Poppy Delevingne In Mary Katrantzou – Vogue ‘Triple Threats’ Dinner

Poppy Delevingne In Mary Katrantzou - Vogue 'Triple Threats' Dinner

Poppy Delevingne worked her model cred at Vogue’s ‘Triple Threat’ dinner last week at Goldie’s in Los Angeles.

At the event, this leggy lovely secured major style points for successfully strutting out a number of hot trends; namely the jumpsuit, the pajama silhouette, and the print.

She did nothing to quell my affection for the jumpsuit with this Mary Katrantzou short-sleeve creation featuring the currency-print from the Spring 2013 collection.

On most anyone else, this patterned look would have come off as clunky and clownish. On Poppy, it’s a delightful and effortless spring awakening that no doubt drew plenty of stares.

Beach-y blonde waves, a bold red lippie and an enviable bronze glow paired perfectly with the saturated, silky colours of this ensemble.

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12 thoughts on “Poppy Delevingne In Mary Katrantzou – Vogue ‘Triple Threats’ Dinner

  1. Christine

    The jumpsuit is clearly too long but she looks fine. Although I wished that my style crush Karolína Kurková would’ve don this look first.

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  2. Anya

    Ah-mazing! How can anyone possibly fault this? Poppy and her sister are freaks of nature – in the best way possible!

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  3. DSI

    I think the jumpsuit makes her appear shorter than she is,probably. Plus she looks toooo skinny to don a straight cut silhouette !! Ah–her arms!

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  4. EmmaWoodhouse

    The pants are too long but other than that this is the closest I’ve come to liking the pajama/jumpsuit trend. The print is gorgeous and fun.

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  5. Nat39

    Made me think of Jessica Alba´s dress at kids´choice awards. The pants are too wide and long, she is drowning in them, and I would´ve liked a thin belt to break up the print, it´s a bit one-note.

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