Emily Ratajkowski: With her signature sultry appeal, Emily wrapped herself in a spicy little Isabel Marant mini. I’m not sure how fresh-forward it was, but it was certainly red hot. An Edie Parker ‘Rebekah’ clutch echoed the metallic-crimson colour palette.
Mandy Moore: This sparkling, sapphire-blue Jeffery Dodd dress was gorgeous in hue, so I’m not sure why it fell flat. I partly blame the styling with the odd mix of seafoam-green earrings and Edie Parker ‘Jean’ clutch with silver Stella Luna pumps. A brighter lip and sleeker ’do were also warranted with the high neckline.
Pom Klementieff: I was immediately applauding Pom’s look, as it was the pure embodiment of fanciful springtime in this Giambattista Valli frock blooming in flowers. I love how her accessories, including Irene Neuwirth jewels and a pink clutch, seamlessly integrated into the look with her braided mohawk adding an inspired edge.
Jaime King: There was a distinct Japanese-inspired sensibility about this Johanna Ortiz Fall 2017 ensemble with its dynamic floral patterning and black obi-style belt paired with the designer’s signature ruffle motif. Given Jaime’s statuesque height, she handled it well, although her oxblood lip translated as rather harsh.
Aja Naomi King: Her Miu Miu LBD was given a boost with feathered shoulders and glitzy embellishment. However, I would have loved to see her experiment with a brighter hue on this occasion.
Mackenzie Foy: The young starlet dressed her age in a fun, hot-pink embellished kate spade new york frock emboldened by red accessories including an Edie Parker ‘Jean’ clutch and Tamara Mellon sandals.
Alexandra Daddario: The bright, girly silhouette of the new ‘Baywatch’ beauty’s Marc Jacobs Pre-Fall 2017 dress also ensured her girls were fully celebrated. She complemented the demure sexiness with a hot-orange lip and brassy-gold heels that matched her teal-accented clutch.
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