Charity Fashion Party: To Mend Broken Hearts

The British Heart Foundation is a charity which aims to raise awareness of and prevent future fatalities from heart disease. Each year, with an army of celebrity guests, they throw a spectacular arts and fashion themed fundraising party. It’s playfully named the Tunnel of Love: To Mend Broken Hearts Party, with all proceeds obviously going towards the cause. This year, they are preparing themselves for one of their biggest parties to date, which is set to take place in London’s Camden area, with a lavish 1920s theme. The very stylish model Daisy Lowe has been chosen as the face of the event, and most promotional pieces feature her modeling an 18-carat white diamond necklace by jeweler Stephen Webster, which is set to be auctioned off at the star studded event. We can’t even dare to guess how much this stunning piece will sell for!

Your chance to own Rosie Huntington Whiteley's dress

The party is also giving fashion lovers the chance to bid for that very famous Rosie Huntington Whiteley dress worn to the Transformer’s: Dark of the Moon premiere last year. The dress, an Antonio Berardi number, caused a media frenzy when Rosie was pictured wearing it, and led to her being dubbed the modern day Jessica Rabbit. Most tabloids even claimed that she knocked Jessica Rabbit out of the water! No matter who wore it best, the similarities between Rosie’s sparkling red number and The Who Framed Rodger Rabbit star’s iconic dress are definitely uncanny.

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Rosie shines at the Met Ball

It seems that Rosie looks amazing in almost everything she wears, and again, she didn’t fail to deliver at New York’s recent Met Gala. For the high profile occasion, she opted for a copper and black Burberry gown, and rather than her usual arm candy in the form of boyfriend Jason Statham, she was instead accompanied by legendary photographer Mario Testino. Now that’s showbiz!