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With Nails Like This, One Direction Will Date You Too! Little Mix Launch Nailwear Collection

By Daisy Buchanan on April 15th, 2013
Daisy gets nailed!

Daisy gets nailed!

I’ve had a fashion crush on Little Mix since I first clapped eyes on them when Tulisa was using the X Factor as a perfume product placement vehicle, with a subtle arm tattoo.  Jesy, Perrie, Leigh Anne and Jade make the sort of brilliantly bold style choices that inspire us to layer, clash and burn any “sensible greige workwear” that has mysteriously found its way into our wardrobe. After all, greige is clearly not the way to Zayn One Direction’s heart.

Admittedly, I’m not always bold enough to follow their look to the letter – but I love the idea of wearing it on my fingertips. So it was really exciting to hear the girls were collaborating with Elegant Touch.

Working with designer Jenny Pasha and their stylist Alex Knox, the girls have each created a false nail and wrap design reflecting their personalities. Jesy’s black stud effect press ons are awesomely edgy, but Perrie’s alternate stars and sparkle design was the one that won me over.

Elegant Touch Perrie Press On Nails, £6,

Elegant Touch Perrie Press On Nails, £6,

The wraps can last for over a week if you look after your nails, and the falsies will keep going for around three days, although they’re perfect for parties and less perfect for writers on deadline (Perrie, if you’re reading this – how do you type?) Luckily the nails come with adhesive backing, so they’re much easier to apply than traditional, glue on falsies – you press ‘em on and peel ‘em off, so you can use them next time you have a big hand based event, like some shadow puppetry or a demonstration slot in home shopping channel.

The nails and wraps are available exclusively from New Look for £6.

Beauty, Features, Opinion peice, Uncategorized

April (baths and) showers

By Daisy Buchanan on April 15th, 2013

As a lapsed Catholic, I still put a lot of stock in the mystical powers of water based communion. Also, I am very fond of sitting down and struggle in the shower because there’s no good surface to rest a Kir Royale. I prefer the bath. If I were to be offered the Marquisdom of any UK spa town, I would choose Bath. And I would sit in one all day long, making my subjects fetch me Marmite on toast, and premium gin and tonics, and brand new copies of Viz. And I would pass a law forbidding Nicholas Cage from scowling at people in Waitrose. Nic, I know for a fact that no-one is ever rude to anyone in Hollywood, so you needn’t come to the South West and think you can get away with it.

As a child, I read a book called Lucie Clayton’s World Of Modelling, and it blew my mind. Lucie Clayton was an etiquette doyenne who trained girls up to be models around the time that Twiggy was invented. No, not the Royal Family one, the one who now does moody sexy staring at handbags with Erin O’Connor.

Anyway, Lucie Clayton’s advice to future models was this. Avoid oranges, because they are full of sugar. Butter is better for you, because it has no sugar. (I practise her philosophy to this day.) Sleeping with photographers is not a good way to get jobs – that one doesn’t just apply to models either. I suspect that’s why Jessops had so many problems. But most impressively at all, she applauded a model who always had a bath each morning, no matter how late it made her. “She might get fired, but she’d go clean.”

In the midst of a really dreadful recession, turning up late for work whistling and grinning “I had a bath!” will get your pay docked, get your birthday forgotten and ensure that no-one ever makes you a cup of tea again. So I have some bath and bath effect products – each delivering the sort of scented luxury that will soften your skin, make you smell all spendy and ensure you’ll be leaping from your bed to your shower each morning, getting you into work early and upping your chances of landing the Sanderson account.


Penhaligon’s Artemisia Hand and body Cream and Shower Gel

Artemisia Hand and Body Cream, £28 for 150ml,

Artemisia Hand and Body Cream, £28 for 150ml,

This is the scent of an empty, sandy beach, first thing on a hot may morning. It will make you hear birds coo. You’ll shut your eyes and picture camellias lilting in the breeze – and it makes your skin petal soft. It’s subtle, grown up femininity for fans of a sophisticated floral. If you end up using this in the morning, there’s a good chance you’ll end up buying a load of nude chiffon frocks on your lunch break.


