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09.10.17

Cate Blanchett In Givenchy – LFF Connects Event

Continuing to show off her penchant for pants, Cate Blanchett was at the LFF Connects event, held during the BFI London Film Festival on Friday (October 6).

With this Givenchy Spring 2018 ensemble, she combined the experimental nature we’ve seen in some of her recent looks with a simultaneous return to a more classic mode.

I like how she balanced out the directional ruffles of the top with the sleek black pants to create a capriciously refined spirit that celebrated sophisticated flair.

What say you of her latest statement?

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Emilia Schuele In Edited & J.W. Anderson – ‘Simpel’ Hamburg Film Festival Premiere

Emilia Schuele was at the Hamburg Film Festival premiere of ‘Simpel’ on Friday (October 6).

I like how the young German starlet wore a refreshing mix of delicate, mauve-pink with bold, fire-engine-red via this Edited sweater and J.W. Anderson skirt.

The soft tones of her makeup and the sleek bun were right on point, but I would have preferred a more complementary or neutral clutch, as this dark Jimmy Choo bag stuck out a bit.

That was not the case, however, for her nude Tom Ford sandals, as they all but disappeared into her leg line.

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Berenice Bejo In Gucci – ‘Redoubtable’ London Film Festival Premiere

Berenice Bejo joined Stacy Martin at the ‘Redoubtable’ London Film Festival premiere on Saturday (October 7).

Gucci made another appearance on the film festival’s red carpet in this Pre-Fall 2017 design that offered up a slightly more subdued take on embellished glamour—by Gucci standards, anyway.

With the shocking-pink bodice and decorative bow brooch, not much else was needed. So, I’m glad she left the long opera gloves off.

I do question the one-sided hairstyle, as it felt just a tiny bit forced here.

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Emma Stone In Louis Vuitton – ‘Battle Of The Sexes’ London Film Festival Premiere

Offering up an incredibly captivating entrance, Emma Stone was at the ‘Battle Of The Sexes’ premiere during the 61st BFI London Film Festival on Saturday (October 7).

I was immediately charmed by her Louis Vuitton embroidered dress, which was such a lovely representation of the label done oh-so-right on the red carpet.

Not only did the undulating allure of the sculptural sleeves take my breath away, the impeccable grace and beautiful simplicity with which Emma wore the delicately glinting gown made it one for the books.

Were you as entranced by this magical moment as I?

It seems Nicolas Ghesquière was, as he used the moment to confirmed that Emma is the new face of Louis Vuitton, which he confirmed via Instagram on Saturday night.

She joins Alicia Vikander and Selena Gomez as official ambassadors to the brand.

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Julianne Moore In Chanel Couture – ‘Wonderstruck’ New York Film Festival Premiere

Julianne Moore attended the ‘Wonderstruck’ premiere, held during the 55th New York Film Festival on Saturday (October 7).

While some might occasionally find the actress’s style to be predictable, she does have an inclination to serve up classic looks with an unexpected punch—as can be seen here.

I love how she had fun with this Chanel Fall 2017 Couture tweed dress, enlivened with the sprightly addition of feathers at the shoulders and hem.

The Chanel movie camera clutch was also one of my favoured elements, as it cleverly referenced the film festival event without venturing too cheesy.

Her silver sandals and ponytail only added to the elegant whimsy of the look.

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Claire Foy In Mugler – ‘Breathe’ Zurich Film Festival Premiere

As Claire Foy continues the promo tour for ‘Breathe,’ she was at the premiere during the Zurich Film Festival on Friday (October 6) in Switzerland.

It has indeed been a delight to see the actress go from end to end on the style spectrum—and here again, she’s seen replacing her penchant for florals with a different breed of femininity.

And, it served her quite well.

This minimalist Mugler Resort 2018 gown was a striking selection for the slightly more unconventional, subtle glamour presented in the cold-shoulder, ruffled design.

Plus, the deep sapphire hue ignited her blue eyes—with her strawberry-stained lip only adding another layer of brilliance.

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