Celebrities have been all over London in the last couple of days, some looking better than others.
Ellen Page, the pint sized Juno star was seen going into the Dorchester Hotel with a takeaway salad in London, looking fresh-faced but scruffily down to earth in weathered-looking jeans and trainers.
There seemed to be some kind of celebrity get-together at ITV studios, where Diana Vickers, looking glossy and sweet in a sailor-collar dress and tennis shoes, Sophie Ellis Bextor, looking ethereal in black opaques and a printed minidress, and Holly Willoughby were each papped leaving the studios. Holly looked glamorous and polished leaving in a blue minidress to show off her curves and was sporting sixties-esque blonde curls. The same cannot be said for her best friend and partner-in-crime Fearne Cotton, who emerged from the Radio 1 offices looking grungy and dishevelled in a button-up mididress, denim jacket and fiercely studded shoes.
Victoria Beckham also looked less than her usual self as she was snapped in her car on the way to the office looking tired and strained, but still chic in satellite-dish sunnies and a sleek dark wardrobe.
Blonde beauties Emma Rigby (of Hollyoaks fame) and uber-babe Claudia Schiffer were both seen about about about in London. Emma was papped tripping prettily out of the Christian Louboutin store in a cool slouchy blazer, stripy tee and skyscraping periwinkle-blue heels, whilst Claudia was spotted doing the school run looking effortlessly European in what looks like a Stella McCartney denim midi-skirt with a printed tee and huge fringed tote bag.
Last but not least, Amy Winehouse was spotted going into her friend Mark Ronson’s gig at Bungalow 8 looking her old self in her trademark 1950s Grease mode of dress, a pair of acid wash pedal pushers, silk top, with a red scarf cheekily tied into her infamous beehive.
Today’s “Spotted in London” fashion award goes to Diana Vickers, who’s style has come such a long way from the cavegirl-hair-and-weird-claw phase. Top marks, Vickers.
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