Molton Brown Patchouli Bath And Shower Gel and Body Lotion

Molton Brown Patchouli and Saffron Collection, from £18,

Molton Brown Patchouli and Saffron Collection, from £18,


It’s the scent of revolution – very seventies, but very sexy. Think Halston Heritige, not Alistair Darling’s beard and the Notting Hill Riots. In the shower, peppery finish will wake you up and energise you for a day of sticking it to the man. But in the bath, the smoky sweetness mysteriously emerges and envelops you – perfect for when you’ve just got home and feel too worn out to remove your kohl. And the moisturiser smooths your skin so effectively that if you do get caught by the authorities during a protest or demonstration, you can side out of a policeman’s grasp with the greatest of ease.


Woods of Windsor Bergamot and Neroli Bath and Shower Gel and Moisturiser

Woods of Windsor Bergamot and Neroli Moisturising Bath and Shower gel, £8.50 for 350ml,

Woods of Windsor Bergamot and Neroli Moisturising Bath and Shower gel, £8.50 for 350ml,

If you really need to kick ass in the work place, once you’ve polished your Filofax and attached two extra pairs of shoulder pads to your epically lapelled jacket, you need to shower with this. It smells headily fresh – and if that’s a contradiction, it is. The bergamot will make you feel like Katniss Everdeen running through the forest, and the Neroli will turn you into Liza Taylor playing Cleopatra. The combination will disarm and confound people, which is always handy when you have to deliver a PowerPoint presentation to the Board.


Elemis Quiet Mind Relaxing Bath Elixir

Elemis Quiet Mind Relaxing Bath Elixir, £21 for 350ml, department stores nationwide

Elemis Quiet Mind Relaxing Bath Elixir, £21 for 350ml, department stores nationwide

It’s 8pm on Monday. You’ve just crawled home, and your head is buzzing. You’ve been emailing so hard that you’ve had pins and needles in your right hand for the past two hours. All you want is to inhale an enormous glass of Cabernet Sauvignon, and manage to stay awake until Made In Chelsea comes on. But you’d promised yourself you’d try and stay off the booze, at least ’til Wednesday. Quiet Mind is BETTER than booze. Woody botanicals are a powerful aromatherapist’s tool, and this is the best way to clear your mind and ease the pressures of the day as gently as possible. It’s not called a Spa at Home product for nothing.


Cath Collins Orange Flower Bath Elixir

Cath Collins Orange Flower Bath Elixir, £29.95 for 150ml.


In Sophie Dahl’s novel Playing With The Grown Ups, beautiful, troubled Marina bathes in orange blossom oil “because a witch told her it made men crazy”. All thoughts of mental health issues and heteronormativity aside, who wouldn’t want that power? This is a product that reminds me why I love to bathe – sure, it functions brilliantly in the bath and moisturises your skin. But to bathe properly is to practise magic, and observe a scared ritual, and this dizzyingly sensual fragrance has bewitching, intoxicating powers.

Celebrity Style, Events, Uncategorized

Jessie J performs at Blackberry BBM launch, event marred by stabbing

By shinychris on April 4th, 2012

BlackBerry BBM event - with Jessie J

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Jessie J performs at BlackBerry's BBM event, a celebration of the smartphone's free instant messaging app, held at the Bankside Vaults in London.

Well it all started so brightly with a celeb-tastic turnout at the Pulse nightclub at Bankside Vaults, underneath Blackfriars Bridge. But after fine performances from Wretch 32 and Jessie J, a man was stabbed violently in the neck with a broken bottle while waiting in the queue for the cloakroom.

Apparently, the stars of TOWIE were locked in the toilets during the horrific events, while others reported seeing nightclub bouncers covered in blood in the toilets. Inevitably some party goers took to Twitter as the drama unfolded.

Big Brother star Bobby Sabel tweeted: ‘”Incident” at the Jessie j / blackberry party. We’re all stuck in here! I just want to get in my cab!’

He added later: ‘Carnage! Literally the whole crowd is stampeding against the police!’

It’s the sort of publicity that the troubled BlackBerry brand could do without, especially after its BBM Messenger service was cited as playing a role in helping looters communicate their tactics during last year’s London riots.

Shiny Style was at last night’s event for BlackBerry and can verify that it was a very boozy affair with many teenagers at the event, many of them taking full advantage of the free bar like they’d never had a free drink before (maybe they hadn’t).

By 11.45pm it was certainly mayhem on the dance floor as people were literally falling over from too much booze.

