Coco Rocha graced the Red Carpet for the 6th Annual DKMS Linked Against Blood Cancer Gala, as she joined the long list of celebrities attending the event at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City, on April 26.
The Canadian supermodel looked flirty and chic donning a Jason Wu Spring 2012 number, one of my favorite runway looks for Spring.
The feminine Belted Peplum dress features an ivory Houndstooth-patterned lace top, a pink floaty peplum waist that trails to a dramatic cascade in back and a black skinny bow belt to finish off the exquisite silhouette.
Black lace-up ankle boots and minimal jewelry accessorized the darling look.
Pink lips and a bobby pinned up do provided the finishing touches.
It has been a while since I have seen someone looking so glamorous and so close to perfection on the Red Carpet. Canadian supermodel Coco Rocha attended two important events in the last couple of days, and she looked smouldering, raising the bars on both occasions.
On April 10, Coco joined the fashion crowd as she stepped on the Red Carpet for the 9th Annual Spring Dinner Dance New Year’s In April: A Fool’s Fete, held at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in New York, to benefit youth in foster care.
The model made quite a dramatic entrance in a Zac Posen Spring 2012 gown.
The ice-blue fairy-like tulle edelweiss embroidered gown, featuring a mermaid sillouethe and butterfly wings, was delicately accessorized with minimal jewelry, a sheer layer of metallic gold eye shadow and a soft up do. Divine.
On April 11, the supermodel attended the A Bid to Save the Earth Green Auction at New York City’s Rockefeller Center, for a star-studded night of entertainment, fashion and an over-the-top live auction.
For the event she sparkled in a black Fendi Fall 2011 dress.
The mid-length black dress, featuring a pencil skirt and a sheer embellished halter neck shirt with puffy sleeves, was teamed with black ankle strap platforms.
A high bun, a daring orange lip color and a black winged eye liner complemented the dark & glamorous a la Coco look.
This is an amazing time of the year, maybe the most beautiful even and that’s mainly because of the Holiday Season of course. But there are some other reasons that make people who love fashion get all enthusiastic about this period : a new year full of excitement is near, a new round of Red Carpet events are about to take place starting January (think Golden Globes, Grammys and Oscars at least), new trends will put a spin on the world, new collections will be released and new magic moments will be created.
Talking about new collections, December is the month designers start releasing their Pre-Fall 2012 ones and I couldn’t find time to check them out until today. Some disappointed me, some surprised me and some really amazed me. When it comes to fashion I could easily love a simple, clean, edgy look maybe even a minimalistic one, but I’m a girl so a little glamour could definitely swept me off my feet.
And when I think glamour, I think Zac Posen. His Pre-Fall 2012 collection was best described as “American Royalty takes a trip east — this collection was inspired by 50s American couture, Charles James, and Cristobal Balenciaga.” Below you can find some of my favorite pieces and I really hope I’ll get the chance to see them worn by some truly inspired celebrities.
If you liked the preview of this, be sure to check the entire collection on the Facebook Page : Oteea Land
Stay close for more Pre-Fall 2012. X♥
Being the image of Zac Posen’s Resort 2012 collection and a big fan of the brand (Zac Posen made her wedding dress too), it’s no wonder that Coco Rocha – The Queen of Posing – opted for a gown from the designer’s Spring 2012 collection, for the Letters To Haiti Premiere in NYC.
From a multitude of “Old Hollywood Glam” inspired dresses, Coco chose to wear this beautiful dark blue, black belted tulle gown.
She accessorized the floor length gown with a statement necklace, maybe the runway served as inspiration, perfect smokey eyes and side swept soft curls.
The dress looks impeccable on her and the styling served his purpose on this occasion.