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2010 Golden Globe Awards – Worst Dressed

Worst Dressed Award
I never liked this Zac Posen Resort 2010 dress on the runway, and I’m sorry to say but I think it’s even worse on Tina Fey.

The print is quite garish and I just hate this awkward length on the skirt.

The only thing I did like were her nude satin Christian Louboutin bow T dorect peep toe d’orsay heels.

Most Predictable Award
We get it, we get it Mariah Carey.

You’ve got big boobs, but must show them off at every occasion?

I did applaud Mariah’s attempt become more sophisticated on the red carpet, but she’s slowly slipped back to tackyville.

Next time please cover up the twins and try to discover what demure and sophisticated means.

Inappropriately Dressed Award
Perrey Reeves looks great in her black and teal Herve Leger dress, but it’s NOT event appropriate.

Had it been a gown it would’ve worked better for me, but this dress was way to casual.

I Guess You Couldn’t Be Bothered To Dress Up Award
Julia Roberts wore a very simple black knee-length vintage YSL dress.  So simple it bored me to tears.

OK the necklace jazzes it up a bit, but I can’t help feeling that her poor stylist had to fight to get her to wear it.

She carried a Christian Louboutin clutch.

Most Disappointed Award
The one person I was looking forward to seeing on this red carpet was Carey Mulligan.

Unfortunately I wasn’t wowed by her navy and black organza Nina Ricci Spring 2010 modified gown.

I think the runway version is way more interesting with the asymmetrical neckline and the lace skirt.

Her look was completed with Fred Leighton jewels.

Worst Supported Award
For someone who’s spent a lot of time promoting bra’s I was very surprised at Heidi Klum’s lack of support in her ice blue Roberto Cavalli dress.

Too Sombre Award
Maybe it was the weather but I just wasn’t feeling the lack of colour in January Jones’ look.

Normally she wears lots of bright colours, but it was  her black Lanvin gown really gave me the blues.

I also really disliked that heavy black headband.

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In Leighton Meester’s Closet – Christopher Kane & Nina Ricci

Whilst most celebs have been sunning themselves in St. Barts or skiing in Aspen, Leighton Meester has been working to get “singing career” off the ground.

At the opening party of Miami’s newest nightclub Klutch, the actress/”singer” wore a sexy Christopher Kane Spring 2009 LBD with the trademark scalloped edges which featured heavily in Kane’s Spring 2009 collection.

It’s been hard to maintain a style crush on Leighton Meester recently, as both her looks and make-up have been very questionable.

But here she gets back on track looking sexy, chic and confident pairing her dress with YSL suede ankle boots.

I love everything about this look which grants her the first place in the BDOTW poll.

Leighton Meester hosted a post-New Year’s party at the Venetian in Las Vegas on Saturday night and again she didn’t let us down in the style stakes.

She looked fresh faced wearing a Nina Ricci Resort 2009 layered spaghetti strapped dress with a ruffled asymmetrical skirt.

Her dress was paired with Derek Lam Spring 2010 strappy sandals.

I’ll do my best to pretend that her good run wasn’t spoilt by this lace and taupe pant ensemble at Dusk night club on NYE in Atlantic City.

I could’ve loved it, if it weren’t for those pants.

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Social Events Of The Week

Georgina Chapman For Garrard Launch, London

Standing quite a vision in regal blue, Georgina Chapman posed at the launch of her new jewellery collection for Garrard.

Once again we see the designer rocking her own brand, however the founder of Marchesa does make a rather impressive clothes horse for this exotic design.

A mass of sequins and beads, this short sparkly number certainly gains attention, with bordering feathers softening the tough structure. Opting for simple black platforms to complement her look, Georgina keeps the rest basic too, with natural hair and just a touch of a smouldering eye on show.

Princess Beatrice attended the event wearing a Notte by Marchesa Fall 2009 piece.

Very much in-keeping with this season’s favourite trend, Beatrice knows that anything that glitters or gleams goes, and looks fantastic covered in chunky gold sequins.

The little jacket and tights that Beatrice has chosen smarten this look, showing that even though she is a Princess, Beatrice knows grown-up glamour.

“The Box” New York Premiere

Despite this RM by Roland Mouret body-con dress fitting Cameron Diaz’s form perfectly, it’s disappointing to see the normally animated and lively actress in this more muted style.

Her personality has previously been heightened by what she has worn, however here, Cameron loses something of her kinetic celebrity persona.

By dressing down in tights and adding a tame up ‘do, it further dampens things. This dress doesn’t do her justice.

“Valentino: The Last Emperor”, New York

In keeping with recent ghoulish-festivities, Daphne Guiness stepped out a few nights ago in a dark ensemble, mixing textures and shapes creatively.

The fashion-forward mum-of-three stuck with her usual flamboyant style, combining tight leather leggings, a satin bodice and a velvet cropped jacket.

Stepping out in Nina Ricci’s lavish Fall 2009 boot, Daphne doesn’t disappoint as an example of someone unafraid to experiment with fashion, fully confident in her stride.

Socialite Lauren Remington Platt was spotted wearing this gorgeous Julien Macdonald dress recently, a garment taken from the designer’s Spring 2010 collection.

This same dress was placed on our Wish List page not long ago for starlet Cheryl Cole.

The candy-colours fused with figure-hugging fabric create a piece that is sweet and girly but with a flirtatious, sexy edge.

CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Finalists Dinner, LA

Stunning Diane Kruger looks effortlessly chic in this asymmetric Chloe Fall 2009 jumpsuit.

Belted, to cinch her waist and showing just a peep of skin, the actress needn’t do anything else to this fabulous piece.

She kept her hair and make-up basic to achieve a flawless example of great style.

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Celebrities Love…The Nina Ricci “Ondine” Bag Collection

Nina Ricci is known for it’s clothes – and heels after the Fall 2009 collection – but they also make stunning bags.

The Nina Ricci “Ondine” bag collection could be the next line of ‘It’ bags, as many celebs have been seen toting the bags around in recent weeks.

Whilst we were all dazzled by Leighton Meester’s Louis Vuitton dress and red Brian Atwood shoes at the Teen Choice Awards, we didn’t notice her Nina Ricci black python “Ondine” clutch.

Uma Thurman was spotted in Paris shopping with her fiancé Arpad Busson carrying a Nina Ricci bag, and of course RiRi started the celebrity love of this collection carrying the Nina Ricci Pony Bag.

The “Ondine” collection includes 4 models: The Tote, the Hobo, the Shoulder Bag and the Clutch.

All of which are available in a several fabrics (dyed lamb, pony, alligator and calf) and colours (black, lilac, grape, grey, blueberry and bordeaux), but each bag has a distinctive horseshoe-shaped ribbon detail.

Barney’s currently have 6 styles online in black in various sizes, but you can view the full collection at NinaRicci.com.

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Runway To Four Seasons Hotel – Drew Barrymore In Nina Ricci


Drew Barrymore arrived at the Four Seasons Hotel in Hollywood on Friday, looking so incredibly sophisticated.

This time evoking the strong 80s woman, with the large tinted Von Zipper Dharma shades, and eggplant Nina Ricci Pre-Fall 2009 long-sleeved dress, with a peplum at the waist.

I adore the Badgley Mischka silver brooch, which has an antique, vintage feel about it.

Her look was complete with a classic chic updo, and Gucci tortoise patent slingbacks.

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