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Kate Beckinsale In Pamella Roland – 2017 Film Independent Spirit Awards

Kate Beckinsale attended the 2017 Film Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday (February 25) in Santa Monica, California.

Her Pamella Roland Fall 2017 ensemble was much like the perky ponytail she favours, mixing both fun and formality with the lightheartedness of the sequined, feathered bodice and the sophistication of the black pencil skirt.

I love that her styling included a prismatic clutch that further ensured the look didn’t take itself too seriously.

The skirt could have been shortened, if we were to nitpick, but the sassy refinement held strong, regardless.

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Kiersey Clemons In Prabal Gurung – 2017 Film Independent Spirit Awards

Kiersey Clemons attended the 2017 Film Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday (February 25) in Santa Monica, California.

Sheer got a new lease on life with this Prabal Gurung Pre-Fall 2017 halter dress that delivered breezy, laid-back sophistication—perfect for the Spirit Awards.

The femininity of the floral print and frill was rightfully tempered by the black-and-white colour palette.

But it was the vibrant pop of that fiery orange-red lip that really took the look to the next level.

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Ruth Negga In Delpozo – 2017 Film Independent Spirit Awards

Ruth Negga also had an early entrance at the 2017 Film Independent Spirit Awards on Saturday (February 25) in Santa Monica, California.

The actress, nominated for her work in ‘Loving,’ had me charmed at first sight with her Delpozo Fall 2017 frock.

Minus the more directional hood from the runway, the tea-length dress was a sweet symphony between the architectural, bow-shaped bodice and the hothouse of colour that exploded throughout the floral brocade skirt.

While she kept her footwear to a plain black pump, I’m glad she took advantage of the brighter hues with her magenta Roger Vivier ‘Pilgrim Jewel Papillon de Nuit’ clutch and sapphire eye makeup—which actually proved that blue shadow can be worn well.

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Univision’s 29th Edition Of Premio Lo Nuestro A La Musica Latina

Glitz and glam was the sartorial trend of Univision’s 29th Edition of Premio Lo Nuestro A La Musica Latina were held on Thursday (February 23) in Miami, Florida, where a number of stars turned up the volume with their looks.

Leslie Grace: The singer’s jade-green gown outfitted both her sleeves with their own respective capes for a twist on the traditional cape presentation. Side cutouts and a thigh slit contributed another element of allure with a sculptural top-knot finishing the look.

Karol G: Oozing golden seduction, the singer perfected the hourglass in this high-shine, metallic moment, made all the more dynamic with her platinum play on a pompadour ’do.

Lourdes Stephen: Also turning up the glitz with an hourglass effect, she donned a shimmering Stephen Yearick gown. Given the lustre of the gown, I’m glad she kept her Gaskell Jewelry to a careful minimum with her earrings appropriately enhancing the look rather than overtaking it.

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Eva Longoria In Julea Domani – The View

Eva Longoria swung by ‘The View’ for a chat on Wednesday (February 22) in New York City.

Channeling a completely monochromatic mood, the actress donned a Julea Domani nude dress with ankle-tie sandals.

Colour aside, the design was a beautiful combination of structured tailoring and ladylike sophistication courtesy of the exaggerated peplum and figure-hugging pencil skirt.

When I first saw the look, the all-over tan hue fell a bit flat. But, with Eva’s pretty pink lip, I’m warming to it more.

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Lyndsy Fonseca In Antonio Marras – 14th Annual Global Green Pre Oscar Party

Lyndsy Fonseca, known for her human rights and animal rights advocacy, turned her attention to the planet at the 14th Annual Global Green Pre-Oscar gala on Wednesday (February 22) in LA.

Seafoam-green was the actress’s colour of the evening with an Antonio Marras Fall 2014 frock that had an edge of mystique with the darker wolf-and-moon motif that was present throughout the designer’s collection.

The styling of the dress, including the pop of a metallic sandal and a simple earring along with her sleek-straight locks, contributed a lovely, feminine finish that wasn’t as forthright in the original presentation.

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