Anyone else concerned that Betty Rubble might be missing a nightie? Because when that cheeky Katy Perry took to the New York streets yesterday dressed in this exuberant Dolce & Gabbana Pre Fall corset, we couldn't help being reminded of a saucy take on the Stone Age a la Jeremy Scott, with a tribute to Grazia's very own signature colours, ya’know? Yababdabadoo, indeed! Victoria Beckham also opted for a striking print while whiling away the hours now hubby David is busy World Cupping it, but opted for a more demure approach courtesy of that ladylike swallow design from Miu Miu’s Lolita-inspired SS10 catwalk, which has been draped over many an A-lister of late. And Kylie Minogue got patterned too, slipping into some red Roberto Cavalli silk snakeskin teamed with a pair of brown leather wedges for a jaunt about London. What a colourful bunch of print-tastics they are!
Adding to the crew, Cheryl Cole looked scrumptious and springy in her own print-cess way as she took to Birmingham for the latest round of X Factor auditions kitted out in a thigh-grazing Missoni mini-dress funked up by her strappy Nicolas Kirkwood sandals. The chocolatey colour scheme she has going on here is so perfect for her adorable Bambi-like looks and what a treat to see her in something a little, well, different. So it's no secret that uber excitement is brewing here at Grazia HQ now that the fashion parade which is Chezza’s X Factor wardrobe has officially kicked off, and something tells us there’ll be bucketloads of glam to come... Stay tuned, kids!
And last but not least we leave you with another example of how Jessica Biel is upping the style ante for "The A-Team" promo trail. After looking resplendent in that striking Pucci gown for the world premiere, she darted off to Paris yesterday and looked tres on trend in a beige dress of draped chiffon with a feminine ruffled neck before doing a quick change into a marvellous navy jumpsuit from Erin Fetherston's SS10 collection with a sexy plunging neckline framed by another round of gorgeous ruffles. Keep up the good work, La Biel! We like. Do you?