Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Princess Mette Marit of Norway: She is always one I look out for so I was quite disappointed by this easily forgettable look. She opted for a navy lace Valentino coat dress which she styled with nude Louboutin pumps with navy and gold ribbons braided into her hair.

Crown Princess Mary of Denmark: My favourite royal didn’t let me down, looking as uber chic as always wearing a maroon long sleeve dress with a peplum detail. An event appropriate OTT grey hat, a snakeskin Naledi Copenhagen clutch and black pumps completed her look.

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There’s nothing more magical than a royal wedding.

Prince Guillaume of Luxembourg and Countess Stephanie de Lannoy of Belgium were married in a religious ceremony on Saturday at the Cathedral of our Lady of Luxembourg in Luxembourg.

Stéphanie looked enchanting taking to the aisle in a beautiful Elie Saab Haute Couture wedding gown.

Her stunning lace ivory gown with three-quarter length sleeves was embroidered with silver thread leaves, as was the silk tulle veil.

Her five-metre long train was carried by bridesmaids in peach Natan gowns.

The bride wore her hair up in a chic chignon, with an Altenloh de Bruxelles tiara which has been owned by her family since 1878.

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On what has been a supremely bland weekend for fashion, Naomi Campbell has been my saving grace.

She looked stunning despite the hat at the wedding of the Charlene and Albert in Monaco wearing McQueen, but she went one step further at the Gala Dinner.

The supermodel drop-kicked the ball out of the fashion park by looking uber sexy in Givenchy Fall 2009 Couture gown.

Her halterneck ecru gown was embroidered emerald stones which she complemented with matching emerald earrings.

Naomi is the perfect face and body for Givenchy, which was captured in the brands Fall 2011 ad campaign.

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For the Gala Dinner on the Opéra terraces following her wedding last night in Monaco, Princess Charlene wore an elegant sleeveless Armani Privé white gown with tiered ruffles.

Her lightly embellished gown was her third look of the weekend, well 4 if you count the removal of her jacket and addition of the Tabbah choker for the Jean Michel Jarre concert.

The glamorous party included royals from around the world and supermodels like Naomi Campbell (look to follow).

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Naomi Campbell wore a one shoulder Alexander McQueen ombre floral embroidered dress to the Royal Wedding of Prince Albert II of Monaco and Princess Charlene of Monaco at the Prince’s Palace of Monaco.

She accessorized with an matching fringed shawl, an Alexander McQueen skull clutch and a peach coloured fascinator.

I was starting to tire of seeing fascinators as we’ve had an overload of them since the British royal wedding, but I love how this one complements the floral embroidered and the bottom half of her McQueen gown.

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