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Best of British

Last night, Britain heralded the best of British fashion with the British Fashion Awards 2010. In attendance, amongst others, were designer of the moment Holly Fulton, Daphne Guiness, shoe queen Charlotte Dellal of Charlotte Olympia, and obligatory fashionable PM’s wife, in the form of Sarah Cameron. The event, held at the Savoy Hotel, heralded such British fashion icons as Nicholas Kirkwood (Best Accessory Designer), GMD favourite Alexa Chung (Best British Style) and Lara Stone (Best Model), while also paying tribute to Alexander McQueen, after his untimely death earlier this year, with an Outstanding Achievement award.

Perhaps it is testament to the eclecticism of true British style that on the Red Carpet, current trends and Fashion Week Favourites were left behind in favour of iconic British designs and all-out showstopping creations that wereavant garde and made statements far beyond the frou frou gowns of the Oscars. Perhaps it was also the occasion that has merited a certain maturity and grace from its guests – this is why my top picks from the night reflect the flair and fabulosity of Great British Fashion.

{L-R Naomi Campbell pays tribute in an Alexander McQueen gown, Emma Roberts looks fashion forward and age appropriate in a Julien MacDonald dress and Nicholas Kirkwood booties, Lara Stone braves the cold in a classic Calvin Klein dress, sans opaque tights, while Thandie Newton makes a statement in Peter Pilotto}

By Catherine Sprunt

Lady In Red

Despite the mocking from my friends that generally ensues when Lady in Red comes up on my playlist, it looks like celebrities have been taking Chris de Burgh seriously this week and swapping the generic LBD (don’t worry, LBD, we still love you) for something a bit more eye catching. From Natalie Portman’s beatiful Lanvin number, to Gwyneth Paltrow in Britain’s own Victoria Beckham’s designs, A-Listers this week have been seeing red, and not just on the carpet under their feet.

Even style crush Alexa Chung is jumping on the crimson band wagon with a skimpy number by one of our favourite designers, Versus. In fact, fancy copying their looks? As well as having a beautiful collection of red dresses at your disposal, we also happen to have a Versus design from the same collection as Alexa’s outfit of choice. Excited, much?

{L-R Safety Pin Lace Dress by Versus, Bow Neck Silk Dress by Stella McCartney, Silk Tie Singlet Dress by Zimmerman}

As well as ticking boxes for celebrity style and all around style savvyness, these dresses are also perfect for that office Christmas party, ticking the festive box with pizazz.

By Catherine Sprunt.

Twice As Nice

Did you know you that when you hire a Girl Meets Dress dress (try saying that 5 times fast!) you get to keep it for 2 nights? Why would I want to wear the same dress 2 nights in a row, you ask? Well with a little clever styling and some celebrity inspiration, you can take your dress to a whole new level for a second night running – unless, of course, your first night was so raucous the thought of leaving your bed is more than you can handle.

Take this gorgeous Fendi dress – just £169 for 2 nights. Luscious and luxurious in 100% silk, this stunning dress has real red carpet credentials.

{Sleeveless Silk A-Line Dress by Fendi}

Carey Mulligan is Hollywood’s darling, and her red carpet style is coveted by editors of glossy magazines the world over. Pictured here in Miu Miu, she unexpectedly pairs her sweet dress with opaque black tights and leg lengthening black heels finish the look. Accesorise with a pixie crop, or a cute up-do if you have longer hair. And remember – when channelling Mulligan’s style, less is more: no need to go overboard with accessories, the simple belt is enough.

Pair your classic pastel Fendi from our collection with Wolford tights, taking this dress from spring to bitter, English winter in one fell swoop. Towering black heels are a must, keeping your toes inches away from puddles, or go for a shoe boot if you feel like upping the ante.

This sophisticated yet sweet dress would be perfect for a date, special dinner, office party – you name it! The options are endless.

For a true red carpet look, bring a date whose pockets are extremely useful for all your essentials – lipstick, phone, etc. Celebs never carry a handbag on the red carpet, why should you?

Alexa Chung is truly the Queen of Cool, and the perfect inspiration for our ‘day after’ outfit. Alexa’s quirky cool style lends itself perfectly to ‘the second night out on the trot’ – and, if you ask me, I am sure she is more than partial to a good knees up!

As much as this Fendi is the perfect glamourous outfit for that special event, it is also ideal for a relaxed day or evening spent with friends. Make like Alexa and pair with last nights opaques, or go for some patterned or deep jewel-coloured tights.

‘Borrow’ your date’s cardigan, swap the removable belt for a vintage find and throw on a a cosy, knitted scarf. Luckily for you, tousled hair is part of the look, and last night’s make-up is more of a do than a don’t. For the true Alexa experience, don’t forget your brogues!

Head to the pub for some ‘hair of the dog’ or have a brisk stroll around town to perk you up (bacon sarnie, optional). Your friends will all be dying to know your secret – go on, share the love: Girl Meets Dress £20 gift vouchers bought now are worth £50!

{L-R Wolford Tights, Kurt Geiger Evie Courts, ASOS Tobago Shoe Boots, Topshop Knitted Tip Cardigan, ASOS Mini Doctor’s Bag, Topshop Zig Zag Snood, Pieces Ulf Double Wrap Belt at ASOS, Topshop Kamille Brogues}

By Catherine Sprunt.

Cinderella Enchanted

This winter, the Royal Ballet are performing Cinderella at the Royal Opera House. Their performances began this week, and will culminate in a New Years Eve spectacular on the 31st of December. A night at the ballet, like a night at the opera, exudes culture and sophistication, but with prices starting at £6, the ballet is anyone’s game. Cinderella, the story of a young girl transformed from rags to riches with the help of a fairy godmother and a pair of beautiful glass slippers, is a little girl’s dream – and even all grown up, you are certainly entitled to wish for a handsome prince, and a ballgown that doesn’t disintegrate at the stroke of midnight.

GMD (that’s God Mother of Dresses from now on) has the perfect hand-picked dresses for you to enjoy your ownenchanted evening at the ballet. So for one night only, make like Cinderella and pick the dress of your dreams from our extensive collection of stunning dresses – and we promise you don’t have to be home by midnight!

{L-R Taffeta Dress by Carven, Francisca Dress by Amee Lou, Accordian Silk Dress by Christopher Kane, Pleated Flower Dress by Halston Heritage}

By Catherine Sprunt.

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