21.06.17 Premiere

Kaya Scodelario In Chanel – ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ Tokyo Premiere

Kaya Scodelario attended the ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ premiere in Tokyo on Tuesday (June 20).

Rather than taking cues from the season, Kaya wore a navy lace Chanel gown with floral details to add plenty of intrigue.

Continuing with the slightly gothic undertones, Kaya paired her look with a smoky eye and wavy bob hairstyle.

I like the flared fishtail hem, but I’m wondering if this look have fared better if it were strapless?

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Ruth Negga In Chanel – ‘Preacher’ Season 2 Premiere

Ruth Negga brought old Hollywood glamour to the premiere of AMC’s ‘Preacher’ Season 2 in LA on Tuesday (June 20).

There was something nostalgic about the flapper style fringing and feathery details on this Chanel Fall 2017 gown which I found very charming.

Ruth’s decision to team her dress with simple Chanel Fine Jewelry was a good one. The sequin embellishments on the dress, which are echoed on the Giuseppe Zanotti ‘Ellis’ sandals, are eye-catching enough.

I particularly love the actress’s gorgeous makeup and hair styling. Pure perfection, wouldn’t you agree?

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Suki Waterhouse In David Koma – ‘The Bad Batch’ LA Premiere

Suki Waterhouse oozed utilitarian chic at the premiere of ‘The Bad Batch’ on Monday (June 19) in Los Angeles, California.

I love the olive green colour of her David Koma Fall 2017 dress which was paired with some black ribbon details which call to mind camouflage, but in a very fashionable – and sultry – way.

The strictness of the structure feels masculine but is softened by the feminine flared hem and the built-in bra and mini skirt layer, bringing a perfect balance to this look.

I love the designer’s vision of an edgier look, however, Suki swapped the runway lace-up boots for strappy heels and the sleek straight hairstyle for a wavy one, yet still possessed a military mood.

Are you onboard with Suki’s interpretation?

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Lake Bell In Stella McCartney & Wolford – ‘Shot Caller’ LA Screening

Lake Bell looked bold in blue on Saturday (June 17) as she attended the 2017 Los Angeles Film Festival gala screening of ‘Shot Caller’.

I love the voluminous Stella McCartney Spring 2017 trousers which feature an interesting paper bag-waist and bell bottoms, which she styled with a Wolford ‘Jamaika String’ bodysuit.

It such a shame that bra ruins what could have been a great summery look that steps outside the floral dress box.

I do, however, like the Lee Savage ‘Cross Stack’ clutch and the fun Pierre Hardy ‘Parade’ sandals.

This was so nearly a winning outfit. What do you think?

Stella McCartney navy Rhea trousers
Pierre Hardy ‘Parade’ sandals

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Laura Haddock In Emilia Wickstead – ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ London Premiere

Joining Isabela Moner at the ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ London premiere on Sunday (June 18), Laura Haddock took a delightfully chic perspective with her monochromatic, blush gown.

The Emilia Wickstead Resort 2018 gown was minimal in design, thus proving that sometimes no embellishment or bells and whistles are needed for that sway of magical charm—just a beautifully feminine hue and a pristinely sweeping silhouette.

A sleek bun, wrapped in pink, continued the pretty-in-pastel mood.

Because of the cut or the colour—or both—I was reminded of Gwyneth Paltrow’s pink Ralph Lauren gown from the 1999 Oscars. Yet, Laura’s maintained a freshly modern aura that provided a spirited new perspective.

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Isabela Moner In Yanina Couture – ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ London Premiere

The promo tour for the ‘Transformers: The Last Knight’ continued in London, with Isabela Moner in attendance at the premiere on Sunday (June 18).

Her China premiere look may have been cheekily on theme, but here her transformation for the evening was into that of a partial peacock with this Yanina Fall 2016 Couture gown that was likewise tufted in feathered plumes—as any good bird dress should be.

Execution-wise, the illusion neckline left just a bit to be desired as did the visible lining underneath; it would have done better in a similar blue-gray colour.

Whimsical though it was, it achieved said effect in a more dated, ice-dancing costume mood. Would you agree?

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