Haim In Versace – The Universal Music BRITs Party

I’ve noticed over the past week that the majority aren’t feeling very sisterly when it comes to the red carpet style of Haim.

Contrived is a word that has been used most in the comments. But as someone who is all about girl bands having cohesion and presenting unity (which of course comes naturally as they are sisters), I’m a huge fan of their style.

They serve up a bit of everything.

Downtown cool at the NMEs, boho elegance at The BRITs and here they are paying homage to the ’80s in Versace’s Spring 2018 tribute collection for the Universal Music BRIT Awards After-Party in London on Wednesday (February 21).

Este Haim: She wore the striking red look which Margot Robbie made her own. Este merely swapped the sandals for pumps.

Alana Haim: I have Olivia Newton John’s ‘Let’s Get Physical’ playing in my mind when I see Alana’s monochrome purple look.

Danielle Haim: Perhaps my favourite of the three. This citrus look is so uplifting with plenty of attitude.

Were these powerful jackets with strong silhouettes, crop tops, leggings and coordinating bottoms a win, win, win in your eyes? I feel like I already know the answer.

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Rita Ora In Francesco Scognamiglio Couture – Warner Music Group & Ciroc Brit Awards Party

Rita Ora was back on the red carpet at the Warner Music Group &Ciroc Brit Awards Party on Wednesday (February 21) in London, England, joining Dua Lipa.

The singer’s feathered Ralph & Russo Fall 2017 Couture gown went down favourably at The BRIT Awards 2018 so I am intrigued to see how this will be received.

The Francesco Scognamiglio Spring 2018 separates carry the same angelic mood with heavy embellishment and frills.

The fitted silhouettes underscore the sweetness by adding an alluringly sensuality.

I was pleased she chose the sandals as opposed to the white boots as the more delicate footwear enhances the surface detailing.

She didn’t need all of the jewellery, but it did personalize the pieces, giving them bold, glamorous finish that’s in her wheelhouse.

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Dua Lipa In Versace, Armani Privé & Stella McCartney – The BRIT Awards 2018 Performance, Press Room & After-Party

After making an ethereal entrance in Giambattista Valli Spring 2018 Couture at The Brit Awards 2018 on Wednesday (February 21) in London, England, the singer kept up the bold fashion looks throughout the evening.

The BRIT Awards 2018 Performance: For her performance of ‘New Rules,’ she wore a printed cotton denim jacket combined with a printed matching top featuring the Tresor de la Mer print from the Versace Tribute Spring Summer 2018 collection. The oceanic print and mix of colours had a playful quality with the high-cut silhouette showcased her long legs.

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The BRIT Awards 2018 Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

The Brit Awards 2018 weren’t just about the ladies, as a set of fellows put on their stylish best for the event on Wednesday (February 21) in London.

Calvin Harris: Not only did Calvin have me at hello, given the pure sharpness of this Dior Homme Spring 2018 suit, I was even more enamoured upon closer inspection. Look closely, and the graphic print is actually ‘Christian Dior Atelier’ printed stripes. Way to put ‘normal’ pinstripes to shame.

Justin Timberlake: Before taking to the stage to perform, JT was on the red carpet in a Stella McCartney dark suit and red scarf for a stylish flourish. I do question the brown shoes here, as they were such a distraction.

Luke Evans: The Welsh actor channeled suave formality in this charcoal-gray, contrast lapel suit.

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The BRIT Awards 2018 Red Carpet Roundup

Long, short, and everything in between, the eclectic looks marched on with so many more stars in attendance at The Brit Awards 2018 on Wednesday (February 21) in London.

Jennifer Hudson: I loved the sizzling hue of this red-hot Ralph Lauren gown, but not the fit. The patent-plasticized look would have been all shine had the silhouette been sleeker without the awkward folds.

Adwoa Aboah: Rita Ora wasn’t the only one in feathers, as Adwoa also took a flight of fancy with this Sonia Rykiel white dress. The model’s directional looks can sometimes be a tough sell, so I like the pristine romance she presented here with Jimmy Choo ‘Minny’ sandals and a Time’s Up rose to complete the picture.

Maya Jama: Given this House of Holland mini was a custom piece, I expected an impeccable fit and the pink metallic number delivered. She complemented its flirty, girlish side with Sophia Webster embellished sandals. But, I would have left the diamond choker at home.

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