Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Olivia Palermo Front Row @ Nina Ricci Spring 2014

Olivia Palermo could be spotted front row yesterday at the Nina Ricci Spring 2014 show during Paris Fashion Week.

The style plate was dripping in sophistication with her romantic ballet-pink Nina Ricci ensemble that featured a radzimir and organza-laced, belted bustier top and pencil skirt from the Fall 2013 collection.

This ultra-feminine moment was juxtaposed with her Nina Ricci off-white Pre-Fall 2013 jacket with raw-trimmed shoulders and a pin-tucked peplum waist previous worn by Nicole Kidman.

I love the structural mix of this sweet yet statement-making entrance, which was enhanced with the tougher edge of embellished, black Stuart Weitzman pumps and a pink Nina Ricci clutch with sculpted, metallic hardware.

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You can buy Olivia’s Nina Ricci jacket from Net-A-Porter.com.

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Salma Hayek Front Row @ Balenciaga Spring 2014

Salma Hayek was also making the rounds at Paris Fashion Week, as she attended the Balenciaga Spring 2014 show yesterday at the Paris Observatory.

Pledging her allegiance to the Spanish fashion label, the actress put on a monochrome Balenciaga Resort 2014 ensemble that featured a black waist-cinching ribbon-belt detail.

The graphic, graffiti-inspired print, which was rather hectic, was further edged up with heavy, black McQ Alexander McQueen sandal booties.

Keeping the look both fun and fashion-forward, she wore black-and-white geek-chic Balenciaga sunnies with dazzling, circle pendant earrings.

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Selena Gomez In Versace - Front Row @ Versace Spring 2014

No one should be surprised that Selena Gomez was the front-row guest for Versace’s Spring 2014 show, which was presented during Milan Fashion Week on Friday evening.

Selena has worn Versace and Atelier Versace on several occasions, using the brands inherent sex appeal to help her transition from Disney child star to sexy young actress.

Donatella wasted no time getting her number one fan kitted out in a Versace Spring 2014 frock, as Selena wore Look 9 to the event before it had even taken to the runway.

Her black bondage-styled dress with a full raffia flare skirt was styled with black patent leather pointy-toe Versace pumps with a spike sliver heel, a Versace ring and earrings.

I love the dress. She really is becoming a great ambassador for Versace, but I’m not a fan of the makeup as her face appears a few shades lighter than her rest of her body.

Credit: Style.com & Courtesy of Versace

Blake Lively In Gucci - Front Row @ Gucci Spring 2014

Blake Lively and Anna Wintour were reunited in the front row at Gucci’s Spring 2014 show, which kicked off Milan Fashion Week this afternoon.

The actress wore an marigold nappa leather Gucci Resort 2014 dress with a criss-cross halter neckline, which she accented with a tonal belt.

Her sexy frock was styled with Gucci sandals in an autumnal metallic-copper hue, a nude clutch, gold bamboo bracelets plus a bold red pout and sleek tresses completing her look.

Not all of you are fans of Blake’s look, but even you non-believers can see a more grown up level of sexy sophistication here.

If you are having a mild case of déjà vu, that’s because Blake wore a leather Gucci dress in the same hue to the 2011 Teen Choice Awards.

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Cate Blanchett In Tom Ford - Tom Ford Spring 2014 Show

Cate Blanchett was spotted leaving Tom Ford’s Spring 2014 presentation in London yesterday evening.

She was of course decked out in the designer’s threads, selecting one of the more sombre pieces from his Fall 2013 collection, donning a chic black skirt suit with velvet trims which she styled with black tights and black pumps.

The Australian actress isn’t just in town for London Fashion Week; later this evening she will be taking to the red carpet in Leicester Square for the ‘Blue Jasmine’ premiere – hopefully the rain will have stopped by then.

I’m hoping for a couture look this evening. If she does decide to go for a Tom Ford Spring 2014 look, I hope she selects Look 25; everything else from this collection is too revealing or too short for the elegant star.

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Front Row @ Erdem

London’s It girls took to the front row of Erdem’s Spring 2014 collection to see what lace-accented floral delights the designer had in store for us this time, with one PYT sticking out like a sore thumb.

Alexa Chung: The DJ didn’t appear to get the floral or lace memo, opting for a cosy Topshop knit sweater (which I have in pink) styled with a leather mini skirt, ankle boots and a Burberry Fall 2013 clutch. While she might not have towed the line with the dress code, the look is very much in tune with her style.

Poppy Delevingne: The socialite donned funky crystal-accented DSquared2 shades while wearing a pretty white frock with colourful floral appliqués from Erdem’s Resort 2014 collection which she styled with black pumps. While the footwear wouldn’t have been my first choice, they coordinate well with the black trims on her dress.

Pixie Geldof: I saw the socialite several times yesterday. While she changed her dress for each show – here she’s wearing an Erdem Pre-Fall 2013 floral frock – she did not part with her trusted Dolce & Gabbana animal-print clutch, or her burgundy booties showcased during Christopher Kane’s Fall 2013 collection.

Daisy Lowe: The model channeled her inner Courtney Love, styling her pretty white lace Erdem Resort 2014 frock with workman-like lace-up boots, with black Prada Heritage cat eye sunglasses and a Miu Miu ‘Bowling’ bag completing her look.

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