Erdem Spring 2010 dress with a tiered skirt.

I would’ve loved it had she not worn the tights – which are understandable in this weather.

Other than that she looks amazing.

Claudia Schiffer also opted for something colourful, wearing a red printed Peter Pilotto Fall 2009 dress.

Like her fellow supermodel above, Claudia also opted for tights.

I would’ve loved for her to wear thigh-high boots like the model.

Daisy Lowe opted for sexy glamour wearing a Vivienne Westwood Spring 2010 gown, with cut-out on the sides plus a thigh-high split.

Thankfully she didn’t over accessorize, because this gown speaks for itself.

Jerry Hall gave her daughter Georgia Jagger – who won Model of the Year – a lesson in how to work the red carpet.

Jerry opted for a two-tone Chanel Fall 2009 fitted dress paired with same runway jacket.

The look suited her quite nicely, but I really objected to the zebra print heels.

Georgia braved the cold wearing a white and grey lace Vivienne Westwood dress with black strappy sandals.

Natalie Massenet – the founder of Net-A-Porter.com and theOutnet.com – must have the most enviable closet.

The stylish CEO opted for a Emanuel Ungaro Spring 2009 one-shoulder taffeta black dress with asymmetrical lines and ruffled details.

T-bar embellished heels complete the look.

Natalia Vodianova blue off-the-shoulder vintage Fortuny gown made her baby blue eyes pop.

Her look is paired with Christian Louboutin Bat Girl heels.

I love Rosamund Pike’s taupe chiffon dress which is accented with black ribbon.

A fur trimmed jacket and taupe heels complete this gorgeous look.

Kate Moss gives us nothing we haven’t seen before from her with this Dior look.

Tolula Adeyemi steps outside the box wearing a one-sleeved white Manjit Deu gown whilst carrying her favourite Louis Vuitton clutch.

I love the dramatic blue embellished sleeve and the sprinkles of details on the bodice.

I’m really admiring this girls style.

Erin O’Connor always gives off such a regal vibe on the red carpet which I love.

Her one-sleeved gown was less colourful than Tolula’s, but is was equally dramatic with the poufy shoulder detail and her long flowing skirt.

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