Thankully we left minutes before the horrific incident which has left a man in hospital fighting for his life.

After the event Jessie J tweeted: “My thoughts are with the person who was seriously injured last night at the Blackberry Bbm party. So sad. I really hope they are ok.”


X Factor fashion: Little Mix channel the 80s and 60s, Misha B’s disc dress and the judge’s style

By Andrea Petrou on December 6th, 2011

Amelia later changed into a black ruffled frock

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Miranda Kerr says she’s “equal” to other models

By Andrea Petrou on November 30th, 2011

Miranda Kerr says she’s “equal” to other models.

The Australian beauty admits when she first saw other Victoria’s Secret models such as Heidi Klum and Gisele Bundchen she felt quite under-confident in her ability but now knows she can hold her own.

She told New York Magazine: “I just remember, like, the first time I met Adriana (Lima), she was so beautiful. I was like, ‘Why would they want me? I mean, look at her. She’s incredible.’ And then I met Heidi and Gisele and I was like, ‘What am I doing here?’

“But now I always see myself as, like, equal to everyone.”

Miranda – who has a 10-month-old son, Flynn, with husband Orlando Bloom – also revealed how it’s important for women to feel confident in themselves, no matter who they are standing next to.

She said: “I can’t feel bad about being who I am, just like the girl next to me can’t feel bad about being who she is. Because a rose can never be a sunflower, and a sunflower can never be a rose.”

“I want to encourage women to embrace their own uniqueness. Because just like a rose is beautiful, so is a sunflower, so is a peony. I mean, all flowers are beautiful in their own way, and that’s like women too.”

Fashion News, Uncategorized

Replicas of Bella Swan’s Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 wedding dress go on sale

By Andrea Petrou on November 24th, 2011

Replicas of Bella Swan’s Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 wedding dress have gone on sale.

The Carolina Herrera designed gown – worn by actress Kristen Stewart in the movie – provided the inspiration for the $799 dress adapted by designer Michael Shettel for the collaboration between Summit Entertainment and bridal retailer Alfred Angelo and Michael admitted keeping the price down was a struggle.

He said: “There were pricing issues to try to get it down to $799. That was the biggest issue more than design issues.”

The dress features liquid satin instead of the silk used on the gown worn by Bella when she married her vampire love Edward Cullen in the film.

Carolina is also set to sell gowns which follow the same design as Bella’s dress at her CHNY boutique and the designer recently revealed Kristen found trying on the dress for the first time an emotional experience.

She told “In the initial fitting when Kristen put the dress on and looked in the mirror, she was very moved. In that moment she was not an actress or a character in a film, she was a bride, and a happy one at that. It is always very important to make the bride happy, of course, and in this case I was delighted to do so. It was a very special moment for both Kristen and the character of Bella to share.

“A wedding dress is both an intimate and personal for a woman – it must reflect the personality and style of the bride. Bella’s dress is romantic and filled with a timeless sophistication, very similar to the character. In a way, this dress served as a symbol of the character’s coming of age and introduction into womanhood.”


Marc Jacobs’ Oh, Lola fragrance ad with Dakota Fanning banned in the UK

By Elisabeth Edvardsen on November 10th, 2011

The British Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) have slammed Marc Jacobs’ ad campaign for his Oh, Lola fragrance which features 17-year-old actress Dakota Fanning. It has ruled that the “sexually provocative” magazine ad that shows Dakota Fanning sitting on the floor wearing a pale coloured short dress with an Oh Lola perfume bottle between her thighs, is “irresponsible and likely to cause serious offence.” They have also decided that Dakota looks under the age of 16 to back up their decision.

The ad, which was photographed by Juergen Teller, appeared in magazines in August and received four complaints which made the ASA take action.

The young Hollywood star was chosen by fashion designer Jacobs to be a “contemporary Lolita” after being inspired by her appearance as a 15-year-old punk rock ringer in the film ‘The Runaways’.

In response to the ban, Jacobs released a statement which said:

“It was our pleasure to work with Dakota Fanning for the Oh, Lola campaign. She is a smart, pretty, interesting, talented young woman, and we would never have suggested an advertising concept that we thought was inappropriate. I believe she is also very thoughtful about the projects she takes on and would not have done something that she felt was in questionable taste. It’s really unfortunate that people have taken anything negative from what we believe is a really good campaign, and one that so perfectly embodies the fragrance.”

