Celebs donned in their finest Dolce & Gabbana treads to join in the celebrations at Net-A-Porter HQ.
Naomi Campbell: The supermodel and long-term friend of Mr Dolce and Mr Gabbana wore an animal print chiffon halter dress with black Alaia cut-out suede sandals.
Alexandra Burke: The British singer opted to wear a dark pink Dolce & Gabbana strapless lace bustier which she teamed with black lace Dolce & Gabbana peep-toes and a gold clutch. The clutch is really not working for me. Like really really not working for me.
Jamie Winstone: As you know I have a soft spot for Jamie. The British actress is never boring on the red carpet. She opted to wear a colourful Dolce & Gabbana floral print satin dress which she paired with Michael van der Ham blue devore wedges, which were worn over black socks. I was going to say that her shoe choice is shocking, but everyone else opted for black heels so I should be grateful she did something different.
Queen Latifah: The Queen was suited up in Dolce & Gabbana; opting for dazzling statement necklace to pull the look together.
Solange Knowles: Beyonce’s sister also opted for a slightly more masculine look. She paired Dolce & Gabbana star print leggings with a white shirt and a black blazer.
Keisha Buchanan: The former Sugababes singer wore a sleeveless Dolce & Gabbana leopard print dress with some very uninspiring pumps.
Pixie Geldof: The TV host gives us more animal print with her Dolce & Gabbana dress. The dress is gorgeous, but she gets nil points for overall presentation.
Peaches Geldof: Sister Peaches opted for a more glamorous look wearing a Dolce & Gabbana silver sequin strapless dress we’ve seen on everyone from Kylie Minogue to Rihanna.
Pixie Lott: The Essex singer wore a sweet white Dolce & Gabbana dress which she teamed with a Miss Sicily bag and booties. Usually I’m not a fan of pairing grungy boots with sweet dresses, but it really works for me on this occasion. Maybe because Pixie isn’t trying so hard unlike someone else I could mention.
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