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Sharon Stone In Valentino – 75th Annual Golden Globe Nominations Announcement

Sharon Stone joined Kristen Bell to deliver the 75th Annual Golden Globe nominations announcement on Monday (December 11) in Los Angeles, California.

The actress looked timelessly elegant in a Valentino Spring 2017 dress. I can hear many applauding her decision to wear a coordinating slip under the style as it presented a refined finish.

I loved the rich combination of the vivid red against the royal purple shoes, but would have preferred a single sole heel as the chunky platforms feel disjointed.

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Joan Smalls In Pamella Roland – ‘The Assassination Of Gianni Versace: American Crime’ New York Screening

Joan Smalls made a vivacious statement in red at the ‘The Assassination Of Gianni Versace: American Crime’ screening in New York City on Monday (December 11).

The model added some bold allure to suiting in a Pamella Roland Pre-Fall 2018 ensemble. The sheer corset with visible boning gave the trousers and jacket a sexiness.

Wearing the jacket draped off the shoulders is a styling trick we have seen a lot of, but on this occasion, I think it would have been better worn traditionally to play up the contrasting elements of the ensemble.

John Hardy jewels were the striking finishing touch.

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Zosia Mamet In Maggie Marilyn – ‘Phantom Thread’ New York Premiere

Zosia Mamet has had a number of splendid looks of late and she continued her roll at the ‘Phantom Thread’ New York premiere on Monday (December 11).

The former ‘Girls’ star wore a Maggie Marilyn Pre-Fall 2018 white dress. The puff shoulders of the ensemble balanced the nipped waist for a feminine take on the traditional double-breasted jacket.

She toughened up the look with a pair of black suede ankle boots while red lipstick provided a joyful pop of colour.

Did this ensemble win you over?

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Kristin Scott Thomas In Christian Dior – ‘Darkest Hour’ London Premiere

Kristin Scott Thomas joined Lily James at the’Darkest Hour’ London premiere on Monday (December 11).

The actress bundled up in a Christian Dior Fall 2017 ensemble which befitted the chilly temperatures at the Odeon Leicester Square.

I loved how the runway version presents a youthful edge while Kristin’s has a refined elegance from the long layers.

My inclination is that her look would have benefited from a bit of streamlined tailoring, especially in the sleeves.

Small touches aside, this plays into her wheelhouse beautifully and will leave a stronger impression than any old gown.

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Olga Kurylenko In Balmain – British Independent Film Awards 2017

Following her appearance at the Dubai International Film Festival which saw Olga Kurylenko don two Elie Saab Couture gowns, the actress was back in London for the British Independent Film Awards on Sunday (December 10).

Making lustre the operating principle of her red carpet look, Olga opted for a different style of glamour in Balmain.

Crafted with thick, textural embroidery and metal beading, I love how the fringe trims add a sassy edgy.

While we’re more used to a particular, some might say predictable, style from Olga, I think manages to pull this heavy-duty look off with great aplomb.

Do you agree?

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Dua Lipa In Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini – Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball

Like Rita Ora, Dua Lipa would’ve turned heads at the Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball on Saturday (December 9) in London.

Proving smart check trousers aren’t only for boardroom-dwellers, the singer opted for a chic and sultry look from Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini’s Fall 2017 collection.

Making this look her own by removing the harness, I totally buying into the rock n’ roll vibe of this look.

What strikes me is that this doesn’t feel like an deliberate attempt to be provocative, more a case of being bold and individual with her look.

You may remember that Sara Sampaio wore this same look to the Irving Penn Exhibition Private Viewing Hosted by Vogue back in October.

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