Red Carpet Wrap: Best and worst dressed
Published 29/07/2011 | 05:00
Who is a style queen and who should be taken away by the fashion police this week?
Best Dressed: Jennifer Aniston
The miracle has happened. The prayers of women everywhere have been answered. 'Poor' Jennifer Aniston is no longer unlucky in love ...
Forget Vince Vaughn, John Mayer and even Mr Pitt, not to mention the many, many other men in her life. This is the real deal.
The word on the street is that she and Justin Theroux are set to tie the knot very soon.
Indeed, their relationship is moving so fast that they could be doing the deed right now ...
Clearly the soon-to-be Mrs Theroux has no qualms that her beau's ex has only just moved out of their (former) love nest and that reportedly they're still in touch.
We're not bothered either. We KNOW that Jen has finally found her man.
After all, Justin has shaved off his beard and swapped his trademark biker boots for a much more clean-shaven look. Now that's serious evidence of devotion. We approve.
More importantly, Jen has swapped her usual boring black for this fun and flirty Valentino cocktail dress.
We're liking this new loved-up Jen -- a lot.
Worst dressed: Nicola Roberts
If you've ever wondered just what pure desperation looks like, then take a glance at the picture above. Just a quick glance, though, because you don't want to hurt your eyes by staring too long in fascinated horror.
Oh Nicola, we know it can't be easy being the fifth wheel in the juggernaut that is Girls Aloud. And of course you just want a little bit of attention for yourself. But you know, you've been doing well.
Your music is surprisingly popular, your make-up line is cute and you were developing a fashionable rep as the quirky one, which is so much more interesting than Cheryl's over-styled look. So it's a shame you've got so carried away this time.
Yes, it's Topshop, which clearly worked for Ms Moss. Yes, it's a gorgeous day so less might just be more. But it's not. We think that you might be suffering from sunstroke (you're certainly suffering from a lack of, em, buttons). What else could explain this yellow peril?