Cate Blanchett In Roksanda – The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Cate Blanchett In Roksanda - The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Cate Blanchett made a guest appearance on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ on Tuesday (March 3) promoting her latest movie, ‘Cinderella’, which had its LA premiere on Sunday.

The actress wore a Roksanda cerulean-blue suit from the Resort 2015 collection paired with a white Peter Pilotto Pre-Fall 2015 blouse accented with a blue and black printed bib.

Pains me to say, but I’m not a fan of this look.

Where it falls down is the busy blouse. There is far too much going on, but this print did work on the darker backdrop of Margot Robbie’s Peter Pilotto jumpsuit.

I would also question the size, but looking at the model in the look book, the fit is apparently supposed to be boxy.

Looking for a plus, I do love the cool blue hue, which enhances Cate’s radiant glow.

Yay or nay for Cate in this Roksanda suit?

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Wish List Wednesday

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04.03.15 Menswear, Premiere

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Menswear Red Carpet Roundup

Here is a quick roundup of some of the men who have taken to the red carpet on this very quiet week.

Richard Madden: The ‘Game of Thrones’ actor, who is Prince Charming to Lily James’ Cinderella, joined his co-star on the red carpet for the LA premiere on Sunday (March 1). He wore Dolce & Gabbana with fine details that make this tuxedo suit the flawless epitome of black-tie elegance, but it’s the blue eyes that really draw you in.

Dev Patel: The British actor attended ‘The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel’ premiere held at the Ziegfeld Theater on Tuesday (March 3) in New York City. I love Dev for never opting for the classic, expected look. Like David Oyelowo, Dev is not afraid of colour or experimenting with different fabrications. On this occasion he wore a Salvatore Ferragamo tan corduroy notched-lapel suit, which on paper doesn’t appeal but in real life exemplifies the essence of sartorial dressing. This look did make me chuckle as it reminded me of the ‘Sex And The City’ episode where Steve asks Miranda, “What’s wrong with corduroy?” to which she replies, “I don’t have enough time to tell you what’s wrong with corduroy.” Dev proves that statement wrong.

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Chloe Sevigny In Louis Vuitton – ‘Bloodline’ Series Premiere

Chloe Sevigny In Louis Vuitton - 'Bloodline' Series Premiere

Chloe Sevigny attended the ‘Bloodline’ New York series premiere held at the SVA Theatre on Tuesday (March 3) in New York City.

The indie actress, who has been M.I.A. from the red carpet for a while, makes a return in Louis Vuitton.

I knew this Spring 2015 collection would appeal to Chloe as she’s never been afraid of complex prints and patterns, plus she’s very much a fan of the boots with her red carpet looks, so LV was a match made in fashion heaven – as apparently the prerequisite for wearing an LV look is to wear the footwear too.

What I love most about this look is how it commands your attention, possessing a girlish charm with vivacious, dramatic spirit.

On this rare occasion, I love the boots.

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04.03.15

Which Was Your Favourite Julianne Moore Awards Season Look?

Which Was Your Favourite Julianne Moore Awards Season Look

Julianne Moore may have swept the board winning Best Actress awards for ‘Still Alice’, but did she really clean up in the style stakes?

I would say yes she did.

Looking back I was delighted to learn that her love for black was mostly confined to events surrounding awards season, with the only notable step onto the dark side in Saint Laurent at the Critics’ Choice Awards.

Her go-to designer was Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy Couture when I was sure it would’ve been Tom Ford, but this was the right choice as Julianne’s finest moments were both in Givenchy.

Those looks were my joint favourites. I couldn’t pick a favourite of the two as I love the drama of the Golden Globes gown and the colour of the SAG Awards.

As breathtaking as the design of her Chanel Couture Oscar gown was, the colour washed her out completely, ending an amazing run with a damp squib.

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