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Blake Lively In Roland Mouret – The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Blake Lively stopped by ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ on Friday (October 13) in New York City, where she carried a secondary pair of more suitable block-heel shoes for her epic dance battle with the host.

While her Roland Mouret Spring 2018 dress was on the Red Carpet Wish List for Emmy Rossum, I think it’s safe to say that Blake was as lovely as could be in the flowy and feminine lilac gown.

I kind of wish she had worn her second pair of shoes the entire time, as I actually preferred them to the glittery stilettos.

Some of you weren’t crazy about her last look. Did she redeem herself here?

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Andrea Riseborough In Ralph & Russo Couture – 61st BFI London Film Festival Awards

Joining Hayley Atwell and Anya Taylor-Joy, Andrea Riseborough also took to the red carpet at the 61st BFI London Film Festival Awards on Saturday (October 14).

Her new lease on fashion continued to be felt strongly in this Ralph & Russo Fall 2016 Couture gown.

The design offered up a secret garden of intricately enchanting embellishment. But, it was her decision to wear the dress with violet Balenciaga thigh-high boots that brought the distinct punk edge.

While the dress had to stay unlined on behalf of the boots, I can already hear the potential objections to the nude bodysuit beneath it—not to mention the footwear.

Regardless, she dared to do something different on the red carpet, and for that, she provided plenty of statement-making intrigue.

Yay or nay?

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16.10.17

Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic

The Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic was held on Saturday (October 14) in Pacific Palisades, California, with a number of stars in attendance for the day of sport.

Tracee Ellis Ross: This look brought a big smile to my face, as I was immediately charmed by the Agnes B printed top and mustard-yellow Celine trousers. The star of the show was the Eric Javits hat, though, with Stuart Weitzman ‘Marlon’ shoes completing the typically quirky look. The shoes were funky, to be sure, but it was the Louis Vuitton clutch that I could have done without.

Camilla Belle: This Adeam Resort 2018 asymmetrical frock offered up such a delicately feminine vibe, with her pink lip echoing that spirit. Her block heels ensured there would be no sinking into the grass.

Kate Hudson: I loved the playfulness of this candy-stripe Johanna Ortiz Resort 2018 wide-leg jumpsuit, all tied up with its girlish bow. But, I would have been fearful that Kate would trip on the pants that puddled on the ground. The giant rosebud earrings were such fun as was the Clare V. ‘Petite Alice’ tote.

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16.10.17

Anya Taylor-Joy In Dolce & Gabbana – 61st BFI London Film Festival Awards

Moments of unquestionable glamour always captivate me on the red carpet.

And, that is exactly what Anya Taylor-Joy delivered, in spades, as she joined Hayley Atwell for the 61st BFI London Film Festival Awards on Saturday (October 14).

Glittering from top to toe, she stunned in a Dolce & Gabbana gown that was simple in silhouette, but oh-so-dramatic in effect.

I was entranced by the flared skirt that formed a moderate train behind her—and how the light scintillated against the sea of nearly holographic sequins.

Allowing the sequins to speak for themselves, she finished the look with the alluring side sweep of old-Hollywood waves and minimal jewels.

Tilda Swinton In Chanel – Lumiere Film Festival Opening Ceremony

Tilda Swinton was back on the red carpet for the Lumiere Film Festival Opening Ceremony on Saturday (October 14) in Lyon, France.

With a graceful fluidity of form, this Chanel Resort 2018 plisse jumpsuit would have easily been mistaken for a gown.

Yet, I loved its inherent femininity and effortless attitude, with Tilda showing us how to wear her version of the sheer trend with her signature sophistication of presence.

Again introducing the delight of a bold lip here, her candy-apple-red hue completed the look with a classic punch.

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