Fine, Dakota does look quite young so we do understand the ASA’s reasons, but surely this isn’t the most provocative of ads out there?


After splitting with Leonardo DiCaprio Blake Lively gets together with Ryan Reynolds

By Andrea Petrou on October 18th, 2011


Blake Lively has made a second visit to see Ryan Reynolds in Boston.

The ‘Gossip Girl’ actress – who recently split from Leonardo DiCaprio after five months of dating – was reportedly spotted having a romantic dinner with the 35-year-old hunk in exclusive Boston eatery Mistral Bistro last Monday.
A source told the New York Daily News newspaper: “It’s getting more serious. Ryan really respects her.”

While Blake was said to be keen to spend “a few days” with Ryan, who is filming new movie ‘C.I.P.D’ in the city, she was only able to stay one night before heading back to New York.

The visit came just days after the ‘Change Up’ star – who split from wife Scarlett Johansson last December – headed to the Big Apple to visit Blake on the set of ‘Gossip Girl’ last weekend.

A source previously said: “They hugged and then got in a car together. They became good friends on the set [of ‘Green Lantern’]. Now they’re both single and trying it out. They’re seeing each other casually.”

During Blake’s first visit to Boston, the pair enjoyed a romantic meal at sushi palace O Ya in the Leather District and were reportedly spotted kissing at Boston’s South Train Station on October 3.

Despite also having been linked to Charlize Theron and Sandra Bullock since his split from Scarlett, Ryan insists he isn’t “potent enough” to handle so many ladies.

He recently said: “Right now I seem to be on a speed-dating mission – at least according to those stories that are going around at the moment. Even my mom is confused. No man is potent enough to be able to go through as many women as that in such a short amount of time like I allegedly have!”


Georgia May Jagger wants to create her own fashion label

By Andrea Petrou on October 18th, 2011

Georgia May Jagger wants her own fashion label.

The 19-year-old model – daughter of Rolling Stones legend Sir Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall – launched her successful Hudson jeans collection earlier this year and is now keen to branch out.

She told “I’d love to do a fashion label in the future. I’ve been thinking a lot recently about maybe making a line of little dresses, so maybe one day. I’m really happy designing jeans at the moment though.”

However, before she becomes a fully fledged fashion designer, Georgia is happy studying photography at university in London.

She said: “I’ve just started the course, it’s going well so far. I’m still not sure what area of photography I’d like to get into – hopefully the course will help there. I really like doing portraits but I like taking pictures of things that are natural, like scenery too.”

When she was designing her jeans for Hudson, Georgia insisted she was heavily involved in creating the collection.

Georgia said: “My collection has a whole new cut. We are using new kinds of stretch denim fabrics exclusively developed for us which make them very comfortable.

“All the designs have skinny leg openings and are a mid-rise which is great for us shorter girls and also very flattering.”

Features, News, Opinion, Uncategorized

Opinion: How Steve Jobs made gadgets fashionable and stylish

By Andrea Petrou on October 6th, 2011

Apple's Steve Jobs who died Wednesday October 5th. He did more than any other person to make technology stylish and sexy

If you’d told us forty years ago that technology would be stylish and a fashion must-have then we would have laughed.

After all, us ladies were far more interested in the latest dress than we were the geeky cassette player or computer. Even when the mobile phone hit in the 80s and became a must have for yuppies, we still weren’t convinced.

Yes it was a sign that you had hit your work peak but come on, not only was it ugly it wouldn’t have fit into that handbag. And putting it in our trouser pockets- if they were the size of sacks- would have probably left us flashing a little bit more than we wanted to thanks to the sheer weight of the thing.

Technology was geeky and clunky and something we wouldn’t even consider lusting over. Then something began to change.

Suddenly the boring clunky PC, which back in the 70s was for hobbyists, had a rival in the shape of a rainbow Apple logo bearing device. Yes it was still a geeky machine but there was something about the sleeker design that made us take notice and think that if we had to use a computer it was this one we wanted.

Not only did it look good but it was easier to use. And it wasn’t just us who had fallen for the tempting Apple with the logo becoming synonymous and a regular resident in popular chic arty and creative offices.

