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Brittany Snow In Monique Lhuillier – ‘Pitch Perfect 3’ LA Premiere

Brittany Snow joined her co-star Anna Camp for the premiere of ‘Pitch Perfect 3’ on Tuesday (December 12) in Hollywood, California.

The elegance in Brittany’s Monique Lhuillier Fall 2017 gown instantly evident, but it’s the overall execution of the hair, makeup and styling that ensures this gown reached its maximum potential.

Exquisite from head-to-toe with MARLI diamond earrings, a Borgioni diamond earring, and Harry Kotlar yellow diamond ring completing her look.

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Anna Camp In Antonio Berardi – ‘Pitch Perfect 3’ LA Premiere

Anna Camp was serving up something new for the premiere of ‘Pitch Perfect 3’ on Tuesday (December 12) in Hollywood, California.

I know some of you have been aching for the actress to present something different than uber girlie gowns, so you’ll be happy to see her in this pale pink sleek and modern gown from Antonio Berardi.

I do love how the slinky, figure-skimming silhouette cuts a statuesque line, but it’s the draped cowl and unexpected detail at the back which sells this look to me.

Whether she goes girlie or modern, I’m always fan of Anna’s red carpet style as she always presents an elegant profile.

A complimentary pale-pink Edie Parker clutch completed her look.

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Martha Hunt In Adam Selman – Maxim December Issue Party

Martha Hunt may have been celebrating the ‘Maxim’ December issue in Miami Beach, Florida on Friday (December 8), but spring had clearly sprung for the model at this party.

There was nothing not sweet and summery about her frisky little Adam Selman Spring 2018 romper set that fully celebrated her long, gorgeous gams.

I like how she slightly dressed up the itty-bitty look—as much as would be possible for the cute-sexy playsuit—with the more structured red belt and matching strappy sandals.

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Sienna Miller In Proenza Schouler – ‘Phantom Thread’ New York Premiere After-Party

Sienna Miller joined Zosia Mamet for the ‘Phantom Thread’ New York premiere on Monday (December 11).

Even with the bold floral print of her Proenza Schouler Spring 2018 top and skirt, it was the intense hue of her even bolder red lip that drew me into this look.

With the asymmetrical, ruffle peplum and front-slit skirt, there was a bohemian tinge here that we naturally wouldn’t find surprising on Sienna.

Do you wish she had opted for a less chunky shoe to provide a lighter touch to finish the ensemble?

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Katie Holmes In Ralph Lauren – Hearst 100

Katie Holmes was at the Hearst 100 event alongside Gayle King on Monday (December 11) in New York City.

While her look is somewhat in the vein of classic Katie, I love how she sassed up an otherwise safe ensemble with the Ralph Lauren Collection Fall 2017 ‘Maxine’ off-the-shoulder leather jacket.

It’s just what those trousers and pumps needed—and a chic complement to her slicked-back short bob.

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Zendaya Coleman In Ralph Lauren, Marni & Chloe – Out In New York City

Both Saturday (December 9) and Monday (December 11) saw another string of New York City appearances from Zendaya Coleman, who has been busy promoting ‘The Greatest Showman’—and showing off her continued chic streak.

Empire State Building: On Saturday, she was atop the Empire State Building—and at the top of her style game, too, with this Ralph Lauren tuxedo coat worn over a Martin Grant Spring 2018 skirt that I loved for its bright, emerald hue that radiated with its jewel-toned mood. The styling was perfection, too, with her sleek bun and statement earrings—with the snow adding a cinematic touch.

Out in New York:
Her glamour waves returned with this Marni Marni Pre-Fall 2017 coat that may have fallen on deaf ears if it were not for the snappy, exploded houdstooth collar. Casadei ‘Techno Blade’ boots added another layer of sharp edginess to the dynamic look.

Out In New York: We all know Zendaya doesn’t hide from the retro vibes, and they were strong here in this Chloe Spring 2018 ensemble that was playfully fun and funky—especially when topped off with the geometric booties.

I was in love with the seasonal sophistication of the first and second look. Which one caught your eye?

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