Best Dressed of 2012

In no particular order, here are Fashion(Ed) In London’s picks of the most sartorial ladies of 2012:

Poppy Delevingne

PoppyDShe’s been on the radar for a while, but last year, the elder Delevingne sister showcased her polished and sophisticated British style with great aplomb.

Alexa Chung

acShe’s still got it. This girl just knows how to dress.

Mira Duma

MiraDThe leader of the new Russian style pack, and owner of many beautiful coats (of course, she does live in Moscow).

Marion Cotillard

MarionCDior, Dior, Dior, need we say more?

Kristen Stewart

KristenSLast year, Kristen upped her game style-wise; she stopped looking like someone else had forced her into an outfit, and took control. Kristen has a fresh, modern take on red-carpet dressing. More please in 2013.

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Worst Dressed of the Week

Much as I like Julianne Moore, and therefore don’t want to criticise or be rude, this is constructive criticism for her own benefit. Love, you’re 51 now, so leave the sheer Alexander Wang t-shirt dresses to those who are 25-30 years your junior please. This dress is not flattering on you I’m afraid. However the likes of Alexa or Erin Wasson would be able to pull this off with such ease that many a woman’s face would turn a grassy hue with jealousy. The loose cut and awkward sleeve length do not do Julianne’s figure any favours and serve to work against her instead – not exactly what you want when dressing for The Wall Street Journal Innovator of the Year Awards. As for the shoes, well I think any comments are better left unsaid on that front. So in summation, sorry Ms Moore, but this is the epitome of mutton dressed as lamb. Great hair and make up though.

image from vogue.co.uk

 

How I’d Style It: Emma Watson

At the première of The Perks of Being A Wallflower, Emma Watson debuted a Dior Couture look which has divided the Nation’s opinion. Half of us love it and half dislike or don’t quite understand it. I am in the love camp. However I do have issues with the look as a whole.

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