The brainchild behind this new stylish company was of course Steve Jobs, a man who made technology, not to fit in with our current needs, but to make us want what he made.
And make us want, he did. With the help of Senior Vice President of Industrial Design Jonathan Ives, the pair got to work making portable technology that we had to keep out of our handbags and this time it wasn’t because they were too big and clunky but because we wanted the world to see we had an Apple product.

In came the iPod and suddenly our personal cassette players and that mix tape from that special person went out the window.We didn’t care that our other halves had sweated over picking those songs, and suddenly forgot how we sworn we’d never lose that cassette, all we could think about was how to get our new love – the shiny iPod that everyone who was anyone had. In fact we’d go so far as saying we would have swapped that other half just to ensure we had that new gadget in our handbags.

And so it had begun. The more products Steve Jobs and co bought out the more we wanted, after all you weren’t a fashion gal without the latest iPod. And then came the shiny iPhone, a product right up there with, dare we say it, the Mulberry bag, sleek, touchscreen and the with the opportunity of an app store, it was every fashionistas’ dream.

The need to have one of these was more than when we wanted that Nokia phone with the interchangeable covers when we were 12. And finally, after the celebrities and cool people had received theirs, we were able to get ours. Yes the hideously expensive monthly phone plan meant we wouldn’t be able to go out, but hey who needed to see their friends when we could call them with our new phone.

And of course businesses knew we were hooked, so hooked in fact that we’d buy that floral case, diamante number and anything that really made our phone stand out.

As for the iPad – yes, we did forgo those Christian Louboutins to get our hands on one of these….

Steve Jobs you succeeded in making the fashion world stand up and take note of technology. You made it stylish and sleek and for that you’ll always be remembered. RIP.

See the gallery below for pictures of all the beautiful people with their Apple gadgets.

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Designers, Events, Features, Gallery, London fashion week, Uncategorized

London Fashion Week SS12: House of Holland #LFW

By emilyborrett on September 19th, 2011

House of Holland Spring/Summer 2012

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Love him or hate him, it’s pretty much impossible to dispute that when it comes to London Fashion Week, Henry Holland rules this town with his cheeky, anarchic attitude towards fashion that you get the feeling is largely influenced by his cool brat-pack of high-profile friends. The designer everyone wants to be best friends with in the hope that he’ll honour you on one of his T-shirts, his show is always going to be one of the hottest tickets in town when Fashion Week rolls around again.

The new House of Holland Spring/Summer collection that he showed on Saturday was typically Hollandesque in that there were all the bratty, cartoonish elements in his design that always remind us of old poppy coming-of-age Nickelodeon shows from the 90s and much-loved teen movies- Holland always keeps things sassy with some eye-popping prints and clunky little-girl styles that take the “Kinderwhore” look to a whole new level.

This time round the theme for his new designs was “Pastel Punks”, was immediately obvious when the first model came down the runway in a pastel colour-blocked shirt and high-waisted acid wash jeans with snakeskin heels. We bet he’s already made copies of everything in the collection for his bezzies. We loved the clever playing off of ultra-sugary pastel tones and childlike-colour blocking against the snarling aggression of sleek snakeskin boots and fishnet ankle socks.

Anyone who was hoping for some more of Holland’s patented sugary plaids won’t be let down as there are plenty of his trademark checks in bold mint and lilac colours – now all we’ve got to do is bust out our purple clogs, find some old school knee socks and we’ve got one look that Cher from Clueless would die for.

For his Spring/Summer 2012 collection, Holland has basically taken the archetypal Bad Girl, sat her down in front of some cartoons and given her a new cheeky bubblegum spin – and we have to say, trashy as the designs are, they are gloriously trashy and we can’t help loving him a little bit for just bringing some fun to the stuffiness and seriousness of one of fashion’s most prestigious events – because, really, isn’t that pretty punk and therefore pretty British of him?

Designers, dresses, Events, Features, Gallery, New York Fashion Week - Runway, Uncategorized

New York Fashion Week: Rodarte S/S 2012

By emilyborrett on September 14th, 2011

Rodarte Spring/Summer 2012

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Anyone who was lucky enough to be at the Rodarte show yesterday in NYC probably felt like they were in the presence of something amazing, as the Mulleavy sisters behind the label have produced what we think could be one of their finest, most beautiful and  moving collections to date. The front row was a sight to be seen as well, with every A-lister in the Big Apple vying for a seat – amongst others were the photographer Terry Richardson, Anna Wintour, the Fanning sisters and the fabulous Anna Dello Russo.

