Sunday, 28 October 2012

Nicole Scherzinger

EXCLUSIVE: For tonight's The X Factor results show, Nicole Scherzinger is wearing a John Richmond Official dress,
Shaun Leane earrings, Giuseppe Zanotti Design shoes and Susan Caplan Vintage Collection vintage rings.

Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Naomie Harris in Marios Schwab at Skyfall premiere

Emeli Sande in Johnathan Saunders Natasha degrade dress

When she’s not writing hits for everybody from Alicia Keys to Leona Lewis, Emeli Sande is busy plugging material of her own. For instance, last evening, the songbird made a guest appearance on ‘The Jonathan Ross Show’ to perform her latest single, ‘Wonder’ in the Johnathan Saunders Natasha Degrade Woolcrepe dress.


Recorded as a collaboration with her longtime songwriting partner Naughty Boy, ‘Wonder’ appears on the rerelease of Sande’s ‘Out Version of Events’ debut album as well as the US edition of the LP. Both sets are currently available in stores. Sande performed ‘Wonder’ with her usual ease on ‘Jonathan Ross’ .

X Factor

X Factor UK: Nicole Scherzinger in Alexander McQueen and Alpana & Neeraj
Posted on Monday, October 22, 2012



Many of you told me you look forward Monday X Factor UK fashion credits, so without further ado here they come.

For the Saturday show, Nicole Scherzinger donned Alexander McQueen AW12 textured Roses Chenille Jacquard Dress with circle skirt, round shoulders and banana sleeves (available at Matches).

Styled by Laury Smith, Nicole accessorized the look with gold 70′s Cleopatra Flex Collar, 70′s Alexis Kirk Matte Earrings and 80′s Vintage Pyramid Ring, all from Susan Caplan Vintage Collection, and nude suede Carvela Kurt Geiger “Ariel” Platfrom Pumps (you can get in nude, black and metallic at Kurt Geiger).



Last night Nicole wore fierce futuristic structured sleeveless dress with mesh panels and shimmering moulded bustier and skirt, result of transparent plastic and crystal dust sheeted fabric fusion, from Alpana & Neeraj AW12 collection.

Crow’s Nest by Daniel-Philip Belevitch jewelry and Topshop petrol patent pointed “Philosophy” Pumps completed the look.


Photos via: Daily Mail, Vogue, courtesy of Alpana & Neeraj, featured sites

Filed under Alexander McQueen, Alpana & Neeraj, Appearances, Kurt Geiger, Laury Smith, Nicole Scherzinger, Topshop




Thursday, 18 October 2012

Mel B X Factor

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Princes Trust celebrity Ambassadors

October 2012
Stars inspire young people to succeed against the odds

Alesha Dixon and Mark Ronson met unemployed young people at The Prince's Trust centre in Hackney as the Government announced that more than 950,000 young people are still struggling to find work.
Alesha Dixon and Mark Ronson today met unemployed young people at The Prince’s Trust Centre in Hackney as the Government announced that more than 950,000 young people are still struggling to find work.
The celebrity Ambassadors took part in Against The Odds, a live web-streamed Q&A to inspire young people facing barriers such as unemployment, poverty and homelessness.
Tinie Tempah, Lemar, charity campaigner Brooke Kinsella MBE and SBTV entrepreneur Jamal Edwards were also at the event to share their experiences of overcoming difficulties to get where they are today.
Singer and Britain’s Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon said: "I feel extremely blessed to have a job that I love, but it hasn't always been easy to get where I am today. At times I didn’t have the easiest of childhoods, but I still grew up believing I could achieve my dreams.
As an ambassador for The Prince’s Trust, I’ve seen how the charity helps thousands of young people to achieve things they never thought possible.
She continued, "No matter how difficult things get, the most important thing we can say to young people now is not to give up hope – there is support out there to help you get where you want to be."
DJ and producer Mark Ronson announced today that he has become an Ambassador for The Trust, joining high-profile names such as Stephen Fry and Luther actor Idris Elba.
The musician said: "I find it shocking that so many young people are struggling to find a job – it seems like such a waste of talent and ambition.
"As a music producer, I’m always on the lookout for young talent, and I’ve helped quite a few people get their first break in the industry. But I want to do more, which is why I’ve signed up to become an Ambassador for The Prince’s Trust.
I hope that Against The Odds has helped to raise awareness of the charity’s work and inspired more young people to get the support they need to succeed.
HSBC donates £5m over five years to help disadvantaged youths

Today’s event came as The Prince’s Trust received a £5m donation from HSBC to help thousands of disadvantaged young people over the next five years.
The funding aims to grow the Fairbridge programme, helping more vulnerable young people to achieve their potential. Three in four young people supported by The Prince’s Trust move into work, education or training.
HSBC employees are getting behind the programme.
For example, Hugo Lesourd, an HSBC trainee, took part in one of a series of ‘day in the life’ events, which are being held at Prince’s Trust Centres across the UK, to give bank employees an idea of what the charity is all about.
He said: "The Trust gives me confidence that young people are not being abandoned in society – there are people out there who are striving to give young people opportunities and a better start in life."
Joe Garner, Head of HSBC in the UK commented:
At HSBC we feel a strong responsibility to serve the community. Through this partnership I passionately believe we have a chance to help improve the lives of young people who are looking for a second chance. By developing their confidence and life skills, we want to help young people fulfil their potential and realise their dreams.
To see photos of Against The Odds please visit www.facebook.com/princestrust.
To watch a recording of Against The Odds please visit The Prince's Trust YouTube channel.