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22.02.17 Premiere

Gillian Anderson In Galvan & Roksanda – ‘Viceroy’s House’ Berlin Film Festival & London Premieres

Gillian Anderson presented two completely different fashion personalities for the premieres of ‘Viceroy’s House,’ the first at the 2017 Berlin International Film Festival on Saturday (February 12) followed by the London premiere on Tuesday (February 21).

Berlin Premiere: Her Galvan Fall 2014 gown may have been from a few seasons ago, but sleek elegance is always in style. The partnership between the perfect plunge and the waist-defining embroidered detail was all this column dress needed to draw you in—no jewels or accessories even required.

London Premiere: While her minimalist approach to styling stayed true here, the look did not have the same freshly alluring simplicity as her Berlin outing. The Roksanda Spring 2017 ‘Alten’ dress aged the actress when paired with the updo, and the white sleeves were rather all-encompassing by virtue of their wing-like form and bright colour.

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16.02.17 Menswear, Premiere

Charlie Hunnam In Burberry & Tom Holland In Dolce & Gabbana – ‘The Lost City of Z’ London Premiere

British actors Charlie Hunnam and Tom Holland joined their co-stars Sienna Miller and Robert Pattinson for the London premiere of ‘The Lost City of Z’ on Thursday (February 16).

Charlie Hunnam: After two Prada suits, the handsome actor made a switch to Burberry on this occasion, yet opted to keep his favoured Christian Louboutin ‘Greggo’ shoes. While I do prefer the sharper cut of his Prada Berlin premiere suit, I do love the more contemporary take on tailoring this Burberry suit possesses. Blue is definitely his colour.

Tom Holland: The young actor, who’ll soon be starting a mammoth tour for Spider-Man: Homecoming’, made a suave entrance onto the red carpet wearing Dolce & Gabbana. When it comes to sharps suits, no one does it better than the Italian duo. I love how this three-piece suit proudly display the brand’s tailoring prowess. This was my favourite of the three gents.

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Sienna Miller In Alexander McQueen – ‘The Lost City of Z’ London Premiere

Sienna Miller joined Robert Pattinson at the ‘The Lost City of Z’ London premiere on Thursday (February 16).

Combining boho with boudoir, her Alexander McQueen Spring 2017 dress was beautifully knitted in wool lace with a handkerchief-hem skirt. The delicate ‘x’ embroidery at the waist likewise created a lovely, subtly defined silhouette.

While the look was presented with a tougher mood on the runway, she brought a more graceful romance to it with her metallic wrap sandals and half-braided ’do.

It was a beautiful ensemble that perfectly played into Sienna’s bohemian, effortless approach. Would you agree?

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Robert Pattinson In Dior Homme & FKA Twigs In Givenchy – ‘The Lost City of Z’ London Premiere

Robert Pattinson’s main man for ‘The Lost City of Z’ Berlin premiere may have been Charlie Hunnam, but for the London premiere on Thursday (February 16), he had a special plus-one in girlfriend, FKA Twigs, at his side.

FKA Twigs: Showcasing the striking power of a precision tailored jumpsuit, she struck a pose in a Givenchy Spring 2017 look that I loved for its sweetheart neckline fused with tougher, badass spirit. The extreme pockets at the sides, which could have gone extremely wrong, actually worked with her petite frame.

Robert Pattinson
: While the actor has lately been opting for slightly more directional ensembles, he let his girl command all the style-forward attention this time out. So, he went for a traditional Dior Homme dark-navy suit.

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Ashley Greene In Akris – ‘In Dubious Battle’ LA Premiere

Ashley Greene was at the premiere of ‘In Dubious Battle’ on Wednesday (February 15) in LA.

Putting a minimalist sensibility to work for her, she wore an Akris Spring 2017 long shift dress.

The linear drape was only heightened by the geometric, dark-green panel that spanned the length of the design.

With a shortened hem and a pulled-back ponytail, this look would have been even sleeker as a result.

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