There were many egos – justified and not on the Brits red carpet last night.
Florence Welch is a bonafide high fashion Barbie these days. Normal clothes just don’t look right on her. She needs ethereal, alien-wear.
However I did feel, as much as J’ADORE Alexander McQueen, three floaty looks, was overkill.
She looked like the life cycle of a jellyfish by the time she got to the after party. There are other designers, Florence. And that hair is far too dark, move away from the brunette direction and go back to the fire.
Oh dear. Kylie has crossed over. She’s a lady. Madonna hasn’t even gone there yet. It’s hard to believe this is YSL – it looks like a gown available in any local ladies boutique.
I can’t see what Paloma Faithi is wearing. Those eyebrows have seized my eyeballs. I’m told it’s D&G.
There was a sad parade of ex-X-Factor stars last night. Let’s judge them!
That’s not Little Mix that’s a big mix. I don’t have time to dissect all these looks but I’m pretty sure every trend, colour, print and texture is represented. This is what happens when you’ve been dressed up like Bratz dolls for 13 weeks.
Someone needs to stage an intervention with Alexandra Burke’s ego. This dress is insane. I can’t see Gisele working this. Maybe Florence.
I appreciate Caroline Flack’s outfit but this look was done to death in 2011, Eva Herzigova in Cannes and Diane Kruger at some InStyle no-reason-event for example. Love the dip-dyed lions mane and the Burberry clutch, but 5-year-old-boy-in-society-family-portrait and sexy TV presenter – never the twain should meet.
Is Holly Willoughby old enough to have a mid-life crisis yet?
If you missed it, check out The Brits Fashion – Part One. Rihanna, Emelie Sande and Lana Del Rey get the BOHOMOTH treatment.
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