Emma Roberts In Temperley London – ‘True British’ Book Launch

Emma Roberts attended the Temperley London launch celebration of the book ‘True British’ at the Temperley LA boutique this Friday.

The actress wore a lace top from the Spring 2012 Temperley London collection.

The high-necked top was originally paired on the runway with a fairly simple high-waisted skirt.

Emma, however, chose to play up the top’s Victorian-goth feel with a full-length black velvet skirt, accessorized with a red Kotur clutch, smoky eyes and red lips.

We’re totally on board with the Victorian vibe Emma has going on, but is it just us or is something just a tiny bit off?

This look has just a little too much going on – maybe less eye-makeup or more polished hair next time?

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Liya Kebede In Cushnie et Ochs – 2011 CFDA Vogue/Fashion Fund Awards

Liya Kebede attended the 2011 CFDA Vogue/Fashion Fund Awards at the Skylight SoHo in New York City last night.

The supermodel looked outstanding in top-to-toe yellow.

She also donned a Cushnie et Ochs Spring 2012 look. If only Olivia Wilde had been so bold.

Sporting lacquered locks she shone wearing a yellow sharply cut tailored jacket, with a matching blouse and flared skirt.

When it comes to her accessories, the black clutch fades into the background, but the yellow sandals stand out.

Stylish and beautiful sans makeup. I’m so jealous right now.

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Mia Wasikowska In Rodarte – 2011 CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards

Mia Wasikowska attended the 2011 CFDA Vogue/Fashion Fund Awards at the Skylight SoHo in New York City last night.

The Australian actress gave us our second look at the Rodarte Spring 2012 collection on the red carpet.

On this occasion it’s the dress which is doing all the work.

This lapis-blue satin dress with chiffon stripes and a gathered neckline embellished with crystals is sensational – without question.

Sadly, however, Mia is not selling it to me.

From the hairstyle to the lack of makeup to the lacklustre satin pumps, I’m hoping that this dress will have a second run-out.

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Kendall Jenner's Lisa Marie Fernandez two-piece Colby ruffle button bikini

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Nikki Reed In Marchesa – ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1’ LA Premiere

Nikki Reed was most definitely not the backup dancer at the LA premiere for ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1’ last night.

She shone just like the main star wearing a Marchesa Resort 2012 dress.

Her minty chiffon draped one-shoulder goddess dress with gold embroidered details was the perfect look to make her stand out.

Side-swept curly locks, four dangling drop Sutra earrings and neutral makeup completed her look.

Too summery or just right?

You can buy Nikki’s Jimmy Choo Greta gold lame sandals from
Net-A-Porter US and Net-A-Porter International.

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Victoria Beckham In Victoria Beckham – 2011 WWD Apparel & Retail CEO Summit

After travelling to New York with Harper Beckham, Victoria Beckham attended the 2011 WWD Apparel & Retail CEO Summit at the Plaza Hotel yesterday evening.

The designer – not surprisingly – is the first to wear a look from her Spring 2012 collection.

Her navy and black colour-block strapless dress was teamed with the same Christian Louboutin pumps with a leather leg-piece from the runway.

You would be forgiven if you thought she was wearing leather boots with a cut-out detail, but you can see from the close-up runway pictures below that the leather leg-piece clips at the back of the Louboutin pumps.

Wavy locks, nude glossy lips and kohl-rimmed eyes completed VB’s look.

I hope that now Queen B has worn a look from this collection, many more looks will follow on the red carpet.

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Octavia Spencer In Tadashi Shoji – 2011 Governors Awards Dinner

Octavia Spencer attended the 2011 Governors Awards dinner in LA on Saturday night.

The breakout star of ‘The Help’ wore a Tadashi Shoji Fall 2011 black embroidered lace gown with bateau neckline.

While the unique lace pattern is beautiful and the neckline extremely flattering, the look falls apart in the styling.

The belt could be trimmed and better proportioned to the bustline, as seen on the runway, while the shawl should be ditched entirely.

It may be cliché, but a pop of colour (bangles! lipstick! A clutch!) might have saved this ensemble from looking so funeral procession appropriate.

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