Tuesday, 5 October 2010

Best in Show

With Paris Fashion Week drawing to a close, signalling the end of the SS11 RTW shows, I've been looking back over pictures of fabulously (and some not-so fabulously) dressed celebrities with great interest. I've compiled a list of 'Best in Show' - the celeb looks that I, and no doubt you, have been coveting.

Starting us off in New York is Miss Olivia Palermo, looking lovely at at the Monique Lhullier show. Love the bright printed cardi over the muted patterned dress and her new shorter haircut is very fashion forward for this season. Flashing her tanned legs in some on-trend grey ankle boots, she was a front-row favourite this season and I never tire of seeing what she'll wear next.

Try this River Island cardi, £24.99, over a neutral coloured outfit for Olivia's look.

Next up, London Fashion Week, and there was no shortage of inspiring celebrity outfits to lust over. I particularly liked Nicola Roberts' outfit at the Unique show. Love the edginess of the cropped leather jacket over the abstract printed Unique AW10 tutu dress, available from Topshop for £200. Accessorising the look with her statement red hair, she certainly represents us Brits well at LFW - pale is interesting after all!

Pick up this leather-look jacket from Warehouse for £55, throw it over your party dress for the perfect Autumn look.

Paris Fashion Week is always a celeb-fest, and this season has been no different. My favourite look however comes to you from the effortlessly cool US DJ Leigh Lezark, at the Chanel show earlier today. Love the contrast between the snowy hues of her sheer and fur mix dress next to her jet black long bob. And of course it never hurts to wear Chanel to a Chanel show! This stunning dress is one of the highlights of the AW collection.

I wouldn't hope to recreate the magic of Karl Lagerfeld on the British high street but this Topshop dress, £120, is a good compromise.

Many more lust worthy outfits caught my eye but these three were certainly my favourites. Roll on the AW11 shows!


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