Olivia Wilde In Emanuel Ungaro – Out In New York City

Olivia Wilde In Emanuel Ungaro - Out In New York City

Olivia Wilde was spotted out and about in New York City where she has been making a series of appearances for the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival.

Still channeling a throwback vibe and the colours of fall, the actress wore a retro-inspired look from the Emanuel Ungaro Pre-Fall 2015 collection.

The colour-block hues of purple, rust-orange and army-green dress were decidedly snatched from the ’70s with the black and green blazer, edged up with grommets, a firm nod towards the ’80s.

Capped off with burnt-orange Jimmy Choo pumps, this ensemble is more like the Olivia we know. It has a sense of polished, ladylike flair mixed with cool-girl spirit that had been missing in her latest looks.

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Alba Rohrwacher In Miu Miu – ‘Sworn Virgin’ Tribeca Film Festival Premiere

Alba Rohrwacher In Miu Miu - ‘Sworn Virgin’ Tribeca Film Festival Premiere

Alba Rohrwacher attended the premiere of ‘Sworn Virgin’ during the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival at Regal Battery Park 11 on Friday (April 17) in New York City.

The Italian actress wore a Miu Miu Fall 2015 white cady dress with a red and light-blue graphic motif, enriched with micro-sequins.

With the giant red buttons and bold houndstooth patterning, this frock had all the signature quirk of a Miuccia Prada design, although I do prefer the placement and colour of the buttons on the runway look. As presented, they appear haphazardly placed.

Black suede Miu Miu sandals completed the cheeky dress with a classic finish.

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Lake Bell In Lanvin – ‘Man Up’ Tribeca Film Festival Premiere

Lake Bell In Lanvin - 'Man Up' Tribeca Film Festival Premiere

Lake Bell attended the ‘Man Up’ premiere during the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival at SVA Theater on Sunday (April 19) in New York City.

Embracing the beauty of chic minimalism, she wore a Lanvin Pre-Fall 2015 fitted black jumpsuit that combined an androgynous edge with feminine allure.

The black leather ‘Azov’ belt with pearl detail, matte off-white and black python long minaudière, and single ‘Azov’ pearl and crystal ear cuff, all by Lanvin, enhanced the effortless elegance with Gianvito Rossi sandals rounding out the accessories.

Side-swept waves and bare-faced beauty completed the less-is-more look.

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Michelle Monaghan In Antonio Berardi – ‘W Stories’ Event

Michelle Monaghan In Antonio Berardi - 'W Stories' Event

Michelle Monaghan joined Kiernan Shipka at the ‘W Stories’ event, presented by Leon Max and hosted by Stefano Tonchi, Leon Max, and Amber Valletta on Friday (April 17) in Los Angeles, California.

The actress wore an Antonio Berardi Pre-Fall 2015 look that quirkily merged houndstooth and Prince of Wales checks to create a layered effect and the illusion that the dress was instead a top and skirt.

The masculine nature of the patterns was easily balanced by the figure-hugging tailoring of the design.

The red pumps add a fiery little punch, but I’m not completely sold on the overall styling and the combination of the shoes and handbag.

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Zoe Kravitz In Balenciaga – ‘Good Kill’ Tribeca Film Festival Premiere

Zoe Kravitz In Balenciaga - ‘Good Kill’ Tribeca Film Festival Premiere
Zoe Kravitz joined January Jones at the premiere of ‘Good Kill’ during the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival at BMCC Tribeca PAC on Sunday (April 19) in New York City.

The exact opposite to January’s all-white look, Zoe’s Balenciaga Pre-Fall 2015 LBD saw her returning to familiar ground with her favoured colour, black.

Pared down from the lookbook, she styled the structured leather dress simply with black strappy sandals while pulling her braids into a ponytail.

A barely-there makeup palette softened the edges to round out this minimalistic entrance.

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