Rose Byrne In Lanvin – ‘Danny Collins’ New York Premiere

Rose Byrne In Lanvin - 'Danny Collins' New York Premiere

Following her appearance at the SXSW Music, Film + Interactive Festival in Texas, Rose Byrne was back in New York City for the ‘Danny Collins’ premiere held at the AMC Lincoln Square Theatre on Wednesday (March 18).

The Australian actress wore a Lanvin Spring 2015 frock, distinctively crafted with several fabrications making this an eye-catching piece, with the shimmering touches notching up the allurement factor and the trims giving the look raw-edged appeal.

Gold pumps, tights and a black clutch accessorized the look, but it’s the wavy lob which gives the look an instant chic flourish.

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‘Insurgent’ New York Premiere Menswear Roundup

'Insurgent' New York Premiere Menswear Roundup

In addition to the group of lovelies at the ‘Insurgent’ New York premiere, the guys were out in force at the Ziegfeld Theater on Monday (March 16) in New York City.

Miles Teller: Looking ever so dapper, the actor wore a Ralph Lauren Purple Label three-piece blue suit with a patterned tie and contrasting Christian Louboutin shoes. While the silhouette is a more formal one, the suit’s slight denim look keeps it fresh and youthful—and perfect for Miles.

Theo James: Also going the three-piece route, Theo made a less impressive effort, as I found his dark brown Dolce & Gabbana suit, buttoned-up vest, and navy satin tie to be more prom-appropriate than red-carpet-ready.

Ansel Elgort: I have to applaud this young stud for breaking out of the sartorial norm with his likewise denim-inspired Prada suit with exposed, visible stitching. Paired with a midnight-navy tie and lighter-blue shirt, it was a mod statement look that he certainly worked to his advantage.

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‘Dior And I’ London Premiere

'Dior And I' London Premiere

The UK premiere of ‘Dior And I’ was held at The Curzon Mayfair on Monday (March 16) in London, England.

Natalie Dormer: The ‘Game of Thrones’ star wore a bright red Dior coat styled with Dior pumps. Even with the nipped in waist, I can’t say I’m too enamoured with this boxy silhouette, but I can imagine the piece would move beautifully courtesy of its loose cascading box pleats.

Olga Kurylenko: The Ukrainian actress also made outerwear the focus of her look, donning a green check collarless coat featuring a flared hem for a distinctive feminine silhouette. While the look is very stylish, I know many of you have an aversion to the coat and sandals combo, so this might not go down so well with the majority.

Daisy Lowe: Not getting the outwear memo, the British model worked an upscale elegant look wearing a maroon Dior wool suit. As I often find her style a tad too dishevelled at times for my tastes, I really appreciate this more refined red carpet look.

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Maggie Q In Zuhair Murad – ‘Insurgent’ New York Premiere

Maggie Q In Zuhair Murad - ‘Insurgent’ New York Premiere

Maggie Q joined her co-stars on the red carpet at the Ziegfeld Theatre on Monday (March 16) in New York City for the ‘Insurgent’ New York premiere.

The newly engaged actress smouldered wearing a spotlight-stealing Zuhair Murad long sleeve black gown.

While you may be looking at this from an angle of this being overtly sexy, I love how the corded lace bodice has a futuristic feel which is perfectly in tune with the movie.

A black Lee Savage ‘Space’ clutch and wavy tresses completed her effortlessly stunning look.

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Suki Waterhouse In Reem Acra – ‘Insurgent’ New York Premiere

Suki Waterhouse In Reem Acra - 'Insurgent' New York Premiere
Suki Waterhouse was also in attendance at the ‘Insurgent’ New York premiere, held at Ziegfeld Theater on Monday (March 16) in New York City.

With co-star Shailene Woodley going for a slinky and simple black gown, Suki veered in the opposite direction in her Reem Acra Spring 2015 blush-nude confection with lace embroidery and alluring side cutouts.

Having her own fairytale moment, the model-actress struck the right chord between sexy and sweet in this enchanted design that was diaphanously ethereal but, fortunately, none too precious.

What also made this look work was the gracefully, unforced styling. Relaxed, tumbling waves, barely-there makeup and rows of rings were all that were needed to pull together the mod princess statement.

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