Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has come a long way since she blasted onto our TV screens back in 2002 winning Popstars: The Rivals, with Girls Aloud. Known back then as Cheryl Tweedy, her name might have changed a few times – anyone else still calling her Cheryl Cole? – but her style has always remained flawless.
Showing a keen eye for colour, Cheryl constantly picks bright tones, working an assortment of jewel hues into her early style wardrobe and continuing her love for colour throughout her career.
After experimenting with a range of ensembles, Chezza created her most iconic look yet for her debut single solo launch on the X Factor where she basically re-wrote the military style book. Her red and black ensemble was definitely one of the most memorable stage outfits of the year and prompted many a headline.
Even when she flew the nest and re-homed in the U.S. for a while, appearing on their version of the X Factor show, this fashion-forward popstar managed to pull off her colourblock style with aplomb.
For the red carpet, the singer-turned-coach tends to prefer her favourite go-to designer, Stephane Rolland – who has scored her hundreds of column inches when she attended events such as The National Television Awards and more recently, the Cannes Film Festival.
Known for showing off her amazing figure, Ms Fernandez-Versini wore an array of flesh-flashing frocks during her time on the X Factor, but her style has definitely transformed into being a little more classic and grown up of late. Chopping off her famous long locks earlier this year and joining the bob brigade cemented her new look.
Now she faces one of her biggest style battles on-screen as it has just been announced that singer Rita Ora will also join the latest line-up for X-Factor 2015. We can’t wait to see what happens next…
By Kimberly Lavey