British Vogue and Tiffany & Co. Fashion and Film Party

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There many more celebrities who grace the red carpet on Sunday (February 2) for the British Vogue and Tiffany & Co. Fashion and Film Party held at Annabel’s on Sunday (February 2) in London.

M.I.A.: The singer has been M.I.A. from the red carpet for a while, but she made a head-turning return in this dress which is instantly recognisable as Richard Quinn due to the dramatic, and innovative use of floral prints. There is a lot going on, but I’m drinking it in one gulp at a time.  Only the likes of M.I.A, Rihanna, Chloe Sevigny, Rita Ora, potentially Beyonce and Joey King would have what takes pull this off. This was easily one of my favourites on the night.  

Irina Shayk:  While most of us are in knitwear season, the model appears to be in swimsuit season, because that’s what this Burberry look is to me; a swimsuit with a beaded overlay.  I don’t buy this notion that she wanted to show ex Bradley Cooper – who was in attendance – “what he’s missing” ( I hate that phrase), because Irina has never been afraid to give us risqué red carpet moments.

Gemma Arterton: The British actress looked radiant wearing a Prabal Gurung Pre-Fall 2020 two-piece red look, that was veering into Victoria Beckham territory when to came to the length of the trousers. Roger Vivier shoes, and Tiffany & Co. jewels completed her look.

Nicole Scherzinger: I’m not sure this animal print Alex Perry Fall 2019 look will get a lot of love, but I love the drama this brought to the party.  Classic Nicole if you ask me.

Prabal Gurung Pre-Fall 2020
Alex Perry Fall 2019

Maya Jama:  I’m a huge fan of Maya Jama in every way possible, but I failed to get on-board with this Azzi & Osta Spring 2020 yellow off-shoulder tulle gown, and it has nothing to do with this feeling more suited to the summer months. I don’t think I would even like it then. It appears too tight on the chest, the embellishments feel a little bit too gaudy for such a delicate fabric.  After being stunned by Jodie Turner Smith’s yellow gown, this one pales in comparison.

Florence Pugh:  Would it be rude of me to remove Florence off my one-to-watch this awards season? Because she had an absolute shocker in Dries van Noten at the main event, and she didn’t fare so well in this Givenchy ruffled creation either.  If this is the direction she is going in after receiving an Oscar nomination, I’m really worried about that she will deliver on Sunday night.

Azzi & Osta Spring 2020

Naomi Scott:  The ‘Aladdin’ star was seeing stars in this Christopher Kane Spring 2020 star print embellished dress styled with Maria Tash jewels and Jimmy Choo ‘Max’ platform sandals.

Jourdan Dunn:  The newly engaged model found the perfect vintage Jean Paul Gaultier Spring 1997 Haute Couture gown to complement that large sparkler.  The boy dunn good.

Christopher Kane Spring 2020
Jean Paul Gaultier Spring 1997 Haute Couture

Jenna Coleman:  I’m usually a big fan of Jenna’s style, but I’m not a fan of the bottom half of this Preen By Thornton Bregazzi Pre-Fall 2020 dress.  It feels like an old-fashioned nightie.

Paloma Faith: No one commits to a look more than Paloma Faith.  Wearing Simone Rocha Spring 2020, I would’ve been disappointed had she not gone OTT with the styling. 

Preen By Thornton Bregazzi Pre-Fall 2020
Simone Rocha Spring 2020

Credit: Darren Gerrish


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