Salma Hayek In Gucci – ‘Como Ser Un Latin Lover’ Mexico City Premiere

Salma Hayek was at the Mexico City premiere of ‘Como Ser Un Latin Lover’ on Wednesday (May 3).

I was immediately drawn to the bright, vivid array of colours in her Gucci Fall 2017 floral-print dress that reminded me how well she wears bold, beautiful hues.

Her accessories likewise reflected the explosion of the colour wheel, as she styled the look with dynamic turquoise earrings, a purple handbag, and tangerine platforms that were nothing if not in theme with the palette.

It was delightful to see Salma having such fun with this radiant ensemble.

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Pippa Middleton In Erdem – ParaSnow Ball

Pippa Middleton was seen heading off to the ParaSnow Ball in London on Thursday (May 4).

She wore an Erdem Resort 2017 dress that featured a rendition of the label’s signature florals.

While the fabric was giving me strong upholstery vibes, it was the loose, mumsy silhouette with the ruffle at the bottom that sealed the deal—the frock was far too mature for the vibrant Pippa.

And, the fact of the matter is, those Rupert Sanderson ‘Estelle’ sandals were just too cool for the look that took the chic out of granny-chic.

Erdem Heta organza dress

Zoe Saldana In Antonio Berardi – Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Zoe Saldana was back at it, stopping by ‘Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen’ in support of ‘Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2’ on Wednesday (May 3) in New York.

It was love at first sight when I saw this Antonio Berardi Pre-Fall 2017 ensemble on Zoe and its masterfully rendered dialogue between femininity and masculinity.

The tailoring was sharp and sophisticated, and the nuance of the fluted, peplum-inspired shaping on the jacket and pants evoked the New Look glamour of the ’40s in the most modern of ways.

Naturally, a red lip was the only way to go.

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Chloe Sevigny In Opening Ceremony – Creative Time Gala 2017

Chloe Sevigny attended the Creative Time Gala 2017 on Wednesday (May 3) in New York.

I wouldn’t exactly describe her Opening Ceremony Spring 2017 flutter-sleeve dress as creative, which may surprise some as the actress is known for her more provocative grasp of style.

While the Delfina Deletrezz choker and black boots did make this more of a signature Chloe look by edging up the girly spirit of the frock, the styling is what didn’t sit well with me.

It was really the choker that was the toughest sell, given the high neckline and her long locks.

Opening Ceremony ruffles sleeve dress
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Kristen Scott Thomas In Schiaparelli Couture – Monte Carlo Casino Re-Opening

Kristin Scott Thomas was at the re-opening celebration for the Monte Carlo Casino on Friday (April 28) in Monte Carlo.

The last time we saw Kristin she was barely recognizable with her OTT look, so even wearing a giant lobster on this Schiaparelli Spring 2017 Couture gown was actually quite subdued by those previous standards.

The dress was actually a re-imagined update on the iconic lobster dress collaboration between Elsa Schiaparelli and Salvador Dali from the ’30s.

However, I wish the Grecian-style silhouette had been slightly more tailored, as the skirt fell a bit too long and languid.

Clearly taking a gamble on the lighthearted humor of this lobster look, did it pay off for her?

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Katherine Waterston In Ulyana Sergeenko Couture – ‘Alien: Covenant’ World Premiere

Katherine Waterston attended the world premiere of ‘Alien: Covenant’ in London on Thursday (May 4).

With this new film not to mention the ‘Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2’ promo circuit, there have been no shortage of reasons for stars to channel sci-fi-chic—and I’m not complaining when the ensembles look like this.

What I love about Katherine’s Ulyana Sergeenko Spring 2017 Couture corset dress is how it demonstrated a magnetically restrained aura of mysterious allure.

Strewn with dimensional embellishment that could double as space debris and styled with Katherine’s sleek swept-back ’do, the look found its right footing between futuristic and feminine.

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