Wednesday, 9 June 2010

MTV Movie Awards 2010

I aim to celebrate fashion through my blogging comentary, featuring what, in my opinion, are the best looks, the most stylish and inspirational. Sometimes, however, it's hard to be complementary and all too easy to be critical.

Sunday night's MTV Movie Awards saw more style shockers than I care to recall, with Katy Perry leading the way as a repeat offender. In order to save the best 'til last, I inevitably have to start with the worst...

Zuhair Murad dress with Rock & Republic heels.
Hmmm, I've seen transparent mesh 'decorated' with strategically placed crystals before. Britney Spears wore something strikingly similar in her Toxic video...word of advice to Katy Perry; take fashion tips from Britney and you will end up with a truly toxic look. Regarding the blue wig - words fail me.

Dress by Herve Leger, shoes as before

Dress by Atelier Versace, platform pumps by YSL
It puzzles me as to why Christina Aguilera still insists on relentlessly championing the hair and make up of a 50s sex siren. It isn't new or surprising anymore, it's standard and what is expected from Xtina (cringe). The bandage style top with oversized chain straps is all a bit Jodie Marsh, and the bottom half weirdly reminds me of the body of a blackbird, all shiny feathered and oily looking. Far too try-hard and far too tacky when paired with a peroxide quiff and stripper heels.

Dress by Dolce & Gabbana
I don't want to jump on the bandwagon and become yet another one of Kristen Stewart's very harsh critics, but when you are a star of cult classic movies, and have access to the world's greatest stylists, I think you should use them.

Pamela Roland jumpsuit
Lindsay Lohan; always cheap, never chic.

Now for the best part, providing the perfect remedy for the above...

Dress by Giambattista Valli
Looking fresh and demure, Jessica Biel proves you don't have to let it all hang out in order to get noticed.

Dress by Louise Goldin
Jessica Alba looks super cool in sheer, sparkling leggings and a sports inspired dress, by British designer Louise Goldin.

Yigal Azrouël dress, Sergio Rossi heels
Whitney gets it just right, as usual, setting off her golden tan in zesty lemon and nude body-con. Gold accessories add the perfect dose of glamour...check out the shoes!!!

Stella McCartney Pre-Fall with Roger Vivier accessories

Stella McCartney Pre-Fall with Jimmy Choo shoes
I've spotted Amanda Seyfried out and about in a whole host of super stylish outfits recently. Definitely one to watch I think...

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