PYTs flocked to the ERDEM x H&M Fashion Show held on Wednesday (October 18) in LA—and were naturally attired in the highly anticipated, flower-forward collaboration.
Zendaya: The one thing I would have changed about Zendaya’s vintage-mod, ladylike statement would be her footwear, as the light pumps seemed at a disconnect from the darker floral palette of the skirt. Otherwise, she was completely selling the retro vibe of the look–from bouffant hair to ankles.
Kirsten Dunst: Riffing on the silk pyjama trend, Kirsten’s pair of loungewear-influenced separates were bolstered by her heels and embellished handbag.
Kate Bosworth: I like how this printed frock celebrated the height of romantic femininity whilst also echoing Kate’s bohemian-loving side.
Alexa Chung: It was lovely to see Alexa also opt for a feminine-chic moment that truly celebrated the beautiful embellishment on this dress—topped off with a apple-red lip for added impact.
Kate Mara: There was a sweet, girlish appeal in Kate’s little floral frock that was emboldened by its ruffled, bib bodice.
Ana de Armas: A rare flower-less ensemble, Ana followed the suiting trend in this tailored look that still had a certain Victorian-style romance in the bow-accented blouse.
Jamie King: Jaime’s au-naturel makeup and loose waves let her Asian-inspired robe and matching pants be the main focal point here. I was thankful for the black sash to enhance the silhouette.
Shaun Ross: Shaun showed off a floral suit with the ruffle-collar shirt.
Sylvia Hoeks: Shaun and Sylvia were clearly both channeling the same flower-power vibe, as she wore nearly the mirror image of similar suiting yet accessorised hers with the addition of the embellished bow at the shirt collar and a dressy pair of pumps.
Mackenzie Foy: Matchy-matchy can work just fine if the rest of the look is kept as minimal as possible. But, were you still wishing for a break in this black-and-white print between dress and shoes?
Selma Blair: Selma’s dress may be likened to something of a lace nightie, but I would say her sleek styling, jewels, and red lip helped keep it out of the boudoir.
Rashida Jones: You wouldn’t necessarily think these two floral motifs would jive together, but Rashida still looked rather radiant with the quirky combo.
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