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Daisy Ridley In Paco Rabanne – ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Mexico City Premiere

As Daisy Ridley continues down the promo tour for ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi,’ she made a stop in Mexico City for the premiere and fan event on Monday (November 20).

The actress wears both girly femininity as well as sharper takes on modern sultriness in equally strong form.

And, the latter was no better witnessed than here in this Paco Rabanne Spring 2018 ensemble.

The look was striking in its impeccably fitted simplicity, punctuated by the asymmetrical snaps and unexpected dash of paisley.

Did you like this fresh twist on a power suit?

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Julianne Hough In Galia Lahav Couture – Dancing With The Stars

The finals of ‘Dancing With The Stars’ Season 25 saw judge Julianne Hough sweep in with a thoroughly stunning look on Monday (November 20) in LA.

I fell hard and fast in love for this Galia Lahav Spring 2017 Couture gown for its unapologetic embrace of full-on glamour.

Seductive, plunging allure and bow-accented sweet femininity united in the rich ruby dress, equally balancing the other out.

And, with her old-Hollywood platinum locks, she could have easily stepped straight from another elegant era.

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Freida Pinto In Diane von Furstenberg – ‘Ladies First’ New York Screening

Sometimes it doesn’t take sparkling embellishment to shine, as Freida Pinto so radiantly showcased at the ‘Ladies First’ screening on Monday (November 20) in New York City.

She brought the dazzle by virtue of print alone in this Diane von Furstenberg Fall 2017 abstract floral dress.

I love how the bold pattern was juxtaposed with the conservative high neckline silhouette for the optimal display of modern femininity.

A sleek bun and pointy-toe shoes finished the look with another brush of chicness.

Diane von Furstenberg Printed silk crepe de chine dress

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Allison Williams In Schiaparelli Couture – ‘Get Out’ LA Screening

Allison Williams was at the SAG-AFTRA Foundations conversations and LA screening for her latest film, ‘Get Out’, on Friday (November 17) in West Hollywood, California.

I was immediately drawn to her Schiaparelli Couture strapless pleated dress for the artsy, multi-coloured patterns of its silk crêpe. This could have been the canvas of a painting in a museum’s modern collection.

Even more whimsical was the eye embroidery, which was a nod to the label’s surrealistic motifs.

Could she have had more fun in the footwear department with a brighter sandal? Sure. But, instead, she kept the focus straight-away on the dress itself.

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Vulture Festival Los Angeles Red Carpet Roundup

The Vulture Festival Los Angeles on Saturday (November 18) in Hollywood, California saw a few other stars in its midst along with Kerry Washington.

Bellamy Young: The ‘Scandal’ actress wore a charmingly ladylike Temperley London Resort 2018 printed dress with Marskinryyppy sandals. The off-the-shoulder silhouette and flared skirt were the sweet details that contributed just the right flair to the look.

Common: I like how Common wore the punchy paint splatters of his 3.1 Phillip Lim Spring 2018 jacket with more neutral, solid-hued shirting and trousers courtesy of J Brand. That, combined with his bold shoes, kept the look different enough from the same jacket we just saw on Caleb McLaughlin.

Issa Rae: Showing how great she looks in stripes, the actress let this bold Christopher Kane Resort 2018 carwash-panel dress take top billing by minimizing her accessories to a simple pair of Saint Laurent sandals.

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Variety’s 1st Annual Hitmakers Luncheon Red Carpet Roundup

In addition to Hailee Steinfeld, a few other stars were at Variety’s 1st Annual Hitmakers Luncheon on Saturday (November 18) in LA.

Kat Graham: Ever so coordinated to the day’s signage, Kat donned a John Galliano Spring 2018 suit. But, what I loved even more was the cool, preppy edge she brought to the tailoring with Gucci ‘Brixton’ horsebit loafers and a matching, cream hat. It was so relevant and effortless.

Machine Gun Kelly: I’m really intrigued by what the entertainer is bringing to the scene. With this OAMC parka jacket, cropped plaid pants, and Reebok classic sneakers, he’s colouring outside the lines of unconventional style, yet without an overly zany sense of try-hard. I would have just skipped the bathrobe sash.

Sabrina Carpenter: Even those this sheer No. 21 Spring 2018 dress had an element of sportiness in the hoodie detail, I found the belt and black Casadei boots to be too harsh of contrast for its more ethereal quality. The same goes for the makeup look.