This Week’s Best Dressed Brits: Naomi Campbell, Cheryl Cole, Natasha Bedingfield

It seems like it’s international events central lately, from the Billboard Music Awards to the Cannes Film Festival, so we thought we’d show you some of the hottest looks from a few of our favourite British celebrities who were lucky enough to attend.

Naomi Campbell at the Vienna Life Ball

The Life Ball 2012 charity AIDS fundraiser took place in Vienna, and was attended by an army of fashionable celebrities. Although an array of show-stopping dresses were on display, the winner of the battle of the dresses was one of the original supermodels, Naomi Campbell. During the event, she changed costumes twice. First, she opted for a dazzling floor length silver number worn with a pair of rather high silver heels. Then, she changed into an equally sparkly yellow gold short fringed dress to give a speech on stage. Yet another crowd pleaser! 

Cheryl Cole at Cannes Film Festival

In England, popstar and former UK X-Factor judge Cheryl Cole is regarded as somewhat of a national treasure, and as she’s making a bit of a comeback, she’s been upping her attendance at pivotal media events. She most recently attended the Cannes Film Festival, and although she’s not actually promoting any of her own work at Cannes, she still shone on that famous red carpet. In a long white Stephane Rolland dress, which had flame red feather detail around the bottom, she almost appeared to melt into the red carpet. 

Natasha Bedingfield at The Billboard Music Awards

British singer Natasha Bedingfield made two show-stopping outfit changes whilst at the Billboard Music Awards. First, she performed as a tribute to the late Donna Summer in the floor length dramatic (almost Florence Welch-inspired) black dress, which she accessorised with a cute white flower in her hair. Later, she changed into the intricately detailed pale blue dress. 

With so many extravagant and dramatic dresses being displayed, it makes it all the more difficult to choose a favourite! 

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