Nicole Kidman In Prada – Agon Channel Launch Party

Nicole Kidman In Prada - Agon Channel Launch Party

Following the London premiere of her latest movie, ‘Paddington’, Nicole Kidman attended the Agon Channel launch party photocall on Wednesday (November 26) in Milan, Italy.

The actress wore Prada, again.

Without the crystal trims it would appear that this jacquard frock is from the Spring 2015 collection.

While I loved the playful look from the London premiere, this doesn’t work for me in any way, shape or form, proving that when it comes to red carpet dressing, Prada is very hit and miss, with more of the latter than the former.

This look is far too stuffy for Nicole. I don’t find the dress to be particularly flattering and I’m not a fan of the high neckline.

Apart from her gorgeous face and soft, wavy updo, there is nothing positive I can take from this look.

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Jessica Chastain In Elie Saab – ‘A Most Violent Year’ New York Screening

Jessica Chastain In Elie Saab - 'A Most Violent Year' New York Screening

Jessica Chastain attended a screening of her latest movie, ‘A Most Violent Year’, hosted at The Crosby Hotel in New York City on Monday (November 25).

Showcasing ladylike appeal, the actress wore a black Elie Saab Spring 2015 dress in a fit-and-flare silhouette rendered in lace for a touch of resolute femininity, bringing a welcome softness to the archetypal little black dress.

Void of colour, the look was styled with black patent pumps with no visible jewels to speak of.

With the movie title ‘A Most Violent Year’, it’s perhaps unlikely this will be a colourful promo tour.

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Julianne Moore In Balenciaga – 2014 A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Cure Parkinson’s

Julianne Moore In Balenciaga - 2014 A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Cure Parkinson's

Taking a break from promoting ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1′, Julianne Moore attended the 2014 A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Cure Parkinson’s event held at The Waldorf Astoria on Saturday (November 22) in New York City.

The actress once again wore a look from Balenciaga, this time selecting a look from the Resort 2015 collection.

Balenciaga’s interpretation of tactile chic is very much embedded in this buttery soft leather sleeveless dual-colour dress featuring a layered asymmetrical cut-and-patch pocket detail.

While I’m glad she didn’t opt for the runway boots, I’m not a fan of her cuffed pumps either. A style of shoe which worked to elongate her legs would’ve worked better for me.

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Elizabeth Banks In DKNY – The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Elizabeth Banks In DKNY - The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Elizabeth Banks made a guest appearance on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ on Monday (November 17) to promote ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1′.

The actress talked about the challenges of her character Effie going from the elaborate clothing she’s famed for to a grey jumpsuit.

In real life Elizabeth is all about colour, and that was once again evident when she donned a vibrantly clashing palette of red and pale blue in this DKNY Spring 2015 striped sporty top paired with a red flared skirt.

Elizabeth simply styled the look with red Stuart Weitzman ‘Nudist’ sandals and an elegant updo with sweeping bangs.

I love how the look balances delicate femininity with an energetic vibe.

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Jena Malone In Reformation – The Holy Other: A Series Of Photos By Jena Malone Opening Reception

Jena Malone In Reformation - The Holy Other A Series Of Photos By Jena Malone Opening Reception

Jena Malone hosted the opening reception of her photo series ‘The Holy Other’ on Friday evening (November 21) in Los Angeles.

The ‘Hunger Games’ star got really dressed up for the occasion wearing a Reformation ‘Constance’ off-the-shoulder gown featuring a sweetheart neckline.

Her bridemaid-esque gown was very elegantly styled with a braided updo and pretty glossy pink lip, but when I look at the other attendees, I have to wonder if she was overdressed. Were they undressed or does it not matter as she was the lady of the hour?

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