Angelina Jolie attended the premiere of ‘Unbroken’ held at the Odeon Leicester Square on Tuesday (November 25) in London, England.
The actress turned to her favourite British couturier: Ralph & Russo, who have been known to dress Angelina on several occasions, including her last visit to London to receive the Insignia of Honorary Dame Grand Cross from the Queen.
This white Spring 2014 Couture pencil dress with a bolero cape is not too dissimilar in that it’s also impeccably crafted using luxe fabrics with special attention made to even the smallest detail.
Some might deem this photocall worthy at best, wish she’d opted for the runway embroidered version or preferred this as a gown, I would simply state that this is her best look so far on this promo tour.
A simple updo, nude pumps – which perhaps didn’t work too well – and Beladora vintage earrings completed her look,
You may remember that Fan Bingbing wore the runway version back in May.
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Darby Stanchfield attended the 2014 International Academy Of Television Arts & Sciences Emmy Awards held at New York Hilton on Monday (November 24) in New York City.
While I was on the fence with fellow attendee Christina Hendricks, I had no such issue with Darby in this Pamella Roland Fall 2014 dress; she looked stunning.
Relatively simple in design, the slinky black frock enriched with fringed embellished detailing and styled with an Edie Parker ‘Jean’ clutch is no match for that gorgeous face.
Tumbling flame-coloured curls and flawless makeup help round out the pretty picture.
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Earlier this year Christian Louboutin debuted their beauty range with a line of nail polishes, first a signature red shade before launching more colours ranging from bright colours to nude and rich autumn shades.
Those cylinder-shaped polishes started at a budget-friendly £36, but their latest offering, the Rouge Louboutin Starlight, costs a lot more – £495/$675 to be precise.
And here’s why: the Rouge Louboutin Nail Colour has been transformed into a rare exquisite jewel with 1,500 two-tone Strass crystals hand applied with the utmost attention to detail, creating a reflective garment that magnifies the architecture of the faceted glass bottle and extreme height cap, glorifying the iconic red nail colour.
The glimmering Rouge Louboutin is preciously encased in a velvet soft black insert, sitting in a jewellery-like box with a black lacquered finish, showcasing a red reveal. Two leather and Strass flowers borrowed from Fall 2014 ‘Pensamoi’ rest delicately as a decorative accent on the box cover.
Only 1,000 pieces have been made available worldwide due to the intricate handcrafting of the process Rouge Louboutin Starlight.
Kendall Jenner may be the it-model of the moment, but it’s her little sister Kylie Jenner who also turns heads on the red carpet. The family’s go-to makeup artist, Rob Scheppy, worked with worked with Kylie Jenner for the 2014 American Music Awards on Sunday.
Her skin was evened out using the Makeup Forever Foundation Palette in Medium. With 11 shades in one kit, this set ensures you’ll receive flawless coverage no matter your complexion. Scheppy added depth to Kylie’s face with the Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze & Glow. Makeup Forever Super Matte Loose Powder was applied over foundation to set the look.
The eyes were lightly smoked with Eyeko Me and My Shadow in Chocolate. A shadow that doesn’t crease is a must for long award shows. Scheppy filled Kylie’s brows with Eyeko Brow Liner and locked strands in place with Eyeko Brow Gel. Lashes are key to Kylie’s look, so he added length with Eyeko Lash Wardrobe. The faux corner lashes offer a more natural look than whole strip options. Scheppy finished the eyes with a coat of Eyeko Black Magic Mascara.
For added moisture, Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream Nourishing Lip Balm was smoothed over Kylie’s pout. To create the lip color, which complimented Kylie’s Alexandre Vauthier Couture dress, Scheppy didn’t use lipstick at all. The hue is simply MAC Lip Pencil in Burgundy.