Even though I am writing about this collection from my box room in gloomy Hackney, when I saw the latest Rodarte pieces I was immediately transported back to dreamy, wistful feelings of summertime by their Van Gosh-inspired sunflower printed day-dresses and gowns. The models’ haunted faces and wispy blonde hair teamed with these dreamy sunflower dresses in delicate silks and chiffons had an ethereal Virgin Suicides vibe to me.

Colour was an incredibly key part of the Spring/Summer collection because the Mulleavy sisters had actually taken the colours from Van Gogh’s most famous paintings and re-crafted the concept into haunting, wearable fashion – pale, buttery yellows and dreamy sky blues shimmered on the catwalk amongst metallic brocade work and embroidery, gradually shifting into darker blues and purples to represent the swirling night sky of the painter’s Starry Night.

To me, the collection completely embodied the hazy, dreamy nostalgia of summers past with their fairy-tale creations. A very special creation indeed, that I think may end up being one of my favourites out of the whole season. Because how could it not?

To see the highlights from Rodarte’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection, check out the gallery above.

Celebrity Style, Features, Gallery, Uncategorized

Get the look: Julia Restoin-Roitfeld

By emilyborrett on June 29th, 2011

Looking darkly glamorous in lots of black lace at the première of Black Swan

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A certain raven-haired French beauty has been popping up at every event recently, and it’s about time we showed her some respect for her darkly glamorous and sexy approach to fashion. Yep, it’s It-girl Julia Restoin Roitfeld, poster girl for Tom Ford and daughter of the brilliant Carine. She’s been silently and mysteriously popping up in the front row for all the biggest fashion shows now, hanging out with the likes of Leigh Lezark and other fashion glitterati, but for some reason unknown we haven’t written a “Get the look” for her yet. So here you go, readers!

What we love about Julia, despite enviably good genes and very shiny hair, is her slightly shambolic approach to fashion. Swathes of black lace, trailing skirts, witch boots and slightly fetish-y leather are all key essentials to her look, no matter what the occasion. Reminiscent of the likes of Mary-Kate Olsen and Helena Bonham-Carter before her, Julia has the ability to look as if whatever she’s wearing has just been thrown on at the last minute. She may wear little to no colour, ever, but when the goth look is working so well for you why stop?

Luckily for any hopeful copycats, you don’t need to be the friend of a trillion designers like Julia to achieve this look – the gothic lace trend is still going strong on  the high street at totally affordable prices, and little black dresses will never go out of fashion. If you want to give dressing like Julia a go, check out the gallery above for our favourite pieces. And when it comes to dressing head to toe in lace and sheer peekaboo fabrics, pile it on – when it comes to the Restoin Roitfeld school of fashion, more is more.


Jessie J would rather be comfortable than sexy.

By Andrea Petrou on May 27th, 2011

Jessie J would rather be comfortable than sexy.

The ‘Price Tag’ hitmaker – who is openly bisexual – insists she doesn’t wear tight catsuits on stage to project a raunchy image, but chooses them because they fit well on her body.

She said: “I’m not very confident actually, I’ve never been like that. That’s just not the kind of person I am.

“I don’t wear catsuits to be sexy. It’s funny, people say to me, ‘Your stuff is so sexual’ but here I am in a long-sleeved catsuit covering everything.

“Fashion should be about what makes you comfy and I like dressing like a superhero.”

The ‘Nobody’s Perfect’ singer loves having “fun” with her wardrobe but knows there are certain looks that don’t suit her.

She added to more magazine: “I think it’s fun to dress up with the earrings and lipstick and big shoes. I’ve always been someone who loves bold things.

“I could never go on stage in a pink frilly dress – that’s not going to fit with my music or me.”

award show fashion, Celebrity Style, dresses, Gallery, Red Carpet, Uncategorized

2011 Billboard Music Awards: Rihanna, Kylie Minogue and Selena Gomez

By Andrea Petrou on May 23rd, 2011

Rihanna goes for a shorter hair style

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Tammie Arroyo/UK Press/Press Association images

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