Gwyneth Paltrow In Stella McCartney – Coach Fashion’s Night Out

Gwyneth Paltrow co-hosted the Coach Fashion’s Night Out in London last night with UK Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman.

The actress wore yet another Stella McCartney look from the Resort 2012 collection.

Her black haltered jumpsuit was teamed with a tan Coach cross-body bag, which mimicked the models styling of this look.

Trademark poker straight hair and flawless make-up made her glow.

Red Charlotte Olympia platform pumps completed the look.

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16 thoughts on “Gwyneth Paltrow In Stella McCartney – Coach Fashion’s Night Out

    1. Parvati

      I agree. You can hardly tell where her feet are in this photo! :P But yeah, the shoes are great, too bad they’re not visible! And the bag is OK, but for a different occasion…

      1. Emi

        Why wearing lovely shoes and cover them with too long pants? I agree about the bag, it’s right to go to pick your kids from school or something like that.

  1. robbie

    yawnnnnn! can someone please hunt her down and give her a better hairstyle, it is so gosh darn boring now. the whole look is a snoozefest.

  2. Nat39

    Can hardly tell the difference between Gw. and the model. Generally find the pant part of jumpsuits very unflattering, no exception here. Wish I could see the red pumps better from under those pants, and why red anyway with the tan bag…Not really liking this look.

  3. Ylenia Castellano

    Unflattering jumpsuit and she’d rather have copied the modelĀ“s look completely and carried the (yes, I agree with comments above, ‘quite ugly’) bag just on the side, rather than across her body, which takes the suit to a whole next level of no-no.

    Thank god for the amazing looks she has been giving us sinc Venice. Evens.


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