Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Four celebs have worn the same dress! Who wore it best - Lisa Snowdon, Gizzi Erskine, Heidi Range or Jools Oliver? - Heatworld

When four celebrities wear the same dress, it's got to be a fashion hit, right? Capes are huge fashion news at the moment, and what with Victoria Beckham being snapped in one over the weekend, we imagine they'll only get even bigger. This orange caped Maje number is a definite favourite of the celebs. Jools Oliver was first to wear hers all the way back on 9th November 2011 to the Jamie Oliver Foundation Fundraiser at Shoreditch Town Hall, London, teaming it with a black patent belt, patent courts and a snakeskin clutch. Next was TV chef Gizzi Erskine at the InStyle 10th Anniversary party on 22nd November 2011, who went for a similar look as Jools, going for black courts, black tights and a black belt, except opting for a chic 60's beehive instead of tumbling locks. Lisa Snowdon was next up at the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball back in December 2011, wearing nude courts, a nude clutch and vampy black nails with hers (noticeably choosing not to go for a belt). Last but not least was Heidi Range who chose hers for the Pre-Wimbledon Party at Kensington Roof Gardens last week, teamed with a gold rope belt, cream clutch and multi-print heels. We think Lisa Snowdon's sleek but chic minimalist look is our favourite, but what do you make of these outfits, heatworlders?

Race for Life at Aintree racecouse attracts record numbers of runners

Race for Life at Aintree racecouse attracts record numbers of runners (GALLERY)

Race for Life at Aintree racecourse on Sunday pictured the warm up
Race for Life at Aintree racecourse on Sunday pictured the warm up

AINTREE was transformed into a sea of pink as more than 5,000 people converged on the famous racecourse to take part in the Race for Life.
Record numbers took part in two 5k runs to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Fundraisers ranging from babies in prams to pensioners, walked, jogged and ran the course yesterday.
Organisers said that 3,000 women took part in the morning event and 2,000 turned out in the afternoon. They expect that more than £170,000 will have been raised.
Skin cancer survivor Justine Sheils, from Maghull, set runners off for the 11am race.
The self-confessed ‘sunbed addict’, 41, had surgery to remove cancerous tumours from her chest and head.
Justine, who this month carried the Olympic torch on Merseyside, said: “I feel so lucky to have survived cancer and it was such an honour to be asked to set the runners off at Race for Life.”
Sugababe Heidi Range, who lost her grandad to cancer, set the runners off in the afternoon event before taking part with her mum.
Maria Montgomery, Race for Life event manager for Aintree said the event was a “terrific success”.
She told the ECHO: “It was a fantastic day. Of course it was very emotional because people were running for loved ones but the atmosphere really was wonderful.
“The sun came out and people stayed the whole day to cheer each other on.”

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Heidi and Karen Range Fantastic photos from the Race for Life run

Good luck to all the ladies doing the 11am Race For Life at Aintree this morning. Me and my mum will be taking part in the 2pm race. If youwould like to sponsor us, just text HEID83 and your amount to 70070. All the money goes to Cancer Research UK x

Race for life with my mum! X

Had a lovely time today with my mum doing Race For Life at Aintree. Heard some heartbreaking stories and was thinking of guardian angels

Grandad's Pop and Alf, i wore fairy wings in your honour, my guardian angels! x

can't believe we saw  today:)   

Photos from @snapperlane @LivEchonews