Part 2 of the Fame Fad Red Carpet Fashion Awards. Female Stars who caused heads to seriously turn on the red carpet in 2014 with their looks and choice of dress/outfit to ensure they created a red carpet presence that hits the media in a big way. The final Hot 25 list includes A listers right through to new and rising stars. If they had the look they made the list.
This section in Part 3 includes the Top 10-6 covering music, tv soap and film stars including names such as Maddy Hill, Delilah, Margot Robbie, Elizabeth Olsen and Daisy Bevan
6 Maddy Hill: A chaotic Awards event held at DSTRKT in Soho produced some interesting red carpet arrivals of the more candid variety. Maddy Hill is a new TV star on the block who appears in Eastenders, she was the highlight of the night at this event though and is straight in on this Red Carpet Fashion List at No6. One to watch!
7. Delilah: Music star Delilah is a regular at London Fashion Week and always manages to cause a stir when she arrives. This year was no exception when she turned up at Somerset House. Not strictly a red carpet event but she’s got the look that says otherwise and heads did turn en masse as a result. She achieved the desired result.
8 Margot Robbie: Yellow is a colour that you can either pull off or fail mserably. Margot on arrival on what was a miserable wet night, was a ray of sunshine and got the press photogs in a lather within a split second of arrival. She was the girl of the night and ticked all the right boxes.A plunging neckline does help though?
9. Elizabeth Olsen: Long flowing gowns need poise and grace to complete the effect and Elizabeth Olsen delivered the goods in style at the Godzilla premiere this year in London. Another star of the show on the night in a blue lacy number with matching shoes.
10. Daisy Bevan: Actress Daisy Bevan sneaks in at No 10 in a long flowing intricately detailed baby blue number at the Two Faces of January Premiere at the Curzon Cinema in Mayfair, London earlier this year just pipping Kirsten Dunst who was the main star of the film in the process.