Brit Awards 2010 Not just a music show but a show fashion
So tonight is the 30th Anniversary of The Brit Awards and promises to be a show of note!
Bono at the Brits 2009
Nothing compares to the Brit Awards. I find that all the other music awards shows are a little boring and too stuffy and formal but The Brits have seperated themselves from the rest and provide a truly entertaining awards show. I am out for a friend's birthday tonight (Happy Birthday Kairi :D) but will be recording it so I can watch it in my own sweet time
Obviously it's not just about the music... the fashion police will be watching with eyes glued to the telly! I am looking forward to seeing who is wearing what and if anyone will be wearing Victoria Beckham (who has had a few pieces worn over the last few months), and frankly I love what she does! Clean cut lines, luxurious fabrics and a little edginess make for a great design.
Victoria Beckham Fall Collection
Goddiva will be watching closely to see if there are any dresses we can re-create for our lovely customers, so you can look just as good but at a fraction of the cost and that's because we love you!!
I am sure there will be many wearing the late Alexander McQueen as he was very much loved around the world and was the best designer to come out of Britain in a long time. R.I.P. McQueen! A huge loss to his family, Britain and the world of fashion
The Late Alexander McQueen
So the Brits are promising perfomances by Lily Allen, Jay-Z (I hope he does Empire State of Mind... can't get that song out of my head!!), Robbie Williams and a collaboration with Florence + The Machine and Dizzee Rascal (should be interesting!!) amongst a few others - lets hope the boys in Kasabian behave (they are known to be a pretty wild bunch) but the awards are LIVE, so anything can happen!
Here is to a speedy week for us all!
Until next time
ps enjoy Jay-Z and Alicia Keys' Empire State of Mind