TV Bafta’s – A host of Beautiful looks

The stars of the small screen were out in force last night for the Television BAFTA awards, the most prestigious awards in British TV. From Sienna Miller to the cast of Made in Chelsea, it seemed like everyone was there, scrubbed up and wearing Sunday best. This year there were some really lovely looks on display, with a host of designers from Matthew Williamson to Valentino represented on the red carpet.

I struggled to come up with my favourite looks, as there were actually quite a few to choose from. Lucy Watson from Made in Chelsea, Zoe Hardman and Helen McCrory all looked beautiful on the Red Carpet, in looks that were both classy and elegant in their own way. But it is the six ladies below who captivated and stole my attention with their stunning style.

Sienna Miller in Matthew Williamson

Get the look with Reiss



Millie Mackintosh in Sass and Bide

Get the look from Boohoo

Audrey Bandeau Maxi Dress 

Amy Nuttall wears Phase Eight

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Margherita Criss Cross Fishtail Dress £250.00 

Kara Tointon in Dennis Basso

 Holly Willoughby in Valentino

Get the look from Coast


Ruth Crilly in Jenny Packham

Get the Look with Jenny Packham at Debenhams

Peach metallic sequinned party dress £128 

special occasion dresses

Ivory Feather Stole £70 



Ruth Crilly shines in Pavillions shoot.

Pavillions has always been one of my favourite places in Birmingham. Less chaotic than The Bullring,  Pavillions is home to some of the most prestigious brands in fashion and beauty. LK Bennett, Laura Ashley, Monsoon, La Senza, Evans, L’Occitaine, Hobbs and M&S alhave stores in the centre,whilst new stores Wisteria Lane and Pure Halal Beauty are flying the flags for stylish independents, making  Pavillions a must-visit shopping destination.

Stylish is certainly a word that could be applied to Ruth Crilly. The Birmingham born, international model has worked for the best photographers and designers, including David LaChapelle, Rankin and Vivienne Westwood. She was recently announced as the face of  Pavillions, and after s successful A/W photo campaign, I have now got my hands on the photographs from the S/S shoot shot by Paul Ward. And, I must say, they are beautiful.

Using the city of Birmingham as a backdrop, including the glorious Victorian buildings and fountains of Victoria Square, Ruth is shown modelling a fab range of outfits from the likes of Hobbs, Monsoon, M&S and H&M. accessories from Azendi and Evans are used to enhance the outfits.

I think this is a fabulous shoot, with a feel of those iconic final Sex in the City episodes, with Ruth as an updated Carrie Bradshaw and a rather beautiful Birmingham standing in for Paris. My favourite shot is the one featuring the red telephone boxes where Ruth carries that  stunning M&S red bag.